Kitchen table may give your space a different look as besides being functional, they also have decorative value. You can choose materials such as Wood, stone, quartz, metal for the kitchen table. We have a much trendier and cooler idea – concrete tables! They give a cool modern feel to any kitchen and work well for such a functional space. Let me share more of the advantages of this table and even some disadvantages as well, to make it right.
Pros Of Concrete Countertops
Concrete tables can be used almost any kitchen, from minimalist and industrial. That’s obvious to a modern farmhouse and kitchen as it can be shaped to your liking. With other countertop materials, you are often limited to the colors and styles available, but concrete offers a wide range of more options. Broken glass, stone, shells, and even fiber optic lamps can be embedded.
Black farmhouse kitchen with concrete table, white tile backsplash as well as stainless steel appliances.
Black farmhouse kitchen with concrete table and white backsplash til plus stained wood shelves.
A contemporary kitchen with stained wooden cabinets, open shelves with built-in lamps and concrete countertops is a slick idea.
The black kitchen of the farmhouse with concrete tables, white skinny tile backsplash as well as lightly stained open shelves.
Gorgeous contemporary kitchen with sleek cabinetry, concrete countertops, fabulous wooden and metal shelves.
Modern kitchen with coral walls, light stained cabient, concrete table, black pendant lamp and some shelves.
Minimalist light stained kitchen with thick concrete countertops, wooden shelves as well as stainless steel appliances.
Modern industrial kitchen with white cabinetry and rugged wooden kitchen island, concrete coutnertop, wooden beams and pendant lamps.
Modern kitchen with green walls, white cabinets, thick cocnrete tables and stainless steel appliances and pendant lamps.
White kitchen with cocnrete table, white tile backsplash as well as chic black handles.
Cons Of Concrete Countertops
Concrete is a high-end material when used on kitchen tables, and requires the skills of trained technicians, so you probably won’t be able to make it yourself.
If you are averse to regular maintenance, then concrete may not be for you. Concrete does require annual resealing, at a minimum. Concrete can also easily get stains and they will be hard to remove.