Formica® Soild Surface Countertop Colors

Black and Gray Formica Colors:


White and Light Formica Colors:


Gold, Beige and Yellow Formica Colors:


Brown Formica Colors:


Blue Formica Colors:


Green Formica Colors:


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Formica FAQ

Pros of Formica:

  • Formica countertops are available in a variety of colors, from a natural grey hue to a deep red color, and have a waxy and smooth finish.
  • Formica is heat-resistant, making it ideal for kitchen countertop use. Natural stone tends to be a bit more sensitive to heat than Formica, which can result in stains, and potential damage to your countertops.
  • Formica kitchen countertops are easy to clean and maintain, making them perfect for busy cooks.

Cons of Formica:

  • While quite sturdy, Formica countertops aren’t quite as durable as granite, solid-surface, or concrete countertops.
  • If you scratch or chip a Formica counter, it is almost impossible to repair.
  • While Formica is a more affordable kitchen countertop, choices in finishing of front edge and ends can be pricey.

When it comes time to choose a kitchen countertop, the first step is to set your budget, and then find a product that falls in that price range. While granite countertops may be impractical for some, Formica is a great option that offers style and substance at a more affordable price point.