Concrete Countertops

Concrete countertops are becoming increasingly popular and are often the building material of choice for upscale kitchens and bathrooms. Interior designers and architects often designate this type of material in their design plans. Not only is this material durable, handcrafted, and attractive, once it’s installed, it can literally be considered an art piece. Colors and...
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Stainless Steel Countertop

You’ve probably seen stainless-steel countertops in sleek, contemporary kitchens or professional ones; they’re that good looking and that hard working, the kitchen countertop equivalent of brains, brawn and beauty.   Since its invention in 1913, stainless steel has been a multitasking wonder. It’s the most popular finish for appliances and matching countertops can make a sweeping...
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Tile Countertops

For style-savvy homeowners, tile kitchen countertops offer the opportunity to get creative. As an inexpensive solution to replacing kitchen counters, tiled kitchen countertops make for an attractive and often artistic addition to the kitchen. While many homeowners reserve tile for floors and backsplashes, tile countertops can be an excellent—and affordable—option. Ceramic tile is impervious to heat and...
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Marble Countertop

Marble is the epitome of luxury, and yet it is surprisingly one of the most affordable natural stones. So why doesn’t every home have marble countertops and backsplashes in its bathrooms and kitchens? Let’s explore the pros and cons of this timeless stone to determine if it’s the right stone for you. Exactly what is marble?...
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Wood Countertop

When it comes to naturally beautiful countertops, it’s hard to beat the warmth and character of wood. Before you opt for wood as a counter surface, though, it’s helpful to know its benefits and drawbacks.  Read on to find out if wood countertops are the right choice for you. What woods can be used for...
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Quartz Countertop

With low maintenance, high durability and endless color choices, engineered quartz offers a tempting alternative to natural stone countertops. Ever since the invention of Formica in the 1920s, kitchen countertops in America have been simply covered in laminates. During the past decade, though, natural stone surfaces have landed in ever more kitchens: granite, marble, soapstone...
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