Let me preface by saying that I can't think in 3 dimensions, visualize how lines are going to run, etc.
To this add that I wasn't living anywhere near the kitchen I was trying to do, and was going through family difficulty, and ended up not using a real GC.
Anyway, my point.
I really, really, really wanted to avoid a seam in the long run of soapstone (aside from where it joined a different material). I got various stories about how it was not possible, discussions/reasons, drawings, etc., etc. It is so difficult to fight for something when you have no idea whether it is possible, reasonable, sensible, and you can't envision it but have to trust some other sense.
Yesterday the run of soapstone with no seam that I worked so, so hard to achieve was installed. There is a vein right where the seam would have been and it looks exactly like a seam. I am smiling like Mona Lisa.
Meant to be?
This post was edited by jamies on Fri, Feb 8, 13 at 10:10