Kitchen Countertops

Our Kitchen Countertops

We’re proud to provide design-coordinated surfacing solutions. Isla Kitchens is happy to help you enhance the functionality and aesthetics of your kitchen. We’re experienced in crafting the perfect kitchen countertops for our clients but also have a long list of professionals to depend on if necessary.

We specialise in made-to-order Kitchens, so can expertly craft kitchen countertops in any size required, in any shape or in any Colour. All Isla Kitchens countertops are custom-made to individual specifications and expertly manufactured at a very affordable price.

The kitchen countertop is the most visible and often most spectacular part of the new kitchen. Often made in natural stone such as marble or granite, this is the part of the work that gives a unique and natural effect. Our materials give the counter a cold touch and unique design.

Countertops for kitchens

Types of Kitchen Countertops

Isla Kitchens work with a variety of materials depending on our client’s wishes. Some of the most popular materials include Granite, Quartz and Marble. 

Granite Countertops

If you’re looking for a popular choice of countertop, look no further. Granite kitchen countertops are one of the hardest materials on earth and an all-time favourite when it comes to kitchen surfaces. Our Granite is 100% natural and we make sure it is environmentally sourced. It also comes with a polished gloss surface and is heat and scratch-resistant. Rest assured, the impact resistance of Granite is second to none. 

Quartz Countertops

Quartz worktops are just as good as granite and they have amazing hard wearing attributes. Quartz also has the added advantage of being available in a much larger array of colours to suit any design style. 

Marble Countertops

Marble is simply beautiful and has many nice and gorgeous colours in white, pink, yellow and green. We do advise you to think about your choice for the countertop as a kitchen is a practical space where you can work with acids, alcohol and sauces. They can easily stain the marble so a better choice may be granite or quartz.