Laminate worktops are easy to maintain and come in many styles; no wonder they are a popular choice. Worktop featured: Grey Concrete Effect. For more inspiration, visit Howdens.
Kitchen countertops are not cheap, they are a long-term investment and repairs are just as expensive. When looking at your kitchen counters, think about whether you want a granite or marble worktop or laminated wood. If you are looking for the latter, you need to be very careful when using it. Wood is not as durable or heat-resistant as stone, it scratches easily and suffers more if you don't remove stains and dirt. On the other hand, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to color, grain and wood. That means you can work classically with a dark oak kitchen countertop, or you can choose a light beech that complements your counters and the style of your kitchen. What else is there? Kitchen countertops can be made from a variety of stones, such as granite, which is usually dark with a white grain. You can choose the worktop thickness and even the grain and black / gray tone, but that's as far as you can. You need to be sure that the type of stone complements the theme of your kitchen, as if all of your counters, floors, and walls are white, then could crash back or look out of place. Conclusion: worktops can definitely complement a kitchen if they match. Durability, heat resistance and color must be considered as well as the quality. If you want a kitchen worktop that lasts a long time, it generally costs you a pretty penny.[gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="48200,48201,48202,48203,48204,48205,48206,48207,48208,48209,48210,48211"]