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
After Master Bathroom
We even had to paint the floor because we could get the grout clean!
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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