Kitchen Counter Surface Materials

There are more choices for kitchen countertops than ever before. Depending on how and where the countertop will be used, will determine which product is best for your project. The three countertop categories: Natural Quartz Surfaces, Natural Stone, and other materials links can help you determine which countertop material is right for you.


For years, granite had been the designer’s choice for countertops. Now, with the availability of Natural Quartz Surfaces, everything has changed. Quartz Surfaces offer the best value in countertops today, and are available in a variety of patterns, colors and edge details. Quartz Surfaces are produced using the Breton Process, which takes a 93% quartz and 7% resin mixture, and forms it into a slab that is at once stronger and more flexible than granite, with the same feel you expect from natural stone. Most importantly, Quartz Surfaces are non-porous, which makes them almost impossible to stain.

The following are JB Stevens Interiors  trusted manufacturers of Quartz Surfaces:



  • 40 Different Colors
  • 8 Colors Include Recycled Material
  • Produced in Israel



  • 90 Colors Available
  • Leather and Volcano Textures Available
  • Produced in Spain



  • The Only Natural Quartz Surface Produced in the USA
  • 100 Different Colors
  • Many Colors With Natural Movement



  • A manufactured solid surface material
  • Antibacterial
  • Hard wearing, highly resistant, and  easy to repair
  • Requires minimum maintenance
  • Easy to clean



  • Lightweight
  • Resistent to scratches and high temperatures
  • Easy to clean
  • Hygenic
  • 100% natural
  • UV resistance



  • Low Maintanence
  • Flexible strength
  • Non-Porous
  • Scratch and stain resistant
  • Magnificent color stability



JB Stevens Interiors  has a full offering of natural stone. Included under the heading of Natural stone:

  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Quartzite