Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 22:31:44 PM. kitchen countertops. By Patience Maury.
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.
Innovative manufacturers are constantly experimenting with new materials, and one such countertop is commonly called paper, although more accurately these should be considered paper composite countertops since they made of paper heavily impregnated with resins. The time may not yet be right for paper countertops. Because this is a special order item, prices are high and supplies are limited. This is for the adventurous homeowner who wants to try a truly unique, and somewhat unproven, countertop material.
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