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Hand-glazed Cosmopolitan tiles from Tile Source.

Stone Counters & Copper Sinks

by Arts and Crafts Editor on July 23, 2012

in Art + Craft

ABOVE: Hand-glazed Cosmopolitan tiles from Tile Source.

The editors’ selection of beautiful and practical countertops, sinks, and backsplashes for your Craftsman kitchen renovation.

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Ashfield Stone

Ashfield Stone

MOVEMENT IN THE STONE Uniquely sourced in the Massachusetts Berkshires, Galaxy has a fluid, rhythmic pattern that has been likened to wind-whipped ripples on water. Available in polished or satin finishes, a 1 1/4″-thick slab is $80 per square foot. From Ashfield Stone, (413) 628-4773, ashfieldstone.com


Premier Copper Products

Premier Copper Products

DOUBLE THE COPPER The 33″ hammered copper 50/50 sink features a unique scroll design on its apron front. Each of its double basins is identical in size, measuring 15″ x 19″. Both basins are 9″ deep. In oil-rubbed bronze, the sink retails for $2,499. From Premier Copper Products, (602) 476-7332, premiercopperproducts.com


Tile Source

Tile Source

SATURATED COLORS Lustrous, hand-glazed Cosmopolitan tiles from the Residence line are formed on a undulant, rustic base. Shown in blackberry and truffle, “half” tiles come in 25 luminous colors. They retail for $21.89 per square foot. From Tile Source, (843) 681-4034, tile-source.com


Bendheim Cabinet Glass

Bendheim Cabinet Glass

SPLASH WITH GLASS Tempered color-coated glass for backsplashes is available in a wide range of textures and a spectrum of colors. Four times stronger than regular annealed glass, the heat-resistant, VOC-free glass is about $35 to $40 per square foot before shipping and installation. Bendheim, (800) 221-7379, bendheimcabinetglass.com


Grothouse Lumber Company

Grothouse Lumber Company

GREEN THAT ENDURES This lustrous sapele mahogany countertop is from company known for its use of Forestry Stewardship Council-certified woods and Durata, a low-maintenance finish that doesn’t stain or show water rings. A 1 3/4″ thick counter costs about $120 per square foot. From Grothouse Lumber Company, (877) 268-5412, glumber.com


Vermont Soapstone

Vermont Soapstone

AGELESS BEAUTY The timeless look and unique soft texture of soapstone enhances every design style. Soapstone is impervious to chemicals, acid and water, making it an ideal material for sinks and counters. The company uses only premium slabs to custom craft sinks, which start at $405. From Vermont Soapstone, (800) 284-5404, vermontsoapstone.com


Wilsonart International

Wilsonart International

LAMINATE NOT GRANITE Madura has the look, varied coloration and movement of prized materials like marble and granite, but the durable and versatile laminate costs far less. Prices range from about $2 to $3 per square foot. From Wilsonart International, (800) 433-3222, wilsonart.com

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