I love this next redo. This is our current master bathroom. The cabinets were still in decent shape, and we didn't have a lot of money to make it over. We didn't want to mess with moving any plumbing, or redoing the floor which the previous owner had replaced not long before we moved in.
But I was adamant that we had to do SOMETHING, because the sink--your the basic cultured marble--was cracking and discoloring. I had tried everything to make it look clean without success. I thought of lots of potential ideas for replacing the countertop, but with it being only one sink and a long empty counter to the right, it made it impossible to find an inexpensive solution that wouldn't look really amateur. I was stumped for a good while.
Just click here! I love white cabinets usually, but I went with a custom blue I mixed in the end because I don't think chalk paint stands up to as much scrubbing as usual paint, and I didn't want it to look dingy. I did wax it, and the great news about chalk paint is that it is easy to touch up and you can rewax it whenever you want!
In the close up you can also see how much woodgrain is visible. I know I was worried about that before painting, but I think it looks great! Not too noticeable, and I think that has a lot to do with the nature of chalk paint and wax!
And that, my friends, was our master bathroom makeover on, you guessed it, a major budget. I still love it to this day! It feels very fresh and pretty!