Published at Monday, August 26th, 2019 - 13:42:35 PM. kitchen countertops. By Mallory Camus.
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.
A less expensive option for homeowners who want granite, or those you want the cost savings of installing granite themselves, is modular granite. Modular granite occupies a niche halfway between solid slabs and granite tiles. Modular granite can be described as large tiles pieced together to form a countertop.
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