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Budget Bathroom DIY

Posted by CLBlakey (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 11, 12 at 10:38

I just finished my bathroom the counter top had a stain and the arborite was coming off I wanted to try the Rustoleum stoneffects so here was the perfect trial place. The beadboard is wallpaper with the rounded corners I could not use real wood. I have an aversion to oak so painted the existing cabinets

Bathroom Before
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Bathroom AfterPhotobucket

Counter top close upPhotobucket

total cost aprox $180


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That turned out great! Very nice refresh without spending a fortune.


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What a difference!!!


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Thanks - I am doing the same in the kitchen now the larger counter surface is proving to be a bit more challenging.


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Very nice! The beadboard looks great,


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My friends didn't believe it was wallpaper they had to touch it. Thanks


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It really came out well. That's quite a transformation for <$200! Enjoy!


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Terrific job....that counter top looks so neat. And the bead board looks fab!


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What a great job you did. I love smart inexpensive jobs like this, great vision. I thought you retiled the floor too because the trim and beadboard wallpaper make it look much more stylish than the old decor!


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I wish I could have done the flooring. The beige has to go I might have to paint it until I get new stuff.


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