When Justin and I first started our adventures as DIY homeowners, it didn't seem like there were that many options for countertops especially great options that we could afford. So, of course, we started looking at DIY kitchen countertop options. Okay, it wasn't THIS long ago, but you get the
Faux Marble - Better Than Eden: If you have a lot of patience and a steady hand, you can use paint to create a faux marble countertop. We're in awe of this one. Paint It Black - The Kitchn: If you're dealing with dark or stained countertops, it's always an easy choice to go black. Follow this step-by-step for the easiest way to paint.
The concrete-like finish from this Caesarstone quartz countertop places itself somewhere between smooth concrete and stony terrazzo, and it looks great in a large space. Thanks to its manufacturing, quartz countertops are a non-porous, scratch-resistant, durable solution that remains more affordable than most natural stone countertops.
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They say that the kits make it easy to totally transform the look and finish of your cabinets and counters, even if you are starting with un-makeover-friendly materials like melamine and laminates. From dark to light, neutral to colorful (or vice versa) for cabinets and from solid-flat to a stone-look glossy finish for counters.
One of the most expensive parts of a makeover for a kitchen, bathroom or laundry room renovation is the countertops. Instead of breaking our budget on the vanity in our powder room, we opted to do DIY countertops. We wound up going with a super cool concrete overlay using the same technique we used on our DIY fireplace.