Modern homes tend to have a lighter look. oftentimes utilizing brighter colors as a base rather than a complimentary piece. Glass countertops tend to have brighter colors which are perfect for complimenting the modern kitchen. The colors will compliment white cabinets and walls very well. Not only will the colors and design go well together, but the beautiful shine of the glass make the kitchen one of the most admired rooms in the house. Granite in this case would make the kitchen conflictive and the beauty would be lost.
Very common changes that have a big impact are kitchen countertops. Choosing countertops often are based on function, durability, and appearance. The most popular types of counter tops are: laminate, stone, and ceramic tiles. Laminate countertops are priced the lowest, and can come in a variety of colors and patterns. However, since laminate is often comprised of mainly bonded paper & particle board, it is prone to chips or scratches. Maintenance on laminate is relatively easy, however there are things owners should avoid. Avoid cutting directly on the countertop since the soft laminate could be easily cut, do not stand or sit on the countertop because weight could separate the piece from the wall, also be careful not to burn cigarette butts on the countertop as they are nearly impossible to erase, and be careful not to let water sit or stand for extended periods of time.
Kitchen tiles are good old reliable countertop materials. They take some time to install, but can easily be a DIY project. They also exude warmth to a kitchen and shops offer a wide array of colors and designs to choose from. However, tiles can easily break and are difficult to clean. You have to see to it that the grout is always firmly scrubbed, and a special solution is needed when molds and mildew start to build up between the tiles. Stainless steel is an excellent kitchen countertop choice, but they cost double the price of granite and other materials. This is most preferred by chefs whose kitchens always have high traffic and whose countertops take a lot of pounding. Wood is a good material for adding warmth to a kitchen. It comes in different colors and patterns and is versatile enough to match a modern kitchen or a country-themed one. A few examples of hardwood used for kitchen countertops are oak, walnut, cherry, teak, mahogany, pecan, hard maple, and many others.
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