December 12, 2019 3:48 pm
The natural beauty of Progressive Countertop’s Lennon Granite is complimented by the trees and greenery outside this kitchen’s large windows.
This design by Wilf from Dynamic Designs features Progressive Countertop’s Coarse Pepper Quartz and Lennon Granite in a sleek, contemporary style.
A close up showing Coral Gold granite.
Displayed here is Suede Brown granite on the perimeter counters with an undermount graphite sink.
The rich and eye-catching counter tops shown here are Suede Brown granite from Progressive Countertop.
This granite combination of two different stones is a great example of how to pair a vibrant design with a softer one. Coral Gold and Suede Brown granite was used.
This lovely kitchen makeover shows how to combine multiple surface styles such as wood, granite and quartz.
This kitchen is infused with luxury and character – this design rejects the monochromatic trend without sacrificing elegance or simplicity.
This bright and airy kitchen design features a quartzite counter in the colour Fantasy Brown.
This luxurious basement wet bar features a stunning granite counter in the colour Alaska White.
This natural Cygnus granite counter from Progressive Countertop has plenty of texture, nuance and shine.
The textured surface of this gorgeous Cygnus Granite countertop plays an optical illusion.
This Caesarstone Quartz counter in the colour Shitake brings a bright and warm feel to this kitchen.
Silky white, translucent grays and hints of beige come together in these Alaska White Granite counter tops and kitchen island.
Alaska White Granite is neutral yet versatile – note the interesting detail the owner chose for the corners of their island.
This Silver Supreme Granite island by Progressive Countertop is completed with a beautiful under ount graphite-coloured sink.
This kitchen showcases two workspaces and matching Silver Supreme Granite counter tops by Progressive Countertop.
We love the flowing lines in this Maui Granite kitchen island from Progressive Countertop.
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