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Concrete Inlay in Countertop – Alpine Texas

Ms. Sibley is an architect and wanted concrete countertops for her renovation project. She renovated an old warehouse and created a bright modern home. Our job was to provide her with a bathroom counter, without a cutout or integrated sink, since she had already purchased a vessel sink. The other job was to provide a massive kitchen counter top that was 2inches thick and 49inches wide in addition to a waterfall piece (the slab that goes along the side of the cabinets to the floor). Most kitchen counters aren’t this large so as you can imagine we needed a few extra hands on installation day. I should also mention that these countertops were traditional precast concrete and not lightweight GFRC.  The great thing about this project was the embedded concrete inlay I created with the permission of the owner. Ms. Sibley gave me free rein over the design, and I created something that resembles what I call an Agate angel. This design element in her counters gets so much attention and positive responses I’ve decided to create a hanging wall art series with a similar design called Agate angels.

Many thanks to Greg Bow & Michael Talley for helping us install. Personal thanks for Ms. Sibley for giving me artistic rein and promoting us like you do.

Client Testimonial

We chose Lancaster Concrete Designs after an unsatisfactory experience with other contractors. Tom and his crew offered superior customer service and a beautiful, high quality product. Tom worked tirelessly to create a set of countertops that fell seamlessly in with our design aesthetic. We have (and will continue) to recommend Tom to any of our family and friends who are looking for a unique product. The countertops that Tom made for us unfailingly continue to impress and excite our guests."
– Kiowa