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Great Rooms Designers & Builders
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Should I use dar, med or light color tile back splash. Lastly, I am very very rough on my kitchen counters and I love love to cook. I would love concrete countertops, but know tthat is not realistic-what do you recommmend?? Thanks, Judy
Love the concrete counters. How durable are they and maintenance?
Concerned about maintenance of concrete and where can
What kind of countertops are these? I love the matte finish on them.
sealer is a key component to concrete countertops. Make sure that you know exactly what they are using and how to take care of it.
what is the cost per foot for a concrete counter top and what limitations does it present if any compared to granite and quartz?
Concrete is great because you can do
“Concrete counters” — Leigh Fassler
Natalie Myers
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kitchen
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What concrete mixture is it? Where can you get it?
I have used it in my own designs. The same white cabinets and concrete tops take on a more modern look once you pair them with stacked subway tiles and European bar pulls for the cabinets. Tip: Concrete countertops can be precast or field fabricated (made at the site). The precast version is made by
by taking exact measurements of your kitchen cabinets and pouring the concrete off-site. This version is less messy but can take up to 2 weeks. The field fabricated version is quicker (3-4 days) because chemicals are added to make it cure faster. If you are doing a remodel in a home you are occupying
“color.” — Karen Trzaska
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Concrete Counter top that looks like granite
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Concrete Counter top that looks like granite
Were these countertops prefabricated by a company? Are they acid stained?
That's concrete, but a similar looking granite would be Wood Stone Granite: ...
These are custom countertops done by the Ashby system. We are located in CA we use the system in our business. There r
The granite styling of the concrete counter.
concrete countertop that looks like marble
“granite../ metal inlay.. kind of super badass” — scottawilson911
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Silva Studios Architecture
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Jones House
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idea of hanging part of concrete countertop. Where are the mouting points of it?
Hi: What color was used to tint the concrete counter top?
Assuming the anchor destination and concrete reinforcement are adequate, how would you approach fixing the concrete beam to the anchor itself?
What did you use to seal the concrete?
The floor is a poured concrete topping. It's 3/8" thick, poured over the existing concrete slap. Dirt Digger is correct, it is scored in a large pattern, both for crack control and for aesthetics.
How thick is this concrete counter top? Thanks
Love the mix of materials - concrete, wood, white cabinets
Concrete counter tops, grey columns, wood accents
concrete counter - read up on details
“concrete countertops” — barrettk84
jgbjo
Brown Concrete Countertop
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We are interested in doing a kitchen island with a concrete countertop. I would like more information on cost and shipping. We live in southern Wisconsin. Or do you know of a reputable company in this area you could
concrete countertops love the color and smoothness
Like the leathery color of the concrete countertop
Color if concrete but maybe a little lighter
“acid stain” — Karen Trzaska
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
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Stamford Kitchen Detail
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Concrete countertops and white painted cabinets contrast with the texture of the savalged wideplank wood floors in this kitchen.
Do you know the color of stain for the concrete countertops? Beautiful kitchen!!
We are debating between a granite vs. concrete countertop for a traditional lake house kitchen. What are the pros and cons of concrete?
Color stain of the concrete counter tops
What color are the concrete tops? They look very warm in tone
am trying to do concrete in my kitchen; how practical is it? do u recommend a particular sealer or a particular type of finish?
The countertops are concrete. Stained a custom Gray color. Thanks!
website doesn't really do it justice - at least on my monitor - ... so I would say it's definitely worth a look in person if concrete-like color is of interest.
“Concrete countertop” — indiamel
Forward Design Build
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Kitchen
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Kitchen with bamboo cabinets and concrete countertops.
Thank you so much for inquiring about our project! The kitchen countertops are a custom fabricated concrete, please do not hesitate to contact me at Forward Design Build by emailing andrea@planforward.net Thank you again!
corian countertop with wood cabinets, wood foor
white concrete countertop with light wood
concrete coutertops-I like the color and shiny
White concrete counter and pendant lifhts
“overall would like real wood” — krissigirl
Silva Studios Architecture
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Blue House
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Can you place hot pans on the countertops?
How do the countertops hold up for cleaning and placing heat on them?
How did you seal the concrete countertop?
Yes, it's poured in place concrete, natural color with a few rocks from the foundation excavation embedded in the concrete at specific locations.
quality artisan concrete shop is well worth the price. It is much more difficult to price concrete strictly by a square foot price. Granite comes as a slab and is cut up to fit the needed shape. For concrete, forms must be produced and a precise recipe is followed to create the concrete mix. Once out
will be a little cheaper than concrete. High quality granite will be more expensive than concrete. Nothing compares to the possibilities offered by concrete. Of course, I'm biased. I love concrete! If your budget is tight and you need to save money then get tile. Otherwise, get what really makes
“color/texture” — Karen Trzaska
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