Countertops are a leading accent in kitchen remodels. While backsplashes and sinks are important, 95% of homeowners doing a revamp classify countertops as their main kitchen upgrade, according to Genesis Products. That may be due to the fact that there were some exciting new contributions and trends this year when it comes to countertops.
Good news is that you probably have your heart set on a specific appearance, but the material or price may not match your lifestyle. Chances are, there is a “look-a-like” material that does. Different materials have different properties, fluctuating in the color range, their battle to staining and scratching, and other qualities that might make a certain kind the top choice for your exclusive lifestyle and design taste. A unique trend is the popularity from laminate to natural materials such as quartz, natural stone, tile, and a variety of synthetic materials, all of which have unique benefits and attractive potential that are not only practical, but can deliver a foremost major design component within your kitchen style. These materials were once considered too expensive for many homeowners, but the growth of complex surfaces helps create the high-class look for a relatively shy price increase.