A concrete countertop is a countertop made from a mixture of cement, aggregates, and other materials such as pigments and fibers. It is poured in place or precast in a mold to create a solid, durable surface that can be customized in terms of color, texture, and shape. Concrete countertops are known for their unique and modern appearance, and are becoming increasingly popular in both residential and commercial settings. They are typically sealed with a protective coating to prevent staining and damage from regular use. While concrete countertops can be more expensive than some traditional countertop materials, they are known for their longevity and ability to be customized to fit specific design preferences.