20 Well-Designed Kitchens Featuring Industrial Countertops

Are you renovating your kitchen to improve traffic flow in your home or to make it look nice? more organized And modern? One thing you might consider changing is your kitchen countertop. It can be expensive to change, but once you choose the perfect worktop for your use, you won’t need to change it from time to time. This is why choosing the material for your countertop is crucial. There are different types of Countertop materials Today we will show you one of the popular materials, which is the artificial work surface.

Synthetic or manufactured solid surface worktops are used in many kitchens these days due to their elegant appearance. It installs seamlessly and can even imitate other high-end materials such as granite. It is also easy to install without having to add a layer of plywood to it. Although it can be susceptible to heat and scratches, scratches are easy to buff out. But this type of countertop is relatively expensive. Below are some kitchens that have used synthetic countertops, so you will have an idea whether they are perfect for your kitchen or not.

1. New kitchen

New kitchen

Paul Wiggins Architects

The first thing that will attract us in this kitchen is the skylights. Aside from that, there is also a beautiful color and contrast between the wood and synthetic materials here.

2. Aristocraft Durham Cabinets

Aristocraft Durham Cabinets

Masterbrand Safes, Inc

The smooth, subtle finishes of the cabinets give this kitchen a timeless and distinctive character that adds a touch of elegance to any room. Light oak floors and dark gray countertops are also used in the area.

3. Quarry Street House

House Street quarry

Marina Robina, architect

a white An industrial countertop is used for this kitchen and it matches well with the flat cabinets.

4. D-house

D-house

Bunker workshop

Simple contemporary kitchen with solid countertops, gray tile backsplash, and stainless steel Devices.

5. Contemporary San Diego Kitchen

Contemporary San Diego cuisine

Jimmy Gold

Contemporary kitchen owned by an architect. The designer optimized the flow of his new home and maximized storage in a very small space.

6. It’s a modern world

It's a modern world

CABI Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets

Mid-century modern design for this two-tone kitchen that captures the feel of the 1950s but with a 21st century twist. The quartz island top looks beautiful and is a good way to break up the blue and orange colors in the space.

7. Tiburon Kitchen

Tiburon Kitchen

Anne Loengart Interior Design

Isn’t this a beautiful kitchen? Aside from the wallpaper, I love it Mix of colors plus a super white quartz countertop that brings a more contemporary vibe to the area.

8. Kitchen island

Kitchen island

Architecture in actual size

The kitchen island here has shelves hanging above it where some kitchen utensils can be displayed.

9. Harvey Jones – Shaker Kitchens

Harvey Jones - Shaker Kitchens

Harvey Jones Kitchens

The solid countertop wins in durability and cleanliness like Corian (composed of a mixture of metals and acrylic resin) used in the kitchen. Due to the material’s flexibility, there are no unsightly joints, and it can be shaped to have integrated sinks and drainboards for a sleek look.

10. Kitchen 100 thousand

Kitchen 100 thousand

Nick Darling

Black countertops They are used in this kitchen that goes well with the white cabinets with natural handles. The spice rack on the wall is very pretty too!

11. Omicron for granite and tiles

Omicron for granite and tiles

Omicron for granite and tiles

The beautiful white porcelain and engineered quartz countertop is a great feature in this galley kitchen. It looks really nice with the white cabinets.

12. Sublime Silver – Mount Nebo

High Silver - Mount Nebo

Kim Dauphine for Sublime Architectural Interiors

This is truly an amazing kitchen! I love the variety of materials used here especially for the island. According to the designers, it is a metal material that is interwoven and woven in different ways, then embedded in acrylic. Aluminum channel around the outside to hide LED strip lights along the perimeter.

13. St. James

James Street

Designed by Brooke Wagner

You will definitely love this coast U-shaped kitchen With black granite top with white island. Everything looks beautiful with dark hardwood floors.

14. Tihama grasshopper

Tihama grasshopper

Fougeron Architecture FAIA

A mid-sized urban eat-in kitchen featuring an undermount sink, white flat cabinets, marble-like countertops, and gray flooring.

15. Modern style of wood paneling II

Modern plank style II

CHARLIE AND ASSOCIATES DESIGN LIMITED

The walls of this kitchen add dramatic appeal to the space. Also note that the island used white countertops in contrast to the black countertops used in the cooking area.

16. Palma Plaza

Palma Plaza

Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

The solid surface worktop in this kitchen looks very stylish as well as the beautiful wallpaper. This remodeled kitchen also features a farmhouse sink, flat panel cabinets, and white cabinetry.

17. Villa Nirvana

Villa Nirvana

Brown Davis Interiors, Inc.

Contemporary kitchen with paneled appliances featuring stainless cabinets and a marble-like island countertop.

18. Erskine

Erskine

Develop upside down

I love the combination of black and yellow Backsplash area And also how to add white to space. This kitchen is a renovation project and is part of a major facelift from multiple layers of previous renovations.

19. Walnut, acrylic, quartz and stone kitchen

Walnut, acrylic, quartz and stone kitchen

Elysee

The white countertops contrasting with the natural wood and gray floors look really beautiful in this kitchen.

20. Renovation of Norcal Ishler

NorCal Eichler Renewal

Gast Architects

Shown here is an open concept kitchen with white cabinets, an avocado green backsplash, and an island with industrial countertops. The overall look has a subtle 70s feel!

So if you plan to Renovate your kitchen Or you’re just starting to design your dream home, the above kitchen spaces are sure to inspire you. You have seen what a synthetic countertop looks like which will help you decide whether to get one or not. It actually depends on your budget and the look you want. But before you decide, make sure you consider not only how attractive it is, but also how much it will impact your work in the kitchen and how long it will last. We have to make sure that whatever we buy is good value for our money. Now before you read any more Home Design Lover articles, can you tell me which of the above kitchens do you like the most?

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