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Create Faux Marble Countertops Yourself | Explore Our DIY Marble Epoxy Guide to Make Faux Marble Furniture at Home - Stone Coat Countertops

Create Faux Marble Countertops Yourself | Explore Our DIY Marble Epoxy Guide to Make Faux Marble Furniture at Home - Stone Coat Countertops

Apr 7th 2020

Make Magnificent Faux Marble Countertops & Furniture at Home Using Epoxy

Make Magnificent Faux Marble Countertops & Furniture at Home Using Epoxy

If you’re wanting to reinvent your furniture and wondering if it’s possible to turn wood into marble, you’ve made it to the right place! In our easy-to-follow Stone Coat Countertops marble epoxy walkthrough video, you’ll learn how to create magnificent faux marble countertops using our famous epoxy and a few simple and affordable supplies.

Faux Marble Epoxy Furniture Supplies Checklist:

●  Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy

●  Base Color Tint - White

●  Metallic Powder - Diamond Dust

●  Rust-oleum Spray Paint - Gloss Black

●  1/8'' Square Notch Trowel

●  2- Chop Brushes

●  Mixing Paddle

●  Optional: Pearl Metallic Powder mixed into 91% Isopropyl Alcohol (for misting onto project)

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This project walkthrough is led by Mike—the friendly countertop magician who turns plywood into marble! And with his helpful guidance, you’ll quickly see that you don’t need to spend your hard-earned money on expensive marble. In fact, your faux marble countertop will look indistinguishable from that elegant marble design you’ve dreamed of—plus, you’ll have fun crafting your project along the way!

In this particular DIY video, Mike demonstrates how to transform regular plywood into a sophisticated Carrera marble epoxy creation. So if you’re ready to create that same incredible epoxy marble look, grab your supplies listed above, and let’s get started!

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P.S. If you get stuck along the way, you can always contact our friendly experts Monday through Friday 8AM-4PM PST. And be sure to subscribe to our Stone Coat Countertops YouTube Channel for more unique DIY epoxy walkthroughs!