The sink was a collection of ideas. I came up with the idea to inlay the marble as I thought they could control the water a little better. They had a designer friend come up with the off set look. Everyone involved is happy with the result.I love marble. That Island top with the sink inlay, is sweeet.
Is the lady in that first picture single?
Those pendant lights are cool as well.
The client took the photos and sent them to me this am. I am not that great with a camera. Point and shoot is all I can do.Gus, do you use a Nikon camera?
I placed the top on the cnc upside down. Cut clean through at the line of the marble. Rabbeted out enough arond the cut out to place a sub top 7/8" from the face. The stone is 3/4" and mitered at the edge. Leave an 1/8" for adhesive. I also cut a template for the stone and marked it up with all the measurements and geometry.Very nice Gus. I really like the island sink and the pendant lights as well.
Does the marble butt up to the wood top or is it let into the top like a true inlay? Did the edge of the top get treated in any way before installing the marble?
Sorry I dunno what kind of marble. I always thought marble was a bit too porous for a kitchen top.I also take it the rest of the counters are marble as well.
Carrara Mable?? I want me some big slabs of that for the walls behind my claw foot tub.
At least this client has good taste!!
It seems 4 out of 5 jobs are painted white these days. Fine by me , I love it.She takes nice pics of your kitchen Gus. Looks like the NE painted kitchen is making a comeback of on your side of the country.
Sink is cool, you make the slab on the island too?