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There are too many kitchen countertop ideas to count so let's focus on an old favorite and 3 ideas that you might not have yet considered. All 4 options are affordable, beautiful, and functional. You can't go wrong with any of these.

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4 Countertops You Can't Go Wrong With

Quartz Countertops

Quartz is one of the newest countertop options, but you'll find it to be one of the best. They may not be a cheap option but when you consider all of the benefits of quartz countertops for kitchens I think you'll agree that it's well worth the price if your budget will allow for it

Granite Countertops

Granite countertops are probably the most popular countertop option. As a matter of fact they may be the most desirable countertops on the market. When you compare quartz vs granite you might be surprised to learn just how similar the two products are.

Butcher Block Countertops

Another countertop that is trending right now is butchers block. I love the warmth of natural wood and butcher block is natural wood in its purest form. Most people think that butcher block countertops are going to wear out quickly. That's not the case. With a little care a butcher block countertop will last decades. When the surface gets a little rough they can be resurfaced by sanding them. Good as new!

Concrete Countertops

Concrete is another one of the many kitchen countertop ideas that you might want to consider. While the look of concrete countertops may not be for everyone, you should at least get a look at them with your own eyes. They are surprisingly good looking as well as functional. I just prefer the more natural look of stone and wood but if your building a modern home concrete might fit right into your decor.

Here's a couple more countertops you might be interested in considering:

Corian Countertops

Soapstone Countertops

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