Options for updating kitchen countertops
Though it's a hard surface, marble has one distinctive downside: It's vulnerable to acids.
Lemon juice and vinegar can etch the surface; coffee and wine can create permanent stains.
Like solid-surface countertops, laminate should not come in contact with heat.
The kitchen ceiling was orange from years of smoke damage; the floor was yellowed linoleum.
Instead, the light countertops are used as a contrast to darker cabinets, making a kitchen look cleaner, brighter and a lot like that industrial-meets-Parisian-café style adopted by so many restaurants.
If you're thinking of updating your kitchen accordingly, here's a brief guide to the current materials you'll find on the market.
Expect to pay to per square foot, and know the price can vary by style and size.
I painted this little counter beside the fridge as well, but forgot to take an after pic.
days that it takes to cure, the paint will stick quite well and wear nicely over the next year or so (before we replace them with an upgraded material).
Prices vary depending on the options, but Silestone is estimated to be to 0 per square foot.
If you'd like a counter that has the look of marble, try Silestone's Calacatta Gold pattern or Caesarstone’s Statuario Maximus.