Thanks! I definitely don't want to downplay the complexity of it...but damn!! Resta is a Master!! Love seeing his art!dude: anybody who has done an in place beam appreciates what you did, and how hard it is not to have it look like hack when done.
You know the rule... no pics, it didn't happen... :whistling :laughing:Primed 48' of crown and delivered it to the site. Took measurements for the extended countertops and they'll fit.
Back to the shop and worked the counters, cut them to length, rounded the edges, drilled some holes to attach the upper, drilled and tapped 2 holes in the hanging tabs on the back of the sink so it could be attached to the upper.
Put a couple coats of primer on the doors and drawer fronts, made the backs, drilled the holes for the electrical boxes for the sconces, taped the electrical box holes off. Ran some molding for the top of the upper, mitered and installed it.