Your kitchen is where you spend a lot of time. After all, you prepare your meals in the kitchen, you eat in the kitchen, and you can even do your work in the kitchen. Therefore, it’s understandable if you want to keep it as clutter-free as possible. Unfortunately, some homeowners aren’t certain as to how they can do this.
Marble and granite countertops are among the most sought-after options when designing a kitchen, but there’s another option that both looks good and boasts good durability: cultured marble. What is cultured marble, and what makes it a good choice? Here’s a brief rundown on this countertop material.What Is Cultured Marble?… Continue Reading
When people hear the word “granite”, most of them immediately think of high-end countertops for their kitchens. What makes granite such a great material, and how can you have it incorporated into your home? Our team of experts shares their insights about the material’s properties…and potential.
When it comes to countertops, two options dominate the conversation: granite and quartz. They’re practically indistinguishable in appearance and share almost similar mechanical properties. Despite their lack of apparent differences, these materials aren’t cut from the same stone.
Quartz counters, farmhouse sinks and outdoor kitchens are surging in popularity
Thirty-five percent of millennials who own a home or are likely to purchase a home in the next few years said the kitchen is the most important room when it comes to the house hunt, according to a nationwide survey of over 1,000 millennials conducted by meal kit delivery company HelloFresh. Forty-eight percent said they would be more encouraged to cook at home more often if they had an “updated/amazing kitchen.”… Continue Reading