It seems whenever I visit my daughter, we find a new project to do at her house. I love the fact that we are both creative and love to decorate. It is one of the many things we share together.
In my last post I let you know she is moving into a new house in just a few days. Before she makes the move, I wanted to share a quick post of the bathroom cabinets we had updated one weekend a couple of years ago in the old house.
Weekend Cabinet Remake
On this particular weekend, we decided to refinish what she felt were outdated cabinets in her second bathroom. You know the ones we’re talking about. Those generic builder oak cabinets you find in so many homes.
I can tell you – there is nothing generic about my daughter’s decorating and she hadn’t liked those cabinets since the day she moved in.
In these pictures, the paint is still wet which makes them look shiny – but they won’t be when they are dry. Using thin coats allows for a smoother finish. On areas that needed a second sanding, a third coat of paint was added.
A new light fixture was added to the update. You can see it here, but it was hard to photograph.
An easy and affordable update for any bathroom and what a difference it makes!