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Stove top cooking
The fireplace in corner
Under sink with garbage disposal
Double garbage for recycles
Back corner and handles
Pull out pantry
Backsplash and height of faucet handles
The dif between behind the stove and rest of wall
Could use in corner not sure
Lighting over sink
Furniture at end?
Seating along wall in dining room
Ovens and micro all together
Lighting in upper cabs
Build in wine cooler
Speakers in ceiling
Wine cooler in family room with view with glasses
Can u change our cabinet fronts like this
Soapstone very durable could be costly countertop but it scatches
Concrete tops are expensive and will eventually have hairline cracks. Must be sealed and the seal will cut
High tech plastics, if you leave something wet on counter it wil show so when you clean it has to be dried, don't put hot things on it
Iron Red Granite
Many different kinds of granite, many different costs.
Stainless steel shows finger prints and scratches 80-90 sq ft. Other tops so far are 100 sq ft
Marble is difficult to keep up, very porus, hard to clean, stains easily, it helps to seal it 70-100 sq ft
Copper tops will oxidize over time, dents easily.
Zinc is over 100 sq ft, washes easily, if you put hot pan on it for any length of time it will mar also scratch.
Quartz very durable, ego friendly, no bacteria, easily cleaned no need to use any special sealant. Careful with heat 95-105 sq ft
Richlite company is the only company whose product doesn't require sealing. Love the edges. 40-80 sq foot
Kitchen cabinet color