When you think of concrete, images of hot summer sidewalks, industrial architecture, and minimalist design may come to mind. It’s true, concrete is used for all of those things—but it’s also so much more, particularly when it comes to your kitchen.
When engineered with durable materials such as quartz, it’s a sure way to add a sense of style and functionality to the heart of the home. And, while concrete quartz countertops definitely do look amazing in a grey, sleek design, they work in a range of other aesthetics, too. That’s because they’re totally customizable and are now available in a range of hues, shapes, and applications. Here, find 10 examples of how concrete quartz plays a role in a huge variety of kitchens—from modern and minimal to traditional and luxe.