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Looks good! If you buy a house and can't afford upgrades: Change out your builder grade brass shower trim using Rustoleum's Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint ... what would cost you $800 to replace, will only cost you $5 to paint. Holds up well with the water because it is indoor/outdoor paint..... (Pinner says: I also did this with my light fixtures when we moved into our house)

you buy a house and can't afford upgrades: Change out your builder grade brass shower trim using Rustoleum's Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint ... what would cost you $800 to replace, will only cost you $5 to paint. Holds up well with the water because it is indoor/outdoor paint..... (Pinner says: I also did this with my light fixtures when we moved into our house)

The Wonder of Spray Paint My cousin Erika posted this great idea on her Facebook page: She took Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint to the brass knobs in her house. GREAT IDEA! I am already buzzing with different applications to use it on…hardware, knobs, pulls, light fixtures, lamps, frames… and how about those chrome builders grade bathroom fixtures ?… the list could go on and on…

Paint all the shiny brass knobs with Rustoleum Oil Rubbed bronze spray I am so doing this. Hate the shiny brass in my home,

If you buy a house and cant afford upgrades: Change out your builder grade brass shower trim using Rustoleums Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint ... what would cost you $800 to replace, will only cost you $5 to paint. Holds up well with the water because it is indoor/outdoor paint..... (Pinner says: I also did this with my light fixtures when we moved into our house) diy

The Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (ASCP) states you don’t have to sand or prime but if you are re-doing cabinetry, either bathroom or kitchen, I would at least give them a good clean with detergent to remove oil, grease, or any residue before painting. I did do a test board that was sanded and another that was not sanded: the sanded side had better paint adhesion and a smoother, end appearance.

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Get rid of that builder grade oak! Use GEL stain. Good to know for buying first house :)

Paint all the shiny brass knobs with Rustoleum Oil Rubbed bronze spray. EASY WAY TO UPDATE YOUR HOME!

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This amoire, and it's taupe color, (with or without doors), is fabulous in the bathroom along with the great accents on the shelves! ♥ And, I like the ceiling, BUT THAT'S IT. (I do not, do not, like the old-fashion wallpaper nor tub or floor.)