If granite isn’t the stone for you, you’re underwhelmed by solid surface worktops and have qualms about quartz, then ceramic worktops are well worth your attention. Ceramic can be styled in a number of different ways, making it a flexible option for your kitchen and breakfast bar area. This post will run through some ways in which you can make sure your ceramic worktop is a cutting-edge style statement that’ll last for decades.
Ceramic has been used for centuries to create beautiful works of art and interior design. A typical colouring for a classical ceramic look is white, and it remains one of our most popular ceramic worktop styles. Just think of how beautiful and modern your kitchen could look under the lights with a pristine white surface to prepare food on!
White surfaces need to be kept extra-clean, however, as any speck of dirt or dust can be seen clearly, but taking pride in your kitchen means it can retain its luxury, while also providing all the practicality you need.
For more on how best to clean your kitchen worktops, read our worktop care guide here.
Pristine kitchen island
An iceberg floating in the calm sea that is your kitchen. A space for utmost concentration for your kitchen craft. Or just a hard-wearing surface the whole family can get around for breakfast.
A ceramic kitchen island can be all of these things, and most kitchen inspiration posts you’ll come across online place a lot of emphasis on this style choice. If space permits, an island could be just what your kitchen is missing. If you’re thinking of opting for this addition, make sure you’ve measured out your space correctly so there’s enough room to move around the island, as an improperly positioned kitchen island can ruin even the most opulent of kitchen upgrades.
Neolith worktops are a market leader in ceramic innovation and are ideal for those of you looking for a stone-look worktop. It’s manufactured in such a way that it combines the toughness of a granite worktop with the chemical stability of silicon, all while being comprised of 100% natural material.
If you’re looking for a cutting-edge, high-tech material, then Neolith ceramic worktops should be at the top of your shopping list.
Elsewhere in the home
Bear with us… Ceramic surfaces aren’t just confined to the kitchen. In fact, the only confines are your imagination, as ceramic can be used in your bathroom, as part of a home bar or in a utility room as a hard-wearing yet stylish manual workspace.
A burgeoning trend in modern home design is a ‘transterior’ space, i.e one that straddles the border between indoor and outdoor, and it’s very easy to capture this style while using ceramic worktops. An outdoor kitchen could be a unique venue for a summer barbeque, and a section of ceramic surface could be perfect as a long-lasting outdoor table for long summer evenings of al fresco dining.
Whatever your ceramic style wishes, we’ll work as hard as we can to turn them into a reality. If you’ve been inspired to take the plunge and invest in a ceramic kitchen worktop, then take a look at our online quote estimator and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where you’ll be connected with an expert advisor.