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Corian Countertops 101

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If you're thinking about remodeling your kitchen (Martha recently remodeled a kitchen in her home in Maine), you should definitely consider Corian countertops. Our collection for The Home Depot features designs that mimic natural stone. One is even inspired by Martha's own dining room table.

As part of our Home How-To video series, sponsored by the Home Depot, I'm giving you an inside look at how we designed our countertop collection. Watch my debut below and click here to see all the videos in the series.

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Comments (3)

  • Thank you for a very informative and amazing video, I wish you can do this more often. I LOVE Martha's kitchen beautiful, I would live to have a Martha Stewart kitchen, so organize so neat and so perfect, Love!

  • I love my new Corian top with integrated sink. I wanted the same plain square edging that MS has. It's named "architect's edge." I choose a very dark flecked charcoal gray counter top to update my existing maple cabinets. It's beautiful.

  • I believe the Acadia Corian counter top is the solution I've been searching for to bring everything together in my kitchen. However, I am hesitant to make a decision for such a permanent, focal, and costly piece based on a 2" sample. Two inches of a (possibly undulating) pattern that will cover a huge area in an open concept home is not enough to base a comfortable decision on. Is there a finished countertop I could view or - if nothing better can be offered - a picture of finished product? I am really excited about this piece (Acadia) as I have been trying to find a product that would coordinate with the granite countertop, the stone & glass backsplash in my kitchen as well as the surround of the fireplace. I sure would appreciate the opportunity to get a better idea of the look of the larger product. Thank you for any solution you may have for me. Jan Muellenbach

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