Unlike laminate, granite or quartz, epoxy allows for a broader range of designs and colors at a fraction of the price. Epoxy can be applied on new materials as well as over many existing countertops. Epoxy countertops can be seamless, food safe and easy to clean.
Another great thing about epoxy is how resistant it is to moisture, making it the perfect countertop to install around sinks and other water sources. It is also very resistant to high heat, scratching and caustic chemicals.
Kitchen & Bath Countertops
This upcycle project was a dark multicolor laminate countertop. By using taupes, light greys and whites we were able to get a beachy granite look to brighten up the whole kitchen as well as the bathrooms. With our process, we were able to install the countertops while keeping the existing black tile backsplash.
Bathroom Vanity & Backsplash
This bathroom vanity was designed around the existing cabinets and incorporated a new surface mount sink.
Upgrade your beat up RV countertops with durable epoxy to bring life back to your RV. Refinishing the shower stall with epoxy is also a great idea to modernize your RV.
The lastest trend in kitchens is a full seamless panel backsplash. In this kitchen we were able to get the look of marble at a fraction of the cost.
This bathroom vanity was built from MDF plywood then coated with epoxy and color to create a marble look. A waterfall on both sides was used to create a compact and clean design.
This wood dining table was upcycled by coating the previously scratched surface with paint and epoxy to create a new marble look. A great way to modernize an older table. If you look close you can see light turquoise blue.
We were able to preserve the integrity of this antique cabinet by adding a removable countertop.
This wooden bench storage in the mudroom had seen better days. By adding an epoxy top we were able to cover the scratched wood as well as get a damage resistant, easy to clean surface. We used a combination of browns, taupes and even some glitter to get the look of gem stone veining.
Bedroom dresser and side tables
We re-covered this scratched and outdated stone surface with vibrant new epoxy which enhances the modern look of the cabinet.
These living room tables were a "80's" light oak, we stained them an espresso stain. Then did a paint and epoxy marbled finish in browns, blacks and grays.
This table is a beautiful combination of repainted metal and glass along with the marble epoxy finish we added
This antique coffee table is a numbered table made by the Chesterfield Company. We clear coated the art deco legs and used paint and epoxy to finish the top with a marblized look.
Dresser & Mirror
This antique dresser was modernized by clear coating the drawer fronts and using epoxy and paint to add a dark marblized look to the top of the dresser.