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Bathroom re-do sink area

Posted by cathyscache (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 11, 11 at 1:46

Here's the progress I made part of yesterday and today. I have company coming tomorrow so probably won't get much done, but a break probably won't hurt me.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bathroom re-do-snk area

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RE: Bathroom re-do sink area

Looks real good, CATH. As I remember, you seal the rocks w/something to make them shiny. Are you gonna do the counter top? Many years ago in So. CA, I saw a guy who mosaiced his whole kitchen counter and backsplash in rocks. I loved it so much I always wanted to do that, but never got to, and now it's too late. You're lucky that you get these rocks free.

RE: Bathroom re-do sink area

Yes I do seal them w/poly as it makes grouting easier but also brings out the beautiful colors in the rocks. And yes it is a blessing that I can get them free. Love the beach so the rocks and agates are just a bonus!!!!

RE: Bathroom re-do sink area

How awesome!!! Free is always the best!ha! Klinger and I were just saying that yesterday as we were galavanting around(We go to this Nursery that usually has a "free" section!lol!) I have so enjoyed all the pics you have posted since finding this forum! You have a style all your own!

RE: Bathroom re-do sink area

Love the stone work!!

RE: Bathroom re-do sink area

I like this a lot. It would be good in my kitchen. I am still going round and round about what to put up behind the sink.

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