Reader's Countertop Makeover

I started this blog a couple years back after taking some time off from work after the birth of my second child.  I missed design and felt out of the loop after months of "baby/kid"time.  Blogging served as a way to reconnect, be it virtually, and have a place to compile images I loved and document projects I was working on in my own space.  It also held me accountable to finish those projects.  I had no plan or direction, the blog took on its own life and I have made so many friends and contacts through it.  I am so thankful for that!

One of the best parts has been hearing from my readers.  I remember the first year, wondering if anyone was even reading... being shocked when I got a comment.  And then I started getting emails asking how to do certain things, so I my house became a canvas for DIYs.  I can't tell you how it makes my day to know I have inspired some of you,
and that are you actually doing some of my DIYs!
OK, so I need to share this with you... I feel like a proud mama...

Check out Maddy's countertop makeover. 
She used my Faux Carrerra Marble DIY and transformed her dark laminate...

She practiced on a small side table first and then did this project.  I am so impressed by her! 

It is amazing how much brighter her kitchen is with lighter counters.

Thanks for sharing this Maddy! You get serious high fives for a job well done!

 And keep the projects coming,  I love to see what you guys are up to.


modern jane said...

Wow! I'm kinda amazed by this! It looks fantastic!

Sharon said...

That looks fantastic! My jaw dropped!

Lindsay said...

This looks incredible! We're about to put real marble in our kitchen...wish I had seen this first! haha

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

What a great improvement. Question you think this same technique could work on granite? I'm sure you're wondering why I'd paint granite but it's a small powder room with VERY bright orange granite and I'd love to tone it down.

Lauren@BaylorSays... said...

That looks incredible!!! Holy smokes, I was a doubting Thomas for sure. Good work.

Sam, Leave The Nest Up To Me said...

I have the Ikea Docksta table from your original post and almost died when I saw how great yours looked! One day I'll bribe a friend into doing it for me :)

Dana Frieling said...

I'm totally identifying with the beginning of your post. I'm still in the "is anyone actually reading my blog" phase. It's all about patience, right? Your blog rocks for inspiration!


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