A drab kitchen gets a Tuscan-inspired makeover with warm colors and natural textures.
Hide CaptionShow CaptionA skim stone refinishing product livens up the old cracked countertops.
Frank takes on the worn, cracked countertops with a skim stone refinishing product. He spreads a bonding primer on the countertop with a trowel (or with a brush on the bullnose sections). After two coats of primer, the color coat goes on. Fontana has chosen a Tuscan olive green, and the finish is a raw, stone-like texture, which adds a natural, organic touch to the kitchen. Finally, a food-safe sealer is applied with a rag, and it brings out the rich green tones.