How could I leave behind the bathroom cabinet transformation?? I can’t move on with life until I write a post about how I took this old, faded, worn out cabinet and changed it into a little piece of art. And, I must add, WITHOUT a paint brush! The only paint brush you will need, is the one to apply the clear top coat. No spending hours touching up and applying perfect brush strokes. You are going to love how great this tutorial is.
While updating my bathroom, I contemplated taking down our mirror and putting up two round ones in it’s place… I do love the look of a round mirror, but I really liked the large size of the one we already had. Plus, patching the wall after I ripped that bad boy down, sounded horrible. Creating a frame for it seemed like my best option to make it work. There was no way I was keeping it up the way it was. With the little hideous plastic holder-clips they put all around it. What’s that all about anyway?
Man oh man, am I behind on this post or what?? I know you have been on the edge of your seat like, ‘When is Kelly going to let us know how she so frugally refinished her bathroom countertop!?’ haha.. Well, I went searching through my 1000’s of iPhone photos to find the documented process of this, and I took not ONE photo as I was refinishing it. Not one. I can pretty much guarantee that was because I was so focused on not screwing it up, that taking pictures went out the window! With that said, I still feel like I NEED to give you a mini version of this, because it’s just too good. So, I will still give you a basic run down on the how-to’s of this project.
My master bathroom makeover sort of happened on a whim. I was staring at it from my bed thinking, ‘Wow. That is just HIDEOUS. I really should redo everything.’ And literally that day I started to brainstorm ways to update each part. I have patience issues, so when an idea pops into my head, it MUST happen somehow. I knew that if I thought about it long enough, I would surely come up with ideas that wouldn’t break the bank. Probably my biggest job to tackle was the floor.
DIY projects are great… but the problem with starting one, is that it occasionally leads to a snowball effect of continuing projects. Once I completed our headboard, I knew I needed a pair of large table lamps…new bedding…new pillows…. and wait a minute- our master bathroom looks pathetic! I better redo that, too!
Our bedroom and master bath have been neglected since we purchased our home 4 years ago. Basically blank white walls and a bed. Seems when I have the itch for a DIY project, it ends up in another room of the house.
As you may know, I have a super active 3 year old boy, and an adorable 8 month old girl…. so I have not had energy for ANYTHING for a VERY long time. Oh man, naps were my favorite thing once baby #2 came along. As soon as I started feeling a little more like my old self, I decided this bedroom needs some work.