Concrete Counter & Integral Farmhouse Sink

October 23, 2014

These concrete counter tops transformed our client's builder grade kitchen into a beautiful showpiece which highlighted the warm industrial look of concrete, with aggregate showing through the finished surface, and lots rough interesting details!  The 30" long x 16" wide cast in farmhouse sink with it's sculpted solid skirting oozes with old world charm, creating an eye catching feature. Here are a few photo's of their new counter! Peninsula Peninsula Angle ViewKitchenSink3
Sink view with a few studio50 products tooEdgeDetail
Edge detail view with 'bugholes'DropDownSinkDetail2
Sink Front corner detailDropDownSinkDetail
Front of the sink detail with voids and 'bugholes'. Its also nice to see that the rock bottom vessel and the konkret knife block look right at home! Enjoy your new counter!






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