Kitchen countertops are indispensable in a kitchen. They serve as work surfaces to prepare dishes, places to set hot cookware from the stove or oven, and very often, in most modern kitchens, part of them is used for family meals, and snacks. Because kitchen countertops feature so strongly in a kitchen, they also add to the look of the kitchen as much as kitchen cabinets do. If you are planning a new kitchen, or just upgrading your current kitchen, have you given much thought to which type of countertop is best for you? There are so many options available, that it can be bewildering to choose the right one. Let's look at what is available.
The stainless steel countertop however, is perfect for commercial setups and situations. This is because it has some sort of industrial look to it because of the stainless steel material. One look at it and you know that it's clean. So for those homeowners who wanted a hygienic feel to their kitchen, this one's perfect for you. For that exquisitely modern, sexy look and feel, the glass countertop is perfect for you. Most people call it the "sophisticated choice" because of its unique appearance. It is very flexible in terms of compatibility with existing interior design and color; and also,it makes the room appear more spacious. This is absolutely perfect for modern houses with modern theme kitchens.
Countertop Materials. Countertops that are covered in Formica are the most common as well as being the cheapest, however, they are likely to wear out quite quickly, and Formica covered countertops can be easily damaged. Placing a hot pan straight from the oven on to a Formica covered countertop can cause the material to bubble and crack, and this is damage will not be easy to repair, and could result in the replacement of that entire section. If you have the finances, a countertop that is made from a much more durable material is much more conducive to cooking and preparing food. Materials that can be used for kitchen countertops include marble and granite, as not only do they look good, but they are also very durable and hard wearing.
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