Glass countertop with blue LED illumination

Kitchen countertops are the ultimate way to make your kitchen stand out. Choosing the perfect countertop for your kitchen is never easy, given the many different materials and designs out there. Most kitchen countertops make use of materials such as stone, glass and wood. If you want to create a unique countertop for your kitchen, you can still use these materials, while adding a twist to the design. Below are some tips to give you direction on how you can go about that;

Dark brown stone countertop


Stone slab countertop

White marble countertop with glass extension

Glass countertop with blue LED illumination

Bright red countertop

Countertop with built-in candleholder

Frosted glass countertop

Glass countertop with LED illumination

Shiny stone countertop

Wooden countertop on split level island
Countertop with in-built stove

Here, a wooden countertop is used, but the shade of the wood on the lower level is lighter than that on the upper level, adding a dramatic touch.

Glass countertop on top of stone countertop

This countertop comes with a split design; the lower level is made from stone while the upper level is made from glass. The glass countertop adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to this kitchen.

Stone countertop with artistic patterns

Kitchen countertop made out of salvaged wood
Rustic kitchen design

Don’t throw away that old piece of wood yet. As you can see in this kitchen, an old piece of wood has been reused to create a countertop.

Light brown granite countertop
Split-level island

This countertop blends with the split level units perfectly. Also, the light brown color draws the eye to the underneath cabinets with frosted glass doors.

Bright purple countertop

When it comes to countertops, do not shy away from experimenting. This kitchen countertop comes in an unusual color, purple. The bright color adds vigor and charm to this kitchen, in the most unlikely manner.

Strong stone countertop

Wooden slab countertop
Deep aluminum sink

Sometimes, you can create elegance by adopting a simple design, as seen in this kitchen, where a wooden slab is placed above the island to create a simple wooden countertop.

Countertop made from concrete slab

Wooden countertop matching tone of hardwood floor

Contemporary countertop

Marble countertop with patterns

Split level countertop

You can extend the countertop to create a bar or dining area, like in this kitchen, where the stone countertop has been fitted with a wooden extension to create a dining area.

Large stone slab countertop

Grey metal and concrete countertop
Dark grey countertop

This contemporary kitchen makes use of a smooth, dark grey concrete countertop. Concrete countertops are not only strong and durable, they can also be painted in other colors to match the décor of the kitchen.

Simple quartz countertop

The quartz countertop in the above kitchen creates a delicate and graceful atmosphere in the kitchen above.

Clean white marble countertop

Black stone countertop

Interactive countertop design

In this kitchen, an interactive countertop design has been adopted. The countertop comes with an in-built screen and integrated sink.

Brown granite countertop

Black faux tile countertop
Minimalist kitchen design