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Top 100 Countertops Projects

  1. 46. Kitchen Catch-Up (05:35)

    Watch as a kitchen gets a face-lift with a little money and a lot of sweat.

  2. 47. Soapstone Countertops- Part 3 (04:02)

    Granite countertops get a template made; the soapstone countertop is set.

  3. 48. Kitchen Prep (01:00)

    How to prep and install kitchen cabinets and countertops.

  4. 49. How to Remodel a Kitchen Countertop

    See how DIY experts remove an old countertop and modify the existing cabinets so they can fit in new appliances.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  5. 50. Kitchen Chaos (20:01)

    An ugly, outdated and closed-in 1950's galley kitchen is completely redone.

  6. 51. Leave Me a Gnome (04:14)

    Matt teaches MBA students Mike and Susie to do most of the work themselves.

  7. 52. Cutting Board 101 (02:43)

    Learn how to install a built-in cutting board in your kitchen countertop.

  8. 53. Stark to Inviting- Fixtures 2 (04:02)

    The vanity is topped off with a new countertop and custom sinks.

  9. 54. The Poker Cave (20:01)

    Jason and Tony give homeowner Rod more room to host his poker tournaments.

  10. 55. Big Trouble- No Room for China (20:00)

    Professionals take this couples tiny space from impossible to incredible.

  11. 56. Cape Cod Kitchen (20:00)

    Dean and Derek move cooking time poolside.

  12. 57. 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
  13. 58. Resurface a Kitchen Countertop (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics on resurfacing a kitchen countertop.

  14. 59. The Pros and Cons of Engineered Stone Tile

    DIY Network shares information about engineered stone tile — a durable choice for countertops and backsplashes.

  15. 60. Cutting Bathroom Granite (00:01:27)

    With a little elbow grease and the right know-how, you can cut granite.

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