TRENDS WE LOVE: Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Countertops
Posted July 16, 2012 at 12:00 pm
by Danae DeShazer« back to blog main page
Whether you make going green a trend or a lifestyle, we’ve got the perfect addition to your eco-friendly kitchen. Vetrazzo uses recycled bottles and jars to create beautiful countertops that are both unique and chic.
Glass countertops have a solid and non-porous surface, which makes them both practical and durable. Their design is stunning, complimenting a sleek kitchen with style. It is also resistant to heat and scratches, and is said to become more beautiful with wear (hard to believe, huh?).
Choose from a variety of designs to suit your taste, from the Mediterranean blue Cobalt Skyy (which, believe it or not, is made from recycled Skyy Vodka bottles!) to the glamorous and refined Hollywood Sage (pictured - made from “Georgia Green” bottles used for soft drinks or white wines).
Who knew “waste” could turn into something so stylish?
Want to see more styles? Click here to view Vetrazzo’s color palettes.
Call Affinity Kitchen & Bath in Sarasota, FL for your countertop makeover consultation - (941) 953-3240 - or find them online at SRQ-Kitchens.com
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