1) Marble tops – or Quartz stone look-a-likes?

Nothing really beats the beautiful grain of a marble surface. What kills me is that marble surfaces stain easily and chip. Soft stone, unfortunately.

Choosing a quartz top that looks like marble gives you the best of both worlds, with the hard surface of quartz, and the beauty of marble stone!

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2)  Wooden surfaces

Put a touch of wood to your kitchen to bring out the earthiness of colours. To further protect the counter, consider adding a glass piece on top of the surface of the wood.

3)  Landing area

If your fridge is standalone, adding a landing area just makes taking things out so much easier!

Charming Bungalow

4)  Hidden spice racks and knife racks

Keeps the counters clean and simplifies cleaning too!

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