I finally got to tackle the little en-suite bathroom in the master bedroom this week, I was so happy with how it turned out! Everything is clicking along. This cabinet is one of those vanities that fits the space perfectly, it was in great shape,and I don’t know if I would be able to find something that fit so well with such great storage. I swear they built the bathroom around it. It was a good time for a bathroom cabinet makeover.
It’s a cozy space, in fact that is my knee in the lower right-hand side as I sit on the toilet to take the first picture with my phone.
DIY is so sexy sometimes. Please excuse the mess, if I haven’t mentioned it before, I am super-messy painter. I always have a lot of clean up after. 🙂
Here’s a few better ones with my camera.
I patched the old handle holes with wood putty, sanded the entire cabinet,primed and then did one more fill and then painted. You can see here a trick on filling in those old knob holes here.
I then drilled my holes for the new knobs before I painted for the last time, and gave everything a quick sand.
I considered using my buttering in technique to fill in the wood carvings, but I kind of liked how they looked painted.
Once it was dry, I put the knobs on. I found these really great ones at Home Depot.
I love these knobs with the drop handles. I want to find some place to use them in my own home.
I am going for a bit of modern cottage in this house, I love that this piece is black. I think black is coming back, so I can’t wait to show you the bathroom finished in it’s entirety!
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