Today’s post is just a small piece of a bigger project. I’m in the process of redecorating my downstairs powder room. It probably wouldn’t have taken very long but I had three HUGE flea markets to prep for at the same time I decided to work on the bathroom. I’ll show you the rest when it’s finished but today all you get to see is how to spray paint bathroom necessities.
And by bathroom necessities I mean the lovely plunger and toilet bowl brush.
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How to Spray Paint Bathroom Necessities
Unfortunately, in our small house (not tiny… but small) we don’t have much storage. I’d love to be able to store these in a closet or cabinet but they usually end up tucked behind the toilet.
I already had this metallic spray paint for something else I’m going to spray paint in the bathroom. (I’m keeping you in suspense about that one.) Today when I walked in I was thinking about how ugly the plunger and brush are and that they’ll seem even uglier after I paint everything else in there. Then I thought, “Why not paint them, too?!?”
It didn’t take long for me to spread out the newspaper and get to work! Spray painting is soooooooo easy. I may try spray painting one of my jewelry boxes. This whole project probably took 15 minutes, not including drying time.
But even with drying time, after two light coats, they looked like this in less than an hour.
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- How to Spray Paint Your Vent a Hood (coming soon)
What’s the strangest thing YOU’VE ever spray painted?
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim