622 Lovejoy Rd. NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
office: (850) 243-8111
Artistic Stoneworks is a full service Kitchen and Bath Company serving Fort Walton Beach, Destin, Santa Rosa Beach, Okaloosa County, Walton County, and the entire 30-A corridor since 2003. We are truly a "one-stop" shopping experience for your granite, marble, and cabinetry needs.
Whether you are designing a new project or remodeling, we have the right products for every application and budget. Our experienced designers can make each creation unique and a true reflection of your lifestyle.
At Artistic Stone Works and The Cabinet Showroom, creativity is our specialty. We use state of technology to fabricate the highest quality countertops and offer cabinets from several companies. From traditional style to contemporary, the options are endless.
After finalizing the design and selecting products, our expert staff manages the project, and our skilled team of craftsmen deliver the installation. Our attention to detail, integrity, and personalized service ease the transition from design to construction.
We invite you to be inspired at our showroom in Fort Walton Beach where you can view full size kitchen and bath displays.
622 Lovejoy Rd. NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
office: (850) 243-8111
At Artistic Stone Works Inc. our extensive inventory of countertop surfaces ensures builders and home owners will find a custom made countertop for any design and budget.
Our stone fabrication facility is one of the largest in northwest Florida. Our facility uses the latest in CNC automated technology which allows us to cut lead times and produce the highest quality countertops in the area.
Our experienced staff, including three designers can help you create a truly personalized project for your home. Rest assured that each project comes with our full guarantee of quality products and workmanship.
Artistic Stone Works carries an extensive line of Sterling, Moen, and Gerber brand kitchen, wet bar, and vanity sinks. Additionally, we stock exceptionally well-made stylish faucets and related kitchen and bath accessories that are beautiful inside and out.
The sink is the most utilized appliance in the kitchen and there are many factors to consider when selecting the right sink for your lifestyle. Below is a listing of some features to consider when purchasing a kitchen sink.
Excellent balance of cost, durability, and ease of cleaning
Higher quality stainless steel sinks are made of 18 or 16 grade or thicker steel to prevent dents and scratches and reduce noise
Brushed satin finishes tend to hide water spots and scratches
Layer of enamel provides a hard, durable surface with a smooth, glass-like finish that makes it easy to clean
Made of a mixture of materials to provide a sturdy, low-maintenance surface
Available in a range of colors and prices
Composites with high granite content are especially durable
High durable metal that does not rush or tarnish
Surface takes on an aged patina over time
Number of Sink Bowls:
Deciding how many bowls you need is best determined by the size of your kitchen and your typical activities.
Offers plenty of space for large-diameter dishes and oversized pots
Provides foom for separate tasks such as washing and rinsing dishes, food preparation, and cleanup.
Features a small third bowl between the double bowls for use as a prep sink
Specialty Sinks and Features:
Secondary sinks and features provide added convenience in large kitchens
Bar sinks add convenience for rooms away from kitchen used for entertaining
Apron sinks, also known as farmhouse sinks, feature a wide base and deep basin for easier cleaning of large posts and pans. These sinks feature an exposed front that drops down in front of the sink.
Corner sinks are a popular solution for U or L shaped counters. Placing the sink in the corner can increase efficiency and saves space.
Sinks with rear or offset drain positions feature pipes at the back of the unit, creating more cabinet space underneath for your trash can, cleaning supplies, or other items.
The Cabinet Showroom is a full service Kitchen and Bath Showroom offering a one stop shopping experience.
We design and install quality custom cabinets for all types of business, commercial, multi unit, and residential applications. We have the product for you project and budget.
Our designers, artisans and installers are among the best on the Emerald Coast. We can make your dream kitchen, bath or other inspiration a reality. By visiting our showroom you can personally experience the level of kitchen and bath design, custom cabinetry, countertops we provide. Our showroom is here to help stir your imagination, see what’s possible and aid in the overall design process.
Tempting though it is to choose a countertop based on looks alone, a material's durability, maintenance and, of course, cost are also important factors to consider when making a selection for a kitchen countertop.
Granite, the top choice in countertops, is available in a variety of shades such as blacks, whites, greens, corals and beiges, and no two pieces are exactly the same. Granite is available in two finishes. A polished finish results in a shiny look and often darkens the appearance of the stone, while honing is soft and matte. Costs for granite depend on many variables, including color, finish and origin of the stone.
Other natural stone materials, like marble, limestone and soapstone, are softer than granite and require delicate use and greater care. All stone countertops must be sealed periodically.
Engineered stone countertops come in a wider variety of colors than natural stone countertops, are more durable and are a cinch to maintain. However, engineered stone won't save any money over granite: the two materials cost roughly the same.
Solid surface countertops have a lot of appeal. They come in countless colors, are seamless, resist stains and scratches can be buffed out. One word of caution, though: Hot pans can damage solid-surface countertops.
Concrete countertops, which can be completely customized with pigments, are gaining popularity. Concrete is available in several different finishes: trowel (smooth), ground (sanded to expose the sand aggregate) and pressed (a tool is used to reveal marble-like veining). Extreme or abrupt changes in temperature may cause concrete to warp or curl, damp sponges left on the counter can cause discoloration and acidic spills may etch the surface. To keep a concrete countertop looking its best, it's advisable to seal them up to four times per year and wax with a paste every two to three months.
Wood countertops, like butcher block, instantly warm up a kitchen. They are easy to clean and any scratches can be sanded out. Water damages butcher block quite easily, though, so wood countertops must be oiled frequently to seal the surface.
Laminate is the most affordable countertop material on the market and comes in an array of colors and designs. Laminate can scorch if a hot pan touches the surface and has a reputation for scratching easily.
Countertop Edge Details:
Square edges are standard on most countertops, but decorative edges like radius, bullnose, bevel, egg and ogee — while a bit more expensive — are another way to customize a kitchen.
Mix and match:
Can't decide on just one material? Then mix and match surfaces. We often use a different material on islands than the rest of the countertops to differentiate the space. Another option is to inset another material into a countertop for specific tasks. Butcher block is common for chopping as is marble for baking.
Before making a decision on countertop material, see the surface in person, whether that means visiting our showroom or viewing samples in-home.
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