Published at Friday, August 23rd, 2019 - 15:40:09 PM. kitchen countertops. By Searlait Charrier.
If you’ve got a stylish, modern house, you can do no better than to install a concrete countertop in the kitchen. While these monolithic beauties would look odd in a period house, they fit perfectly well into any home that heavily employs steel, glass, concrete (for floors or columns), or reclaimed wood. Yet, surprisingly enough, concrete can be finicky when used for countertops.
Another unusual countertop surface is zinc—formed by applying zinc sheets over a base core material. Found fairly often in bars and other commercial settings, zinc kitchen countertops are a rare sight. Zinc countertops may be found frequently in Ernest Hemingway novels set in Paris bars, but the high cost makes them impractical for most residential kitchens.
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