Countertops are a commitment. Choose one that invokes your passion and you’ve got an investment that will continue to deliver inspiration for decades to come. But even favorites can use a refresh from time to time.
Down on Lafayette Street in SoHo, NY there is Vietnamese restaurant where the sun pours in through a sky light onto the happiest of tables ever to serve a bowl of Pho noodle soup.
A designer’s moodboard with careful selections of flooring and countertops, wall coverings and textiles. A curated collection of texture, pattern, color and shine. Is there anything better to help you envision a room from blueprint to reality?
Education. It’s your edge in the ever evolving kitchen and bath industry, where the library of design materials, and the innovative projects they help designers achieve, expands every year.
If when you picture Miami design you think hi-gloss white lacquered floors and cabinets you wouldn’t be wrong, but what Miami customers are looking for in their interiors today is something deeper.
A bottle of wine shared on a romantic date for two doesn’t have to go to waste once the last drop leaves the glass.
Old architectural glass that once adorned a city skyscraper doesn’t have to lose its purpose after the structure is demolished.
A city traffic light can continue to impact its surroundings even after it’s been cracked.
For HGTV design and home improvement star, Anthony Carrino, family and design go hand in hand. Whether it’s renovating homes with his cousin, John Colaneri on the HGTV show, “Cousins Undercover” or helping to create a dream kitchen for his parents' beachside home in Long Beach Island, NJ, the two always seem to be intrinsically linked.
Remodeling a bathroom around existing layout, plumbing and windows requires surgical precision and laser focused design. The designer must carefully extract what’s broken, awkward or dated and insert elements that elevate function and feel without creating a patched together space.
From neutral palettes to color spurges, Vetrazzo’s recycled glass countertops make their appearance on many mood boards and material selections. In love with the creativity of the designers who feature Vetrazzo, we gathered a few of our favorite finds and asked them for the backstory on their vision.
Floridians enjoy a special piece of paradise living close to warm sandy beaches and crystal blue waters. And just like the sun and sea outside their doors, they’ve fallen in love with Vetrazzo recycled glass countertops, its sparkling sea glass surfaces and gem like colors bringing light and art to their kitchens, bars, pool houses and bathrooms.
Recycled Glass Countertops
Vetrazzo recycled glass surfaces were hatched in Berkeley, CA in 1996. With 16 of our colors boasting Cradle to Cradle Silver certification, our commitment to sustainability is more transparent than ever.
Truly a great American innovation, Vetrazzo is the original recycled glass surface proudly made in America.