We are not sure how this trend began, but concrete tables have sprung up in all types of kitchens from modern to traditional. And for us, it’s easy to understand why. For many do-it-yourselfers, this is relatively easy to install. For those who are budget minded, it’s cheaper than natural stone while having many of the same enduring qualities. Learn how concrete countertops can infuse style and function in your kitchen.
1. Charcoal Gray Concrete Kitchen Countertops
There are several ways you can change the color of concrete. Here is an example in a modern kitchen by the UK-based Project Paper House. A pigment mixed into the concrete before arrangement gives this charcoal gray color a dark Color.
2. Concrete Countertops Add Function and Style
Function and style define this traditional kitchen by Rosa Beltran Design based in Los Angeles, California. Concrete countertops offset Moroccan backsplash tiles. Classic shaker style cabinets provide plenty of storage space. Vintage-inspired task lighting gives industry excellence.
3. Luxurious Kitchen With Concrete Countertops
Yes, beautiful concrete surfaces work in this luxurious cooking room by Anthony Wilder Architecture and Interiors based in Cabin John, Maryland. Sharpened countedop counterbalances shiny gray subway backsplash. The crown jewel in space is the ice blue range by Lacanche.
4. Concrete Countertop in a Sleek and Modern Kitchen
Here, E2 Architecture and Interiors out of London, England adds a concrete table to an island in a modern kitchen. Rough surfaces give an attractive texture to slender spaces.
5. Concrete Countertops in an Elegant Kitchen
If you think concrete countertops won’t work in an elegant setting, this Swedish kitchen that looks at Alvhem will prove you wrong. Thick slabs of honed concrete are paired with a traditional white cabinet. For unexpected pop beautiful homeowners cover the walls with floral wallpapers. Backsplash glass protects it from splashes and stains.
6. Concrete Countertop in a Contemporary Kitchen
Holmes Hole Builders located in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts combines several different decorating styles in this kitchen. Reclaimed wooden walls, characteristic of modern farmhouse styles, frame the kitchen. Concrete countertops add industrial advantage to traditional cabinets. Ultra modern appliances such as a double door stainless steel refrigerator add functionality and value to the cooking room.
7. Concrete and Recycled Glass Countertops
This is an eco-friendly kitchen built in a house built by Pinnacle Custom Builders from Decatur, Georgia. All ingredients in the cooking room are zero VOC. Stylish countertops are a mixture of recycled concrete and glass in a style called Emerald Coast by Vetrazzo. Yellow Cabinets is 100 percent recycled content.
8. Retro Industrial Kitchen With Concrete Countertops
White subway tiles, natural wood shelves, and concrete surfaces provide this cooking space by Greenwich, an interior design firm based in Connecticut, Garden Designs with a distinctive retro industrial vibe. On the right is a small dining area with a concrete counter mounted on the wall and four counters of the Arteriors Henson counter.