Elisa
Elisa
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  • Naperville, IL

Master Bathroom Paint & Hardware


This was the Master Bathroom update with just paint and hardware. We could use the shower due to a large crack, but the vanity, floor, and walls got a face lift wuth paint while we saved to do the over-haul.
Before Master Bathroom
Before Master Bathroom
After Master Bathroom
After Master Bathroom
We even had to paint the floor because we could get the grout clean!
We even had to paint the floor because we could get the grout clean!
After painted vanity
After painted vanity

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  • Belinda Kennington
    on Sep 12, 2013

    I think your bathroom makeover looks great! One thing you might try on the crack in the shower...the Flex Seal spray that has been advertised on tv. It comes in a spray can and you can get it in clear. Also comes in black and white. I bought some clear for a fountain I have on my back porch to seal a crack where it was leaking, and it worked great. You can find it at Walmart.

  • Cathy B
    on Sep 28, 2013

    @@Elisa You can dye the grout.

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