Epoxy is an inexpensive and economic alternative to stone. The color and pattern combinations are infinite and each installation will be completely unique.
All epoxy is food and medical grade quality. Countertops are heat resistant to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pictured is an example of a small shower with a simple pattern. The customer chose the colors from a selection of several samples after a brief
Countertops can take any shape.
In this photo the wall behind the cabinets is badly warped and the counter was shaped to accommodate the badly deflected wall.
The front edge can be sculpted to mimic stone or a rounded edge.
Epoxy can cover any existing surface, even itself. This gives the greatest options for future expansion or remodeling.
Flying countertops are a great way to add functionality to a corner in any room.
These can be made at any depth or length.
Bathrooms using epoxy can be any dimension. If your shower has a standard footprint size, a standard off the shelf base can be used.
This shower is a non-standard size of 48" x 40" and needed a custom sized floor. An epoxy pebble floor with a hidden drain added a unique look to this shower.
The floor gives the illusion of stepping onto water covered pebbles.
Color variations and techniques offer infinite choices.
Begin by choosing your favorite colors and patterns.
This unique art form becomes a part of your home. Any flat surface transforms into a striking accent or center piece.