I am making concrete counters for a bar. I am thinking of integrating
a sink in the counter out the same concrete to have one continous
surface. Anyone have any luck with this? I am wondering how it holds
up with the water usage. Obviously, it would need to be sealed.
I was thinking of using a tuperware container as the mold for my sink
(visible side) and then building a box for the underside out of
melamine mdf. The other option I was considering was using pieces of
the tube they sell to make posts with concrete. I am looking for a
round sink around 12" or rectangular of 14x8 or somewhere around
I don't have a clue. Just got my new Lee Valley catalog though, and
theyhave a book on concrete counter tops. May be worth checking out. You
can find information at www.leevalley.com In the catalog in is in the "late
I have the "famous" booke, but it shows a couple of pics and doesn't
really give details on integrated sinks. I am going to give it a try.
Will post results. I think the look of one continous surface of one
material is attractive. Practical-- I don't k
On 2 Oct 2004 15:59:38 -0700, email@example.com (MC) wrote:
I've formed fountains from concrete in a similar manner, and it works
just fine. You might have better luck with an undermount sink, there
are many that fit your size range available. Common in granite/stone
countertops, it would have a finished concrete edge and a
A stainless steel undermount was my other option. I think having the
whole counter including the sink in concrete though would look good.
Since this is a bar sink and won't have pots and pans banging it and
water contantly running, I am thinking it will probably hold up okay.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.