Before I begin posting for my Marathon Valentine Week . . .
HERE’S WHAT YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR … the remarkable results from our RUSTOLEUM Cabinet Transformation Kit. This is our bathroom cab’s and woodwork redo. See the HOW TO post on this project.
FIRST a BEFORE reminder!
Now, below is the AFTER. You notice that the plain, routed design is now covered in a nice trim detail, which was also added to the flat surface door.
Going around the room here.
The vanity really came out nicely
We’re re-doing this room in stages. NEXT, we’re going to tackle the countertops, and finally, the lighting and mirror. Not sure yet what will be done with those, but I’ll keep you posted!
Have a nice Sunday afternoon. See you soon with all those Valentine ideas.
As always, try not to stress too much, just start something.
Later – Cheryl
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Well done! Looks lovely! Any tips for redoing a bathroom’s linoleum floor?
Thank you. I’m quite happy with it, especially covering up that plain routed border.
Well, we were going to try some vinyl planks that are peel n’ stick, but didn’t you say in an earlier post, that those did not work well for you? I have installed ceramic tile on a bathroom floor before, so am also considering that. Except for having to remove the toilet, it isn’t a tough project and lasts a long time. Have to do more research though. It’s not a difficult job, but a very labor-intensive one and would have to wait until I can open the windows.
Wow is that ever an improvement! Love it!
Oops – sorry Gloria. I replied to you in the wrong place. sigh!
Thanks. Affordable, easy and very durable. Can’t believe it. I always hated cabinet projects! Now … ONTO THE KITCHEN … YAY!
The “after” looks great! LOVE white cabinets!
Thank you. It’s so nice and clean … though they are actually a light gray. The lighting and my older camera don’t show the color well.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope you browsed the blog a bit more. Lots of fun stuff!
Later – Cheryl
Those after photos look like a completely new space- lovely!
Thanks. Now . . . onto the countertops. YIKES.
Wow! That looks great! I’m always tempted to paint cabinets, but terrified to actually do it! Love seeing others ‘go first’ HA ha! Stopping by from #SITSBlogging.
Thanks. This kit with the degreaser stuff really makes the project easier … not so messy as the old way.
Looks awesome! Can you come fix….everything in my house please? #sitsblogging
Well . . . I could help, but think the visit would be too far to travel 😦 Hey thanks for stopping by. I checked out your site too. Adorable baby boy.
I love white cabinets, too..so much prettier than wood and lighten up a room. The husband knows to hide the paint if he does not want them painted. I really like your curvy handles that you added, too.
The handles . . . OK, there’s a story here. We . . . yes I have to say it, we hated the brass and white enamel handles everywhere. Long ago I replaced the KITCHEN ones with these neat, copper curvy ones. Wouldn’t ya know, we redid the bathroom cabinets first and not the kitchen yet. (I wanted to make sure the RUSTOLEUM KIT worked first!) So . . . instead of letting me get new handles for the bathroom, Hubs swiped all of the kitchen handles from the bottom cabinets. So now I have a gorgeous bath, but a weird looking kitchen . . . as I can no longer find the copper ones. I’m still looking . . . but one of us has to give in soon!
Thanks for stopping. Come back soon!
That is funny! But they are adorable and unique. I will be stopping by soon I’m sure.
Stopping by from Comment Love…What beautiful results. The white color and the hardware really give the room some life.
Thanks. It does freshen things up!
Oh wow!! Such an improvement! It looks amazing. I am always so inspired and in awe of people who can do some amazing DIY work around the house! Love from SITS. xoxo
Thanks Courtney. Hubs and I make a good team on the major DIY stuff.
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