Stone Creations Archives - Flagstaff Design Center

Latest Counter top Kitchen Project

On December 6th, 2014, posted in: Kitchen Remodel, Projects by 0 Comment

I would like to present to you one of Northern Arizona Stone Creations most recent counter top projects. This is beautiful Flagstaff home near Buffalo Park. The counter top has been update from laminate to granite. Here is an overview of the space with Cafe Creme granite counter tops. The Cafe Creme granite is calming..

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Mixing up countertop materials!

On August 15th, 2014, posted in: beautiful, Granite, ideas, Latest News by 0 Comment

Some of customers tend to fall in love with one material to use for all of their counter tops and some choose a unique mixture of materials to spice up any mundane kitchen. Here are inspiring images of transitional  kitchens that use different counter top materials throughout the kitchen. Contemporary Kitchen by Winnipeg Home Builders Maric Homes For..

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Marble alternatives with minimal maintenance!

On June 17th, 2014, posted in: Latest News by 0 Comment

Quartz products are developing to look more like natural marble but without the hassle of the surface etching, scratching, staining or having a patina over time. Multiple quartz manufacturers are inspired by the beauty of marble and have created products that look similar to natural marble. Here are some examples of the natural marble and..

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Fall into the unique beauty of Quartzite!

On June 13th, 2014, posted in: Latest News by 0 Comment

Quartzite is a naturally beautiful stone that is created through intense pressure and heat of sandstone and quartz in areas such as Brazil and India. The stone in naturally harder than granite because it contains more quartz material pressurized with sandstone. On the Mohs scale, quartzite is a 7, with 10 being the hardest, while..

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How to care for your Stone Countertops

On May 23rd, 2014, posted in: Granite, Latest News by 0 Comment

Quartz Surfaces: Are comprised of 93% natural quartz offering the ultimate combination of form and function, allowing for a diverse, durable, and practical counter top surfacing material. Quartz surfaces are most scratch, stain, and scorch resistant than stone or solid surfaces. Quartz Care and Maintenance: The hard, nonporous surface makes quartz simple to clean. In..

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Beautiful Contemporary Home, Flagstaff

Admittedly, contemporary design is not abundant in Flagstaff, a town where quaintness and rusticity can be found around almost every corner. Therefore, it can be refreshing to see minimal lines, clean light, and soft colors in residential design. It stands in contrast to the surrounding wild landscape and the charm of typical Flagstaff decor. Please..

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Recent Kitchen Remodels

It’s been a busy summer at the Flagstaff Design Center. Check out these recent kitchen remodels: one, a rustic cabin home in Parks, the other, a home in Sedona.       This cabin home saw an update with new Golden Crystal Granite finished with a chiseled edge, and the addition of a Blanco composite..

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Before & After: A Kitchen Story

Are you considering a remodel or looking for some inspirational images for a future project? Either way, check out one of our recent kitchen designs for tips and tricks! The Existing Design Problems: Our client desired an updated kitchen with granite counter-tops for aesthetic and functional reasons (no grout lines to clean!), and updated storage..

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The Little Island That Could

Once upon a time, about five years ago to be specific, Stone Creations created countertops for a  residential kitchen in one of Flagstaff’s local golf communities. It involved Espirito Santo granite from Arizona Tile, which spanned along the perimeter cabinets of the kitchen. On the center island, butcher block was placed to create a designated..

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Types of Tops for Your Counter Top!

So you want to get new counter tops, but you’re confused as to what kind will be best for you. There are four main options to chose from and which of those that will work best for you all depend on your preferences of durability, aesthetics, and place of use.   Laminate Unfortunately, laminate counter..

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