This surface exudes class. However, because of the high cost, it’s not often used throughout an entire kitchen.
To get the luxurious look, Marie-Eve Beaudoin of Poirier Kitchens suggests using it on an island or as an inset at a baking centre or nook for pastries and desserts.
You see it a lot in magazines, because it is very beautiful, Beaudoin says, adding they don’t install it often in kitchens because it stains easily. Elegant, waterproof and heatproof. Porous, stains easily unless professionally sealed, can scratch.
$50 to $200 per square foot,