Unusual Bizzare Kitchen Project

1 Week
Medium

Formica countertops and heavily stained white porcelain kitchen sink made over!
Countertops resurfaced with cement and acid stained. Dropped in a copper apron sink and bridge faucet. Removed the old floor tile and acid stained and sealed. Loving the warm feeling now. Enjoy!
More of my home DIY projects here: http://www.hometalk.com/cfuh8s3qsd/posts
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Resurfaced countertops with mesh rewire and applied cement to surface. Colored with concrete acid stain. Dropped in copper apron sink and bridge faucet. The stone work on countertop and stove backsplash is standard patio stone.
Kitchen cabinet makeover with Portland cement and paint. Converted the grey formica look to something a bit more earthy.
Kitchen cabinet makeover with Portland cement and paint. Converted the grey formica look to something a bit more earthy.

Top Hometalk Projects

21 Ways to Have More Polka Dots in Your Life
15 Quick and Easy Gift Ideas Using Buttons
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
30 Ways To Use Old Jeans For Brilliant Craft Ideas
30 Unusual & Helpful Gardening Tips You'll Want To Know
30 Essential Hacks For Cleaning Around Your Home
14 Cool Ways To Upholster Chairs That You Can DIY
29 Of The Best DIY Mirror Projects Ever Made
17 DIY Projects You Can Start And Finish Tonight
30 Creative Ways To Repurpose Baking Pans
30 Ways To Use Old Jeans For Brilliant Craft Ideas
31 Creative Garden Features Perfect For Summer
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
21 Totally Terrific Things You Can Do With Doilies
Randy Stewart

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Winter
    on Feb 23, 2016

    Hey Randy, how did you get the colors in the concrete to keep from blending too much?

    • Randy Stewart
      on Feb 24, 2016

      I controlled the color and guided the flow with occasional spraying from a water bottle. Poured a cup of acid stain into paper cup and poured it in direction desired then slightly fused the colors and design by spraying a little water up and down the countertop length. That was it.

Join the conversation

2 of 33 comments
  • Michelle Austin
    on Jun 1, 2016

    WOW! Love it!!!

  • Elo7717345
    on Aug 21, 2016

    Wow! Very creative! I love it all, but what I love the very most is the part above the fireplace! May I ask, is that the cement treatment or something else?

Your comment...