Gloss Versus Matte Finish

Many customers ask what is the difference between a gloss and a matte finish. Both are manufactured using the same process. The gloss or matte finish is created during the finishing of the vanity top.

Gloss Finish: 
High Sheen shiny finish, most similar to true stone. Our tops come off of the mold in a gloss finish, and get touched up using a buffer and buffing compound. This is the standard finish for our vanity tops.

Matte finish: 
Honed or Satin look, created by using industry specific sanding paper. This is similar to how solid surface tops are finished. Helps you to achieve that look at a fraction of the cost.

Vivid Colors


#10 Tranquil

#60 Hot Cocoa

#40 Crete

#20 Alloy

#55 Paper White

Marble


#85 Solid Biscuit

#185 Sterling Swirls/White

#100 Brite White

#208 White/Biscuit

#105 White/White

#265 White/Almond

#115 Mexican Sand/White

#285 White/Black*

Granite


#300 Desert

#327 Wanderlust

#350 Puraka

#365 Cappuccino

#365 Cappuccino

#415 Admiral*

#440 Parfrey's Glen

#755 Astral

#805 Egg Harbor

#305 White Sand

#330 Walnut Toffee

#351 City Scape

#351 City Scape

#370 Granola

#425 Natal

#445 Page Creek

#760 Argos

#810 Sugar Camp

#315 Pickwick

#335 Riverstone

#355 Wheat

#355 Wheat

#377 Patina*

#430 Lutsen

#455 Tagatz

#765 Shevto

#815 Kickapoo

#320 Aggregate

#348 Vintage

#360 Seashells

#360 Seashells

#395 Papyrus

#435 Arenal

#745 Element

#785 Sundance

#820 Rogue

*Not available in a matte finish