Things to Consider When Choosing a Concrete Countertop Color

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Things to Consider When Choosing a Concrete Countertop Color


You have decided to have new kitchen concrete countertops installed. Now, you need to decide on the color. With so many options, you may feel a little overwhelmed. Here are some things that you should consider to ensure that you choose the right concrete countertop color.

  • Not an Exact Match Be aware that the color shown on graphs and charts will not be a 100 percent match to the finished project. If you choose a topical product, the color will be close, but you need to expect a slight difference. Typically, the finished color can come out up to two shades lighter or darker than indicated, so keep that in mind when making your choice.

  • Personal Preference when choosing a concrete countertop color. If you have a specific color scheme or theme to your kitchen, go with one of the accent colors to create a cohesive look.

  • Selling the Home you will put the house on the market, you need to think of a concrete countertop color that would be a selling point rather than a distraction. For this scenario, it might be best to stick with a more neutral color that you find pleasing.

  • Highlighting Colors on stamped concrete as opposed to a steel trowel finish, think about including an antiquing agent that produces a contrasting highlight color. Not only would this create a more realistic appearance, it would have a gorgeous two-tone effect. In this case, the base concrete countertop color should be lighter than the antiquing color.