When it comes to a kitchen remodel or bathroom refresh, new countertops are perhaps the easiest way to transform the space. Finding the right countertops for your family can be a daunting decision.
A naturally occurring stone, marble offers an organic beauty that can’t be beat. Each slab of marble is one-of-a-kind.
Pros: Non-porous, durable, low maintenance, heat-resistant, adds value Cons: Can be expensive, limit of color options, scratches easily, can darken with use
Laminate definitely gets a bad rep in the design world; but if you’re on a budget, there are plenty of tasteful ways you can use laminate to refresh your kitchen.
Hardwoods make great countertops with the proper care and maintenance. Because even the hardest wood is softer than many other materials, it needs to be sealed and protected regularly.
Gives a similar look as marble but more affordable, durable, heat resistant, low maintenance
Sustainable, unique, trendy, but may not be as timeless as some other materials
Has a modern aesthetic, heat-resistant, tough, can customize look, but can be expensive.