Concrete Countertop Ideas
Browse this collection of beautiful concrete countertops to see why they're a popular choice.
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Many homeowners opt to pour their own concrete counters. The materials are inexpensive and require few tools. These homeowners ran out of concrete so they added this inset of butcher block to their island, creating a beautiful juxtaposition.
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Combine Concrete Colors
The homeowner mixed, formed, tinted, and poured the concrete for the island top and counters in this kitchen. They used two different colors, as shown here.
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Contemporary Concrete Countertop
Concrete kitchen countertops combine with rift-cut oak cabinetry and glass tile to evoke a warm, contemporary style.
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Polished Concrete Countertop
The edges of this counter were ground to reveal interior texture and the entire slabs were waxed and polished with carnauba wax.
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Industrial Kitchen Countertop
Because these homeowners love to cook, professional-grade appliances were a priority. Concrete countertops are a perfect complement to the stainless-steel appliances and industrial hardware on the cabinetry.
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Tinted Concrete Countertop
Because concrete can be tinted virtually any color, it's a great option if you want your kitchen to make a splash. Infusing color everywhere, including the countertops, can create a bold, unique space.
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Curved Concrete Top
This one-piece curved concrete top had to be molded in the adjoining family room and carried into the kitchen.
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Concrete-Top Central Island
Because professionally installed concrete countertops are expensive, the homeowners limited the concrete surface to this central island and installed it themselves.