What's "in" for work-surfaces? Metropolitan types help me please!

(4 Posts)
cathyandclaire Wed 29-Jan-14 15:35:01

We have a flat in London, it's let but we may be selling later this year. We need to replace the old rotten work-surface, it's a tiny kitchen in a tiny flat in an expensive-ish part of London, so need it to look good but be tenant-proof for the next six months! So WWYD...Corian, granite... or is there some new fangled stuff that hasn't made it up to us in Yorkshire yet?

poppycarew Wed 29-Jan-14 19:31:26

stainless steel , if it goes with rest of kitchen ?

dontcallmemam Wed 29-Jan-14 20:02:53

Composite like Silestone?

cathyandclaire Sat 01-Feb-14 09:58:11

Love the composite Silestone/Lunastone, very tempted by the dark grey concrete colour. I like stainless steel too and it would go but when we had it before it drove me mad with scratching.

Anyone have ANY idea how much the composite is per linear metre? ( anything approximate will do) No amount of googling has produced a price.

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