Published at Friday, 25 August 2017 by Carina Lefevre in Countertops, with total 32 photographs.
Uniformity and simplicity are characteristics that work to make a small kitchen seem larger. To this end, countertops offer balance and a smooth transition throughout your kitchen. Whether you choose stone, tile or wood, select a surface and color that complements kitchen accent fixtures, from cabinetry and stainless steel appliances to the paint color.
To withstand the high traffic and to seamlessly blend with the kitchen's existing features, consider countertop dimensions, surface color and style, as well as customization. Whether your small kitchen is a narrow galley-style or an eat-in kitchen, reconfiguring the countertop layout can maximize efficiency and style.
Granite is a very hard stone and 100 percent natural. It’s mined from quarries all around the world, cut down to a manageable size, and then polished to a fine finish. Quartz is slightly different in that it is not 100 percent natural. Instead, countertops are manufactured using 95 percent ground natural quartz and 5 percent polymer resins.