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Master Bath Mini Makeover ~ Budget Friendly!

Is your master bath not worthy of the master? You can give it a facelift for just a few bucks! See how we transformed our master bath from blah to beautiful!
Time: 5 Days Cost: $100 Difficulty: Medium
First I framed out the mirror with some molding. Mitered corners, clear adhesive and paint. It made a huge difference. Then tape everything off and use a good primer for the counter and cabinets.
After a basecoat that matched the mirror frame...I used craft paints and a sponge and crumpled paper towels to get a faux granite look.
Use several coats of polyacrylic to seal the counter. Prime, paint, glaze and seal the cabinets. This is Sherwin Wiliams Creamy
Add gorgeous oil rubbed bronze hardware and stand back and bask in your awesome diy skills.
We also spray painted the light fixture with Oil Rubbed Bronze and changed out the faucets. Without the faucets you can do this project for under $100.
Want to see more? All the details are in two posts here: http://www.kellysmoonlight.blogspot.com/2012/05/master-bath-mini-makeover-part-1.html
and the one below...

To see more: http://kellysmoonlight.blogspot.com/2012/06/master-bath-mini-makeover-part-2-reveal.html

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