See how mixing different countertop surfaces can improve your kitchen with this tip from Executive Editor Jessica S. Thuston.
[MUSIC] When designing a kitchen, consider mixing different counter top surfaces in the same room. It's best to mix and match your different countertop surfaces, but don't use more than two. In this kitchen, on the island, we have hardwoods but it's also nice to consider mixing your countertop edges as well. On the island, there's a very simple, straight profile edge. And all of the surrounding countertops have white marble, which has an ogee edge, which is a little bit more sophisticated and polished.