Here are some shots of a counter I just designed. It is the most complicated counter I've ever thought up, that's for sure. I have been aching to wrap something in quartz for ages, ages I tell you, and a week ago a client of rare vision decided to come along for the ride. I'd have been happy to wrap both sides of an island, and this job is that to a factor of ten. Wrapping the sides of an island is what's going on in the image at the start of this post.
The cabinetry will be a dark color like this chip.
And the counters will be White Zeus by Silestone.
This job involves a kitchen that flows into an office.
It starts with a tall cabinet on the right and the counter flows down the side to form a desk.
From the desk, it makes a bench top over a line of suspended cabinetry.
Then it joins the counter that wraps around one side of the kitchen.
Stunning. Trying to explain this to a fabricator has been a real character builder, but this one's going to live on in infamy. I salute my new clients' good taste and his faith in me. Onward!