This is the last project before you get to see the “big” small bathroom reveal on Friday. So today’s project, spray painting light fixtures, will be a short one. Anyone else have ugly old light fixtures like this in your bathroom? I always thought they looked like two big ole bug eyes!
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Spray Painting Light Fixtures
First of all, I covered as much of the bathroom as I could with paper and drop cloth. I pointed a fan on me to get some fresh air. There’s an exhaust fan right above the light so I turned it on too. I learned my lesson after spray painting my kitchen door over 10 years ago!
Let me emphasize LIGHT! Don’t spray on too much at a time or you’ll get drips.
Bikeman wanted me to do a few touches of gold to match the sink faucet. I don’t know… I might go back and add them later.
It was really hard taking pictures of a light fixture! There’s no window in our powder room so there is absolutely NO other light in there.
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Thanks for reading. Leave a comment and let me know what is the strangest thing you’ve ever spray painted?
‘Til the next project,