Don’t get me wrong….. I love sponge-painted walls just as much as anyone! Which means…. mirrored iphone 8 case not so much. We just moved into our new Minnesota home last week and we have lots of cosmetic updates to make in our house. esr iphone 8 plus case We have a long list of projects ahead of us, but one small job that I wanted to tackle was Savannah’s Bathroom. 360 protect case iphone 8 plus With all of the updates we want to do, we are trying to be extremely frugal. alice in wonderland phone case iphone 8 Even small facelifts in a home can get really expensive! We were able to transform our bathroom from the “Before” to the “After” for just $21.01: beforeAfter (2) Before we moved, I went to some garage sales and scored big on partial gallons of paint! I bought the Aqua Semi-Gloss on the walls and the Black Semi-Gloss on the cabinets for $7 total. star trek iphone 7 case For the door hardware, I used some handles and knobs that we had removed from our previous home (we replaced them with new ones) and just painted them metallic silver. Handles (2) I also re-used the existing vanity light fixture and just used the same high-heat metallic silver paint to make it match the knobs. I hit up a thrift store yesterday and bought a white shower curtain for $3, shower curtain rings for $.25 and a new black bath mat for $2. stilinski phone case iphone 6 I also spent $4.99 on a clear shower curtain liner.


2 Responses to Spongy to Sleek: Bathroom Update on a Budget

  1. Dana Tranby says:


  2. Karen says:

    I LOVE it! Can’t wait to see more of the magic you do on your new home! Hugs!!

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