Materials with a concrete look are here to stay; they can be used in rural, modern and industrial interiors. This is partly because there are so many possibilities; colours vary from anthracite grey to almost white and from delicately cloudy to very expressive. There is also a choice in the execution of the surface; most materials have an even brushed surface, but the Concreto and Basalto, for example, have real dents and a tactile structure to emphasize the sturdy nature of the material.
On this page we display a collection of colours that approximate the appearance of concrete. Due to their practical properties, they are, unlike real concrete, an ideal choice as a kitchen worktop.
Since our samples can only give a partial picture of the structure in these materials, in this section we offer you the opportunity to view large images, which give you a good idea of the structure on a full slab. Materials with a # have an extra distinctive texture that varies per slab. We do not accept any claims regarding color and texture on these materials.
Are you looking for a material with an industrial look, but don’t prefer a concrete-like material? Take a look at this page, which contains materials with the looks of weathered metal.