Conventional countertop materials such as marble and ceramic tiles have been in use for years, but these materials are prone to chipping and staining. That is the reason why an increasing number of architects and interior designers are now turning to kitchen laminates that are both aesthetically pleasing and durable. While NewMika has got you covered with a wide range of premium kitchen countertop laminates, we discuss the pros and cons of some of the most commonly used surfacing materials for kitchen countertops. Take a look.
A popular choice for modular as well as conventional kitchens, kitchen laminates are available in a wide variety of styles, textures, colors, and finishes. Choosing the right kitchen laminates that best meet the theme of your commercial or residential kitchen, therefore, can be a little challenging. Although leading brands such as NewMika offer a variety of kitchen laminates to meet all sorts of requirements, it is important to know the basics. On that note, in this blog post, we focus on three finish options you must consider when looking for kitchen laminates. Take a look.