There are a lot of ways to make your new construction home your own. It’s easy to create a space that reflects your personal style or brings in a special design feature. Consider an attention-grabbing or unique material for your countertops to make your home stand out.
Live edge wood incorporates the natural side of the wood instead of a straight cut. Various species of wood can be used to create natural and one-of-a-kind countertops.
Epoxy is a resin that hardens after being exposed to heat and air. It can be clear, colored, metallic finishes, glitter, or acrylic swirls. Almost any object can be embedded in the epoxy to add interest.
Put together wood and epoxy to create a river effect. Pour blue epoxy into a natural or carved hallowed-out strip in the wood like a river.
Give your kitchen an upgrade with stainless steel countertops. The benefit is they are stain resistant and anti-bacterial. There are other metallic options such as zinc, copper, and pewter for a more rustic, distinctive style.
Concrete countertops are available in different colors and surface styles; they can be poured to fit any size, design, or shape. Points of interest, such as waterfall edges and embedded objects, are easy to create.
Semi-precious stone countertops are breathtaking. However, budget accordingly as gemstones come with a hefty price-tag.
Ben Stout Construction is the expert custom homebuilder for buyers who know what they want and how to think outside the box with exciting countertops. Don’t waste any time; custom upgrades need to be decided early in the construction process.
Ben Stout Construction is able to customize details of your home to make it mirror your personal style. Learn more about us at benstoutconstruction.com.
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