If necessity is the mother of invention, then preventing waste is the father of innovation. Project Manager, Kyle Dube, has been working with a client in Carlisle on their kitchen renovation. They chose a beautiful piece of Azul Bahia granite from CounterEdge for their island surface. Realizing that there would be a significant amount remaining, he arranged with the fabricator that the client could keep the remnant and use it for something else. No piece of that stone went unused! A beautiful set of shelves in a dining room alcove were created from the piece of granite.
However, the homeowners had another clever idea in mind for their remnant – a custom, fire pit table. The fabricators carefully cut the stone for the gas-fired insert. The homeowners ordered the custom base from a company in California. The result is a fabulous outdoor feature, made all-the-more-special because of that generous piece of granite.