When I first saw this glass countertop, I started to daydream. The translucent material has a fluid element and pleasant look of the icy cold, clear water of the Swiss Alps. I know that using glass on a kitchen counter is unconventional and might not be to everyone’s taste. But, being non-porous, glass countertops are low maintenance, stain proof and very hygienic, especially around a sink. Glass is easy to clean and won’t stain but, of course, it’s essential to be careful not to drop heavy objects in the vicinity.
Glass is a surprisingly good choice next to a range or oven since heat won’t crack or scorch, especially since counters like these are extremely thick — 1.5 inches or more. This fabrication, from ThinkGlass, can be lit from below, textured or embellished on the surface. The fabricator not only makes gorgeous counters and backsplashes for kitchens and baths, they also design shower doors and surrounds, flooring, walls and stairs. Their unique molding process allows unconstrained thickness options and even colors can vary. Cost varies based on overall size, thickness or if any artistic details are included.
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