We are pretty much at frame stage and are in the process of choosing our kitchen at the moment. We absolutely love the 40mm caesarstone benchtops but it might be a bit out of our price range (haven't had an exact quote but guess it could be around $5000?).
Our kitchen maker suggested to us, as an alternative to going down to a 20mm caesarstone benchtop, what they can do is, get the 20mm caesarstone benchtop and add it on top of a piece of wood and then somehow glaze it all from the outside to make it look like one seamless 40mm benchtop.
Apparantly looks the same and you're only using the top ANYWAY so it makes no difference functionally. Only con is you can't do the waterfall ends and you also can't have an undermount sink.
Has anyone heard of this process? If so, is it worth the cost cut? Some advice would be really appreciated