Example of a mid-sized classic backyard patio kitchen design in New York

Outdoor Ligth Brown Concrete Kitchen Countertops

Traditional Patio, New York

In this outdoor kitchen design the homeowner chose concrete countertops to pull colors from the stone work throughout the property. Custom samples were poured and a color was selected to use for the concrete countertops. The signature finish was selected to pull in some more color depth and give a more rustic look. The edge detail thickness was chosen at 2” to give countertop some heavy presence against all the stone work. A raised section acted as an eat-in and drink bar top while the lower section acts as the working and grilling area of the countertops. Trueform Concrete used a UV stable topical sealer to protect the concrete form exposure and the northeast weather.
Example of a mid-sized classic backyard patio kitchen design in New York - Houzz

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kbenz84 wrote:September 5, 2012
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    Trueform Concrete, LLC
    8 years ago
    last modified: 8 years ago
    Concrete countertops are not priced the same way that most other countertop materials are. Concrete is typically priced on a project basis because every project is custom. The countertops are cast specifically for you an that is what makes this material different than any other surface. "Customization is key! ... No other material will allow you to control every aspect of it appearance and texture like concrete will. It would be safe to say that if you were shopping for higher-end granites and marbles, concrete may be an option for you. I would recommend concrete countertops if you want a unique product that can be made to meet any design requirement you may have. It is not a competitor to Granite, rather a sought after specific look that can only be acheived with concrete.
  • oceaneering
    7 years ago
    Nice professional reply!
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