I'm a fan of stucco. A big fan indeed. And, somehow, in the all changing and in motion world we're living in, I like the idea of sturdy and steady furniture in my house. Build a cabinet and let it stay there gets to be my moto! So, after doing the explanation, I admit that these concrete counters, that have a deep resemblance to cycladic and moroccan architecture, have me all the way.
There might be an argue on how practical or clean these beauties can be. It depends on the design, I reply. Cover it with tiles for an easier cleaning, or dress the cabinets with wooden panels and doors to keep your dishes undusty and tidy. Avoid to incorporate the sink in the concrete design and add a metallic or porcelain instead.
See, there is a solution for every taste! What would you opt for (or, are you a more classic wood, lacquer type?)
P.s. Stucco in the bathroom, the living room, the bedroom, and an impressive home with built in furniture