Made of wood or polished concrete? Of natural or synthetic stone? Stainless steel or marble? The cheap countertops you choose will have a great impact on the aesthetics and utility of the space. Do not discard mix two materials, for example, a marble slab with a glass plat or a stainless steel island with a cantilevered superimposed wooden breakfast bar. Different materials can serve different culinary purposes and can be used to visually order the room.
Synthetic the agglomerate countertops laminate, manufactured by mixing quartz and resin, offer a smooth, durable and with a very wide range of colors. Advantages: Maximum solidity, hygienic and easy to maintain. It can be given any shape, even in sinks and flanges. The color is uniform over the entire surface. Wood. From oak and maple to walnut and iroko, all types of wood add warmth and texture to kitchens. Advantages: Wood is a natural antibacterial relatively easy to install and repair.
If you are willing to varnish it frequently, you will always have an impeccable appearance. Granite. Granite is the most popular stone for inexpensive countertops and visually gives the kitchen space a sense of solidity. The wide range of tones and finishes available makes each surface look unique. It is porous, so it must be sealed (ideally every six months). It has to be supported on good kitchen furniture because it weighs a lot. If it is damaged, it cannot be repaired.