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Top 100 Kitchen Countertops Projects

  1. 46. Adding Stone to a Kitchen (00:01:00)

    Adding stone is one of the easiest ways to make a kitchen look high end.

  2. 47. Building a Concrete Countertop (00:10:18)

    DIY Network shows how to build and install a concrete kitchen countertop.

  3. 48. Soapstone Kitchen Makeover - 2 (04:32)

    Dean and Derek help Vermont Soapstone install a soapstone kitchen counter.

  4. 49. Stainless Steel Countertops (03:42)

    Watch as professionals install a new stainless countertop.

  5. 50. Carter in the Kitchen- Part 1 (06:24)

    Carter creates a functional kitchen with new floors and countertops.

  6. 51. Stainless Island Countertops (00:01:00)

    See how to install stainless steel countertops in a few quick, easy steps.

  7. 52. First House (20:02)

    Simple projects to make a starter house sparkle.

  8. 53. Concrete Kitchen Countertops (02:13)

    Colored concrete can make one cool countertop for a stylish kitchen island.

  9. 54. Quartz Composite Samples (00:29)

    Matt Blashaw shows quartz composite for the Worst Kitchen's countertops.

  10. 55. Granite Tile Install (03:08)

    Granite tiles make a cost-effective alternative to a solid countertop.

  11. 56. 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
  12. 57. 10 Kitchen Projects Under $500 (20:00)

    Here are DIY's top 10 kitchen projects that cost less than $500.

  13. 58. 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.

  14. 59. To Wall, or Not to Wall (20:00)

    Wasted Spaces builds a cabinet below a countertop to create a kitchen bar.

  15. 60. Cape Cod Kitchen (20:00)

    Dean and Derek move cooking time poolside.

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