After posting a few examples of countertop layouts, I thought it’d be fun to find some more unusual shapes and create them in CounterGo.
Here’s an example of a countertop in a Dallas wine cellar that’s definitely not run-of-the-mill:
Obviously the material they used on this countertop isn’t stone (it’s a photo image on stainless steel), but the layout is similar to other bars and eat-in kitchens we’ve seen.
So, here’s a short video on how to draw that same countertop layout using CounterGo:
What’s cool about drawing it in CounterGo is that even though it’s moderately complex, it still just took a few minutes to draw out the shape and put in the seams. And, here’s the final countertop layout: