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What you need to know about countertops

New countertops can change the entire aesthetic of your kitchen, sometimes alleviating the need for a complete remodel. This is a huge help when the budget only allows for taking on a remodel one piece at a time. Investing in new counters is so much more than that, though. It can be an investment in your future and, depending on the material you choose for those counters, it could be years before you ever have to do it again. With lots of materials to choose from, you should make sure to research each one thoroughly, so you’ll meet your requirements as closely as possible.

Interiors By Jayme has been assisting customers with interior design and remodeling for over 60 years. With some of the best materials available, and a professional and knowledgeable staff to assist you, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for, and maybe even more. From our showroom in Burien, Washington, we proudly serve the areas of Burien, Normandy Park, Seattle, Bellevue, and Redmond. We invite you to visit our showroom, where we’ll be able to show you a wide variety of products that are likely to meet all your needs. We’d love to assist you in your next project.

Countertops made especially for you

You will obviously have some set requirements for your own countertops. These should reflect not only what you want aesthetically speaking, but should also be based on what they’ll be used for overall. For instance, will you be doing meal prep directly on the counter? Will your counters double as an extra workspace for school projects, garden projects, or specialty tasks? While one type of counter may work well for one thing, it might not be great for all the others, so make sure to consult your sales specialist.
Countertops in Burien, WA area from Interiors By Jayme
There are a wide variety of materials to choose from when it comes to your countertops. Natural stone is a popular material, as are stainless steel, concrete, butcher block and more. Each material has its own characteristics, so it’s likely one will be far better than the others for your own unique needs. Be sure to consider your needs for maintenance, upkeep, and daily cleaning.

You should also consider how well your countertops blend in with the rest of your decor. Backsplashes and wall accents can be added, to really show them off, and cabinetry often plays a big role as well.