You’ve decided that you’re ready to replace your outdated kitchen with some changes that will improve the space’s design and functionality. You’ve read blogs, scoured Pinterest for ideas, and saved up enough money to attempt a kitchen redesign. But where do you even begin? There is a lengthy list of things to do, and because your kitchen is the heart of your house, you don’t want it to be out of service for too long. Our educated and talented staff at Global Stone Inc can assist you in making the correct choices for your new kitchen design, from matching your countertops and backsplash to selecting and installing a sink and faucet for the final touches.


You may be investing in a kitchen renovation for a variety of reasons. You can think about adding an island to the region. Perhaps a new marble kitchen countertop would bring a pop of color to an otherwise drab-looking space. Perhaps you want to add some personality to your kitchen with a new backsplash. You may use our kitchen visualizer tool to view how certain pieces might seem in your house. Let’s look at some of your alternatives:


We provide a wide range of natural and man-made stones to give character and timeless beauty to your space, from marble and granite kitchen worktops to quartz, quartzite, and everything in between.


Do you want to create a complimentary and coherent look across your kitchen? A matching backsplash not only adds value and aesthetic to the room, but it also acts as a barrier against food splatters, dirt, filth, and bacteria. Coordinate the aesthetic of your kitchen using materials such as travertine, marble, quartz, and other stones.

Kitchen Remodeling Tips

While the company’s team of kitchen renovation professionals and designers can assist you in personalizing your kitchen area and its many components, here are some general guidelines to follow:

  • Plan and arrange – decide where you want all of your kitchen products to go for best usefulness.
  • Keep the same “footprint” – When planning your kitchen renovation project, keep all appliances, walls, water fixtures, and so on in the same place to prevent shifting plumbing lines, electrical outlets, and so on.
  • Make sure you have enough space — strive for at least three-foot-wide walkways around the kitchen.
  • Invest in quality materials –If you want your kitchen makeover to last for years, use high-quality, long-lasting materials with minimum care requirements.
  • Communicate with the members of your kitchen renovation crewDeveloping a relationship with your contractors and designers will help you to get the most out of the experience.