This is the top choice for most homeowners and is usually used for traditional kitchens. It creates a high-end look just like these kitchens. Due to its stone variation, matching up slabs could be tricky. In order to keep its good looks, stains like wine, oil and acid should be wiped up quickly. It should also be stained regularly annually.
Unique blend of paint colors, stain detail, oversized crown molding detail lends itself to a partnership between traditional elegance and rustic warmth.
Cream-colored cabinets and drawers paired with gray counter-tops and a shiny backsplash surely complemented this small kitchen design. The cute table on the side completed the look!
Aside from its sleek, streamlined appearance, glass countertops can be cut into any shape and it is available in different texture and color options. This type of material is a trend in modern kitchens but it is more expensive. It’s easy to clean and stain-resistant. Like stainless, it is also a hygienic countertop material. To ensure durability, a glass that is least 1 inch thick and tempered is required.
A spacious kitchen with wood being the primary material – from the ceiling to the wall, from the cabinets and drawers to the eat-in counters and the cute wooden bar stools.
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