DIY Penny Countertop


We all want an impressive décor for our homes, but the effort required to retransform the rooms is something to approach with a step by step attitude. The most commonly used area and one that need attention in most cases is the kitchen. We chose the countertop and encourage you to try and make this interesting penny countertop with your own hands. The DIY project needs a couple days of work, we won’t lie on this. But the result is quite impressive as you can see from the photos. Learn from other’s experience and follow the instructions provided in order to make the countertop look great in your home’s interior design.




Start with de-laminating the countertop, if that’s the case in your home. Paint it black and be ready to move onto the next step. You could make your pennies shine, even though this will bring their numismatic value down. Use vinegar and salt to soak them for a minute and then rinse with water and baking soda paste. If you don’t want to do that with your pennies, but still yearn for a shining countertop, just make a trip to the bank and exchange some bills into change.  Read all details in the link below…


Penny Countertop – Domestic Imperfection

11 Responses to “DIY Penny Countertop”

  1. Kim Smith says:

    I would like more details on how to do this project. How do I get the information? I thought when I clicked on it, it would give me a step by step. Please respond.

  2. Carol says:

    Directly under the last picture, touch or click on the words “Penny Countertop – Domestic Imperfection”. Hope that helps.

  3. Laura says:

    Click on the part that says “Penny countertop” it will take you to the full directions, I think this is too cool of an idea, I may just have to do it.

  4. k says:

    do your research before attempting this project-I found a table top challenging. I cant imagine doing a back splash, floor or counter.

  5. john says:

    Only thing I see as bad is cutting to pennies because that’s destroying currency. But just gluing them down is not destroying it.

  6. Common Cents says:

    Google would be a great place to start.

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