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A Concrete Countertop and Sink in a Single Pour

Formed and finished with off-the-shelf materials, a vanity top takes shape upside down

By design, a concrete countertop is a one-of-a-kind thing, shaped in a mold that is disassembled permanently after the concrete has cured. North Carolina concrete designers Jeremy French and Matt Kabat outline their technique for forming a concrete vanity top with an integral sink in a single pour. Jeremy and Matt detail their process for building a form for the countertop; mixing, tinting, and pouring the concrete; then releasing the finished countertop and sink from the form. They also share their advice on finishing and sealing the countertop.

A Concrete Countertop and Sink in a Single Pour

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