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It’s Week 4 of the One Room Challenge and we have new bathroom cabinet hardware!
First, we would like to thank all of you for your suggestions for the bathroom vanity countertop. After much research and consideration we will be painting the vanity top today with a product made specifically for tubs, tile and countertops. Stay tuned for an update on that transformation next week. This week is all about our new bathroom cabinet hardware.
This post is sponsored by Liberty Hardware but all opinions are our own.
After painting the bathroom cabinets we just knew that these Bedford Brass pulls and knobs would be the perfect compliment to the bright blue paint.
The finish combines the nostalgia of vintage fixtures with the modern elegance of gold to create a tone that is lavish and elegant. Exactly what we were looking for!
Even though this cabinet door only had one coat of paint on it at the time, we couldn’t resist seeing what the hardware would look like.
Jackpot! This truly is a winning combination.
The handle is perfect for each cabinet door. We wanted to completely change the look from what we had before. That’s the idea of a makeover, right?
If you love this cabinet hardware as much as we do you can find it below as well as other favorites.
TO DO LIST
take down wall mirror remove existing toilet paper holder take down existing towel bar remove existing towel ring tape off walls, baseboards and doorway for wall painting repair and patch drywall holes before painting paint walls tape off walls in preparation for ceiling paint paint ceiling
ape off flooring and walls in preparation of painting vanity remove vanity hardware remove vanity drawers and doors prime vanity paint vanity seal vanity add new vanity hardware
- change out vanity faucet
- clean and degrease tile floors and shower tiles
- sand tile floors and shower wall tiles
- thoroughly clean tile floors and shower wall tiles
- prime floor tiles
- prime shower wall tiles
- paint floor tiles
- paint shower wall tiles
- faux paint floor tiles
- faux paint shower wall tiles
- seal floor tiles – 3 coats
- seal shower wall tiles – 3 to 4 coats
- add glass subway tile feature wall above vanity
install wallpaper mural feature wall
- hang new mirror
- remove existing light fixture
- install new light fixture
- hang new shower curtain rod
- hang new shower curtain
- install new toilet paper holder
- add two (2) new towel hooks
- install new towel ring
- find countertop solution
If you are not familiar with the One Room Challenge™ this is how it works. It was created by Linda of Calling it Home several years ago and it has mushroomed into the fabulous bi-annual challenge that it currently is.
Within the next few weeks we will completely makeover one room from top to bottom. Every Thursday we will give you a progress report and let you know how we are doing. You will not only get to see our progress updates, but of lots of other designers as well! On May 10th we will all have the big reveal of our magnificently completed spaces. The featured designers post on Wednesdaysand design bloggers like us will post on Thursdays.
Also we are thrilled and fortunate that Media Partner House Beautiful is a sponsor of this challenge.
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Thanks so very much for following along!