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Tile countertops can be rich in old-world charm or masquerade as Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets luxe stone slabs. Whether you're seeking affordable first-rate durability or you're a DIYer ready to tackle a kitchen makeover, tile countertops might be the right surface for you. "The basics: Typically either ceramic or stone, tile is adhered in thinset mortar on a tile backer board and grouted into place.Stone tiles are made of the same material found in slabs, like marble and granite, but at a fraction of the cost. Common sizes used for kitchen counters include 12- by 12-inch squares and mini slabs that are 18 inches wide by counter depth. Grout lines are often minimized to mask the material’s smaller size.Any ceramic tile that you might choose for your backsplash can be used for your countertop. Glazed tile is best for a Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets nonporous surface.Cost: $10 to $50 per square foot installed for ceramic tile; $30 to $70 per square foot installed for stone tile. Advantages: Tile countertops deliver top-notch durability at bargain prices. Also, this is the one countertop with some DIY potential. Tile can stand up to both heat and knives, though a cutting board is recommended — not to protect the tile but to protect your knives from this unyielding surface." This South Carolina family found their dream house 14 years ago. The only problem? The cramped kitchen was not conducive to cooking, entertaining or spending time together as a family. “They want this to be their forever home,” designer Heidi Huddleston says. “A place they can grow old together and where the kids will come back one day with their own children.” The house worked in all areas, except the kitchen. The tight quarters and old appliances made it hard for the mom to whip up specialty meals such as the Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets family favorite Frogmore stew, a low country classic. "“After” photos by Kim Graham AFTER: To solve this, Huddleston knocked down a wall to connect the heart of the home with an adjacent living room, added a cheery island where the whole brood could congregate during and after meals, and covered almost every inch of wall area with hardworking cabinetry to create the ideal space for cooking and gathering. “We talked a lot about efficiency,” Huddleston says. “And we wanted there to be a good flow.” The first order of business was opening up the space. The designer and family went back and forth on whether to knock down the wall that separated the kitchen from the living room, but the client finally Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets accepted the idea of having an area where the family would spend quality time together. “I won’t push my clients to do anything they don’t want to do,” she says. “It ultimately has to work for them.”Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCAt first, the homeowners worried that the 8-foot island would get in the way, but it has become a focal point of the home, providing extra storage and space for the kids to do homework. Pro tip: Adding furniture-style feet to the corners of an island ensures that it looks homey, not commercial, while elements such as brass provide a lived-in feel. Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCPro tip: Design a space that works for your needs. “She really uses everything, so we made sure to add cabinets next to the sink, range and on either Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets side of the fridge,” Huddleston says. This allows the cook to place things where they are most convenient. Pro tip: Dovetailed drawers are strong enough to hold everyday dishes in a place that is easy for kids to access, so they can help set the table and put away the dishes.Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCPro tip: A pullout storage rack holds overflow pantry goods. You could also use it as a designated spot for baking supplies or things that need to be accessed every day.Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCPro tip: Some elements of the room should be functional and decorative. The homeowner loves to collect china but Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets didn’t have a good spot to showcase her treasures in the old kitchen. Huddleston commissioned a custom mullion, where the Canton patterns shine, as well as glass cabinetry near the ceiling to show off some of the family’s prized possessions. “To her, china is art,” Huddleston says. “We wanted to show it off as such.”Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCPro tip: Quartz countertops resemble some of the qualities of marble but are easier to maintain. They chose a white surface with subtle veining, which keeps the surfaces from looking cold or sterile.Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCPro tip: If you plan to replace the sink, keep it in Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets the same location to avoid extra plumbing expenses. Pro tip: For family homes, Huddleston recommends not putting the microwave over the range. “It’s one of the first things we teach kids in the kitchen — how to reheat food or make the popcorn for movie night,” she says. “We don’t want little ones reaching over ranges.” Instead, she designed a Ready Assembled Kitchen Cabinets drawer into the island where the microwave could be stored at a kid-friendly height and next to the dishes."