By BisM1lLahbyeenergy. Kitchen Countertop. At Tuesday, January 28th 2020, 08:09:29 AM.
If you are considering more expensive options, wood or Butcher Block makes a very stylish kitchen countertop. It's easy to keep clean, and you can always freshen it up by sanding and resealing it. You could match the wood of your kitchen countertops to the wood in your kitchen cabinets. The downside to wood kitchen countertops is that they are easily damaged by water. Many people enjoy the 'industrial look', and if you are one of them, and asking which type of countertop is best for you, have you considered concrete? Concrete kitchen countertops are very different, but they are expensive, and if not properly done, they can crack. They are not for everyone, but you may be the unique individual who enjoys something unusual. If you like 'industrial', but aren't sold on concrete, stainless steel may be an option for you for kitchen countertops.
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.
On the expensive side, granite kitchen countertops have become very popular. They add class and elegance to any kitchen, there is an endless colour variety available, to match whatever colour kitchen cabinets you have. They hold up to heat, and so long as they are properly installed, they can last a lifetime. Another similar option, which is not as well known, is 'Engineered Stone'. This is made of 93% quartz particles. It is heat resistant, stain resistant, and acid resistant, and does not scratch easily - all bonuses when it comes to kitchen countertops. In addition it is available in a wide variety of colours so you can always match, or complement your kitchen cabinets. If you are asking 'which type of countertop is right for you', provided the price is not out of your budget, granite or engineered stone will meet your every need.