We love a fresh countertop in white or marble, especially in kitchens! But lately we've been digging the dark countertops. From light grays to the blackest black, we've pulled a few of our favorite natural stones and man-made quartz options! Whether your style is classic or contemporary, there's a dark countertop for you.
Design by Lang Architecture
Design by KJ Designs
Design by Plain English
Design by Devol Kitchens
Design by Melissa Avery
Sourced from Better Homes and Gardens
Design by Humphrey Munson
We chose a variety of manmade counters and natural stones. The durability and price of quartz is something very practical and still pretty. The look of raw concrete is gorgeous, but it’s very porous and will wear unevenly over time, which is beautiful, but it's not for everyone! If you want something that'll always look the same, the raw concrete quartz is a great alternative. We love movement and depth of natural countertops, but the maintenance is a little more work. However, black counters don't stain as quickly as their lighter counterparts, so that's always a huge plus!