Pouring Your Own Concrete Countertops — Tutorial By Splatgirl
Pouring Your Own Concrete Countertops. You'll Need: Wood (for frames), caulk, carbon fiber mesh, plastic sheeting, rebar (may be required for long skinny pieces for extra reinforcement), wet grinder, diamond grinding pads, diamond hand pads and trowels, heavy duty rubber gloves, cement powder and water (for slurry) sealed with Cheng sealer and wax.
DIY Countertops The DIY tinted concrete countertops contain bits of gravel, beer-bottle glass, and marble wall tile. Homeowner tip: "To give the countertops a glass-smooth surface, I polished them with a pneumatic grinder fitted with a diamond pad, then used a specialty sealer."
Hand painted cabinets,so could do that because it looks good, but navy not charchoal, maybe a charcoaly navy. like the colour of the counter-tops and the wooden box on the shelf matching the colour. also like the wide knife block, and this being set out next to a herb and pestle and mortar.