Published at Monday, August 26th, 2019 - 14:04:18 PM. kitchen countertops. By Mallory Camus.
The final natural stone commonly found in countertops is slate, which is quarried straight from the earth, cut into slabs. It is a surprisingly good material for countertops since it is relatively non-porous and resists stains well. Although most people think of slate as a dark gray or black stone, there are types that have shades of green or pink within them. Unlike soapstone, slate has some subtle veining, though less dramatically than marble. Slate countertops warrant consideration for homeowners looking for something unusual but subtle. There are surprisingly few downsides to slate countertops.
Yet another way to make use of recycled glass is a countertop made from individual glass tiles applied over a cement-board core, much the same as ceramic tile. Although not uncommon, this is generally not a very functional countertop—glass tiles are better suited for backsplashes. Glass tile s are not durable enough for kitchen countertop use and should be used instead for backsplashes.
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