I just finished painting my bathtub a couple of days ago. I used Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile Refinishing Kit, and it's still curing (you're not supposed to get water on it for three days), but
the paint seems very durable. Of course, it IS paint, so it won't last forever, but I think this is a very good solution if you want a somewhat easy fix for an ugly, outdated tub, and don't quite have the budget for a complete replacement. More details (including a video) at the link below.
but you lost me with your comment. I CAN'T afford a contractor, which is why I decided to paint my tub. While you have the good fortune of having a husband who can and will do these projects for you, I don't. My husband is in a wheelchair and has M.S., so LITERALLY every single project that gets done around our home, I have to do by myself, with my own two hands. And yes, it does feel VERY good, and VERY empowering as a woman to do it myself, rather than having to rely on my husband or a contractor to do it. Just about everything in my condo is my own creation, built, made, altered, updated or created with my own two hands.
Confession time! This is my living/dining room. As you can see it is stark, white and minimal. I'll admit, I like it that way ~I'm odd like that :) but I've decided it's time to make a change and inject some color. I think New Year's Resolutions should be about challenging ourselves to do something that will ultimately make us happy (funny how we sometimes resist that), so this is mine. What's yours? Please use this hashtag in your post so we can all see it:
I live in a tiny condo and have to make the most of every inch of space. I gave my breakfast room a makeover by taking full advantage of vertical space with additional storage, and then added lots and lots of color!