A kitchen is a very functional space where you cook, wash, clean, eat and much more, that’s why kitchen decor should be not only stylish but also practical. A kitchen can look old-fashioned or tasteless if the countertops aren’t chosen right. Kitchen countertops can be also trendy or not trendy, and add chic to your space making it bolder and be functional for everything you wanna do on them. Here are three kitchen countertop trends you may consider to make your kitchen awesome.
Concrete is one of the best materials to make a backsplash or a countertop as it has a lot of advantages. First of all, it instantly brings a modern feel and is very trendy and it’s great not only for industrial or minimalist spaces, it’s used in many other kitchens, too: in modern, art deco, vintage and so on. Concrete has lots of different looks: it can get any shapes, stains, textures and finishes, so you’ll be able to find something proper for any style of the kitchen. Concrete isn’t expensive, comparing it to other solutions and can be even DIYed.
a rustic industrial kitchen with black cabinets and concrete countertops touches of light-colored wood
an industrial kitchen with dark metal cabinets and a concrete countertop a backsplash
a serene contemporary space with light-colored wooden cabinets, upper white ones and concrete countertops
a natural contemporary space with light-colored wooden cabinets and concrete countertops backsplashes
a minimalist industrial kitchen of light-colored wood with concrete countertops metal touches
a contemporary teal and white kitchen is spruced up with a cocnrete countertop and a white tile backsplash
a luxurious kitchen of wood and copper with a concrete backsplash and countertops
white kitchen with concrete countertops that add color and a texture to the space
an industrial space of rough wood, stainless steel and concrete countertops for a tough look
Granite used to be and perhaps still is the most popular kitchen countertop option. Granite has a rich beauty and a natural appeal that not many materials can reach. With more than 20 shades of granite to work with, you’ll find one that blends perfectly with your kitchen cabinets, flooring and walls. Granite is a very hard substance and is not susceptible to scratches. Granite resists heat too, so its use near a range or cooktop is ideal. Granite can be very resistant to stains and won’t absorb liquids when it is properly sealed. A good professional installer will be able to seal it correctly so that it maintains its attractive good looks indefinitely, or you can do it yourself.
an ultra-modern kitchen in navy and white with chic granite marble-style countertops
a white rustic kitchen with brown granite countertops and a tile backsplash for a chic look
black cabinets, light-colored wooden shelves and brown countertops make up a chic kitchen
a contemporary space of light-colored wood and a grey granite kitchen island for a fresh feel
a chic art-deco inspired kitchen with black cabinets, touches of gold and marble-style granite countertops
a dark grene kitchen with marble-style granite countertops that refresh the look
a contrasting black and white kitchen with black granite countertops and touches of wood
a coastal kitchen with white wooden cabinets and black granite countertops that add depth to the space
countertops are classics; they give any kitchen a warmth that can’t be achieved by any other countertop material. There are many types of wood to choose from, you may go light-colored, rich-colored or dark-stained countertops and try edgy finishes. Wood counters go well with all styles from traditional to contemporary. Wood is an excellent work surface: The edges on your cutlery will last longer than if working on granite or concrete.
a grey kitchen with a white tile backsplash and butcher block countertops for a chic look
a gorgeous muted blue kitchen with butcher block countertops and matching wooden beams on the ceiling
a minimalist white kitchen with a chevron clad butcher block countertop for a creative look