All About Concetto
Sure, you could always go with granite, but if you’re taking on a kitchen remodel, you may want to consider something bolder and more interesting for a countertop. Countertops are important to the function of your kitchen or bath, but it also serves as a focal point for design. You can take color inspiration in the form of accessories or paint, or you could go with a unique countertop material known as Concetto.
What is Concetto?
Concetto is a wholly unique form of countertop. It is a quartz-based material that is embedded with semi-precious stones, creating a designer piece that puts all the attention on your countertop. Concetto slabs are built by hand, and because they are made from hand-picked and hand cut stones, each slab is different.
What Types of Stones Are Used?
Concetto countertops have a huge range. Some are made from agates, which have swirls and stripes that provide a dramatic contrast to plain sinks and countertops. Others are even made from petrified wood! There really isn’t a limit yet to what Concetto looks like!
Concetto comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns that are based on the particular stones they use in manufacturing. If you’ve ever envisioned a purple countertop, for example, Concetto has you covered! If you can imagine it, Concetto probably has a slab to match.
Care and Maintenance
One of the great things about Concetto is that it’s not as high maintenance as some other countertop materials. It doesn’t require constant resealing, and the material is both heat and stain resistant. Essentially, you get a really good looking luxury countertop without all of the maintenance of a traditional countertop.
One thing to consider if you’re going to go with Concetto is that it begs for good lighting. Lights bounce off of the stones to create a stunning look. Some can even be backlit for added style.
If you’re in the Denver metro area, contact Niron Depot. We specialize in all things kitchen and bath and can help you choose the perfect elements for your remodel. Countertop slabs, especially Concetto, are all unique pieces—each one is different. That’s why it’s important to pick your slab in person so you get exactly what you want.