Baton Rouge Countertops and The Scout Guide
If you’re ready to upgrade your Baton Rouge countertops, we’re here for you. Maybe you’re finally ready to update your kitchen, or your bathroom is in dire need of a refresh. Not sure where to start? Don’t know the difference between quartz and quartzite? Let Stone and Cloth help you bring your dream countertops into your home.
Stone and Cloth: The Scout Guide
Baton Rouge’s edition of The Scout Guide recently interviewed our owner, Kris Klar. He talked about how Stone and Cloth got started more than ten years ago and about the work we do. For us, there is more to our mission than just stone and cloth materials. He explained, “Our favorite projects are the ones where we get to build a special relationship with the homeowner, builder or designer and see their dream come to life.” In fact, our mission is to foster unparalleled experiences for our clients.
Baton Rouge Countertops: How To Get Started
The process begins at our Lobdell Avenue location. Stop by and browse our selection of materials and see what sparks your imagination. (You can also click around our gallery of previous work to get an idea of what we’ve done in the past.) Our talented design services team can guide you through the decision-making. We’ll help you find the best choices for your family’s lifestyle and your home’s aesthetic. Here are the materials we love to see on Baton Rouge countertops:
- Quartz: Made of ground quartz and resin, quartz countertops are purpose-built and stain-resistant. It combines manmade durability with natural beauty.
- Quartzite: Quartzite is a natural, metamorphic rock. Its luxury, toughness, and color palette can complement many homes.
- Granite: It’s one of the most popular stones for a reason. Granite is affordable, durable, and easy to live with.
- Marble: Marble can lend an elegant and organic element to any room. Because of its composition, it’s an especially fitting choice for bathrooms.
Stone and Cloth: Full-Service Home Design Partners
For your Baton Rouge countertops, Stone and Cloth is here for you, beginning to end. And by beginning to end, we mean from design to installation. We individually source all our slabs for beauty and quality. You’ll even pick out the exact one for your home at our Airline Highway location. We’ll then handle the fabrication and installation. As Kris described in his Scout Guide interview, he got his start in construction. Before Stone and Cloth, he ran a general construction company. Today, our clients benefit from his experience and knowledge about these processes. Our team can help guide you through every portion of your home project.
Stone and Cloth: Dream Makers
Our business began with a phone call between friends. Your new Baton Rouge countertops can start just as easily. Call us at 225.663.6845 to get underway or contact us online. We look forward to bringing you the home of your dreams!