Glass Countertops: Yes, you read that correctly, glass countertops! Remember what I said about manufacturers making their glass durable? Well this is a perfect example of that statement and better yet, there's more than what meets the eye. For instance, ThinkGlass has custom glass countertops that are all 100% recyclable and perfect for both indoor and outdoor uses. Another great feature? They're all unique because the company works with you on creating the most creative countertop you can imagine. You can select the thickness, edge treatment, and the integrate artwork that goes with it. Some other pros are that it's naturally resistant to scratches, mold, and mildew, and it also naturally has a high heat capacity so no need to worry about cracking. It's also non-porous, stain-free, and easy to clean!
Another great brand for glass countertops is the anti-scratch satin glass countertops from Studio G3 Glass. Their glass features a special coating that they put on it that helps withstand harsh conditions.
Glass Recycled Surfaces which just as the name implies, uses recycled glass bottles and discarded porcelain fixtures in their surfaces. According to the company they mix 80% recycled product and 20% epoxy resin to produce the countertops, flooring, and landscape materials. They have over 400 options to choose from as well as customizable options.
Now this last company (CARVART) uses curated glass for different applications which includes countertops, cabinets, backsplashes, flooring, doors, and furniture. They even have magnetic glass that turns surfaces into display boards and writable glass where you can leave notes, how cool is that?! They also offer different effects ranging from paper to metallic that can be used throughout a project such as in cabinet inserts and even custom shower enclosures.
And even though this company doesn't sell glass countertops it's still a great company for coutnertops if you want to go beyond your granite/quartz. CafeCountertops offers solid wood tops in oversized lengths that are available in all woods aside from your typical maple.
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