How To Get The Concrete Look In Your Kitchen Without The Maintenance
Concrete countertops seem to be the shining star of kitchen design right now. With a cool urban feel, they can add instant modernity to a dated kitchen. They fit into a menagerie of styles: industrial, rustic, minimalist, the list goes on! However, concrete also comes with its own drawbacks such as potential warping and misshaping, difficult installation, and a high level of maintenance to prevent staining.
Fortunately, Caesarstone has different colors in quartz that have the look of concrete without the downfalls.
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And, like all Caesarstone products, their surfaces comes with a lifetime warranty, are stain resistant (no sealing involved!), and non-porous making it more sanitary and easier to clean. Let’s take a look at some of the beautiful ways this concrete alternative has been applied.
- (left image) This traditional kitchen is has a modern touch with a lovely island countertop in Raven by Kate Jackson design.
- (right image) This seamless kitchen has clean straight angles everywhere you look, and is accented with a touch of quartz in the Caesarstone color: Concrete.
- The image above features Caesarstone’s Pebble color - the lighter shade of concrete keeps the kitchen feeling light and airy.
- Below is perhaps my favorite image of the bunch. I love how the Concrete color used here acts as a nice frame to the beautiful white cabinetry and open shelving.
- (top image) These Concrete countertops play beautifully against a darker tile backsplash.
See more Caesarstone projects using their Concrete color by clicking through to our pin board below.