Made of metal, wood, tile or marble and in various shapes and designs, kitchen countertops and islands set the stage for work and social gatherings. Would you rather they be granite or marble, travertine, limestone or slate?
Why not the quartzite? The hard metamorphic rock known as quartzite began life as sandstone. The intense heat and pressure transformed it over time into quartzite with exceptional strength and long life. Heating results in recrystallization with a nice pattern. Quartzite makes great countertops with all of those winning qualities.
In the contemporary world of the designer, the diversity of materials has been wonderful to design the kitchen and island countertops. In addition to the wonders of Carrara and Calacatta marble, zinc and concrete, wood and limestone are some ways to differentiate the home with fabulous designs to start conversations with. Colors should match or contrast with the rest of the landscape in the room, creating exciting special effects.
Countertops that resemble amazing waterfalls
Recent trends have favored cascading countertops. They make impressive appearances when set up well with the right materials and techniques. I would certainly love them. Like a right-angled corner on the top sides of the countertop, the waterfall descends from the edge as water falls from the waterfall. As it falls off the edge of the cabinet, it resembles a continuous surface blending into the side. Many countertop designs are sold and it is a matter of choice to choose this clean and sharp style. Also, some practical considerations consider it an efficient option.
Minimize scratches and damage.
Imagine the usual wooden islands that have to face the wrath of densely populated areas throughout the day and especially on festive occasions. The result would be marks and scratches from children and pets, and also from adults, while they work. Natural stone manages very well to avoid such complications. Years and years into the future and the island and cabinets continue to look new and clean with a little maintenance.
Undercover storage of essential supplies
In the secret shelter of the waterfall you would find ample space to store appliances and various smaller items.
Tolerates moisture and spills
In addition to the kitchen, waterfalls are also effective in bathrooms, as a barrier against water and moisture.
Personal preferences vary and some want a farmhouse or traditional, modern, European or rustic design. Waterfalls fit into every design scheme as a powerful focal point.