Published at Tuesday, 22 August 2017 by Rainier Roux in Countertops, with total 30 photos.
Bright, custom kitchen countertop colors—think red, baby blue, turquoise and bright green—are all the rage when it comes to making a statement in the contemporary kitchen, but you might be looking for something more timeless. If you're looking for more of a classic look that will stand the test of time (and be appealing, not off-putting, to future homeowners), consider more natural colors like a soft, complementary green, or the always classic but dramatic-looking bright white.
The kitchen is typically the most popular room in a home and many people are making their kitchens worthy of all that attention by choosing fantastic countertops to take center stage. Three concerns that should be addressed are what complements the look of your home best, durability and budget.
Corian is made by DuPont from a nonporous acrylic polymer. The surface is available in a number of colors, ranging from white to fire engine red to a speckled cobalt blue. The color and pattern are consistent throughout the countertop, so it will not change its appearance with wear and tear that naturally occurs over time.