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An affordable option, laminate countertops can stand as much as stains and scratches and can be found in a number of designs and colors.
Soapstone has been put to use for centuries as a countertop, as do the countertops themselves, and its popularity lasts: soapstone devotees swear by their durability. These slabs of stability do not come cheap, however, and you'll likely be looking at upwards of $80 per square foot, while prices change. This laminate lookalike boasts a more realistic, natural stone appearance.
By far the most budget-friendly alternative, laminate countertops are enjoying a revival in popularity thanks to new designs that resemble wood, natural rock as well as quartz in a fraction of the cost. Retro, midcentury resembles the omnipresent boomerang and bright, saturated colors are several other trendy options to consider.
This laminate countertop mimics exotic veining, with swirls of blue, brown and gold, and granite. Some finishes feature subtle clefts and fissures for extra realism. Revealed: 180fx Blue Storm.
Highpressure laminate countertop is a fashionable selection that’s simple on the budget. The long-lasting surface comes in a wide range of shades.
This granite look-alike from Wilsonart is really laminate but unlike preceding laminate countertops features a realistic, larger stone pattern and round border for a high end granite look in a portion of the price.
The light wood colour discovered in ceiling and the trim is picked up again in the laminate countertop, which is lasting and keeps the space sensing airy. A chrome faucet, stainless steel sink and galvanized aluminum backsplash reflect light throughout the kitchen.
Water resistant laminate surfaces are ideal near the sink. A brand new invention, this countertop is harmonious using a seamless integrated sink for easy cleaning.