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A quick note on something not previously discussed, I painted the original closet door handle. I didn’t want to replace the old silver one just yet, so I removed the handle, took it outside and scuffed it up with some sand paper, cleaned it really well, primed and painted it with satin black spray paint.
I found this simple pendant light to replace the boring builder light that was there previously. It adds a little bit of interest, it’s simple and inexpensive. I really hate how the builder left the insides of the shelves white, and it wasn’t even a crisp white line. But it all ended up getting painted a pretty soft white (Alabaster by SW).
In this next “before” picture you can see the faucets and the vanity lights are also still silver. I have a bigger makeover for this bathroom in store one day so I didn’t want to spend the money to replace them just yet. Of course spray paint is my answer for everything! I did the same thing with the faucets and light as I did with the door handles! The faucets have a small amount of scratches after 3 years but they aren’t in terrible condition and of course the light doesn’t get any wear and tear so it’s held up great! I’d say it works great for a temporarily solution!
I also sold these mirrors and picked out some new ones that I really loved with little shelves on them! So cute!
I have WAY bigger plans for this bathroom! I was more into farmhouse in 2020 when I did this little refresh and now I’m gettin further and further away from that style. But for now, I still love what I did in here and what I’ve learned along the way! What do you think of this? Is it something you’d tackle? Do you think I’m crazy for painting my floor and shower tile??
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Next up, I built Mia a loft bed!