Countertop. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 10:57:34 AM
Other ways to achieve the patterning and texture of stone is through concrete countertops with aggregates like recycled glass remnants. In addition, laminate patterns can mimic the veining of stones like marble—a popular choice on the high-end spectrum of kitchen design.
Ceramic countertops are one of the most durable and hard surfaces for kitchen countertops as they are scratch-resistant, very easy to clean while providing a cool surface. It is also heat resistant and is available in different thickness. A long time favorite, tile countertops are still hot in the kitchen trends.It offers a unique way of combining different tiles creating patterns and colors that can be used with almost any type of cabinetry. Tile countertops offer many benefits when compared to other materials. Tile can be customized to match different shapes and sizes; heat and stain resistant and the most important part is that tiles can be easily replaced or removed.
Granite, Corian, concrete and stainless steel are all top choices for a kitchen that will see a lot of traffic and food preparation. All of these surfaces are durable and made from materials that are resistant to scratches and most staining. Granite and Corian countertops are available in a wide range of colors and textures. Stainless steel is available in a number of finishes and textures, including a brushed finish or reverse hammered surface, which appears to be decorated with raised dots. On the other hand, concrete allows for the incorporation of various colors, textures and even patterned imprints, like floral designs. Concrete countertops can also be embedded with stones, seashells and other items that interest you.
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