And even if these kinds of countertops may be costlier than the ordinary ones, the cost is nothing if compared to its toughness and its longevity of service. Consider your countertops as very specialized which also means that the color choices can be endless. And depending on the supplier that you seek in the market, the countertops may come in different colors and in different shades. And the nice thing is that the materials used for countertops can copy the looks of the other expensive materials since you can also be given the chance to include other materials like stones and marbles for that customized look. The aesthetic value of these countertops as we all know comes only second, and the main reason why the use of continues to be a hot trend is because of its toughness and durability. Whether these are used in labs or fitted in homes, these countertops will always be there for toughness.
It can be challenging - even confusing - to find the right material for your countertops which are the hardest-working surfaces in your kitchen. Also, there are considerations you should address before choosing a countertop based on looks alone. A countertop should be durable, scratch-resistant, heat-resistant, water-resistant, stain-resistant, easy to clean, as well as attractive. This brief guide reviews five material categories selected for their perfect combination of practicality and beauty. There are many material options - natural, manufactured or engineered - to go on counters which can be installed as a solid surface or applied to a backing like a veneer.
Also, you can use a router, like those used on granite or marble countertops, to create edge styles including bull nose, rounded corners, triple egg, ogee, and more. There are also a variety of Styrofoam and rubber edge molds that can mimic wood trim, jagged rock edge, and numerous more. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, you can create your own molds. Just remember: you only get one try. If you mess up, the only fix is a new concrete countertop. If you are really going for a streamline look with your countertop, consider actually molding your sink into the concrete countertop. This will mean you have one fluid piece that accounts for the counters and the sink with no seams. There are even more sink shapes available with concrete than there are with other materials. Again, if you can dream it and build the mold, you can make it with concrete.
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