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I want to do some upgrades to our old American Foursquare home kitchen, bath and entry but I want to do it with sustainable materials and pr

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When first renovated the kitchen 15 years ago, we kept the original wood cabinets and underneath the old laminate countertop was the original wood countertop which was refinished. The sink area 54 3/8" wide and the 2 small counters on each side of the stove (16 " each) were just finished in another laminate. I want to replace the laminate surfaces with a sustainable "green" countertop as well as the sink and fauces (sink is single basin 25 x 22 outside dimensions). We are also redoing the entryway floors and walls. Suggestions? Price is a concern although we would pay more for "greener" and good quality options.




 

 

When first renovated the kitchen 15 years ago, we kept the original wood cabinets and underneath the old laminate countertop was the original wood countertop which was refinished. The sink area 54 3/8" wide and the 2 small counters on each side of the stove (16 " each) were just finished in another laminate. I want to replace the laminate surfaces with a sustainable "green" countertop as well as the sink and fauces (sink is single basin 25 x 22 outside dimensions). We are also redoing the entryway floors and walls. Suggestions? Price is a concern although we would pay more for "greener" and good quality options.

If you are careful about not putting hot pots on your counter top, you could consider richlite counters which are made from compressed recycled paper. They are relatively inexpensive and...


 

 

 
 
 

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