There was a time when tile countertops were all the rage. During the late 70s and throughout the 80s they became popular and tiles in general started being used extensively in kitchens and bathrooms. After this, there was a period when everyone seemed to have forgotten about tile countertops.
Stainless steel is an excellent kitchen material due to its stain- and heat-resisting capacity. It’s also fully customizable to any specifications and can be installed without seams. The surface is hygienically non-porous and easy to clean. On the down side, of course, is the fact that can and will show every greasy fingerprint and smear, as well as scratches.
Those considering butcher block as a kitchen countertop option need to decide which of the two finishes best suits their needs – the one for cutting and food prep, or the other for service and display. (Obviously, this is a critical choice.) Butcher block requires a bit of maintenance, including regular sealing, oiling, and occasionally sanding and/or resurfacing.
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