As of 2015, Lowe's only lists laminate, granite, solid surface and quartz kitchen countertop surfaces in its product selection, according to the Lowe's website. Granite and quartz can be used as an alternative to marble, which is known for its high price and need for maintenance, suggests Stone Source.
Some places that do sell marble countertops include See Slabs and Engineered Stone in New York City and Los Angeles, states Stone Source.
Those who opt to use quartz or granite as an alternative can find brands like SenSa, Allen + Roth and Silestone at Lowe's. Both granite and quartz are known for having some scratch and stain resistance and being consistent in color and pattern, notes Lowe's.