How to Make Your Own DIY Beautiful Wood Countertops for Under $200!
Want new counters, but can't spend thousands of dollars on natural stone? I'm going to show you how to make your own wood countertops for pennies on the dollar. They are gorgeous, warm and surprisingly durable!
DIY Butcher Block Countertops | Oh, yes you can!
Save yourself hundreds and build your own DIY Butcher Block Countertops! Watch our process and discover all the products you'll need.
How to Cut, Seal & Install Butcherblock Countertops (with an undermount sink!) - Bower Power
Disclaimer – This is a sponsored post by Floor & Decor. All opinions are 100% my own. Holy cow. Are you guys ready for a big juicy DIY post? Because you are gonna feel as full as Thanksgiving second helpings after this one. It’s beefy. So beefy it makes cattle look like fish. Process that ... Read More about How to Cut, Seal & Install Butcherblock Countertops (with an undermount sink!)
How to Make DIY Concrete Countertops
There are several ways you can make concrete countertops and several recipes for the concrete out there. My husband did a lot of research and decided on this path that I'm about to share with you. This is definitely the more time consuming option (took my husband about 40 hours total), but I believe these are the best looking concrete tops I've seen thus far. My sister in law had done their kitchen countertops with concrete before we did ours, and basically they made applied concrete d…
DIY Reclaimed Wood Countertop
DIY Reclaimed Wood Countertop - building a wood counter top using reclaimed wood - how we did it -tips -and lessons learned.
DIY Countertop Tutorials and Ideas
This summer, the big home renovation project we decided to take on is our kitchen cabinets. Our kitchen itself is old and beautiful, but the countertops
Big Rustic Style Cooler
This is our 2nd cooler, we decided to make it bigger than the first one. The 1st rustic cooler can be found here on Hometalk: http://www.hometalk.com/16583641/our-version-of-a-rustic-cooler Hubby started it the same way as the last one...tracing the cooler onto plywood and cutting it out, then building the frame around it. We use pressure treated 2x4's for the framing material. This one will have extra space on the side, maybe to make cocktails? Lol I want to do this one different…
DIY Wood Countertops - Sawdust Girl®
I’m building counter-tops for the laundry room by gluing up 2x6s. This is inexpensive material that I can finish into a beautiful wood countertop. DIY Wood Countertops I cut the edges off each 2×6 so they all had sharp edges. I don’t want these rounded –beveled edges on my countertop. This process involves a LOT ... Read More about DIY Wood Countertops