When we fully gutted our guest bathroom and took 11 months to put it back together, I said I wasn’t going to do it again. Yet here I am telling you about a bathroom vanity makeover because we decided to do another bathroom renovation.
In our defense, we are doing a phase one here so that means no gut job, no holes in walls, and all on a super small budget.
The first step to making over your vanity is cleaning. For this, I used the most amazing steam cleaner around from Wagner. I started off cleaning our tub before we refinished it and used the wider attachment to get all the gross weird water stains on it.
Want to see what how much power this thing packs in its small tank? This is what we started with:
I mean total EW right?! In NO MORE than five minutes, I got this!
SO CRAZY! When I tell you the worst part of a DIY job is the prep, I fully mean that, but this steamer took so much stress off of me and actually made it, dare I say, FUN! Is this what being an adult is? Calling cleaning products fun? Eek.
After the vanity was clean, then it was time to paint and prime this hideous vanity. We removed the doors and drawers and set them up in our Studio Spray Tent to spray primer and paint on them. I previously painted our entire kitchen cabinets by hand and foam roller and can I just say that theFLEXiO 5000 paint sprayer would have saved me an ENTIRE DAY of paint time. In less than 10 minutes, we had a perfect coat of primer and after a couple hours of dry time, they were ready for paint.
We used some fake marble contact paper and seriously you would not believe it’s not real unless I told you. It looks INCREDIBLE!
Say whaaa?! We still have some finishing touches to put on it, but we would love to have you follow along and see how this thing turns out if you want! Come stop by our corner of the internet over at Living Letter Home anytime and join our family! We will be waiting with open arms and working on our dad jokes.
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