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We love these suggestions for choosing the right backsplash to complement your countertop material. http://ow.ly/rf1pV
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hi, what do you think about ATC cnc machine for countertops?
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Are you guilty of any of the kitchen design mistakes mentioned in this article? http://ow.ly/rf15y
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Take a look at this kitchen, completed in imperial white Lazy Granite tiles. Instead of using grout, this customer used epoxy to join all of the tiles. The result looks almost like a slab granite kitchen countertop! View the full gallery here: http://ow.ly/r61YP
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Take a look at this kitchen, completed in imperial white Lazy Granite tiles. Instead of using grout, this customer used epoxy to join all of the tiles. The result looks almost like a slab granite kitchen countertop! View the full gallery here: http://ow.ly/r61YP
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You can use epoxy to join Lazy Granite tiles together, for a nearly seamless look! See how it's done in this video: http://ow.ly/qS0P3
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Thinking about updating your kitchen cabinetry? Here are some of the hottest trends in cabinet design, including mixing light- and dark-colored woods for a modern look. http://ow.ly/qS0YJ
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Customers often ask us how often they should seal their granite countertops. Most granite countertops will need to be sealed once a year, however less used spots, like a guest bathroom countertop, may only need to be sealed once every 2 years. One method you can use to check if your granite needs to be resealed is to sprinkle some water on it. If the water soaks into the stone and does not bead up, then we would recommend resealing your granite. http://ow.ly/rf1ck
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I really like this color a lot.  I want to get granite counter tops soon but I feel like picking a color is going to be hard  When you see a little sample it looks completely different than when it's the size of the actual counter.  Wish me luck!

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We hope you're having a nice day with your family. Here at Lazy Granite, we're feeling thankful that there's an affordable, beautiful alternative to ugly old Formica countertops!
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Take a look at this kitchen, completed in imperial white Lazy Granite tiles. Instead of using grout, this customer used epoxy to join all of the tiles. The result looks almost like a slab granite kitchen countertop! View the full gallery here: http://ow.ly/r61YP
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Take a look at this kitchen, completed in imperial white Lazy Granite tiles. Instead of using grout, this customer used epoxy to join all of the tiles. The result looks almost like a slab granite kitchen countertop! View the full gallery here: http://ow.ly/r61YP
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Take a look at this kitchen, completed in imperial white Lazy Granite tiles. Instead of using grout, this customer used epoxy to join all of the tiles. The result looks almost like a slab granite kitchen countertop! View the full gallery here: http://ow.ly/r61YP
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Thinking about updating your kitchen cabinetry? Here are some of the hottest trends in cabinet design, including mixing light- and dark-colored woods for a modern look. http://ow.ly/qS0YJ
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Lazy Granite is a granite tile system designed for kitchen countertops and is a lower-cost alternative to slab granite.
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Lazy Granite is a granite tile system designed specifically for kitchen countertops, and perfect for DIY. Using our individual granite tiles you can span a 9-foot kitchen countertop with only six tiles and five small seams.

Our granite tile products are in stock and ready to ship. When you order more than $600 of granite tile your order ships for free in the USA (48 states) and over $1000 ships for free in Canada (lower provinces).

Anyone with tile experience can install our granite tile system in a kitchen with professional results. Don't spend big money on a granite slab when you can do it all with a modular granite tile system designed for kitchen countertops.