Laminate countertops have been very popular for years because they are affordable and readily available. You may know them better by the common brand name, Formica.
Ceramic Tile countertops were very popular in the 70s. In some regions of the United States, they are still seen in many homes.
Though not common in residential kitchens, you’ve likely seen stainless steel countertops in commercial settings. They are easy to clean and heat resistant.
Concrete countertops were a short-lived trend in the early 2000s. They are still seen occasionally, though. They are quite porous and even with sealer, can easily be stained.
“Recycled” is a popular term for homeowners concerned with sustainability. These countertop surfaces are made with glass chips from a variety of materials
Natural Stone creates art that becomes the focal point of any interior living space.
The story of how natural stone morphed from a material used almost exclusively in commercial construction to a staple for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, and other home applications is a fascinating one.
Native stone influenced the design of George “Doc” Cavalliere Park in Arizona.