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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

Since a lot of the higher-level surface area in your kitchen is a countertop, you’ll want to make sure it’s one you’re proud of and like to look at. Select the right countertop for your kitchen and kitchen island with our Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide. It’ll help you compare the differences among laminate countertops and other surface styles like solid surface, granite and quartz. Looking for a strong, durable kitchen countertop? Shop our selection of concrete countertops, corian countertops, soapstone countertops, tile countertops, marble countertops, black granite countertops, copper countertops and stainless steel countertops. Like the wooden look? Browse our butcher-block countertops. We also have recycled glass countertops and glass countertops to give your kitchen a unique look. Want to go with the classic quartz? But countertops aren’t only for the kitchen. You can also find the perfect bathroom countertop at Lowe’s. We have kitchen sinks, kitchen faucets, kitchen cabinets, trash compactors and garbage disposals for you to choose from to accompany your countertops. Imagine, an apron sink with a stylish KOHLER faucet paired with your sleek countertops. Finally, you have the kitchen you’ve always wanted. Install a kitchen backsplash and wainscoting, and get inspiration to help further spruce up your surface space.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

Lowe’s Is Your One-Stop Shop for Countertops Since a lot of the higher-level surface area in your kitchen is a countertop, you’ll want to make sure it’s one you’re proud of and like to look at. Select the right countertop for your kitchen and kitchen island with our Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide. It’ll help you compare the differences among laminate countertops and other surface styles like solid surface, granite and quartz. Looking for a strong, durable kitchen countertop? Shop our selection of concrete countertops, corian countertops, soapstone countertops, tile countertops, marble countertops, black granite countertops, copper countertops and stainless steel countertops. Like the wooden look? Browse our butcher-block countertops. We also have recycled glass countertops and glass countertops to give your kitchen a unique look. Want to go with the classic quartz? But countertops aren’t only for the kitchen. You can also find the perfect bathroom countertop at Lowe’s. We have kitchen sinks, kitchen faucets, kitchen cabinets, trash compactors and garbage disposals for you to choose from to accompany your countertops. Imagine, an apron sink with a stylish KOHLER faucet paired with your sleek countertops. Finally, you have the kitchen you’ve always wanted. Install a kitchen backsplash and wainscoting, and get inspiration to help further spruce up your surface space.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

Capitalize on Your Kitchen at Lowe’s At Lowe’s, we know kitchens aren’t just for cooking. Let us help you turn your most important room in the house into a comfortable, social gathering spot for friends and family. From kitchen cabinets, cabinet doors, cabinet hardware, kitchen sinks, kitchen organization, kitchen faucets, backsplashes, flooring, countertops and French door refrigerators to water filtration systems, ENERGY STAR® certified appliances and furniture, we have everything you need to turn mealtime into magic. You’ll love the look of white kitchen cabinets with your granite countertops, butcher-block countertops or quartz countertops. You’ll be smitten by the functionality of an apron sink or the sleek look of stainless steel faucets against your kitchen backsplash. Browse our kitchen collections to find a perfect country kitchen sinks or modern state-of-the-art kitchen. Find your kitchen tile like subway tile or tile flooring. Lowe’s has everything you need from outdoor kitchen help and kitchen island ideas to small kitchen ideas. Make sure to browse our how-to library for kitchen ideas and inspiration.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

At Lowe’s, we know kitchens aren’t just for cooking. Let us help you turn your most important room in the house into a comfortable, social gathering spot for friends and family. From kitchen cabinets, cabinet doors, cabinet hardware, kitchen sinks, kitchen organization, kitchen faucets, backsplashes, flooring, countertops and French door refrigerators to water filtration systems, ENERGY STAR® certified appliances and furniture, we have everything you need to turn mealtime into magic. You’ll love the look of white kitchen cabinets with your granite countertops, butcher-block countertops or quartz countertops. You’ll be smitten by the functionality of an apron sink or the sleek look of stainless steel faucets against your kitchen backsplash. Browse our kitchen collections to find a perfect country kitchen sinks or modern state-of-the-art kitchen. Find your kitchen tile like subway tile or tile flooring. Lowe’s has everything you need from outdoor kitchen help and kitchen island ideas to small kitchen ideas. Make sure to browse our how-to library for kitchen ideas and inspiration.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

The kitchen is one of the most popular rooms to renovate because it yields a high return on investment. Any money you spend on a kitchen renovation is money you can expect to see back in higher resale values. So, whether you’re building a new kitchen, renovating an existing kitchen or making a few updates, you’re making a sound decision. The average cost for a kitchen renovation depends on many factors — including the size of the kitchen, the quality of the materials and the complexity of the job. Comparing quotes from kitchen remodelers can give you a good idea of your labor costs and help you with your planning. On This Page:Kitchen Renovation Cost EstimatesKitchen Cabinet Costs and ConsiderationsCountertopsFlooringAppliancesPlumbingElectrical PlanTop Kitchen Budget ConsiderationsCheap Kitchen Renovation Ideas
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

Going with standard sizes almost always will save you money.The standard height for kitchen base cabinets is 34.5″, with counters between 1.5 and 2″ thick. Upper cabinets are 30″ high, with those over refrigerators shorter, usually 12-15″. The depth for kitchen base cabinets is generally 24″, with a counter overhang between 1 and 2″, with the standard counter being 25.5″ deep. Standard widths are the least standard, with sizes starting around 9″ and expanding in 3-inch increments to 60″. Keep in mind that 2 modules can be put together to expand the width. Going with standards sizes may sound like you’re going generic. That’s not necessarily true. You can still make your cabinets distinctive. Drawer pulls and hinges, for instance, come in many, many styles. Browse salvage stores. Shop online. Chances are, you’ll find something unusual that fits your style. Because the prices jump significantly when you move to custom installations, you should have a good reason for going that route, and, actually, there could be several. One might be the eccentricity of your room’s size or shape. Maybe your kitchen cabinets or bathroom ones has an odd configuration, and the standard cabinets just won’t fit. One size does not fit all, and that also applies to styles and materials. Although big box stores can offer a nice variety of styles and materials, they might not have exactly what you want, and when you’re shelling out big money, maybe you should get exactly what you want. That’s the kind of freedom custom offers. The options expand to almost limitless in terms of size, shape, kinds of wood or other materials, finishes, trims, accents and hardware.Working with a custom carpenter, you can create a truly unique piece, something that’s as much art as furniture.You Can Update By Refacing or ResurfacingIf you like where your cabinets are located and you like their size and shape, you might consider cabinet refacing. Refacing is the process of replacing doors and drawer fronts, while veneering the cabinet boxes. The basic refacing project consists of installing new cabinet door and drawer fronts and covering the exposed face frames of the cabinets with a matching wood or plastic veneer. The layout and structure of your cabinets stay the same; they’re just freshened up with a new, updated look – at a fraction of the cost of replacement. An even thriftier option is resurfacing. Re-coating or repainting a tired cabinet might make a surprising difference in the look of the room. Here’s a project you may consider for a DIY.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

The options can make your head spin: stone, tile, concrete, marble, butcher block, stainless steel, recycled glass, Formica, Corian–the list goes on and on. Commonly used kitchen countertop materials range from low to moderately priced laminate and Formica, to higher priced granite or quartz, to solid surfaces such as Corian. Stainless steel and butcher block are also popular higher-priced kitchen countertop options.
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Kitchen Cabinet Countertop

If you like where your cabinets are located and you like their size and shape, you might consider cabinet refacing. Refacing is the process of replacing doors and drawer fronts, while veneering the cabinet boxes. The basic refacing project consists of installing new cabinet door and drawer fronts and covering the exposed face frames of the cabinets with a matching wood or plastic veneer. The layout and structure of your cabinets stay the same; they’re just freshened up with a new, updated look – at a fraction of the cost of replacement. An even thriftier option is resurfacing. Re-coating or repainting a tired cabinet might make a surprising difference in the look of the room. Here’s a project you may consider for a DIY.
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If hardwood cabinets are out of the question, or if your old cabinets just need a new look, cabinet refacing or resurfacing can be an affordable option. By leaving the location of your cabinets unchanged and simply refacing the existing cabinetry, you will negate the need for demolition and new installation. Your project costs will therefore be considerably lower than if you were to tear out the old kitchen cabinets and replace them with new. Return to TopKitchen Countertop ChoicesPercent of budget: 10%

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