Painted vanity bathroom
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Makeover furniture or cabinets with a faux Pottery Barn Seadrift finish. Step by step guide on how to create a painted driftwood seadrift faux finish.
Jane Crisp saved to For the Home
Find paint color inspiration for painting bathroom cabinets with these 21 painted bathroom cabinets in a variety of gorgeous colors.
Beth Owen saved to Bathroom DIY/Products
Here is a great bathroom vanity diy idea. You will love learning how to a paint your old oak vanity for this bathroom update on a budget.
I gave our bathroom vanity some TLC using Rust-Oleum's Cabinet Transformations kit. Here's how it works without any priming or sanding.
Breathe some life back into dated furniture with a couple coats of chalk paint. Chalk paint adheres well to furniture, so it only requires a bit of prep work on your end.
Promising review: "I really love this paint line. I have used it twice, the first being a console table, and this time on this 1980s bath vanity. The first project has held up for two years with zero issues, paint chips, etc. I used the can with a chalk paint brush to apply. Two coats, and then two coats of wax over a 48-hour period. It's only been a month, but this bathroom has high traffic (and teens who continually bang the doors, drawers, etc.) and it's holding up fine. The consistency…
Paulina Otylia Niechcial saved to Projects
I'm showing you step-by-step how to paint a bathroom vanity with a perfectly smooth paint finish that will last for years.
Terry saved to Decorating Flagstaff Home
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Gzino saved to Home Decor and styling
Time to go! My financial advisor gave me a bit of a talking-to the other day. I totally deserved it. See, I close on the new place in five days. She is perfectly aware that I am spending the bulk of my money on the down payment, but also knows me well enough by now...
Go from outdated and orange, to modern and neutral, with stain stripping gel! I was thrilled to have a MASTER BATH when we bought our 1960s fixer upper a few years ago... and even more thrilled when I realized it would only need a facelift for me to really like the space. If you're looking to make a change to an outdated bathroom, first look at your vanity to see if refinishing it is an option - you'd be surprised what a a new stain job or some chalk paint and new hardware can do! This is…
Ransche Roberts saved to Home