As far as color goes, the options are numerous and so are the ways in which you can use them. Neutrals let the countertop blend in but, if you want it to stand out, pick a vibrant color. You can also use color to match the counter to other elements in the kitchen such as an accent wall, a cabinet, etc. or use different colors to define different functions. For example, one portion of the counter can be a prep space and can have a certain color while the rest can be a breakfast area with a different color.
Multi-height countertops also bring another idea to the table. They allow the user to physically separate functions. As a result, the dining counters can be differentiated from the prep areas, the cooktops and the baking counter and they can each be designed with the right height for the purpose they serve.
Carefully stir up your mixture, being careful to keep the powder-dust down and not splash your powder everywhere. (This is the voice of experience speaking.) Ideally, you want a consistency not unlike peanut butter, where the concrete will stick to your putty knife (or trowel) when it’s held up vertical.
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