Mix me a countertop

For a creative work surface, concrete is a blank slate for color, texture, even light

Posted: June 23, 2012 at 2:35 a.m.

Concrete countertops can have jagged edges designed to emulate rock and stone or can be smooth, sleek and modern.

Industrial kitchens are all the rage. Just look at the number of stainless-steel refrigerators, dishwashers and stoves on the market today. So it makes sense that another industrial material — concrete — would also be on the rise.

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