Choosing Countertops: Glass
Eye-catching and hip, glass is a great option for countertop accents.
- By Alice Daniel
Filed under: Eco-Friendly Kitchen, Kitchen Countertops, Room Design, Countertops, Kitchens, Recycling
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Glass is known for its eye-catching, translucent beauty, and is as durable as most other countertop materials. Because of its price and distinctive look, designers suggest using it as an accent countertop, rather than throughout the kitchen. Glass countertops can be imbedded with a variety of textures and colors. Recycled glass countertops are an eco-friendly option.
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