Here I go again with the "MORE counter space"... but who doesn't want as much as they can get?! Just take a base cabinet, get a piece of plywood cut to the size and shape you want the top to be, and design with whatever tiles and trim match your kitchen. Go ahead, have fun with it!
My first try at the "shower curtain art". I chose a smaller size for my first one, just to get the hang of it. Obviously had to cut the shower curtain to fit the frame I built. For this one I used a hot glue gun to attach to the back of the frame. I thought it would be easier to get the lines straight by using lines of glue on the back, rather than risking wavy lines from the pull of staples. Next one will be a pretty tree or flower design rather than a pattern, and Much bigger!
Amazing what a coat of paint can do to anything! The dresser was old, and the finish was coming off and the mirror was a very light color.... as for the little tree accents, they are sticks from my yard spray painted black, and glitter glued to them in little petal shapes.
to create more counter space. all you need is some lumber, paint and a little skill. Luckily I have painted counter tops, so I matched mine perfectly. but you can always do a butcher block top which looks great with any counter style!