Butcher block counters can encourage you to expand your work area across the bounds of your kitchen. Granite counters can give you the freedom to place hot pots on top of them without worry of making indelible burns. But what are all the choices out there for counters? What are the pros and cons of each one? We have a roundup of information that tells you all you want to know. When I walk into a kitchen I think the countertop surface and color is the first thing I notice. It really does make that much of a visual impact. Marble counters give a hint of luxury, butcher block often provides warmth and approachability, while stone has the versatility to take on the mood of its color. If you're looking to update your kitchen look, or are in the middle of a remodel yourself, you likely have some of these choices up for consideration.
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