Cabinets & countertops


How to choose cabinets and countertops

At Luke Van Camp's Floors & More we’re about more than floors. Each room element works together to create a stunning final result, including the cabinet, countertop, appliances, accessories, and flooring. It only makes sense that we’re not just about flooring. We’re also a cabinet retailer, so consider us your one-stop shopping source for all your remodeling needs.

Kitchen countertops change everything

One of the questions we hear is whether a kitchen can be remodeled without breaking down walls, changing layouts, or moving gas and electrical lines. Enter the countertop. It’s more than a place to prepare food and house small appliances; it determines a kitchen's proportion, scale, and color. Countertops can either make a strong design statement and become the room's focal point or offer a quiet, subtle, serene atmosphere. They’re available in many materials, but there are ten most popular ones. Granite is elegant, durable while soapstone has a smooth, silky feeling and a deep color that gives the kitchen an antique look. Marble has a unique veining with no two slabs ever being alike and quartz incomes in various colors and veining options. Solid surfacing is a marble-like product available in many colors. Other popular choices include tile, affordable, durable, easy to clean, and highly designed. Laminates are inexpensive and now available in many design options. Wood and butcher block offers a charming country feeling. Stainless steel has a modern industrial look like concrete, another popular counter material that can also be tinted in many colors.



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Bathroom cabinets and sinks go hand-in-hand

The bathroom cabinet (vanity) usually includes a countertop, sink, and a place to store toiletries. There are six basic cabinets: free-standing, pedestal, floating, vessel, undermount sink, and cabinet. It’s important to consider all of the components, especially the sink when choosing a vanity because not everything will work together.

For instance, the classic pedestal sink can be either floor or wall mounted. The pedestal sink, combined with a cantilever cabinet, is an especially good bathroom choice with limited space. Only the floor-mounted pedestal, however, works here. The vessel sink creates a unique vanity, but it requires both a special faucet and a drain system. Also, under-mounted sinks cannot be installed with cabinets that have either plastic laminate or tile countertops.

When shopping for bathroom cabinets or countertops in Tallahassee, FL, Thomasville, GA, Crawfordville, FL, Woodville, FL, and Havana, FL let our designers guide you. The Luke Van Camp's Floors & More showroom in Tallahassee, FL. We also offer virtual design consultations. Come in for your free quote on cabinets and countertops today.