Countertops to Complement Your Appliances & Cabinets

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Countertops to Complement Your Appliances & Cabinets

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June 24, 2015 l Topics:Blogs l By kn
Now that we have explored appliance and cabinets trends, we turn our attention to countertops.  Countertops not only add style and character to your kitchen, but they are also a surface that must be durable given the constant activity that takes place upon them.  Like appliances and cabinets, you have plenty of options at your disposal to craft the perfect kitchen.   At K&N Sales, in most situations, we recommend quartz countertops for your home.  The main benefit of these countertops is that they are durable, more heat resistant than other types of countertops, and they are non-porous which means they don’t stain or scratch.  Nothing is more annoying than having your knife slip and scratch your countertop.  With quartz countertops, such mishaps are not an issue!   725x355_13644Caesarstone, located in Southern California, offers quality quartz countertops in 40 innovative colors.  Another fine option is OKITE.  OKITE similarly offers various colors including translucent, recycled, white, grey, green, black, beige, and much more!  Since good things come in threes, we also are big fans of Lapitec.  Lapitec offers a prestigious Italian surface that is a “full bodied” sintered stone.  With finishes such as fossil, vesuvio, satin, and lux, Lapitec has a variety of styles that are just right for you.   As we have seen innovations in cabinets and appliances, the same can be said of countertops.  In recent years, we have seen the introduction of textured countertops, countertops made of semi-precious gemstones, new colors, and concrete and translucent countertops that can be backlit.  The options really are endless in creating your ideal kitchen, whether you are looking for a traditional or contemporary look.  If you would like to browse our collection of countertops firsthand, visit our showroom at your convenience.  And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz for some more inspiration for your home!