Additions and Renovation - Oley, PA
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Etches and solutionsAcidic substances like milk, fruit, juice and alcohol will sometimes cause both etching and staining – a double whammy. If you are successful in removing the stain and want to attack the etching, the MIA suggests wetting the surface with water and sprinkling on marble polishing powder. Rub the powder into the stone with a damp cloth or use a buffing pad with a low-speed power drill or polisher. Continue buffing until the etch mark disappears and the marble surface shines. Honing may be required for deep etching. “If your counter does end up staining, you can have a professional come in and take the sealer and the stain off,” Laney says. “But what’s going to happen is you are going to end up with a honed countertop, because you can’t re-polish the installed marble like you would at the fabricators or the stone suppliers.”
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Low key: Low key colors, on the other hand, range from mid-tone to black hues. I chose to go with a less aggressive example of a low key space. However, I do feel this space follows the scheme. The bottom half of this kitchen which includes the cabinetry and the island all have a creamy white color to them as for the top half, it is a little more shady with the dark brown beams of wood and the range hood. As well as the brown flooring. There is still light in this kitchen but also has a low key hue making it a quiet space where one can cook in peace.