Updating kitchen counter tops

SO much has been going on at the house this week, I don’t even know where to start! First up, the paint is almost done and I’m loving the colors (you can see them all here). I will find out and tell you when I share the final reveal pics I talked about my kitchen plans changing a little bit last week – it’s not a huge change, but I nixed all the butcher block counters. We could not find a wood that looked good with our wood floors.This is the mudroom blue: and our master bath and bedroom grayish, greenish, blueish color (so dark in this photo, but gorgeous in person! I haven’t shown the cabinets painted in here, they are the same deep blue as our kitchen island. Speaking of countertops, the kitchen counters also got installed and I love them! The guys didn’t want to stain it, because it wouldn’t be food safe without using a sealer that would make the finish glossy.

bathroom-blowjob

I even got a big slab of it and tried it out in the kitchen (see the photos here).Alex Rodriguez and his daughters, Natasha (left) and Ella, gather in their Coral Gables, Florida, kitchen.The matte-finish oak cabinetry by Italkraft is complemented by gleaming tile; the sink fittings are by Waterworks.An inky surface also works in a more traditional kitchen; black granite or marble surfaces add gravitas to rustic wood shelves or a colorful tile backsplash. Dark counters—whether glossy or matte—will make your dishes shine and vibrant flowers and linens pop.

bathroom-blowjob

Take a spin through these examples from the Modest beauty prevails at this Montana family retreat by Lake|Flato Architects and interior designer Madeline Stuart.

In case you forgot, this is what the countertops looked like before. If we shelled out the big bucks for stone countertops we wouldn’t see a great return on investment when we eventually sell this house. Our new laminate kitchen countertops set us back

Take a spin through these examples from the Modest beauty prevails at this Montana family retreat by Lake|Flato Architects and interior designer Madeline Stuart.

In case you forgot, this is what the countertops looked like before. If we shelled out the big bucks for stone countertops we wouldn’t see a great return on investment when we eventually sell this house. Our new laminate kitchen countertops set us back $1,400 (that includes the cost of the countertops, removal of the old, and installation of the new), but keep in mind that we have a lot of countertop space in our kitchen.

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Take a spin through these examples from the Modest beauty prevails at this Montana family retreat by Lake|Flato Architects and interior designer Madeline Stuart.In case you forgot, this is what the countertops looked like before. If we shelled out the big bucks for stone countertops we wouldn’t see a great return on investment when we eventually sell this house. Our new laminate kitchen countertops set us back $1,400 (that includes the cost of the countertops, removal of the old, and installation of the new), but keep in mind that we have a lot of countertop space in our kitchen.

,400 (that includes the cost of the countertops, removal of the old, and installation of the new), but keep in mind that we have a lot of countertop space in our kitchen.

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