Penny Floor

Tonya Tooners from Portland, Oregon took 13,000 coins, or three $50 bags worth, to create a stunning patterned floor in her house. After organizing them by color, she used ten bottles of Elmer’s glue, wood filler, and grout to keep things in place, while an epoxy layer gave it a shiny finish. The project took Tonya a few months to complete, and had to be delayed several times due to mishaps by one of her dogs on the pennies. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor
Penny Floor

“Afterwards, she drew an axis as a guide and started gluing the coins in a diamond shape – purposely using different-colored pennies (alternating between heads and tails) to provide a striking visual contrast. Once Tooners got to the edge, she created a border – an addition that gives it a distinctly vintage feel. Aside from the pennies, Tooners used 10 bottles of Elmer’s glue, grout, wood filler, and ‘expensive epoxy’ to make her dream a reality,” reports My Modern Met.