Infuse Your Home's Design With Creativity!

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Infuse Your Home's Design With Creativity!

I've often found myself watching home shows on television and liking the interior design, only to later come to the realization that I don't have a budget in the hundreds of thousands. However, there are all kinds of cool decorating and interior design techniques that don't take much money. Rather, they take creativity. My wife and I have all kinds of fun decorations that didn't cost much, but that get a lot of attention from guests and that also compliment the space where they are. This blog is here to help you discover how to put your creativity to work in your home.

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Best Stones For Your Kitchen Countertops

It's time to consider countertops. Whether you're remodeling or setting up a brand new kitchen, the subject of countertop materials has come up. While laminate countertops are still very popular, perhaps you're considering stone instead. Marble, granite and quartz are the big players for stone countertops. Discover which stone countertop material best fits your kitchen ideals.


Marble is the showstopper of your kitchen if you use it for your countertop. It's a beautiful, instantly recognizable material. However, Better Homes and Gardens warns that marble needs special care, such as professional evaluation and sealing on a regular basis.

White with gentle veining is by far the most popular hue. However, the material comes in shades of beige, yellow, green and pink. Likewise the veins range from almost non-existent to dark and condensed.

Marble looks best in a sophisticated kitchen. The material is especially beautiful in Italian-inspired kitchens. Choose marble if the extra upkeep is worth the luxury of the material.


Granite has long been a popular material for kitchen countertops because of its durability and beauty. With little maintenance, granite will last for years.

The material also comes in various colors and patterns. Black, white and beige bases are the most popular granite colors. Vibrant blues, greens and reds make a bold statement in your kitchen. For patterns, granite can be solid, flecked or marbled.

Granite goes well in any kitchen design. Choose granite if large sections of the countertop will be visible as it is a luxury option. Likewise, let the color and patterning drive the style in your kitchen.


Quartz is the new kid on the block when it comes to countertop materials. According to Home and Garden TV the popularity of quartz countertops took place first in Europe before moving to the United States. These countertops require very little maintenance yet are highly durable. The material used to be limited in color and pattern, but manufacturers now construct a wide range.

Quartz countertops are not slabs of stone. Rather manufacturers mix ground quartz with polyester resins and pigments. They add recycled glass or metallic flakes for patterning. This process makes the material non-porous and nearly impervious to scratches and stains.

Because it's manufactured, quartz is a less expensive option than granite or marble. The material is also available in an almost endless array of color and pattern options. Choose this material if you have definite ideas about what you want your kitchen countertop profile to be as it relates to the rest of your décor.

Whether you choose marble, granite or quartz, your stone countertop should be a centerpiece in your kitchen. Contact a local provider, like Plastic Line Mfg Inc, to see other options.