DIY Counter Corbels

6:00:00 AM

I love the look of corbels...

I especially like the ones under kitchen counter tops. 
I've had my eye out for some for a while and the other day 
I found this ugly brown pair at a garage sale and quickly got to work painting them black to match my counter tops. 

Next step was a little distressing...

and then I mounted them under my counter top.

I think they look great and add a lot of character to the kitchen!
What do you think?

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  1. I love that look, Susan! If I had a counter top like that I would do the same thing. How great that you find them at a garage sale, too.

  2. They DO look 'em :) Laurel

  3. I couldn't agree with you more! They look great!!

  4. Ohhhh oh! They are gorgeous! Someday, when I own my own countertops (rather than renting them!), I would love to have something like this. You did such a nice job - thanks for sharing!

    Swing by my blog to see how to make healthy ice cream - no ice cream maker required!!

    -MJ @ MD School Mrs

  5. I'm jealous! I'm looking for exactly that!


  6. Very nice, I love the "new" yet "old" look. I am new to this blogging thing, its so nice to see all that you have to offer. So many ideas and new friends out there just waiting to be found. Have a blessed day! ~Sara

  7. They look absolutly great. I'm jealous!!!


  8. Love those also, my kitchen island could use some.

  9. They do look great! My parents have corbels on the foe vent hood. Thanks for linking this up as well.

  10. I think they're beautiful!!
    I love the look of them too!
    You did a great job and the distressing is perfect!!

    Deborah xo

  11. Susan,
    That was a complete score! They look fabulous! Lovely addition to a very pretty kitchen. Thanks for linking it up at Home Sweet Home!


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