Five DIY Recycled Kitchen Countertop Ideas

Published on NewsOK Published: January 16, 2013
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Countertop made from an old door: What can old doors not be used for? Interior designer and design blogger Linda Merrill built her own custom countertop by upcycling an old door. The look is quite polished, though slightly rustic. A handmade skirt ups the sophistication factor. Linda achieved a high shine on her countertop by painting it with glossy exterior trim paint. She prepped and primed the door carefully to ensure the smoothest paint application.

Countertop tiled with pennies: Though she is not a professional tile contractor, San Antonio blogger Ashley from Domestic Imperfection tiled her countertop with pennies. Question: Is this a good use of money? All those pennies add up to less than it would have cost her to install a granite slab countertop. Ashley reports that her epoxy-covered penny countertop is very watertight (she even dries her dishes on it).

Butler pantry counter made from upcycled old dresser: If you need a counter area right away for a small space, consider upcycling an old dresser. Gypsy Barn, a furniture upcycler in Ontario, has built quite a few coffee stations from old dressers. The old dresser becomes a mini-kitchen island or cabinet with counter.

Chaya Kurtz writes for Networx.com.

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