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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:33 AM
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by Lizz last modified Jan 03, 2012

isaac really liked the counter at Patra’s. While think it could be a fun in a restaurant or maybe a hotel I think it’s a bit busy for our future house. However, I did some more research into it just … Continue reading  →




 

 

isaac really liked the counter at Patra’s. While think it could be a fun in a restaurant or maybe a hotel I think it’s a bit busy for our future house.

However, I did some more research into it just in case (laundry room?)…

Technically this is a pretty eco-friendly option, as the glass in the concrete is recycled. There are a couple companies that will sell you the product fabricated to your specs, or you can buy the mixture and get a contractor.

Some of the options for vendors are Vettrazo (85% recycled content, fabricated to your specs)

or Ice Stone Usa (gold rating, Cradle to Cradle, purchase through fabricators/showroom)

I also looked into the option of doing this yourself, and found a step by step here. You can purchase recycled glass pieces here. .



 

 

 
 
 

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