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Long Island Concrete Countertops & Elements Projects

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Check out these great concrete countertops from concrete contractors in Long Island, NY. View photos of distinctive concrete countertops they have created and learn about how they achieve one-of-a-kind looks. For more information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

J&M Lifestyles
Randolph, NJ 07869

This residential vanity is part of a complete bathroom design. The monolithic patterned surface radiates out from an integral sink. The client's specifications were for color and contrast with reds, blacks, and whites. This unique vanity shape accommodates a lower make up area and a front radius vanity top. The Irregular curved shape maximizes surface area without cramping the limited overall bathroom space.


J&M Lifestyles
Randolph, NJ 07869

This residential kitchen countertop was meticulously formed and cast with color inlays within the surface. It was monolithically poured with no fill. The exposed recycled red glass chunks and chips in this modern pattern were inspired by the client's taste.


Vassallo Precast Manufacturing Corp
Northport, NY 11768

For that specialty veined look this residential countertop shows the beauty that can be created with veining. The edging of the countertop shows the decorative curved cathedral edge. The countertop was precast and integrally colored in a brown tint. The veining can be created either during the casting or after depending on the look desired and is a signature design element of this company.


Concrete Central
Huntington, NY 11743

This concrete coffee table which now resides in a residential home in Long Island is made with white Portland cement at 1.5" thick. The use of both integral color (sage) and acid stains (carmel & black Onyx) were incorporated to give it the two tones. The base was made from oak plywood and copper.


J&M Lifestyles
Randolph, NJ 07869

This concrete countertop was made to look like wood, the use of hand hammered iron dovetails and nail heads were used to further the illusion of wood. The center island features a concrete rock and a concrete sink which appears to be made out of rock.


J&M Lifestyles
Randolph, NJ 07869

This center piece for a residential wine room is a hand carved concrete table base that resembles a tree stump. The base supports the weight of a 3/4" thick piece of glass that is 72" in diameter. The 'arms' that hold the glass were formed perfectly flat without grinding them flat. One of the tree arms holds a bottle of wine. No one can believe this tree stump is made of concrete.




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