Published at Thursday, January 31st 2019. by Lise Kristensen in Kitchen Countertops.
Unlike wood, aluminium fixtures and cabinets don’t need to be painted or varnished or even oiled – just a simple cleaning and they look brand new. The fact that aluminium is heat resistant also makes it a great material to build a modular kitchen out of. A major concern in any kitchen is pests; aluminium becomes the perfect material for the kitchen because of the fact that it is pest resistant
You can also utilize other materials along with wood for your modular kitchen. For wall units, the combination of glass and wooden cabinets works well. For countertops, the combination of stainless steel and wood works amazingly. Experiment with different materials and make your wooden modular kitchen more stylish.
They are also a statement piece in the kitchen and a big investment. We went with Silestone – a mix of natural quartz and other raw materials -- in Blanco Maple, a white color with varying grey flecks. Once the counters were in -- literally 6 days after we paid for them -- we were able to install the backsplash.
If the kitchen area is small you can use colours and shelves to make it seem larger and give the impression of more space. Install open shelving so that the kitchen doesn’t look busy or overwhelmed with too many things. Also use lighter colours since they make the kitchen space seem larger. If the L shaped kitchen is a large one, you can go with darker colours that make the kitchen seem warmer.
When compared to stainless steel modular kitchen, the wooden kitchens are long lasting, rust free and completely ravishing. There are ample of options in wooden modular kitchen you can choose from. The wooden modular kitchens consist of wooden cupboards/cabinets along with refreshing countertops. You can choose granite, marble, glass, concrete, quartz etc material for preparing the countertop. Apart from wooden cabinets, you can also accommodate wooden open shelves, wooden dining area, wooden finish pull-out or tall storages etc.
So today we are going to be talking about how to choose a kitchen countertop. This topic seriously gave me hives while we were doing our kitchen remodel. There are just so many options available and just tiny little samples to help you make your decision. Ugh. I spent hours upon hours researching different coutertop materials and ended up bringing countless samples home to “test out”. It was, by far, the hardest decision I made when it came to choosing what I wanted in the kitchen.
Next, came the demo work on the pantries. We removed old molding and shelving, patched up and sanded the plaster walls, and gave everything a fresh coat of paint. My husband had the great idea to use unfinished steps as shelves because they would never bow and they already had a bullnose edge which meant less sanding for him.
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