Now that you have chosen your surface, have you considered the finishing touches? Hopefully this guide will help you have a functioning end product which is also aesthetically pleasing!
Whether you have opted for a contemporary or traditional kitchen the edging profile of your worktop should complement the finished outcome. Below are some options you can choose from.
Drainer groove prevent water spreading over your worktop, they guide water back into the sink preventing limescale build up on your surfaces. You can have them placed either on the left or right hand side. Below are some examples of different drainer grooves.
Have you thought about what you would like on the walls once your new worktops have been installed? Tiles and glass splashbacks are a popular choice however for the WOW finish, you can have a continuation of your worktop on the wall!
Upstands are usually 100mm high, this helps create a nice flow from the worktop to the wall, more importantly they help protect walls from splashes.
Upstands are usually 100mm high, this helps create a nice flow from the worktop to the
wall, more importantly they help protect walls from splashes. You can either paint, tile or
add a glass splash back above.