Do you want to remodel your kitchen, but can't afford natural stone countertops? Consider using paint to get the high-end look of granite.
By Karin BeuerleinMore in Kitchen
This kitchen’s ambiance was dated by its swirling brown laminate countertops, although the surface was in excellent shape. If yours isn’t, repair any chips or dents with two-part epoxy putty before starting, but don’t try to install Countertop Transformations over buckling, peeling or bubbling laminate.
Talk about a shift in mood! Refinished cabinets, sleek black hardware and charcoal-finish countertops bring this kitchen squarely into the modern era at an affordable price.
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