Mix It Up: The Look of More than One Countertop Material in the Kitchen
One of the most important choices in designing your kitchen is what kind of countertops you’re going to have. It’s a decision that goes beyond the purely aesthetic, because besides looking good, countertops also have to be functional, too. The good news, though, for those of you who are on the fence, is that sometimes not choosing is the best choice. Case in point: these 9 kitchens that work more than one countertop finish, with beautiful effects.
Above: Most of the countertops in this kitchen from Wit & Delight are a solid surface designed to look like marble, but the choice of a butcherblock top for the breakfast bar nicely complements the open shelving and gives the kitchen an extra dose of warmth.
Tile and concrete come together beautifully in this kitchen from Lev & Bo (via La Maison de Anna G), for an industrial space with a little added flair.
In this kitchen from Homelife, stainless steel and concrete countertops come together for just the right mix of streamlined modernism and industrial warmth.
Butcherblock and what looks like granite mix in this vintage-styled kitchen from Skona Hem
Marble and light blond wood countertops come together beautifully in this kitchen from Yellowtrace.