Discussion in 'Hard Surface Hub' started by Mikey P, Dec 25, 2017.
No visible seams...
Sealing the kitchen tomorrow
concrete formed or overlay and then epoxied with different flakes. Thats all epoxy. Im taking a pretty awsome class next month on advanced epoxy and overlays.
That kitchen is kinda ugly but I can show you some awsome before/afters of nice work. Were going to be offering garage floors, residential floors, and countertops.
It's solid granite actually
It's the private kitchen of a mega billionaire, his Chef's kitchen is reported to be just a plain
Carved out of a big piece of granite if no seams. What are you sealing it with?
This was a last minute addition so we didn't have time to order anything super fancy, so it will be Stonetech bulletproof I imagine..
It's funny how mundane the kitchen appears when the rest of the house is nicer than any Metropolitan highfalutin Art Gallery any of you have ever been in there are no screws or glues or nails used in any of the architecture and made towithstand at 10 point plus something earthquake
I like it..looks easy to clean.
got to assume that slab was 13+ inches thick at one point...
U sure? That really looks like an epoxy coating
Once again, it just shows money and good taste are not related.
Mikey that serves a dual purpose as either a sink or a urinal.
Is it wrong that I pictured a morgue sink for draining bodies?
I could care less what he does with it.
$2500 to hit it with a razor and some alcohol is a dream job
Looks like santa Cecilia. Pretty common
that and Baltic brown was heavily used here when granite was into
I was also thinking the Baltic Brown. I'm a bit shocked there are absolutely no seams around the sink. I can see the sink being solid and mitered into the slab; so that there would be a small seam at the corner. It would still be a meticulous and tedious fab job. It is hard to imagine a solid piece of slab/sink. WOW!!!
Like I said, 200 million to build this place
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