Choosing a coordinating countertop and backsplash isn’t rocket science, but it’s also not as easy as 1, 2, 3. Complimentary colors alone won’t always lead to a perfect match. You must also consider patterns, movement, and sheen to create a look you’ll truly love.
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Marble, granite, and quartz are three materials frequently used on kitchen and bathroom countertops. Two are natural, one artificial, but with today’s manufacturing technology it can be nearly impossible to spot the difference with the naked eye.
You've looked at dozens of samples for your new countertops. After deliberating on all the colors, textures, and maintenance involved, you've finally settled on the material and are done with your countertop decisions. Well, not quite.
When it comes to increasing the size of your kitchen, it is not always financially or structurally possible to remove walls, add electrical or increase square footage. Below we will explore three options to give your kitchen the feel of being larger without any significant construction.
There’s a new victor this year in the kitchen industry. According to the 2018 Houzz Kitchen Trends Study, engineered quartz has taken over the top spot from granite as homeowners’ go-to countertop choice.
Granite is a natural stone composed of quartz, feldspar and mica and mined from around the world, including quarries in India, Brazil, Norway, Italy and China. The largest granite quarry in the United States is in Vermont.