We work with many clients in the process of selling their home. They know that they have to update the kitchen, but need to do it on a budget. The most cost-effective way is to replace the kitchen countertops and update the cabinet hardware.
So, when choosing granite countertops or even quartz, you need to stay as neutral as possible. Make sure to choose a countertop that is with the current trends, but not too trendy. Classic is always best. For instance, even during the cherry cabinet and glazing craze of the early 2000s, white kitchens remained timeless.
Also, remember to stick to the style of your home. If you are selling a 4-side brick traditional home, stay traditional or transitional with the overall kitchen design. You want your kitchen update to appeal to a larger audience. You can get creative with the next home you buy.

Below is a list of our top colors in 2020 for reselling your home:

Granite Countertops

Granite countertops are still a mainstay when renovating a home for resell. They offer many neutral colors that are a great option particularly for traditional kitchens.

  • Fawn: A granite color that has been around for awhile. Fawn is still very popular due to the price and neutral color tones. This countertop also works well with almost any cabinet color.
  • Vail White: Vail White Granite features a Dalmatian-Esque look, with onyx and graphite overlaying a pale, pearly backdrop.
  • Haverhill: Haverhill Granite from Brazil is a durable polished slab granite of whites and gray with medium variation.
  • Graphite: This offers shades of gray tones and is a great contrast to white cabinetry.

Vail White Granite

Quartz Countertops

Transitional design is still very popular. If you are looking for cleaner lines in your kitchen, than quartz countertops are a great choice.

  • Churchill Honed: Churchill Honed Quartz has long, delicate white veins that add subtly detail to this beautifully neutral slate-gray.
  • Regal Statuary: Exquisite and unique, Regal Statuary Quartz stuns the senses with its clean whites and striking through-body veining.
  • Allure: Allure Quartz has a warm white background and soft gold clouds and veins that evoke a sensible chic design sure to garner attention.
  • Concrete: Concrete Quartz offers the visual appeal of natural stone, but the low maintenance and durability of quartz. Mid-tone grays are highlighted with subtle specks and veins that add interest and depth to any design.

Churchill Honed Quartz

(Please keep in mind that these color options can have different names. We can assist you with finding the countertop color you are looking for!)