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Chicago & Northern Illinois Concrete Countertop & Elements Projects

Countertop contractors and photos from Chicago, Rockford and Quad Cities

Check out these outrageous concrete countertop projects from contractors in Chicago and Northern IL. View pictures of beautiful and functional countertops that they have created for homes and businesses. Plus, learn about how they can use color, embedded objects and more to create a one-of-a-kind concrete countertop for your kitchen or bathroom. For additional information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

Custom Crete Werks LLC
Racine, WI 53404

Concrete is great for creating custom bathroom sinks. This counter with a double integral sink is in a home in Kenosha, WI. The client had given Custom Crete Werks a photo of a waterfall after which they designed the piece. The sink was precast in three pieces and then acid stained. The staining created a rustic look, as if the sink were an actual piece of stone that had just been pulled from the ground. For an extra touch, a circular decorative indent was created that can be used to display stones, candles or other interesting objects.


Chicago Concrete Studio, Inc
Chicago, IL 60641

Moe's Cantina on Clark in Chicago received quite the concrete treatment. Concrete bar tops were cast-in-place throughout the cantina and the concrete floor was stained. The bar tops were formed with plywood and foam pool coping forms, then poured with 4500 PSI concrete. After curing, they were scored with diamond patterns and stained with Scofield Padre Brown, which was also used on the floor. The countertops were finished off with 100% solids epoxy sealer and wax.


Custom Crete Werks LLC
Racine, WI 53404

In recent years, people have begun using concrete as a fireplace building material. This fireplace, in a home in Mequon, WI, near Lake Michigan, is made of precast concrete panels. This double-sided creation measures 21' high and 9' wide. Due to the height, experienced masons were hired to install the panels. The pieces were dry stacked using pins and anchors along with stainless steel brackets. Dan of Custom Crete Works was nervous to watch someone else install his work, but in the end the fireplace came together perfectly and everyone involved was happy with the result, especially the homeowner.

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