Transformed My Cabinet in a Few Hours!

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I painted my daughters bathroom vanity in a beautiful Deep Turquoise.

I did clean off the vanity but didn't sand back the existing finish as it was pretty dull & dry. It took barely any paint, which means the coverage is outstanding. I added some bin pulls & a floral knob & called it done!!

Now to shop for the perfect shower curtain & rug.

Before! The builder grade oak cabinet is extremely dry and nearly no finish left. I cleaned with D-Natured Alcohol & H2O.

My daughter chose the color Amalfi.

My pup, Mr Winston Churchill loves to watch me paint.

The Paint has a built in bonding primer & top coat. Its also self leveling. So no reason for sanding between coats. It looks like its been sprayed.

I chose Bin Pulls & One floral glass knobs for the jewels.

Gorgeous color!

This is all I used out of the quart size paint.

Miss Lily loves her new pop of color in her bathroom.

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Stephanie  Coon/Rehab to Fab
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  • Joanie Joanie on Nov 22, 2017
    I love this COLOR!! I just made a comment, does anyone just paint WHITE cabinets because it is the Trend......I love color and doin' my own thing. White may be in style, but it will go out of style TOO!!!!!! Your cabinet is gorgeous and that bathroom will be beautiful, I'm SURE!!

  • Mary Creasy Mary Creasy on Dec 05, 2017
    That is beautiful. Love the color and the new hardware...Great job