Kitchen work tops and cladding.
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When the creeping chill of winter is poking long fingers through the letterbox and under the doors, the appeal of a bit of Mediterranean sun can’t be overestimated. Choosing warm, sunny colours for your stone tiles can make stepping into it feel like a treat – particularly if you’ve got underfloor heating!
In five years time, what will you wish you’d done now? The question is often asked by time management experts, but it applies even more to home design and renovation projects. Caught up in the heat of the moment, it’s easy to get swayed by trendy furnishings or cut a corner to save costs – but would your future self thank you?
You’ve probably heard that stone worktops are better for baking. You may even have heard that top pastry chefs use marble worktops or marble slabs in their kitchens, despite the fact that it’s simpler to meet health and safety regulations with stainless steel. If professionals are willing to spend time, money and effort on something, that’s a clear sign its worthwhile. But why, exactly, is a marble worktop better than a wooden or stainless steel one?