White is the new everything for home interiors and countertops. Lately, for all of us wanting to revamp an existing kitchen or build our dream home, white quartz countertops (Silestone) offer up a combination of style and versatility that is unmatched. Known for both durability and design appeal, no choice ranks higher than white Silestone quartz.
Butcher block countertops can fit in with most kitchen styles and will last a long time if maintained properly. Like all surfaces, butcher block will cycle as a fad, but beware of its limitations. For its price, it can be a “value” option for kitchen countertops.
Interior designers have seen marble and natural stone-looking porcelain as the top trends in both residential and commercial designs. These chic surfaces can be styled any way to give an elegant, high-end and clean appearance.
With interior design trends being pretty wholesome like clean Silestone countertops of late, it’s only a matter of time before things get a little less G-rated. It seems 1980s cocaine decor must be the next big thing… excessive mirrors, glass surfaces, white ceramic statues, and neon lights.
Travertine, the porous variety of limestone (not Silestone quartz), often found around mineral springs, has emerged as a star in the decorating landscape. It is emblematic this current era of material-forward decorating where visual calm is key.
Check out the Rittenhouse Hotel, the best Philadelphia has to offer, with 3500 sq ft of the most impeccable and tasteful finishes like Silestone countertops.
Designing kosher kitchens is more extensive than your average non-kosher kitchen. Strict kosher homes have double sinks, separate cooking appliances, and require more countertop space and storage.
How much is your home worth? How much will it be worth after upgrades? An appraisal should be a first step. Maybe you’ve checked around… Read More »Home Value & Impact of Silestone Countertops