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8 Innovative Concrete Countertop Ideas

Concrete countertops offer versatility in design and can be customized to suit various styles and preferences. Here are some concrete countertop ideas to consider.


Collage of restaurant with pink concrete countertops. 

Color Variations

Concrete countertops can be colored in various hues, ranging from neutral tones like gray, beige, or white to bolder colors like blue, green, or black. Integrating pigments or stains into the concrete mix allows for a wide spectrum of color options.

Bar Avant restaurant in the Olly Olly Market in the Starlett Lehigh Building in Chelsea, New York City places pink concrete countertops at the center of their design.

Modern kitchen with textured concrete countertops and green tile backsplash.

Textured Finishes

Experiment with different textures like smooth, polished surfaces or more tactile finishes such as a matte or semi-glossy surface. Techniques like acid etching, sandblasting, or adding aggregates (like glass chips, shells, or stones) can create unique textures.


Curved concrete countertops with textured profile. 

Edge Profiles 

Concrete countertops can have various edge profiles, such as straight, bullnose, beveled, or customized designs. The edge detailing can significantly impact the overall aesthetic. 


Close up of concrete table with embedded design. 

Embedded Elements

You can embed various elements within the concrete, such as decorative stones, tiles, metal accents, or even personal items like coins, shells, or mementos, to add character and uniqueness.

At Pinhoti Peak, a house in the Appalachian mountains imagined by Chip Wade, the family wanted to incorporate a personal element that helped them remember where the project began. On a family outing, they kept seeing trail markers for the Pinhoti trail. Pinhoti is a Creek Indian word meaning “turkey habitat". Trueform added three feathers to their concrete dining table to bring the project full circle.

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Airport kiosk with concrete walls with embossed logo. 

Inlays and Patterns

Create intricate designs or patterns by using inlays or templates. For instance, geometric patterns, logos, or artistic designs can be embedded or carved onto the surface.

This wine kiosk in a busy airport features textured concrete with embossing. The deeply embossed brand logo makes a big impact and is hard to miss but remains classy and elegant.


Collage of concrete countertops with built in elements like a towel rack and drainboard. 

Integral Sinks, Drainboards, and More

Incorporating sinks or drainboards directly into the concrete countertop design creates a seamless and visually appealing look. It also provides functionality and ease of maintenance. Any functional feature you want to include can be done with your custom concrete countertops.

Concrete countertop bar created in a custom shape with cut out.

Customized Shapes and Sizes

Concrete countertops can be customized to fit unique shapes and sizes, including curved or irregular designs, allowing for creativity and personalization.

Wooden bar top on a concrete bar face in a restaurant.

Integration with Other Materials

Combine concrete with other materials like wood, metal, or glass to create contrast and visual interest. For instance, incorporating wooden inserts or metal accents can add a touch of warmth or industrial style to the concrete surface.

Our Woodform Concrete looks like wood but is made of the same material as the countertop. Going with a concrete look-alike gives you the durability and longevity of concrete with the elegance of wood.

When considering concrete countertops, it's crucial to work with experienced professionals who specialize in concrete fabrication to ensure the desired outcome in terms of aesthetics, durability, and functionality.


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