Welcome to the world of extraordinary kitchen design, where the ordinary becomes exceptional! In this article, we’re exploring “Ten Kitchen Countertops Made From Amazing Things.” Gone are the days when countertops were merely functional surfaces. Today, they are canvases for creativity, blending utility with unparalleled beauty. From repurposed historical artefacts to eco-friendly innovations, we’ll dive into the most astonishing materials that are transforming kitchens into works of art. Whether you’re a home renovation enthusiast, an interior design aficionado, or simply curious about the latest trends in home decor, you’re in for a treat. Join us on this journey through a gallery of countertops that are not just surfaces but stories of innovation, sustainability, and aesthetic brilliance.
Just when you thought Rainbow Sprinkles belonged in a cake to be truly appreciated along comes someone who made a whole kitchen countertop! I can’t even begin to imagine how many they used to make it, but I bet it was more than a few cakes worth.
Why taste the rainbow when you can use it to make a kitchen worksurface? What is even more impressive is that they lined them up all neat and tidy! OK, so it looks nice, but I would rather eat the skittles than stair at them for years to come.
Munchausen, a duo formed by Parisian designers Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti, took a bold approach with their own kitchen by venturing to IKEA for the basic kitchen island and then spending the next week covering it with more than 20,000 pieces by another Scandinavian brand, Lego.
There have been plenty of things people have made with coins and most of the time, they all look amazing. This countertop is no exception, and at less than 5p per inch, it’s cheap as well!
There are plenty of repurposing ideas out there when it comes to CD’s and DVD’s but never before have I seen someone use them as a kitchen worksurface. I really like that they are cut into small peices rather than left whole, but when the sun hits this countertop you might want to put your sunglasses on.
Glow-in-the-dark kitchen countertops are a growing trend and you can easily see why. While the glow effect isn’t the brightest, nor will it replace a kitchen light, it does look very cool indeed.
If you want that country house kitchen/log cabin style worksurface then this could be the way to go. Made with red Oak boards it gives this kitchen a naturual feel, but the spaces in between would have to be very well sealed.
While this is nothing more than clear poly-resin, the design still gives it a glass effect, and with the little glass handles on the cupboards, it all works surprisingly well.
Recycled glass countertops are enjoying great popularity at the moment, not only because they are stunningly beautiful but because they are environmentally friendly as well.
We end this list with pebbles being used to make a natural effect that would go perfectly with a seaside/beach theme. While it is not something you could easily make yourself, you can buy many similar kitchen countertops online from reputable retailers.