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Tracy Vaninger with Sunny Little Studio

Good to know! 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.

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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)

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)

Good to know! 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)

Very classy ornament, perfect for house decoration.

{paint all the shiny brass knobs with Rustoleum Oil Rubbed bronze spray}

Spray-painted chandeliers--and how many of those ugly brass ones have you seen in the thrift store?

Get rid of that builder grade oak! use GEL stain.

She loves the Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze as much as I do, but I'm just not sure how the knobs would REALLY hold up. I tried spray paint at the old house and rings and pretty much anything else marred the surface... Only one way to find out!! The secret to updating old brass doorknobs! Great idea!