Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Faux Granite Countertop for less than 25 Bucks!

My VERY First post on my VERY first blog!!! Tell me what you think!



Okay....that being said....I'm going to post one of my seriously fave projects...a faux granite countertop that looks totally legit...and all for under 25 bucks, that's right, 25 bucks. Luckily my parents were brave enough to allow me to experiment redecorate a bathroom in their new house for less than 300 bucks. So, that meant real granite was out of the question, so I tried this super easy technique, and it had amazing results!
Here's the before, try to ignore the headband and focus on the boring-ness of the countertop....

I had obviously started to prep the bathroom...but was not planning on doing a tutorial...so excuse the terrible pictures...
But here's the after-

Look at the shine on that baby!!! Just like granite...and we do put our toilet paper ON the roll....usually.


This is the overall re-do, my parent's style is country/traditional, so I tried to do somethin' that fit the rest of their home...all for less than 300 bucks!


So, if you're interested....here we go-

Materials-
Krylon Spray paint primer (it adheres extremely well to the countertop)
Americana Acrylic craft paints (just the little bottles you get for around a buck at your local craft store. I used Americana because they have a great selection of colors, and are higher quality. Get some based on the color granite you'd like, I went to Home Depot and got a few laminate samples then picked the colors based on that, I got about 5 different shades of brown.)
A natural sea sponge (yeah, the same ones that make those terrible wall treatments)
Envirotex lite resin (you can find it at your local craft store, it's pretty pricey, but a great use for the 50% off coupons, it'll run about 30 without the coupon 15 with. The crafting options with this stuff are endless! or buy online here http://www.creative-wholesale.com/Envirotex%20Lite.htm)
Foam brushes
Painters tape
Newspaper or Plastic sheeting to protect the floor and cabinets
Optional: to make your granite look even more realistic, you can get gold leafing to add the gold flecks some types of stone have

That's all you'll need!

Here's a site with a TON of info and before and afters of people's countertops, several have done kitchens...some are amazing some are amazingly tacky...but it's fun to look! http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf999197.tip.html


Step 1-

Prep the surface by placing painters tape and newspaper along the walls and mirrors, also tape newspaper over your cabinets. Place balled up plastic grocery bags in your sink to kind of fill it up, then tape plastic wrap under the lip of the sink. Basically you'll want to make a totally goo-proof sink...unless of course you want drains clogged with resin...

Step 2-

Remove the faucets. Here's a video link to help with the process...this was the MOST annoying part of the whole process...http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-uninstall-bathroom-faucet-78952/view/ and tape plastic on the underside of the sink where the holes from the faucet are...so your undersink area isn't gooed either.

Side note: Always make sure to turn off the water valves so you don't repeat what my husband did when he replaced the hose to our washing machine...let's just say there was water gushing everywhere and the dryer doesn't work like it used to...I love my husband, but I think I wear the toolbelt in our house... :)

Step 3-

Clean area WELL. I used rubbing alcohol, but there are other industrial cleaners you can use to prep the counter, make sure there's no lint! Then spray primer on it and let it dry. I just used regular primer and did 2 coats, then waited 24 hours to let it fully dry.

Step 4-
You'll want to test on a piece of foamboard how you'll want to layer the paint to get the desired color and texture. I started with a really dark chocolate brown, then went lighter. Just sponge the colors on in various orders till you get what you like. Number the bottles with which goes first-last. This helps the whole countertop look the same color. Remember, when you add the resin it will be much darker than the sample, since the resin gives it sort of a wet look so go lighter than the color you actually want.

Step 5
Working in about 1 square foot increments, paint the countertop. Pounce the sponge on it to get the texture and color of the granite you want and let it dry.


A close-up of the counter, it's much better looking in real life, it photographs really weird, but you get the idea.
Step 6
When the paint is totally dry, put newspaper on the floor surrounding the counter to catch any drips from the resin. The Envirotex is basically like industrial strength modge podge....it's beyond awesome! Prep the Envirotex according to the instructions on the box. Use the foam brushes to push the envirotex all over the countertop, including down the lip of the counter top and up onto the back splash once it starts to set a little. This is the scariest part, and you really do have to work fast, but this is how you get the granite-y results! Use a heat gun/blow drier to remove any bubbles and to help level the surface. Wipe any drips off the ledge of the counter...unless you want to sport the icicle look on your counter...once it's dry to the touch, I'd recommend laying clean cardboard or foam board over the top to protect from dust while it cures overnight. Remove the tape and plastic before it totally dries so you don't risk pulling it off or having blue painter's tape as part of your bathroom decor...

Step 7
Replace the faucets...and enjoy your new countertops! Totally weird out friends and family by inviting them into the bathroom with you! Admire your thrifty handiwork! My sisters have put their curling iron's and straighteners on it without any melting problems, and we've had no issues with scratching, and it's supposed to be food safe too (not that we eat in the bathroom)...


It's pretty simple, and a stunning difference! It's a great option to hide hideous counters while you save for the real stuff. Just realize that this worked for me, but it is risky, so if you ruin your counters, don't send me hate mail :) Hope this gives those of you with ugly counters and no money to replace them, hope and inspiration!
Post results if you try it!

Here's a reminder of the awesome-ness




I'll also post about the awesome floor re-do. People think it's tile since it's grouted and feels like tile (minus the freezing cold part, which is nice when you step out of the shower).

See where I'm partying this week here


I'm also entering DIY's monthly contest....check it out here.







124 comments:

  1. Oh my am I going to be your first comment? The pressure is on now.
    Your project looks fabulous. And you did a fantastic tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
    Traci

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  2. Hi Rachel ~ the counter looks fabulous! I think I may have to try this:)

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  3. Wow! That turned out awesome! Love it! Welcome to blogland!
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  4. Wow! I'm redoing my bathroom in the spring, you just gave me inspiration for my countertop!

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  5. STUNNING! What a beautiful transformation for such a cheap price tag! I'm putting your counter top in the PoPP Spotlight. Thanks for linking up.

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  6. Unbelievable...it looks like the real thing! Welcome to the world of blogging~Sue

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  7. Thanks for the love everyone! I'm so excited about the great response I've gotten so far!

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  8. What a great first post! :) This countertop is awesome. You are brave! :)

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  9. Hey Rachel! You did an awesome job! This totally gives me hope and I can't wait to try it out on our single sink ;) Thanks so much!!

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  10. Welcome to Blogland, Rachel! And how on EARTH did you ever come up with that brilliant idea? I DO have granite countertops in the kitchen & bathrooms, but I live in a rent house so they were already here. HOWEVER, I think I am going to do my DRESSER in this technique! THAT'S JUST SOOOOO COOL! Can't wait to see what else you do!

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  11. So awesome!!! Wonderful job - thanks for sharing the how-to! Welcome to blogging - what a fab start you have here :) Come see me at:
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  12. The resin really seemed like it helped with your project. I've seen other people paint their counter and just put like a sealer on it. I had to wonder what their counter looked like a few months later. Sounds like this resin is the way to go.....though I would be totally scared to actually do this because I'd wreck my house. Yours looks great though!

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  13. Wow, that turned out amazing! I'm featuring this at Women Who Do It All.

    Jill

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  14. The counter top looks fantastic! I need to try this on my craft room countertop.

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  15. Your counter top looks great! What a big improvement to the room!

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  16. WOW! Welcome to blogland! What a great project, it turned out amazing! knuckle bump! ya!!!
    I went to be your newest follower, but your follow button doesn't work?! Let me know when it does, because I would love to see what else you come up with!!
    Have a great weekend!
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  17. Your countertop looks amazing!! I think I may have to try this!! Looking forward to your blogs!

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  18. Great job - who would have thought. Hope it holds up well.

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  19. WOW! That countertop looks really fabulous. I have a very ugly countertop that could use that treatment for sure! New follower!
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  20. That looks amazing. I have been researching painting countertops. What was the original countertop material-marble?

    Cheri

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  21. That looks just awesome...great job! Wonderful tut! Thanks for sharing and congrats on your first blog post...a super one!

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  22. Thanks again everyone for all the positive response! I LOVE your comments! Cheri- The original material was called "cultured marble"...it was definitely NOT real marble. It's sort of a cement board topped with a thin ceramic-type coating that had a plain matte white finish. So it's not the same as laminate, but I've had people do it on that with the same results! It's been a year now and it's holding up great! Best of luck with your project!

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  23. This looks great. I've wanted to do this, but couldn't figure out how to seal it properly, so I never did. Using resin is genius, and I don't know why I didn't think of it since I use resin for other things!

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  24. wow. "20 Somthing" sent me over because I had a counter top catastrophe. I am soooo trying this!

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  25. Hey, you were always crafty and creative. I think I'll try that in my kitchen since my sink has that hideous 70's yellow color for no reason whatsoever. Thanks for the demo! I'll let you know how it goes.

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  26. Okay, I'm a picture person so I have to be honest and tell you I didn't read your entire post! (I'm also honest to a fault)
    but wow! The counter top looks great. As I was reading it, I was thinking, she should link this to the diy club monthly contest. (I won in october) :)
    good luck on your blog!
    gail
    ps "catching" you in tomorrow's highlights!

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  27. I was at Gail's (MyRepurposedLife) a little while ago and saw that she 'caught' you....so I had to come and see your project!

    I must say the countertop turned out beautiful!! I did a friends floor one time this way...and it turned out really nice and held up well to foot traffic and chairs being pulled in and out from the table too!

    I've subscribed to your blog through email...and look forward to more of your projects.

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  28. hi Rachel!
    really great job on the countertop!!! {visiting via myrepurposedlife}
    welcome to blogland!! hope to see ya in my random neighborhood sometime! :)
    blessings,
    -tracie

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  29. Amazing job! I have been wanting to do this for so long and have never been able to find a good tutorial (just the hideous pics like you found at thriftyfun). I just painted my bathroom white because I have yellow laminate counters in there. I think it could not be worse so I will give it a shot! Great job on ur blog so far!

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  30. This is so awesome. Amazing job! I love it!
    I loved it so much, I featured it on my blog today! Come check it out:
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  31. Remodeling kitchen is the most exciting process and the granite Countertop is the best option to make your kitchen stylish and luxurious.

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  32. Any idea if I can paint the inside of the sink too? Mine is a one piece slab.

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  33. Great blog! I just spent an arm and a leg for Granite Countertops in my New Jersey home-I wish I had seen this post before I did because this looks so similar! What a great technique! Beautiful job!

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  34. Wow, that really looks like real granite countertops. You did such a great job on that bathroom. I can't believe you did that under $300. Great job!

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  35. do you think this could work over corian? The people that owned my house before me installed the UGLIEST teal-colored corian, its the color of nightmares.

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  36. Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. When you go into any type of go shopping that provides granite countertops, you are restricted by the types of rocks that they have in stock.

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  37. That's really amazing! A Dallas countertop installer I talked to said granite can run up to $100 a square foot. This is an awesome, affordable idea!

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  38. I can't believe it doesn't cost that much! I've seen some techniques and tips, but this is the best by a long shot! Anybody can follow these, as well as everything else that you've done to your kitchen. Best of all, you didn't have to spend too much! Where did you get the ideas for all those steps?

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    1. wow that is incredible too cool for sure thanx for the idea :)

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  39. i love this, what colors did you use?

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  40. I am in love with this! Can you please, please share the names of the colors that you used?

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  41. Ok! I didn't see an answer for the inside of your sink. Our bathroom counter is all one piece also! I assume resin is water proof...Love this post! Thanks

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  42. Hi Rachel,
    Could you please tell me where you got the coupon for the
    Envirotex? I can't seem to find one.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing such a genius job. I have cultured marble also and can't stand the way it gets dull and stains.
    You deserve a medal for sharing a great thing with people who can't afford(but want) the real thing!
    Love ya, Helen

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  43. I just read through the entire article of yours and it was quite good. This is a great article thanks for sharing this informative information

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  44. hollyrose@roadrunner.comAugust 25, 2012 at 8:02 PM

    Hi Rachel.
    I HAD cultured marble, now, thanks to you I just finished your tutorial for Faux granite. I've gotta tell you, you are a great teacher. I followed your instructions and now I have a fabulous looking bathroom counter top. It was a pasty white boring cultured marble, now it is rich looking and modern that I don't
    have to be ashamed of when company comes. After sanding the old top, I cleaned, tore out and replaced the old caulk with latex paint-able caulk. and applied two coats of the Krylon White Primer. After 24 hours I started applying the colors: Americana Brunt Umber,
    Cocoa, Apple Barrel Caramel candy, and Americana Mississippi
    Mud, with a dampened Sea sponge. The only step I have to do is apply the Envirotex Lite Resin. At this point I am so thrilled with the way it looks, and with the final wet look I know it will be great. Thanks so much. I hope all the other gals get inspired. I know I am!
    Love, Helen

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    1. Hi again,
      I finished glazing my bath counter top with Americana
      Khaki Tan-just to mute it a bit. Tomorrow is the big
      finish day for the shine on top. Will let you know how the Envirotex turned out.

      Regards, Helen (hollyrose@roadrunner.com)

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  45. This is an amazing tutorial, I read your blog yesterday and went out immediately to get supplies, thanks for the coupon tip, got a 40% off at Hobby Lobby. I put it all together last night and it looks really great, I do have a few bubbles but I'm gonna sand a bit and put the second coat a of resin on.

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  46. hollyrose@roadrunner.comAugust 28, 2012 at 1:08 PM

    Hi Rachel,
    I have applied the Envirotex, following the instructions very carefully. It is a perfect day for putting on the top coat because the weather is 86 degrees here. what a great product!
    I then used the hair dryer to remove the bubbles. I wiped off the counter underneath drips after 25mins and will remove the blue tape after 5 hrs. I am very happy with the way the process turned out. I am very happy to have found you.
    Thanks again, hollyrose@roadrunner.com

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  50. Love the idea. My husband and I can't wait to redo our onsuite but it is last on the list of remodeling. This might be just the thing to spruce up our out of date bathroom counters. Thanks for the tips.

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  51. I found this post very useful and informative and I have to say that information you have shared is quite interesting and useful. Thanks a lot for posting.

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  52. You did a great job. It does not even look like the same bathroom.

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  55. It looks really great!!! I'm trying to make my seriously out dated kitchen feel warm and welcoming. so far I've painted the walls and cabinets now it's the counter tops turn. so your advice has been very helpful. I'm gonna give it a try thank you :)

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  56. Great job. How is it holding up

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  57. Hi did you do anything the inside of the sink the after picture looks like a brighter white?

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  81. Hi Rachel,I did my counter tops last August per your tutorial. It's been a year now and
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