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Next Up Resurfacing Kitchen Countertops With kitchen countertop resurfacing, a new kitchen surface doesn’t have to mean a hefty price tag. Refinish Kitchen Countertops Don’t replace your kitchen countertops—refinish them with stylish options like faux granite refinishing kits, stone-look stick-on sheets, or a fresh recoating. Wood Kitchen Countertops Natural and completely down-to-earth, a wood countertop can provide a rustic or luxurious finish to your kitchen area. Wood Kitchen Countertops Versatile, functional and handsome, wood kitchen countertops can go from antique-chic to rustic elegance depending on the species, wood grain and finish. Natural Counters Rise to the Top When it comes to kitchen countertops, tile has been replaced by natural stone, solid surfaces and environmentally friendly alternatives. Concrete Kitchen Countertop Options Create a uniquely personal kitchen surface with the use of concrete countertops. Kitchen Countertop Replacements Before you settle on a kitchen countertop replacement that’s right for your space, consider the range of materials available—and the cost of installation—as well as the ease of future maintenance and repairs. Choosing Kitchen Countertops Granite or laminate? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your remodel. How to Decorate Kitchen Counters Get all the info you’ll need on decorating kitchen counters. Painting Kitchen Countertops Is painting your kitchen countertops an attractive alternative to replacing or resurfacing your counters entirely? HGTV says the answer is a resounding, “Yes!”
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Resurface Kitchen Countertops

Resurfacing Kitchen Countertops With kitchen countertop resurfacing, a new kitchen surface doesn’t have to mean a hefty price tag. Refinish Kitchen Countertops Don’t replace your kitchen countertops—refinish them with stylish options like faux granite refinishing kits, stone-look stick-on sheets, or a fresh recoating. Wood Kitchen Countertops Natural and completely down-to-earth, a wood countertop can provide a rustic or luxurious finish to your kitchen area. Wood Kitchen Countertops Versatile, functional and handsome, wood kitchen countertops can go from antique-chic to rustic elegance depending on the species, wood grain and finish. Natural Counters Rise to the Top When it comes to kitchen countertops, tile has been replaced by natural stone, solid surfaces and environmentally friendly alternatives. Concrete Kitchen Countertop Options Create a uniquely personal kitchen surface with the use of concrete countertops. Kitchen Countertop Replacements Before you settle on a kitchen countertop replacement that’s right for your space, consider the range of materials available—and the cost of installation—as well as the ease of future maintenance and repairs. Choosing Kitchen Countertops Granite or laminate? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your remodel. How to Decorate Kitchen Counters Get all the info you’ll need on decorating kitchen counters. Painting Kitchen Countertops Is painting your kitchen countertops an attractive alternative to replacing or resurfacing your counters entirely? HGTV says the answer is a resounding, “Yes!”
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Resurface Kitchen Countertops

Next Up Resurfacing Kitchen Counters What’s the difference between resurfacing and refinishing kitchen counters? HGTV has the answer. Refinish Kitchen Countertops Don’t replace your kitchen countertops—refinish them with stylish options like faux granite refinishing kits, stone-look stick-on sheets, or a fresh recoating. Painting Kitchen Countertops Is painting your kitchen countertops an attractive alternative to replacing or resurfacing your counters entirely? HGTV says the answer is a resounding, “Yes!” Kitchen Countertops Discover the kitchen countertop that will work best with your design style. New Kitchen Countertops Discover your options for a new kitchen countertop, ranging from simple DIY options to those that require professional help. Choosing Kitchen Countertops Granite or laminate? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your remodel. Outdoor Kitchen Countertops Countertops in your outdoor kitchen maximize workspace and beauty in a variety of materials and colors. Outdoor Kitchen Countertops Options Stone, concrete or tile? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your outdoor kitchen. Painting Kitchen Countertops For a budget-conscious kitchen countertop, consider painting over your current surface for a fresh, cost-efficient option. Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide Consider function, style and budget when shopping for counters for your remodel
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Resurface Kitchen Countertops

Resurfacing Kitchen Counters What’s the difference between resurfacing and refinishing kitchen counters? HGTV has the answer. Refinish Kitchen Countertops Don’t replace your kitchen countertops—refinish them with stylish options like faux granite refinishing kits, stone-look stick-on sheets, or a fresh recoating. Painting Kitchen Countertops Is painting your kitchen countertops an attractive alternative to replacing or resurfacing your counters entirely? HGTV says the answer is a resounding, “Yes!” Kitchen Countertops Discover the kitchen countertop that will work best with your design style. New Kitchen Countertops Discover your options for a new kitchen countertop, ranging from simple DIY options to those that require professional help. Choosing Kitchen Countertops Granite or laminate? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your remodel. Outdoor Kitchen Countertops Countertops in your outdoor kitchen maximize workspace and beauty in a variety of materials and colors. Outdoor Kitchen Countertops Options Stone, concrete or tile? Get tips on how to find the right surface for your outdoor kitchen. Painting Kitchen Countertops For a budget-conscious kitchen countertop, consider painting over your current surface for a fresh, cost-efficient option. Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide Consider function, style and budget when shopping for counters for your remodel
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Resurface Kitchen Countertops

BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Countertops Resurfacing Kitchen Countertops You don’t have to replace your outdated countertops to take them from tired to trendy. Save time and money by resurfacing your existing countertops with these three easy techniques. By Kathy Barnes Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Take your outdated kitchen counters from blah to beautiful. Countertop resurfacing is a fairly easy process of covering the existing surface with tile or sheet goods. In just a few hours or days, you can give your kitchen a whole new look at a fraction of the price of brand-new counters. Resurfacing works best over smooth laminate. If you have tile or very damaged laminate, you’ll need to strip away the existing counter down to the particleboard underneath. Remove the sink before beginning; it can later be replaced and caulked into the new surface. continue reading below Relaminating Love laminate but hate your current counter’s outdated style? Bring your kitchen into the modern age by installing new laminate right over the existing tops. Sand the old laminate. Cut new laminate to fit, leaving about an inch overhang in the front, and place it over the counters with dowel rods between the two surfaces. When the new piece is in the correct position, bond it to the old counter using contact cement, removing the dowels one at a time and pressing the laminate down as you go. Use a rolling pin to get rid of air bubbles. Remove the overhang with the edge of a power router. Affix precut plastic edge pieces and use clamps to hold the laminate in place until the glue has cured. Granite Sheets Love trendy granite but not the hefty price tag? Get the look at a fraction of the cost with an overlay, which is real granite blended with polymer resin to create thin sheets. Professionals must install this product. The company will measure your counters, make a template, cut granite to fit, and install the sheets. Although it is more expensive than do-it-yourself solutions, granite overlay is about 20-30 percent less than new slab granite and can be installed much faster and with less mess. The product is heat-, stain-, and scratch-resistant, doesn’t need to be sealed, and carries a 10-year warranty. Tile Whether you love the classic look of square white tiles or want an affordable way to get the look of granite, tile is a great solution for covering up dated laminate. If you aren’t starting with a particleboard base, first install a sheet of thin cement board over your existing laminate counter. Lay out the tile using rounded bullnose tiles for the front edge, set them with mortar, and add grout. If you’re installing granite tiles, use a matching grout to create the seamless look of slab granite. Ceramic or porcelain tiles are a smart addition in the kitchen because they are moisture-proof, knife-proof, and don’t hold heat. More for You Countertop Material Finder If resurfacing won’t work for you, take our quiz to find the perfect material for your new counters. Kitchen Remodeling Guide Download our FREE guide to remodeling your kitchen. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Popular In Kitchen Countertops Kitchen Countertops Gallery Cultured Stone Countertop Guide Kitchen Countertop Picks: Solid-Surface Countertops More Kitchen Countertops Load More
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Resurface Kitchen Countertops

BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Countertops Resurfacing Kitchen Countertops You don’t have to replace your outdated countertops to take them from tired to trendy. Save time and money by resurfacing your existing countertops with these three easy techniques. By Kathy Barnes Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Take your outdated kitchen counters from blah to beautiful. Countertop resurfacing is a fairly easy process of covering the existing surface with tile or sheet goods. In just a few hours or days, you can give your kitchen a whole new look at a fraction of the price of brand-new counters. Resurfacing works best over smooth laminate. If you have tile or very damaged laminate, you’ll need to strip away the existing counter down to the particleboard underneath. Remove the sink before beginning; it can later be replaced and caulked into the new surface. continue reading below Relaminating Love laminate but hate your current counter’s outdated style? Bring your kitchen into the modern age by installing new laminate right over the existing tops. Sand the old laminate. Cut new laminate to fit, leaving about an inch overhang in the front, and place it over the counters with dowel rods between the two surfaces. When the new piece is in the correct position, bond it to the old counter using contact cement, removing the dowels one at a time and pressing the laminate down as you go. Use a rolling pin to get rid of air bubbles. Remove the overhang with the edge of a power router. Affix precut plastic edge pieces and use clamps to hold the laminate in place until the glue has cured. Granite Sheets Love trendy granite but not the hefty price tag? Get the look at a fraction of the cost with an overlay, which is real granite blended with polymer resin to create thin sheets. Professionals must install this product. The company will measure your counters, make a template, cut granite to fit, and install the sheets. Although it is more expensive than do-it-yourself solutions, granite overlay is about 20-30 percent less than new slab granite and can be installed much faster and with less mess. The product is heat-, stain-, and scratch-resistant, doesn’t need to be sealed, and carries a 10-year warranty. Tile Whether you love the classic look of square white tiles or want an affordable way to get the look of granite, tile is a great solution for covering up dated laminate. If you aren’t starting with a particleboard base, first install a sheet of thin cement board over your existing laminate counter. Lay out the tile using rounded bullnose tiles for the front edge, set them with mortar, and add grout. If you’re installing granite tiles, use a matching grout to create the seamless look of slab granite. Ceramic or porcelain tiles are a smart addition in the kitchen because they are moisture-proof, knife-proof, and don’t hold heat. More for You Countertop Material Finder If resurfacing won’t work for you, take our quiz to find the perfect material for your new counters. Kitchen Remodeling Guide Download our FREE guide to remodeling your kitchen. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE

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