Granite Kitchen worktops, where the granite comes from Granite, mostly known for the stone used in common granite worktops, are igneous rocks formed by slowly cooling pockets of magma trapped beneath the earth’s surface. It can form to become a part of continental crust layers made up of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks which form the areas of shallow seabed close to the shore.
Crema Valencia Marble Kitchen Worktop and Wall Cladding A couple of weeks ago we installed this beautiful Crema Valencia Marble kitchen worktop in Oxford. The client went with kitchen worktops, a wall cladding behind the cooker and a kitchen island. Crema Valencia is a dark to light orange marble from Spain. It’s vein is quite irregular, but that’s what makes the Crema Valencia a unique type of marble.
A typical kitchen in today’s household has – since at least the early twentieth century – comprised a continuous kitchen worktop surface punctuated with elements such as sinks and perhaps spaces for appliances. Beneath the kitchen worktop you will usually find base structures that comprise cabinets, shelves and drawers. You may also have other features and elements, such as an “island” in the middle of the kitchen, similarly comprising a kitchen worktop with cabinetry beneath it, or a breakfast bar – also comprised of a similar surface to the standard […]