Counter top new look

Old 09-07-04, 08:39 AM
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The master bath has an dusty rose counter top. I would like to change this to a more neutral color. My husband has never cared for it and because of the odd color it is difficult to find just the right way to decorate. Is there some way that this can be done and withstand the moisture in a bathroom. I have thought about peal and press tile.
Old 09-07-04, 10:34 AM
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what is the surface now? formica? and how long of a counter is it?
Old 09-21-04, 02:44 PM
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Vanity top

Measure the vanity and price a formica top and drop in bowl at a local kitchen cabinet dealer. While you are at it have them price a one-piece cultured marble vanity top. The problem with peel & stick tiles is the gap between tiles, which will trap moisture and cause tiles to peel off. There are paints and coatings available, but they are not a long-term solution due to exposure to moisture, cleaning products, and other chemicals.

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