Posted by Brault Agrican on Tuesday, 5 November, 2019 02:52:44
Finishes for bathroom vanities range from stains and paints for wooden vanities to veneers for laminate ones. Depending on your surface and the style of the bathroom, an antiqued finish or a more traditional stain or paint color might be the right choice, or you might want to explore a veneer that approximates a surface like granite or concrete.
Gray is a popular color choice for bathrooms. It is the third most popular color scheme, and almost as popular as white. When you combine gray with colors such as blue, green or purple you can create a very peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. Cool colors already give off a calming feeling but when you add gray, those feelings are more intensified.
Changing a boring white bathroom cabinet can be as simple as applying a coat of paint to the surface. But if you are looking for a more complete change, you can replace the hardware and even add
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The best place to start in choosing bathroom colors is your flooring and countertops. If you're doing marble or something similar in your tile, picking up on either the darkest or lightest color of the veining really can make a bathroom pop:
HOW TO PAINT BATHROOM CABINETS: DIRECTIONS. 2.) Next, it is time to prime the wood. Two coats of primer should do it for very dark oak wood like ours. The goal of the primer is to adhere to the wood. Because primer is a lot cheaper than paint (a gallon is about $20-25 for primer) vs. the $42-45 for a gallon of cabinet paint,