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How To Make Over a Wet Bar

A tile countertop used for the newly enhanced wet bar is both attractive and economical.

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Top 100 Countertops Projects

  1. 1. Solid Surface Countertops

    DIY Network shares information about solid surface countertops that offer a seamless look with low-maintenance style.

  2. 2. Kitchen Colors That Stand the Test of Time

    DIY Network shares designer's tips for choosing kitchen colors that will outlast the trends and look fresh for years to come.

  3. 3. Smart Tips for the Ergonomic Kitchen

    Get DIY Network expert advice on the right counter height, the best flooring and where to put your appliances.

  4. 4. Choosing Countertops: Laminate

    Budget-friendly laminate sheds its dowdy reputation thanks to new, stylish prints and patterns.

  5. 5. Kitchen Island Oasis (20:00)

    These homeowners have a big space but it's blah and uninviting.

  6. 6. Metal Countertops: Copper, Zinc, Stainless Steel and More

    Stainless steel may be the obvious choice for metal countertops, but here are some other metallic options from DIY Network to consider.

  7. 7. Natural Countertops are Tops With Homeowners

    When it comes to kitchen countertops, tile has been replaced. DIY Network shows why going natural is gaining popularity.

  8. 8. Wood Countertops

    DIY Network shares information about installing wood countertops in a kitchen.

  9. 9. Kitchen Tile (03:19)

    Colorful countertop and backsplash tile add pizzazz to a white kitchen.

  10. 10. Gemstone Countertops (01:18)

    Here's a look at Antolini Luigi's exotic gemstone countertops.

  11. 11. Tile Countertops

    DIY Network explains the advantages of using large tile for your kitchen countertops.

  12. 12. Quartz: The New Countertop Contender

    With low maintenance, high durability and endless color choices, engineered quartz offers a tempting alternative to natural stone count...

  13. 13. How to Build and Install a Concrete Countertop

    Learn how to design, build and install a beautiful concrete countertop.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  14. 14. How to Pour a Simple Concrete Countertop

    To create a simple concrete countertop, DIY experts show how to build the forms, prepare the concrete mix, pour the concrete and get it...

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  15. 15. Handmade Backsplash- Part 2 (04:20)

    Paul and the Kitchen Renovations team update a loft-style home kitchen.

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