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Many Uses for Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze (ORB) Spray Paint

Many Uses of Oil Rubbed Bronze (ORB) Spray Paint--From vent covers, to picture frames, to cabinet hardware, to light fixtures--you can update without having to buy new.

Refinished brass door knobs! 1) Buff with steel wool 2) Paint with non-etching primer 3) Spray with metallic black paint! Inexpensive upgrade! DIY -- Definitely want to do this for the new house!

Get rid of that builder grade oak! use GEL stain. Already pinned this once but Iike her version too! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

DIY Door Knob Spray Paint Makeover

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Spray Paint Door Knobs?? YES YOU CAN!! So easy, you won't believe it!

How To Spray Paint Door Knobs. this might have to do until I can afford glass and anthropologie door knobs

Young House Lovefrom Young House Love

Updating Interior Doors By Installing New Doorknobs

Love these interior door knobs with the big back plate. Come And Knob On Our Door | Young House Love

Previous pinner wrote, "The best tutorial yet on framing a bathroom mirror. No nails! - LOVE house of smiths!!" Great tutorial pictures to show you how to do this and a before and after picture.

DIY oil-rubbed bronze fixtures with a Rustoleum product. I need to remember this for a multitude of items in our house.

By Jenna Sue.....how to paint brass fixtures and bathroom faucets for an updated look. Love this idea!!

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Spray Painting Door Knobs

Spray Painting Door Knobs - Absolutely perfect if you have ugly brass door knobs and hinges, but don't want to spend money on new hardware.

Curtain rod made from dowel and cute drawer knob. Save a LOT of money and it's custom! Ingenious!

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

How To Make a DIY Drum Shade

lampshade over standard light fixture,,, What a smart and affordable too

DIY: We have outdated hardware all throughout our home since our house was built in the mid 90's. We are on a budget, so a handy friend of mine told me to spray paint everything. The guy at Home Depot recommended this spray paint, and to use steel wool on the metal to help with saturation. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up with wear and tear, but for now I'm impressed!

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How to Frame a Builder Grade Bathroom Mirror

how to frame a builder grade bathroom mirror, bathroom ideas, diy, home improvement, woodworking projects