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You should not need any brackets for that countertop. There is not much of an overhang (that I can see). That piece of plywood with the marble formica those brackets are screwed into, that plywood should be firmly screwed into the wall it is sitting on. (can even use construction adhesive to make more stable.) then the countertop gets attached to that ...


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What you're actually looking at are drywall clips. They are used to patch holes in drywall by supporting the patch to the existing wall. Here's what they look like before being bent and used incorrectly. The counter wasn't designed for this unit. My concern is that those screws are in drywall and will pull out. Definitely don't sit on that counter or put ...


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How about using a stone slab. Something that is sawn out of a large block should be finished nice and smooth. For a 26" span that is only unsupported in the front I would think that a 1.25" thick piece should be adequate if it is not being anything but a counter/cook top.


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You could make a concrete counter top for it. This would be a perfect place to use concrete and the cost is relatively cheap. They can be dyed and finished to look very attractive and they are especially durable. (I haven't done it yet, but I'm planning on making one for an outdoor kitchen this fall.) Here's an example how-to video: How To Make A Concrete ...


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