Diy granite countertops in green color is not only attractive and trendy, but is also a tough, versatile design element for all parts of the house. When most people think of granite surfaces, they think of kitchen countertops, but there are so many ways to incorporate the natural beauty of granite into your home. Granite surfaces are durable, decorative and relatively inexpensive, so be creative. In the kitchen the kitchen table is the classic place for granite as it provides a heat and dirt repellent surface that will not scar or show shear marks. Despite its popularity in the kitchen, granite makes a fantastic bathroom vanity top so well.
Granite’s smooth, cool surface contributes to relaxation while adding a touch of luxury and is not easily damaged by hot curling iron or hair color. Diy granite countertops is easily cut into basins, which can either be integrated into a granite countertop or sufficient as a stand-alone decorative feature. Granite sinks are relatively cheap and will not stain, blister or crack the way stainless steel or porcelain sinks will, and the polished finish never decreases. If the budget is not a problem, consider a granite bathtub. In addition to offering the same practical benefits as a granite sink, a granite tub serves in the middle of a luxury bathroom and can even add to home value.
Diy granite countertops is often cut into tiles of different sizes, from 1×1-inch mosaic tiles to 16×16 inch floor tiles, and you can buy it raw, tumbled, smooth and polished. Green granite tiles make a nice foyer or front room, but you can also use it as floors for a whole room, either alone or offset with a different color. Many kitchens have a granite tile backsplash to match counter tops, and if a granite bathtub is out of your price range, consider using granite tiles in the shower area. Adding felt feet to a single granite tile makes it the perfect coaster to the living room.