Countertops

Soapstone Countertop

When people are remodeling their home, they often neglect to consider the benefits of installing a Soapstone countertop. Your countertop is very important. It serves as a resting place for many of your kitchen and household accessories, as well as a base for your cooking and serving needs.

Many countertops are vulnerable to the affects of different chemicals. Whether in the bathroom or kitchen, many countertops are left helpless to defend themselves against the onslaught of chemical additives that it comes in contact with.

A soapstone countertop offers many benefits over typical countertops because Soapstone is naturally non-porous. It is also heat and stain resistant making it the perfect choice for countertops.

Making Concrete Countertop

Concrete countertops are very popular with homeowners today. Not only are they a popular choice for homeowners but also many craftsmen and hobbyists are enjoying making concrete countertop for their homes. Making concrete countertop videos, books, and instructional DVDs are selling like hotcakes. People want concrete countertops and they want them now. Before you can begin making concrete countertop for your home, you will need to take some simple steps to plan your project and ensure its success.

The first step in making concrete countertop for your home is to design and plan your project. You will need to decide what size and shape countertop you will like. You may decide to create your own template as well.

Countertop Back Splash

Installing a countertop back splash is an excellent way to ensure the longevity of your counter, sink, or tub. Moisture is the number one cause of mold, and when you are consistently splashing water on your wall (even inadvertently) you can cause serious damage to the wall, and even the underlying structures. A countertop back splash will provide added protection for your home.

Faux Granite Countertop

Painting a faux granite countertop yourself requires a little artistic flair and attention to detail. Before you even take on the job, find some samples of real granite and take a good look at the composition of the flecks and the highs and lows of color in it. Be sure to practise on a surface of the same material as the one you intend to paint, and wait for it to dry so that you can see exactly how it will appear when finished.

Cement Countertops

Move over, Fred Flintstone, cement countertops are now catching on in the twenty-first century! Anyone can choose laminate, tiles or granite, but it takes someone with imagination, creativity and understanding to install cement countertops. With the trend toward natural building materials such as rock and stone, it makes perfect sense to use concrete in home decor applications.