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  • Sarah Kirtley-Newton

    Copper penny floor, coated with clear resin. Sooo want to do this somewhere in the house and possibly for a backsplash too!!!

  • Babsi Spencer

    Copper Pennies + Clear Risen = Beautiful Floor If you want to try this: Save this picture and go to your local Home Improvement store and ask them what type of Clear Resin would work the best and what kind of under-lament would be needed. In this picture they had a concrete floor to work with. Yes, it would be cheaper than the average floor, if you did the work yourself. The price, including the cost of the pennies would probably range from 2.50 to 3.50 a square foot. What a cool idea.

  • Susie ♥(̆̃̃ღ。

    Copper Penny Floor If you want to try this: Save this picture and go to your local Big Box Home Improvement store and ask them what type of Clear Resin would work the best and what kind of under-lament would be needed. In this picture they had a concrete floor to work with. Yes, it would be cheaper than the average floor, if you did the work yourself. The price, including the cost of the pennies would probably range from $2.50 to $3.50 a square foot.

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Cool idea but boy, that's a lot of work!

Ha! I finally found a DIY version with a sort of tutorial for penny flooring. This person used mosaic mesh and made tiles, then laid the tiles, instead of putting the penning straight down onto the floor. I REALLY want a penny floor in my kitchen. I think this would work!

DIY penny countertop... I think I'd go for something silver, though that would up the project cost.

A pinner wrote: we are doing the penny floor in our mudroom. i am so excited. it should cost us about $10 in pennies and maybe another $30 in supplies - probably less.

Mermaid wall. I actually think I would like this outside by the pool.. water feature or something..

Copper Penny Floor - do I even want to know how long it would take to lay THAT many pennies???!?! Ack! LOL

A penny saved.. is a tile floor - I knew even before we bought our house that I wanted to put a penny tile floor in somewhere. As in real pennies. We had seen a floor like this at the Standard Grill in New York and thought it was really pretty and on a small scale wouldn't be hard to fabricate. So I saved a bunch of pennies, made a template, bought some mesh backing for mosaic tiles, glue that could hold metal and started making sheets of tile.

this is a penny desk but i would mosaic tile a table top for an outdoor patio area :)

Yet another example of bringing the outdoors into your bathroom. by Frederico Valsassina Arquitecto

omigosh, a paisley stencil to apply the white paint, then two coats of walnut stain....I'm ready to go sand down my kitchen table right now!!