With the holidays coming up, I wanted to share with you how I created a DIY counter top that would keep your kitchen space looking clean and tidy, without costing a fortune.
I was inspired by this article from the New York Times about the beauty of “living with less” by a couple of women who lived with less than $1,000.
It inspired me to create this counter top to keep the house looking clean without costing me a fortune, and it also looks beautiful with all of the accessories in the kit.
I didn’t want to spend too much on materials, but I do need to be careful not to use too much, as the counter top could become a little chunky.
Plus, if you use too many materials, the paint may dry out.
I used the same basic design as in the New Yorker article, but this time with the addition of an old-school stovetop.
It allows for easy maintenance without the hassle of replacing the fuel and having to buy more fuel for the stove.
The stovetop I used in this tutorial is from Home Depot.
This stovetop is the one used in the article.
I had previously built my own stovetop with a wood-burning stovetop, but it required some trial and error and was not very effective.
With this design, I could quickly and easily adjust the temperature and heat settings, and even make the stove look cool.
In this photo, you can see the top of the stovetop being heated.
Once I got the stove working, I added some more decorative items to help keep the space looking neat.
I wanted the kitchen to be visually appealing, so I added a vintage coffee mug, which is an old design, to complete the look.
The fireplace mantelpiece and other decorative items are from the home improvement store, Home Depot, as well as some reclaimed wood.
I also added a small dish rack that I had recently purchased from Home Goods.
The dish rack holds a couple plates and is easy to set up and remove, which allows me to take a break from my busy schedule.
This kitchen is finished, and I can now move on to the next project.
The instructions I give you in this article are the exact same as for the New Jersey stovetop that was featured in the Times article.
If you are looking for a simpler DIY stovetop for your kitchen, I hope you find this guide helpful and give this DIY countertop a try!