While concrete countertops are most often predictable and simple, they don’t have to be. Concrete can be manipulated and poured into very unique and creative designs. Here are 11 examples of concrete countertops with unique design and detailing.
1. A thin layer of concrete covers this wood island, before curving down and cantilevering away from the kitchen island. The extended concrete countertop also becomes a place for serving meals.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by KC Design Studio. Photography by
2. The concrete counter of this kitchen island folds over the sides of the island and extends out to create a bar counter.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Dan Gayfer Design. Photography by Dean Bradley.
3. The 9 meter long concrete countertop in the kitchen of this home rises up from the floor to create a sculptural kitchen island.
See more photos of this kitchen, here. Designed by Corben Architects. Photography by Steve Back.
4. This countertop features a topographical bathroom sink that also doubles as an artistic installation.
Designed by Urban Concrete Countertops
5. A curved slot drain in this this long narrow sink gives it a smooth design and a creative drain alternative.
Spine Sink designed by Gore Design Co.
6. This bathroom has a concrete countertop with dual sinks in an elliptical design.
Designed by Cheng Design.
7. This concrete kitchen island rises up out of the concrete floor and curves around in a gravity defying manner.
See more photos, including how it was made, here. Designed by BeauConcrete.
8. This topographic sink is custom made to create a unique eroded looking structure that’s made entirely from concrete.
Erosion sink designed by Gore Design Co.
9. This kitchen island has a concrete countertop that’s curved from the underneath.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by MCK Architects. Photography by Willem Rethmeier.
10. This concrete countertop has been slightly angled and includes grooves to allow water to drain right into the sink without the need for a separate drainboard.
Designed by Square Foot Concepts
11. This sink resembles an eroding shoreline that tilts down and sends water into a cave-like structure that then sends it down the hidden drain.
Alpine Erosion Sink designed by Gore Design Co.