Each counter is made with it’s own unique form and different material. A counter could be cut from a natural stone or manufactured in a factory. It could be made from wood, the designing as butcher block or plank form. It might possibly be plywood with laminate coating the surface. Other options are tiles or stainless steel wrapping it. It might also have concrete poured into it. And those are just a few of some of the most popular choices for counter types.
Tile countertops have been very popular due to its versatility.
The option for colors is very wide, and there are many textures and finishes with many possible decorative designs.
Tile countertops are available in many styles and materials–including ceramic, glass, stone, steel, concrete. But not all tile is suitable for counter tops. You’ll most likely want something smooth, hard, and dense.
Tile countertops can be edged in wood or metal but most often have matching trim tile on the outskirts of the counter top. Grout grooves make for an irregular exterior, so no matter what material you chose, you might want to have a cutting board handy and perhaps a thick strip of marble for rolling dough. Glazed ceramic tile is the most selected preference. It’s enduring, resistant to heat or water, and easily maintained. But the grout between tiles is less resistant and can require an occasional sealing.
Tile is one of the least expensive options for slab counters. All counter tops are priced by square foot ,and one square foot of granite tile is more expensive then the basic ceramic tile, but it costs a lot less then a slab