One for the kitchen designers please :)

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nev

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Warning! Cheapskate alert!
Well not that cheap but... I have the option of some pre loved Silestone worktops but they're just a bit short for my needs by a 'corner', i.e. laid out in an L the corner 700x600 is missing. Would it look silly if I put something like a 900 x 900 ish quarter circle in wood over the top of the corner with a front 'valance' to give the impression of the quartz tops slotting into/under the quarter circle block? (a bit like the lovely walnut bit in Dr Bobs post
(And a matching breakfast bar at a right angle to and at the other end of the 2.5m quartz top)

Any suggestions for an alternative in the corner?

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Personally, I'd have a square top of wood, raised so the counters recess slightly into it. Kind of like a butcher block corner.

I think that would look better than a curve, and would be easier to make
 
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