On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 8:29:17 AM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
I've seen them done on TV for kitchens, never for bathrooms.
Given the ease of ready made, the high probability of no problems,
and that typical bathroom vanities aren't
very expensive, doesn't seem like a great idea to me. Also, if
resale value is a factor, I'd say they are probably a negative in
bathrooms. Probably even in kitchens.
On 2/26/2014 7:29 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The answer to the first question is, of course, "yes"... :)
The second is all over the map...
Unless you've got a bunch of 'em to do and intend on doing it on down
the line for fun or profit, imo it's not worth the hassle for a single
one or two. By the time you get the materials and enough experience to
do it well, you'll rue the time spent I'd wager unless you're just into
stuff for the experience of it.
There was a pretty good article in Fine Homebuilding about ... well,
let's see, I just saw the cover the other day ... rummage, rummage, ...
ok there it is it was May, 2013.
While they can come out well, I'd give odds at well under 50% a first
attempt will do so...
On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 7:29:17 AM UTC-6, email@example.com wrote:
need of new vanity tops in the bathrooms and say lowes sells concrete mix s
pecifically for countertops and it got me thinking.
I have a friend who did several kitchen and bathroom countertops out of con
crete. They were special shapes and that's why he did them that way. For
a simple bathroom countertop, I don't think if is worth the effort and you
might have to do it over again unless you got it to turn out right the firs
t time (50% probability).
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