Published at Monday, August 26th, 2019 - 13:44:14 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.
If the idea of refinishing an old countertop makes you laugh, consider the fact that owners of resurfaced countertops are laughing themselves all the way to the bank as they deposit $3,000 worth of savings they earned by not installing new countertops. For just a few hundred bucks, it’s possible to turn a laminate or tile countertop into something apparently new.
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