Waterfall Kitchen Countertops

A modern kitchen with a large island featuring waterfall kitchen countertops.

Waterfall kitchen countertops are a growing trend in interior design.  Made of sleek stone surfaces such as marble, granite and quartz as well as beautiful wood, the addition of a waterfall countertop in the kitchen creates a seamless profile that suits the modern aesthetic.

A modern kitchen with wood floors, a center island, and waterfall kitchen countertops.
Waterfall kitchen countertops (HGTV)

Waterfall countertops add a refined look to the modern kitchen.  Often of beautiful stone such as granite, marble and quartz, a countertop profile that continues to the floor is an appealing addition to wood cabinetry.

A kitchen with white cabinets and a marble waterfall counter top.
Beautiful marble waterfall countertops (gilesindustries)

One long countertop seemingly edgeless makes a statement on a central kitchen island.

A modern kitchen with wooden waterfall countertops and stools.
Clean lines in this kitchen with waterfall countertops (HGTV)

A waterfall countertop forms a frame around cabinetry, giving the overall appearance of a tidy space.  With many homes offering open concept living, this style of countertop adds a luxurious look to the kitchen and blends the space into the surrounding areas.

A kitchen with a table and chairs featuring waterfall kitchen countertops.
Modern kitchen with waterfall countertops (Dwell)

A waterfall countertop makes an excellent accent in the kitchen, bringing out the beauty of contrasts.

A modern kitchen with marble waterfall countertops and wooden cabinets.
Seamless waterfall countertops (HGTV)
A kitchen with wood cabinets and granite counter tops featuring waterfall kitchen countertops.
Granite waterfall countertops (Houzz)

The modern kitchen calls for simplicity of design and the waterfall profile delivers.

A modern kitchen with a marble island featuring waterfall countertops.
White marble waterfall countertops (blog.blinds)

If you are considering adding something unique to your kitchen to update or add interest, installing an island with a waterfall countertop is one way to achieve this.

A modern kitchen with sleek marble counter tops and stylish stools.
Beautiful waterfall countertops (info.marbleandgranite)

One of the cons of waterfall profile countertops is potential damage, such as chips in the stone.  These can be very costly to repair.

A kitchen with a waterfall marble countertop.
Marble waterfall countertops (decorpad)

If you prefer other materials than stone, wood waterfall countertops can be quite stunning and one-of-a-kind.

A kitchen island with a wooden top and waterfall kitchen countertops.
Wood accented waterfall countertops (Rempel’s Elm Waterfall Countertop via woodanchor.com)
A kitchen with a large island featuring waterfall kitchen countertops.
Beautiful wood waterfall countertops (wood.countertop.glumber)
A wooden top kitchen island with waterfall countertops.
Beautiful wood accent waterfall countertop (Dwell)
A modern kitchen with an island featuring waterfall kitchen countertops and stools.
Waterfall kitchen countertops (lovehomedesigns)

Glass is another option when installing a waterfall countertop.  Tempered glass with unique patterns within can give the kitchen quite a unique aesthetic.

A kitchen with a glass countertop featuring waterfall kitchen countertops and bar stools.
Glass waterfall countertops (housetrends)

Overall, the waterfall countertop is a unique update to make in your kitchen.  The modern style kitchen receives this countertop profile well, lifting the aesthetic to a new level of chic.

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A kitchen with a large waterfall island and bar stools.
Beautiful quartz waterfall countertop (pentalquartz)
A modern kitchen with marble waterfall counter tops and stainless steel appliances.
Stone waterfall countertops (caesarstone.com.au)

Consider waterfall countertops in your next kitchen project if you are searching for something a bit different.  This counter profile is sleek and beautiful, showing off the intricate patterns of stone, wood or glass for maximum appeal in your kitchen.

 

 

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