By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Inspiration. At Friday, December 21st 2018, 11:22:39 AM.
Granite has been the counter surface of choice in many high-end homes since its heyday in the 1990s. But the material is not the most low-maintenance or contemporary looking. For those who went against the grain and chose an alternative material like quartz, you are now a majority!
Wood is a common material for kitchens, from cabinets to walls to countertops. You can also use wood textures in the kitchen in surprising ways to create some visual interest and a style all your own. You can use wood in unexpected ways or in unexpected places to make a statement in a space. So if you’re looking for something creative to do with a kitchen design, take a look at the different ways to use wood textures in the kitchen.
Quartz is made with at least 90% quartz material. The rest is polymers, color and resins, which bind the quartz and make it incredibly strong and stable. The resins, although not as dangerous as radon, may also release into the air. Quartz may also be imported, creating carbon footprint issues. The U.S. manufacturer Cambria offers an eco-friendly quartz that solves both issues. Its quartz is made in the USA and is Greenguard Certified, which means it doesn’t create any indoor air quality issues from off gassing.
After the kitchen―cabinet hardware has soaked for about fifteen to twenty minutes it's time to scrub off the grim. This is where an old tooth brush can comes in handy. It's strong enough to remove the loosened scrape but won't scratch your drawer pulls and knobs like steel wool or harsh abrasives might. It's in addition great if your stainless cupboard knobs and handles have any detailing at all. Place all the clean items out on a towel and let dry or dry by hand, Spend special focus in order to the hinges to make particular they are fully dry.