Update the look of your room with the sophisticated and dramatic design of the Hampton Bay 72 in. Tempo Milano Brown left hand miter laminate countertop. Left hand miters are designed to make the countertop turn a corner when the walls form a right angle. This mitered countertop features a built-in backsplash providing a virtually seamless look, no crevices where dirt and grime collect. The full-wrap ogee edge helps provide a unique and pleasant appearance. The durable laminate surface resists scrapes or scuffs, and requires no polishing or buffing.
Milano brown is a medium scale granite laminate design; mid tones of warm brown and rust with a balance of brown and black hues cover a light beige background
Tempo edge creates a classic, seamless waterfall edge that remains one of the most popular choices
Countertop offers a luxurious stone look with less maintenance, more durability and more budget flexibility
Easy to maintain and requires no polishing or resealing for the life of the product
Laminate is stain, scratch, scuff and mar resistant; although not scratch proof
Comes ready to install-perfect for the DIY home owner
It’s a countertop countertops get wet. You would think ?...
It’s a countertop countertops get wet. You would think ? Not this one, this particle board crap is the absolute worst product to laminate. Recommend buying something better made. It’s like a dehydrated sponge waiting for a drop.
Jun 4, 2020
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Apr 30, 2020
The miter did not fit well. I had to alter trim the back splash to allow for the mitered top to ...
The miter did not fit well. I had to alter trim the back splash to allow for the mitered top to fit.
It looks good and fits together very well. We are...
It looks good and fits together very well. We are using it in the utility room so the quality is sufficient.
Oct 23, 2018
Limited in-store and ship-to-store countertop options were frustrating, but the biggest problem w...
Limited in-store and ship-to-store countertop options were frustrating, but the biggest problem was the miter cuts for my left and right countertop were not precisely 45 degrees. My kitchen corner WAS 90 degrees exactly. This left me with 2 options: having the right arm stick out 3/4" from the wall (NO!), or recutting the miter angle for a near-perfect fit.