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Concrete Countertop Picture 1

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Concrete Countertop Picture 2

Each concrete countertop is original. #1 was cast in several parts and assembled on the the cabinets at installation. The parts are precast upside down to allow for custom details like integral drainboards. #2 was over 9' long and the client wanted it to float with no visible support. The white concrete mix was special for this pour.

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Concrete Vanities Picture 3

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These vanities are examples of the flexibility concrete has as a countertop material. Both are single pieces of concrete. The forms were cast with knockouts for both plumbing supply & drain lines. The concrete backsplashes were a separate pour (same mix) and were installed after. Integral backsplashes are available but are more expensive.

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Concrete Coffee Tables Picture 5

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Concrete Coffee Tables Picture 6

These coffee tables are early examples of our concrete exploration. #5 is a concrete table with a steel base. There are pieces of wood & steel cast into the top. #6 has a concrete base and a laminated baltic birch top which cantilevers 3 feet.

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Jess and Lou
2517 Memphis Street
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