Countertop. Tuesday , October 10th , 2017 - 14:42:50 PM
Stone countertops are a popular option in kitchens these days. They have a rich, luxurious look, and they are durable. You can have a stone countertop in the form of a single slab of material, or individual tiles. If you choose a stone countertop for your kitchen, be sure to choose the one that will work the best for your needs. Most stone countertops require very little maintenance, other than regular staining or oiling. Stone countertops come in a variety of colors and finishes, including high gloss, and matte.
For advice on the best countertop material, color, and patterns for your kitchen remodel, it would be worth your time to consult with a kitchen design expert. They help you achieve the exact look that you want for your new kitchen and will be able get you the best value for your money with both the purchase of your new countertops and with the professional installation.
Although it may seem that quartz countertops are inherently superior, they do have a number of drawbacks. The primary issue is that despite a similar cost, engineered quartz counters don’t increase the value of your home as much as granite countertops do. Home buyers prefer the natural material over the man-made counter, so you’ll want to keep this in mind if you’re remodeling your kitchen as an investment. Additionally, although quartz counters are designed to mimic the natural look of granite, some people believe that quartz lacks the depth and beauty of granite. To be certain which look you prefer, make sure you see samples of both natural and engineered stone. Finally, with quartz your color and pattern options are more limited than with natural stone. There are a large number of colors available, but especially if you’re trying to exactly match your existing color scheme you may prefer the limitless rainbow of natural stone.
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