Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center is your source for custom countertops in Bel Air, Maryland and surrounding areas. We can help you update all the countertops in your home with new, high quality products or provide full kitchen and bathroom remodeling services complete with picture-perfect countertops for enhanced style and functionality. Whatever your needs, we have the materials, finishes, and expertise to help you get the most of your project.
To schedule an appointment at our Bel Air showroom, contact us online or call 800-282-8656 today.
Custom Countertop Design
We specialize in countertop design for kitchens and bathrooms throughout Bel Air, MD. Based on the size of your space and your design goals, we can help you create a countertop design to meet all your needs for:
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Our countertops are built from only the finest materials to meet your demands in the kitchen and in the bathroom. Consider your options:
Granite countertops offer an elegant, sophisticated aesthetic popular in traditional kitchen designs. This is a somewhat expensive choice, but its beauty, durability, and scratch-resistant qualities make it worth the cost, particularly for those who like to cook.
Quartz countertops are built from engineered stone that’s nonporous, scratch-resistant, and low-maintenance. This is an increasingly popular option and is available in a wide variety of colors.
Corian® countertops from The DuPont Corian® line of solid surface countertops are made from acrylic, a material that’s easy to form into different shapes and sizes to accomplish nearly any design goal. These types of countertops are nonporous, scratch-resistant, and inhibit mold growth.
Marble countertops offer a sleek, elegant look that’s particularly appealing in bathrooms. However, it does tend to be expensive, making it best in smaller applications.
Laminate countertops are built from synthetics and finished on the ends. A relatively inexpensive countertop choice for Bel Air, MD homes, laminate is easy to clean and available in a variety of colors. Scratches, however, can be difficult to repair. Formica countertops are an especially popular laminate option.
Ceramic tile countertops also tend to be inexpensive and are offered in almost any pattern or color. They’re easy to clean and quite durable, provided they receive regular maintenance.
Wood countertops, also known as butcher block countertops, are often used to create a warm, classic look in traditional kitchen designs. They can be sanded and resealed multiple times, but be careful when you cook—wood and water don’t mix!
Soapstone countertops were originally used in historic homes but are once again gaining popularity in the home. Soapstone has a deep, rich color and luxurious, smooth texture that’s attractive in nearly any design, though routine maintenance is necessary to retain the look you love.