Contact Paper Office Counter Top

Before - brown laminate
After - To the right of the sink
Finished countertop. Still have to paint the walls though..... more pics to come.

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  • Patti Patti on Aug 16, 2020

    It looks like it is in a surgical area re: the OR light. Do you worry about bacteria collecting in the seams?

  • Barbara D Barbara D on Feb 13, 2021

    How is this removed? I have a rental unit where the renters have done this with my countertops. The way they did it and what they used is AWFUL. How do you remove it?

  • Phoenix Phoenix on Feb 14, 2021

    DO YOU SEAL IT WITH ACRYLIC OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT SO IT REPELS WATER? I WANNA DO THIS IN THE HALL BATH BUT I'M AFRAID WITH THE GRAND-KIDDOS THAT THE WATER WILL GET UNDERNEATH AND CREATE MOLD. ANY SUGGESTIONS?


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  • Tricia Mahan Tricia Mahan on Jun 07, 2017
    I've done it.....what an awesome result.....lasts about 7 years or so....and I wipe it down with antibacterial sprays and have had no issues.
    Love the look...

  • Kitty Kitty on Jun 13, 2017
    I used to use empty cardboard boxes, the tall square ones that many items come in. From 2 ft to 4 ft tall. First place folded newspapers/magazines in it to give it support. Then cover them in "marble" contact paper. They make great plant stands!

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