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Gray Marble Epoxy Countertops With Blue Earth Accents | RK3 Designs

Have you ever seen a softer gray? I think not 😁

0:00 – Intro
1:34 – Mixing Colors
7:22 – Pouring
8:00 – Spreading
11:19 – Adding Details
25:19 – Clear Coat (
28:39 – Wrap Up

RK3 Designs is a learning studio focused on teaching how to create beautiful epoxy finishes using Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy. These tutorials include epoxy countertops for kitchens, bathrooms, and much more. This channel provides tutorials for DIYers, contractors, designers, or artists.

Rhonda Dracoulis Founder and Primary Instructor
RK3 Designs started as a way for Rhonda to showcase her creativity but has blossomed into a way to help others find theirs. Her obsession with painting led her to start refinishing furniture and kitchen cabinets. She found customers wanted a nicer option than laminate but more affordable and customizable than natural stone, which lead her to countertop epoxy! Since then, she’s helped thousands of students, from across the country (and even Canada eh?).

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27 thoughts on “Gray Marble Epoxy Countertops With Blue Earth Accents | RK3 Designs”

  1. What amazes me about this particular finish in this video…this is in real time. You created this absolutely stunning finish in less than 30 minutes. Stunning, Rhonda! ❀️❀️❀️

  2. Great job, this was exactly what I was looking for when doing my countertop. The only change I make is a little lighter on the gray. Was this on a wood surface with a paint and primer or MDF with an undercoat bonding?

  3. The first epoxy experiment I did was one of your videos. Now years later, I believe I'm going to steal this one for my own kitchen! ❀️ Love what you do. Thanks for sharing your creations with us!

  4. I really really loved the out come of this piece the colors are unbelievable. They muted together so nicely. Really loved it. You go girlπŸ₯°πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

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