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Are Gray Kitchen Countertops for you?

 

No room garners quite as much traffic and attention as the kitchen. Because it is often the family meeting place and spot where guests gather at parties, it's important to have a kitchen that's not only functional but looks great too.

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If you've had the same look in your kitchen for several years, then you may find yourself growing tired of the usual and wanting a change. While doing a complete overhaul of a kitchen can be quite time consuming, changing select features is a fun and easy way to mix things up and stay current with the hottest trends.

While for years homeowners have gone back and forth between favoring stark white kitchens to bold shades, now the hottest trend is somewhere in the middle: gray countertops. Gray countertops work well in a variety of design schemes, from modern to country. A great place to focus is on the kitchen island. You can use a stunning piece of CaesarStone there to create a rich-looking and functional spot for dinner prep, food serving or a working station for busy family members.

Another way to make gray counters pop in your kitchen is to extend the color to your walls. The contrast with the white cabinetry and dark hardwood flooring is elegant yet subdued. And of course, one of the biggest advantages to having gray countertops is how beautifully it marries with stainless steel appliances, bringing a seamless look and feel to the room.

If you've been dreaming of a new look in your kitchen, now is the time to act. As a natural stone wholesaler, we stock a large inventory of Caesarstone and our experts here at Marble and Granite,Inc. are ready to help you create the kitchen of your dreams, starting with beautiful countertops. Give us a call at 877-39-STONE to schedule an appointment. 

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The popularity of a neutral grey material for counter tops is one of the reasons that Irish Ballinasloe Limestone can be seen in so many houses.
Posted @ Thursday, January 17, 2013 5:16 PM by Robert Spencer
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