I went to Lowe's a couple weeks ago to price out some marble for our master bath and I stumbled upon a screamin' deal! I know, I know hard to believe right? (Ryan is really tired of me stumbling onto deals). My bringing home deals days are numbered.....since I REFUSE to pay for another storage unit.
Ok, back to the point. While I was at Lowe's I noticed these granite composite counter tops that were all one piece. They had the sinks nicely molded in and I loved the look. As you know I already have the kids' vanities ( I don't think I ever shared a picture though) and I have just been waiting to buy the tops until I found a good deal. Well, while my Lowe's BFF (Eric) was pricing my marble he saw me eyeing the other vanity tops. He then kindly pointed out a $1,200 special order granite composite double vanity that had been returned. As I got closer I realized that they were the perfect color.....
Here is the wide view:
Now here is an up close and personal view of one of the sinks:
Obviously I was NOT paying 1,200 bucks for this double vanity but the clearance price of $150 was my kind of deal! However there was one little catch....this baby is just shy of 9 feet long. The kids' vanities are each 30 inches wide sooooooo that means get your saws fired up b*tches!! Now Eric told me what kind of saw I would need to use, but do you think I could actually remember? Eh, that's Ryan's department.
Since I couldn't fit it in my Jeep I had to wait for Ryan to get his truck and come back with me. Of course they told me they would put it on 2 pallets and shrink wrap it and have it waiting for us on Saturday morning.......
I'll save the trip to pick it up for another post ;)
Any infinite wisdom on what kind of saw we should use?????