With so many different varieties of marble that are available from all over the world, it can be difficult to make the final choice on which is the best stone to use in your kitchen. Of course, all lifestyles and kitchens are different. That means that the best marble for a kitchen countertop in one house might not be the best one in another home. We will be taking a close look at various marbles for different kinds of kitchens to help you know which ones you should be looking out for.
If you have a busy kitchen with all of your family members doing a lot of cooking, you need to have a good worktop that matches this. Although marble is very hard-wearing when it is sealed and is able to take plenty of activity as well as acid spills such as vinegar or lemon, a whitish mark can be left. So for really busy kitchens (especially when there are children who are learning how to cook), you should stick with whiter hues since accidents will not be as visible. Some of the best varieties are Carraras and Arabescatos which provide a classic aesthetic.