Concrete Kitchens with an Elegant Appeal

Amberth have recently been working on an interesting kitchen, exploring the different effects of concrete, from micro concrete to a rough wear and tear feel to a more plastered look. The beauty of concrete is the various looks it can achieve. The look is softened when paired with metallics such as the stainless steel finishes seen here. (Image: Design Milk)

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If you are considering concrete in your kitchen, a concrete worktop with an integrated sink works especially well when paired with a concrete splash-back, keeping the look simple. Dark wooden doors and draws will help to achieve a more classic, elegant look, whilst white walls keeps a contemporary feel apparent within the space. (Image: Dwellingz)

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Concrete can be quite chunky, so clever use of this material is imperative to achieving that elegant look. It works best when left untouched as it becomes a feature in itself, as in this kitchen with the splash-back. The clever appeal here is the integrated light in the extractor fan and the soft wooden tones bringing a warmth to the the concrete. (Image: Home sweet home)

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Concrete across the walls, floor and worktop paired with one brass pendant light is a simple way to achieve an Industrial elegance in an open plan kitchen diner.
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Concrete on concrete can be very effective when done in the right way. This kitchen is the ultimate simplicity and works perfectly. Minimal material can sometimes be the best solution for an authentic look. (Image: Archi Expo)

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Concrete works particularly well against a white washed parquet flooring. A fresh contemporary feel is attained with crisp white walls. If you decide to use concrete in your kitchen, remember to keep the space simple and you will achieve the most effective results. (Image: Apartment Therapy)

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