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Painted Bathroom Vanity – Michigan House Update
Oh my goodness! You guys. This week home in Michigan has been so busy. I can't even begin to explain how my day to day life has been since I've been here. Every day I have been getting a lot done at the house & trying to get it ready for paint & flooring coming VERY SOON. Recently our kitchen cupboards went in, & our countertops, sink, lighting, backsplash, & more will be installed soon as well. I will have more updates this week on the house, but today I wanted to show you something I…
How to Make Recycled Glass Counters
How to Make Recycled Glass Counters. Redoing your old countertop with recycled glass makes an attractive surface with the appearance of colorful glass fragments floating in clear liquid glass. A durable, clear epoxy coating lets the glass pieces shine through without the risk of cutting yourself on the sharp shards. ...
Wood Bathroom Countertop for Less Than $20
The tiny bathroom at our mountain didn't have much space for a countertop, so it had to be custom made. We had some wood countertop left over from another project so we set out to create a countertop for our bathroom. You can see the finished countertop at the link below. The first thing we did was make a template out of cardboard. We used a jigsaw to cut out the front of the countertop, as well as the sink cut out. Once the countertop was stained with MinWax Provincial Stain,…
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7 Unusual Kitchen Countertops That Totally Work
Is your kitchen feeling a little bit boring? We feel your pain. Sometimes you want a space that stands out and makes a statement. If you’re in that boat, consider making an upgrade to your kitchen countertops. There are plenty of ways you can upgrade them to make your space feel brand new — and we’re not just talking marble or quartz. How about pennies, chalkboard, or copper? Here are a few more offbeat ideas to get you started.
How to Spray Paint Countertops
Can you believe this bathroom refresh cost just $10? That’s what Jess at Bright Green Door spent on a can of Rust-oleum “American Accents” stone spray paint and some plastic sheeting to redo her countertops. Psssst: She had already painted the cabinets white which is what prompted her to tackle the countertops in the first place!