New Trend: Concrete Countertops

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Designer: Freedom Kitchens | Caesarstone: Sleek Concrete

We all know that the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s also the hub of culinary creativity. More and more homeowners are moving away from the manufactured look of laminates and choosing materials that are inimitable and timeless. People are wanting materials that are solid and forgiving. Countertops made from concrete are the latest trend in kitchen designs. And homeowners are discovering that this aesthetic can be achieved through quartz and still express individuality, design preference, and even cooking style.

Designer: Smarter Bathrooms + Kitchens | Caesarstone: Raw Concrete

A major pro with concrete counters is the design aspect. Concrete looks modern and bold but doesn’t interfere with the design of the kitchen. Another positive is that you can choose a color mix to match a specific kitchen design element, such as a tile, a swatch of fabric or a favorite piece of china.

Designer: K2 Projects & Big House Little House | Caesarstone: Sleek Concrete

Concrete countertops are gaining popularity even in bathrooms. Quartz Concrete countertops feature the warmth of stone with a durability that makes quartz so popular. Typical concrete counters can easily crack and are a constant source of worry - but quartz eliminates this worry!

Designer: Riverstone Custom Homes | Caesarstone: Raw Concrete

Concrete countertops, whether complimenting an industrial design or acting as a neutral palate for the overall kitchen design, are a great choice for their flexibility, durability, and draw-dropping visual appeal.

For more concrete inspiration: How to Have an Efficient Kitchen With No Uppers | 7 Impeccable Minimalistic Kitchen Designs

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