Beautiful Laminate Countertop With Undermount Sink

Well, hello, hello! I hope y’all are having a fabulous week! I’m so excited to show you a bit more of our kitchen today. I’ve been holding off on a full kitchen reveal because I have a few extra things that need to be done…and we are buying a new refrigerator soon.

I couldn’t wait any longer to share about our amazingly beautiful laminate countertop and sink. I used to think that laminate countertops were second rate, but I have since learned that laminate has come a long way, baby! :)

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For our kitchen remodel, I decided that while I ADORE granite or marble, I didn’t want to invest that kind of money. I began researching laminate at the recommendation of my friend Emily. Like I mentioned, laminate has come so far and looks quite similar to the beautiful natural designs of granite and marble.

I decided on Formica laminate in the “Crema Mascarello” pattern for my countertop. Isn’t it beautiful?!

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I chose the Ogee edge in the Formica’s Ideal Edge series. I love the edge and there are no brown seam lines! Yes!

If you haven’t read how I remodeled the kitchen cabinets and doors, you must read all about that here.

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I am seriously in love with my undermount stainless steel sink. The edge of standard mounted sinks can get icky from food build up and other grime. Having the sink mounted under the countertop is brilliant, clean and neat. Perfection.

I love the process that Karran has developed to enable countertop fabricators to undermount sinks on laminate tops. Amazing!

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I did the countertop installation almost all myself. My husband helped me tighten the joint in the corner. I filled the seam with color matched filler and I caulked the edge between the countertop and the backsplash…er….wall. Yep, I still need to do a backsplash. :)

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The countertop really ties the kitchen together. It is a calm and quiet pattern with just enough interesting movement to keep me from getting bored with it. I like that it’s neutral enough to go with any cabinet color…just in case I get a wild hair to change something.

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This is the E-350 stainless steel double bowl sink. The bowls are extra deep and roomy. I found the Delta faucet at Home Depot, but I can’t find that it’s still available. I will keep looking if anyone is interested. :)

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The edge is so perfect. It is solid, sealed and gunk-free. :)

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I was privileged to work with Karran and Cullman Cabinets {my semi-local countertop fabricator} on the kitchen countertop and sink project. I can’t say enough good things about these companies. I’m very impressed in both the product and the service!

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What kind of countertops do you have? Have you considered a laminate countertop or undermount sink?

xoxo

Myra

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  1. says

    That looks fabulous and the edge treatment makes it look even more “real.” Pretty green color on the cabinets, too! We have granite-look laminate on a work surface in a “closet-turned-office” area. It is beautiful – looks just like the Santa Cecelia in our kitchen. My daughter was a designer for a large builder in our area and said that customers often chose real granite in their kitchens, but then used the laminate in a matching “granite” for their bathrooms.
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  2. says

    I can understand why you love your new countertop do much! I would never have guessed that it was laminate. That edging really is a nice elegant touch. I’m impressed that you did most of the work yourself! You go girl 😉

  3. says

    Hi, there,
    I work in Marketing at Formica Corporation. Thank you for utilizing our product in your renovation-the counters look great! We’re currently running “Makeover May” on Facebook and would like to feature a “before” and “after” of your counters. Do you by chance have any “before” images of your kitchen AND would you mind if we utilized some of the photography shown in this post on our Facebook wall? We will of course provide link credit. Please email me with approval, questions, or concerns. Thanks very much!

  4. Ellen says

    Looks great !!! We just re did our kitchen and spend a lot of money on granite and I have to tell you from a distance yours does look like granite!!! It looks beautiful !!!!

  5. Lori says

    I used the same countertop in our new construction. I really did not want a laminate material but did not want to invest that much $ in countertops. I would have never been able to change them! I’m very happy with ours . Love the look and the ease of cleaning.

  6. Mike says

    Hello, looks great! Can you explain the process of getting that sink installed with a little more detail? Did you just ask the store providing the countertop if they could attach the sink or what was the process like?

  7. says

    Beautiful! I’m looking to do almost the same thing. I’d love to know more about the sink also. Did you install that yourself? How do you seal it so no water gets under the laminate?

  8. says

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  9. Tricia says

    I am getting ready to do my countertops and do the same thing with an undermount sink. Have you had any water problems with the laminate and Karran sink?

    Thank you in advance,

  10. says

    Hi! Love the kitchen redo. So pretty! I am considering laminate countertops. Can you tell me where you ordered yours from? And you said you installed them yourself, so did they just come in big pieces? A little more nitty gritty detail would help me out a lot! Thank you!

  11. Sybil says

    Beautiful! We are considering laminate countertops for our kitchen remodel. I just wish the stores showed them more in the kitchen displays instead of the those tiny samples on the wall. Around here they really push the granite & quartz.

  12. Lori says

    Hi. I would like to know where you purchased your countertop and how it was templated? You stated you installed mostly yourself and I would love to receive more information about that. Also, how were your counters delivered? Many thanks

  13. Caroline says

    Did you install the undermount sink yourself too? We are putting in laminate counters ourselves and we weren’t sure about the sink. Thx!

  14. leia says

    The counter looks great, does it have the radiant finish? In the sample I thought it made the design look too fake but your pics make it look wonderful!

  15. Sandy says

    I wish I had seen this a couple of months ago. I just had laminate installed – I love it! – but I assumed I couldn’t have an undermount sink. That’s what I get for assuming, I guess. I do love my new sink. It’s one big bowl, not divided at all, and it’s so much easier to wash larger items.

    • queena says

      Moving soon. Want to keep the laminate thats there but would like to move the sink and put a cook top where it is now. I would LOVE to have it done undermount! I see it can be done when new .. but could it be done in existing tops? It would be into a solid bar top. Possible to remove it and put it back I guess?

      • queena says

        Moving soon. Want to keep the laminate thats there but would like to move the sink and put a cook top where it is now. I would LOVE to have it done undermount! I see it can be done when new .. but could it be done in existing tops? It would be into a solid bar top. Possible to remove it and put it back I guess?

  16. Elizabeth says

    Who did your installation? I’m having a heck of a time finding someone who will do the undercount sink with a laminate counter. Most people give me a “no can do” and seem to have never heard of the idea. I realize it needs to be a Karran sink.

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