finnaly doing the install, next i have to make paterns for subtop and have steel waterjeted for the very top that will be 1/2 steel bolted to the steel legs to support the 2 1/2 inch stone top the doors and drawers are done but i have to wait for floor dry pack then take off the 1/8 inch dam that will hold off the dry pack then the stone floor and then i can scribe the front modesty panel to the finished floor and place the collum on the right end then cut some poplar to match the top radius between the two counters and apply 1/8th inch stainless steel to make the top counter look like its floating then comes the phoenician plaster to the front and the right collum stopping at the 1/2 inch quirk at the base board that will be painted. then add the led lights under the top, have the sink installed, then electric door locks to keep out kids then clip on the doors and slide in the drawers. the inside is all block mottled slip matched anigre along with the finished ends. its mind boggling to say the least but it is all coming together
-- no matter what size job big or small do a job right or don't do it at all.