Last week we showed you how we transformed our upstairs bathroom from builder-grade to classic, and before that, we showed you how we brought our master bathroom from builder-grade and dated to sleek and contemporary. Today, we have our final bathroom transformation: the powder room.
Aside from our master bath, this could be the most important bathroom in the house. After all, it's the one our guests use most frequently, and as it is the closest to our living room and kitchen, gets a lot of use from the kiddos and us as well.
The formula for updating this bathroom is not much different from the previous two we highlighted, so I will keep this simple. For more detailed instructions, please refer to one of the other two posts linked above.
- Walls painted beige to match the existing floor tile
- Cultured marble countertops professionally resurfaced to a bright white
- Cabinets repainted using Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations kits (in Kona, unglazed)
- Knobs and pulls added from Home Depot
- Existing mirror framed-out using a MirrorMate frame
- Builder-grade, basic faucet switched out to the Delta Porter faucet in chrome from Home Depot (along with matching hand-towel rack and toilet paper holder)
Another easy, but sleek upgrade at Casa de Peters!