You’re sure to find something you’ll love in our custom countertop showroom.
Installing custom countertops in your home is an excellent investment, but finding a custom countertop showroom where you can view options and talk with a professional in person can be challenging. Many sellers only carry a few options in-house, making it difficult to find the best possible choice. When you need access to a custom countertop showroom that houses a huge selection of countertop options, turn to us at Rolling Stone Granite Tennessee.
Our inventory includes the following:
- Granite – This stone has been a hugely popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms for years due to its durability and range of colors and patterns. With proper sealing, granite countertops make a lasting addition to any kitchen or bathroom.
- Quartz – Since quartz countertops are man-made, finding a look that compliments the space they’ll go in is easy. They’re also nonporous and don’t need to be sealed like other countertops often do.
- Marble – Having marble countertops in your home is the ultimate luxury, with their delicate veining and ability to bring elegance to a room. Marble countertops tend to require more attention than other options, but with the right care, they last for years.
- Quartzite – As natural stone goes, it’s hard to find a more durable option than quartzite. Its simple veining is often mistaken for marble, making it appealing for those who want an elegant look but need more durability.
Our custom countertop showroom is located not too far from Huntsville, Alabama. Please don’t hesitate to come and view our vast selection of gorgeous stone countertops or set up an appointment with a member of our team who can help you bring your vision for your countertops to life. Contact us today to get started.
At Rolling Stone Granite Tennessee, our custom countertop showroom serves visitors from Chattanooga, Cleveland, Knoxville, Winchester, Tullahoma, Oakridge, Dayton, and Maryville, Tennessee; Decatur, Huntsville, Scottsboro, and Fort Payne, Alabama; and Rome, Dalton, Calhoun, Marietta, and Athens, Georgia.