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Unique kitchen worktops

At Surrey Marble and Granite, we design unique kitchen worktops for family homes across the South of England. Every kitchen is different, just as every family is different. By creating bespoke marble and granite worktops in our workshop, we’re able to fit a stunning worktop into any space, easily handling oddly shaped rooms, preserving period features and maintaining the character of your home. By putting you in control of the design process, we can give you the kitchen worktop of your dreams in just a few short weeks.

Any shape you can imagine

Granite V Quartz
You may think that kitchen worktops are fairly standard, and it’s true that as cabinets tend to come in fixed sizes most worktops do too. However, sticking with the standard shape and size isn’t a requirement – we can create a unique granite kitchen worktop to refresh an old Surrey home or design an unusual shaped counter for a Sussex new build. Make the most of your space by using curved counters, cut aways and overhangs to create an unusual and beautiful kitchen.

Designed for your kitchen

Every kitchen has its own quirks, which is why you need your stone worktop to be designed and fitted to suit your space. As expert stone workers, the Surrey Marble and Granite team offer bespoke quartz, limestone, marble and granite worktops for both domestic and commercial properties. A professional on-site fitting and a unique template comes as part of our standard package. This attention to detail ensures that your marble or granite worktop will fit into your kitchen with millimetre precision. Stone cannot be trimmed or sanded down on site, so this fitting process is an essential part of our quality control.

Bespoke kitchen islands

While kitchen worktops tend to be a standard depth, kitchen islands can be almost any shape or size. As they’re often the visual focus of the kitchen special attention is required when designing an island or breakfast bar. As well as providing space for preparing meals, a kitchen island may be used for eating, relaxing or helping kids with their homework. It may have storage, a sink or other appliances or even be on wheels. Whatever your family needs, we can create the stone worktop to match. As we cut and shape stone in our Surrey workshop, if you’re looking for a curved granite worktop, a marble triangle, a limestone oval or some other shape entirely, we can help.

Shelves, side tables and other items

It’s the little touches that really wrap up a design. As we do all our own stone cutting, shaping and polishing in our workshop, at Surrey Marble and Granite we’re able to cut and fit stone shelves, window ledges, table tops and other items. In many cases, we can use the offcuts from your main slab to create beautiful accessories that add a glamorous finishing touch to your kitchen.

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