Need ideas for using 2 pieces of leftover granite . Each about 25 inches x 25 inches
You could make some tables with your granite!
My neighbor added legs and uses hers for patio tables.
Cutting boards. Or, depending on how thick they are, the bottoms of serving trays.
Could you use them for end table tops? Or nightstands?
Do you have only the 2 pieces? I ask because you actually may want to just tuck them away. In case one of your placed tiles actually cracks. Then you would have the replacement pieces
Granite pieces such as that can become tops for small outdoor tables. Nice!
Perhaps you can get some ideas here: https://www.pinterest.com/lindagarcia5205/leftover-granite-ideas/
You could possibly use the two pieces for two end tables or nightstands.
I have a piece of my counter top material left over when it was installed. I used it to set my kitchen aid mixer on because it slides and I can pull the mixer forward on the counter when using it and push it back so it up against the back of the wall when not using. Doesn't look bad because it is the same material as the counter.
Think I'll do the same . Especially my kettle which gets LOTS of use🤣
here are 3 crafts we did with countertop scraps from our kitchen! https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/three-ways-weve-used-countertop-scraps/
If you are a woodworker, you can use the granite as a base for sandpaper that you can use to sharpen tools. You could also put the granite into a table top on the patio.
Cutting board or small table just get legs at Home Depot use as a hot plate
Sharlene: you can make stepping stones for your garden.
I have a piece that I glue on round legs (find in area where the curtain rods are they are flat on one side) and then made a little stand for my countertop that holds my dish detergent and a scrubber
Use a frame with legs and sit it on top to make a table for in or outside!
you could add some hairpin legs to make it a little table
Hi Sharleen: They would make great pot stands for your plants.