Published at Thursday, 31 January 2019. Kitchen Countertops. By Lise Kristensen.
An aluminium modular kitchen, as the name suggests, uses aluminium and glass as the main materials. It is perfect for anyone who is going for a contemporary look that lasts long and pleases the eye. Glass gives the kitchen a classy look, can be used innovatively and is easy to clean and maintain. It also has multiple uses; coloured glass adds a certain aesthetic when used as wall panels and is also great for wardrobe doors, kitchen cabinets and wall cladding.
Some of the exceptional features about modular kitchens are the colour combinations, the use of different countertop materials, modern and classy cabinet styles, illuminated lights, high profile storage units etc. the modular kitchens are safe and secure and the materials used for building modular kitchen are quite durable, safe and appealing and also offer lifetime durability.
While marble makes a smooth, cool surface for rolling out pastry dough, it stains too easily to be practical for general food preparation. It could serve handsomely, though, in the less rigorous role of a backsplash. Granite, probably today's most popular high-end counter material and one often used in "period-inspired" kitchens, would have been rare in early 20th-century houses. A process to cut granite slabs as thin as 1 wasn't discovered until the 1930s, and the material remained prohibitively expensive until the 1960s.
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