So you are finally remodeling your kitchen and have chosen a beautiful granite countertop. You’ve picked a color and pattern that compliments the room perfectly. But an equally important decision that you have to make but probably overlooked is what edging treatment to choose. In today’s blog, kitchen remodeling expert The Kitchen Store walks you through the different edge profiles available today and gives a brief explanation of each so you can select the perfect one for your kitchen… Continue Reading
With all the information readily available online, you might think that it’s a good idea to DIY a countertop installation. While this may be true for some materials such as laminate or engineered stone, but for most instances, it is better to hire a kitchen remodeling service provider and have them install your countertops for you. Most popular countertop materials such as granite, marble, soapstone, and quartz require special skills and equipment to get the job done right. In today’s article, The Kitchen Store explains why it’s best to call in the pros when it comes to countertop installation.… Continue Reading
Quartz is known for its extreme durability and attractiveness. Whether you prefer a contemporary or traditional kitchen design, this material will work great. It doesn’t stain as easily as other countertop materials like granite and marble. However, it’s completely stain-proof. Certain things can leave unsightly marks on this material.
The kitchen one of the busiest parts of the house, with all the meal preparation, cooking, and even dining. We understand how annoying it can be to wash the chopping board every time you cook, especially when you do it multiple times a day.
When renovating your kitchen or getting new countertops, one of the most important things you must consider is whether you have kids at home. You’ll want to make sure that the material you choose can handle the daily wear and tear of your household.