Haven’t been to the space for a long time now unfortunately doing my GP exams etc.
Anyway. I though I would share some DIY I did recently.
We have a tiny cloakroom downstairs and my other half and I built a vanity unit with a custom terrazzo style top made from Jesmonite. The unit itself is a frame built between two solid brick walls and so I had to work around their inherent unsquareness. Kept a gap underneath which stops it looking so boxed in and is a convenient place for my slippers.
This is what it looked like before:
Jesmonite mixed up and poured into a mould.
Tipped out mould when set and then sanded for bloody ages exposing chips of (already set) coloured jesmonite which we had mixed into the base mixture.
Ready to go - although it feels like a slab of slate , it will bend if not fully supported across the span with e.g wood.
We were so pleased we made a matching top to the hidden cistern box. (colour matching is tricky!).
For such a small room it involved some work.- e.g hiding the pipes and we installed a wall hung japanese wash toilet which is most convenient in times of bog roll shortage.