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if you had a huge space to work with.......
corbel supports (and a post)
unbalanced? even with fairly wide support wall.
just a nice look
looks like a stepped out wall for counter support
corbels. very small...how does that work?
no visible means of support. steel subcounter?
rounded but not necessarily circular. looks OK.
trapezoidal wall for support. looks balanced.
thickened subcounter. proportion looks good.
similar to mine. proportion doesn't look quite right. overhang looks precarious.
support? looks precarious. countertop/backsplash connection.
small, maybe just decorative corbels, but seem to add balance and impression of sturdiness.
don't necessarily like posts because they take up space, but they do add a sense of sturdiness.
looks precarious. little sense of support, sturdiness.
corbels. seem appropriate for sense sturdiness.
corbels. small and unobtrusive. must be steel?
looks OK for support, but may be an illusion because of the chairs.
don't like the posts
corbels. looks sturdy.
wall extension for support. hmmmm.
cabinet extension for support.
curved corbels. look fine in otherwise straight edged environment.
fin type support
thick countertop perched on large base. looks sturdy without additional support
cabinet wall popout extension with corbels
thicker wall. better balance.
cabinet wall extension for support. good balance.
no corbels but counterbalanced by large size of slab.
even the short overhang looks "tippy" mounted on narrow wall.
looks OK. because of thicker slab, shorter counter length?
thickened subcounter. looks sturdy
stand alone wall. corbels add look of sturdiness.
thickened countertop adds look of sturdiness. also attached to wall, like mine.
similar to mine but.....much more massive overall countertop surface and short overhang. good balance