Countertops are a major part of the kitchen and can make or break a space. Choosing a countertop can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be. In this blog post, we will explore the different types of countertops that you can choose from and how they differ from one another.
Glass: Glass is an inexpensive material that has many benefits. It’s easy to clean, won’t stain like laminate, and is durable enough for high-traffic areas in the kitchen such as cooking surfaces and sinks. The downside? It scratches easily so if you’re looking for something beautiful while still being practical then glass might not be what you’re looking for.
Laminate: Laminate is made from paper or wood with plastic on top which gives it an easy-to-clean surface that’s also durable. Stone has been used as a kitchen countertop material for centuries because of its natural beauty and durability.
Stone: Stone counters have a natural look that could last for years if properly cared for, but they may be too heavy or difficult to install in some kitchens depending on space restrictions and what type of sink you have installed underneath your kitchen cabinets.