Using concrete as a decorative element or simple insulator requires knowledge, precision and unlimited patience. It’s often better to rely on the support of a professional. But if you prefer to do it yourself for your own pleasure, you’re going to be spoiled.
Today, kitchen countertops come in several finishes that meet the requirements of all decors and all budgets. Whether you opt for moulded, wood, concrete, quartz or natural stone countertops, all of these finishes have advantages and disadvantages.
Here are the steps to follow if you opt for a ceramic countertop. Make sure that you have a suitable surface, preferably a plywood panel at least three-quarters of an inch thick. The panel must be firmly attached to the cabinet to reduce any risk of movement at the base of the ceramic. Take the time to place ceramic tiles various ways. If you have a counter with one or more corners, start your pattern in the corners. This will enable you to find the pattern that suits you. Continue reading →
Before your eyes is not a commonplace block of concrete: it’s an upscale concrete countertop!
Concrete and creation are of the same piece. Concrete lets you mold complex parts, hold diverse parts together and inlay materials such as copper, glass, wood, shells and more. It adds a personal touch to a finished product. Gorgeous, long-lasting countertops enrich your decor and your environment for years to come.