Countertops May 09, 2017. Quartz in its natural form looks similar to granite. It is mostly composed of silicon dioxide and is one of the hardest substances found on Earth. It is resistant to scratches and stains. It is also nonporous, and therefore, resistant to mold, mildew, fungal and
Countertops May 09, 2017. To prevent the granite surface from being stained, etc. the countertop must be sealed. This sealing has to be done before staining has occurred, or else the stain will remain for life. You can either seal the granite countertop on your own or seek professional
Kitchen Islands August 21, 2017. Kitchen islands are not only functional, in that they provide an additional working space in the kitchen, they are a great way to enhance the overall appeal of the area. Best suited to open kitchens that are L-shaped, they may also be great for those
Countertops May 09, 2017. Since granite is porous, it requires to be sealed. Granite needs to be maintained on a yearly basis, which means the surface needs to be sealed every 12 to 14 months. If the surface is not sealed regularly, it may become more susceptible to stains.
Backsplashes May 08, 2017. Use an unexpected tile color like purple and hot pink to create a backsplash pattern. This will give the kitchen a very bold and dramatic look.
Backsplashes May 08, 2017. You can also install tile backsplash in the form of a mural to add an artistic touch to the kitchen.
Countertops May 09, 2017. Corbels come in a huge array of designs, sizes, shapes, and materials. You will find them in almost all imaginable shapes from the standard L-joints to attractive and elegant designs found in classic style stone corbels. Different contemporary designs like vines, flowers, grapes, leaves and
Countertops May 09, 2017. Most quartz countertops are usually manufactured from a quartz composite. While naturally occurring slabs of quartz can be used after polishing, they are quite expensive, and therefore, rarely used for making kitchen countertops.
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