Finishes, Edges, and Sinks
Your choices don’t end with the material and colour of your kitchen worktops. We offer a range of finishes, edges, and sinks which can be utilised to perfectly complement your chosen worktops.
There are three different finishes available with our granite worktops, depending on the overall style you wish to achieve. Polished is the most popular, providing a high gloss shine and deeper tones. We also offer a honed finish, which provides an older, aged look. Then we have antiqued, which provides an undulating, raised finish.
You can also choose one of the edge profiles we offer for granite worktops, with options ranging from Chamfer, Pencil Rounded, and Demi-Bullnose to Ogee. Lastly, you can choose a sink to be installed with your worktops, with our options including Inset, Under Mounted, Belfast/Butler, and Silestone Integrity One & Duo.
We can also provide quartz worktops in Gloucestershire for commercial clients too. Our experienced and highly skilled team have worked on numerous commercial projects over the years, leading to many bespoke installations and satisfied clients.
We can work on a wide range of commercial requirements, from hotels and bars, cruise ships, and yachts to healthcare premises, restaurants, and leisure facilities. Every product is custom made bespoke to individual client requirements, but we always achieve the highest standard of result.
Upstands and Splash Backs
No kitchen would be complete without the right upstands and splash backs, and we can supply these here at Change of Style Granite & Stone Ltd. We can design your upstands and splash backs to perfectly match your chosen quartz worktops, Gloucestershire clients.
Upstands are used to create a border around the kitchen wall, making it easy to wipe down. They are placed at the back of a worktop, where the worktop surface and wall meet. These can be manufactured in a range of materials and colours to match your kitchen design, including granite and quartz.
Splash backs enhance the aesthetics of your kitchen and help with maintenance. They provide a continuous run of the worktop colour and design up your kitchen wall, creating a seamless finish. These are used alongside upstands or on their own and are most commonly placed behind a cooker or hob. They can be manufactured in a variety of materials, but glass is often popular as they are tolerant to heat.