Tile kitchen countertops

If you are looking to refresh your cooking space, start from your cooking countertop. Who says you only put tiles on the floor or on the wall? Why not on the countertop? Countertops could become an accent space to boost the tone to your kitchen.

There are pros and cons to have a tile kitchen countertop. New advancements in stoneware tile actually allow for the porcelain stoneware tile to be cut, polished, and installed similar to a solid surface or natural stone installation, minimizing or reducing seams or grout joints.

Refin stoneware tiles are made in very large section, so large that in many cases, one piece of tile covers the entire countertop without getting mad to clean it. Daily clean-up with warm water and mild soap will do the job.

If you have a arts and crafts inspired home, you can consider a mosaic kitchen countertop. Mosaics can also make up the material for countertops. Popular in the ’70s and ’80s, tiled kitchen countertops can still found today.

There are so many gorgeous options to choose from— concrete, marble or stone effect, porcelain tiles that look like wood, resin and metal look tiles. No matter how lavish or relaxed you want to go, whether you want something practical, or something so luxe it’s outrageous, you’ll find it among Refin’s best kitchen countertops.