Create a space with visual drama and versatility by mixing kitchen countertop materials. Choosing the right materials to mix requires balance and color coordination throughout a space. For instance, if you have a wood floor or wood ceiling beams, you could balance it out with a wood counter for seating and a stone counter for food prep. Conversely, if you have a kitchen with stone flooring and stone backsplash, you may want to consider designing a large wood countertop for the island to add some warmth to the space.
Mixing Kitchen Countertop Materials | Design Inspiration
Downsview Kitchens designed this luxurious kitchen to feature a large island with a Wenge wood countertop combined with a marble counter. The contrasting colors in the countertops complement the slate blue walls and dark wood cabinets.
Melissa Sakell – Designer, Kenwood Kitchens designed this kitchen to feature two islands. One island has a white stone counter, while the other has a Walnut butcherblock countertop. The white stone counter matches the white cabinetry along the wall, while the wood countertop brings warmth to the space.
Archipelago Hawaii designed this kitchen to feature mostly stone countertops. To add warmth, they incorporated a Walnut dropleaf countertop to the end of the island. This creates the perfect place for additional food prep space if needed, or a place to enjoy breakfast in the morning. The tones in the wood tie into the ceiling beams.
Visit the Countertop Image Library on our website to see more designs with multiple countertop materials. Countertop surfaces can be tailored to functions, so whatever your style, there’s room for mixing kitchen countertop materials in your home.
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