Bathroom vanity makeover
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Check out this DIY bathroom vanity and countertop makeover! This is a dramatic transformation and it was done on a tight budget.
Miriam Torres saved to Remodel
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.
Quick small bathroom makeovers on a budget project. If you 're looking for cheap bathroom remodel ideas for small bathrooms then you'll love this bathroom update DIY project. #guestbathroom #makeover #budget #diy
Joseph Ferraro saved to Diy home repair
Go from outdated and orange, to modern and neutral, with stain stripping gel!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 If you're looking to make a change to an outdated bathroom, first look at your vanity to see if refinishing it is an option - you'd be surprised what a a new stain job or some chalk paint and new hardware can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
If you like diy home projects you might want to paint a countertop. However, before you begin you should learn from our mistakes!
Mary Catherine Stofan saved to Home Repair
Update your bathroom with this tutorial for a DIY vanity makeover. A budget friendly makeover to make the most of your small bathroom!
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
I gave our bathroom vanity some TLC using Rust-Oleum's Cabinet Transformations kit. Here's how it works without any priming or sanding.
Grab your sander and get to it! The yellow aged finishing on the vanity had to go. I simply sanded the old finish off, applied a matte sealer and changed out the hardware #repurosed #bathroomvanity
Cynthia Harper saved to Cynthia Harper Living
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