granite counter under window arch
Photo: Alexandra Bandon
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Salvaged Stone Countertop

As big as my kitchen is, it lacks the counter space I need to do some of my cooking and baking. At some point, I acquired several pieces of marble from a friend. So I took one to a stone yard and had it cut to size, then epoxied some brushed metal legs on it. I mounted it on a cleat under the windowsill, and now I have a little baking station.

Total cost: $140 for stone cuts and table legs
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