20 Beautiful Kitchen Designs Incorporating Concrete

When most people think of concrete, they imagine driveways, sidewalks, among other outdoor structures, however, concrete is no longer just a slab of sidewalk or source of outdoor building material. It has migrated into the home and is now often used as a part of the design element for kitchens and other are accessories throughout the home. Concrete is strong, durable, and relatively affordable to use in the kitchen, plus it gives a modern look to the room and can be a big re-sell factor for your home. If you have often thought of using concrete as a design element in your kitchen but aren’t sure how to incorporate it into your existing design theme, here are some ideas on how you can add the look of concrete into the most popular room in your home, your kitchen.

Flooring

While many kitchens are often designed using tile, hardwood or laminates on the floor, there are a lot of homeowners who have discovered the durability and versatility of concrete in their kitchen, including as a flooring option. Concrete has taken on a whole new look and has given a new dimension to the kitchen. With farmhouse, country chic becoming one of the most popular forms of home décor, concrete flooring is a great way to give your kitchen that extra boost in this look. Or if a more modern, industrial theme is what you prefer, you can’t go wrong with the use of concrete, especially in the flooring department. Concrete is one of the most cost efficient materials above other flooring options. It’s durable, easy to maintain and offers a wide variety of design options to fit your style and taste.

Countertops

Concrete countertops are commonly seen in kitchens, today. The counters are typically the centerpiece of the kitchen and attract the eye the second you walk into the room. You want your counters to act as a multi-functional surface, from beautifying your kitchen, to serving the purpose of being reliable and durable for cooking and food preparation. Concrete countertops add drama and character to a kitchen, whether you have a smaller kitchen with just a few countertops top cover, or a large kitchen with many counters, and a center island.

Other ways to incorporate concrete

Range hoods are a great way to incorporate concrete into your kitchen to add a unique and dramatic effect. If you are trying to create an overall, industrial look to the kitchen, having one wall of concrete as an accent wall, can really add visual appeal. You can warm up the wall by using warmer woods and warm textures throughout the room.

For more ways to incorporate concrete into your kitchen, take a look at the following 20 beautiful kitchen designs that incorporate concrete.

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