PaintingBathroom Makeover

Our Task
Our client had a small area of paint bubble up after some water damage and when we showed them the price to repair the area and match the existing paint, a whole room repaint made more sense.
Our Process
We removed the mirror and fixtures, fixed the damaged area, did a light clean and sand on he walls, and began to paint. They wanted to do the dredging style where the walls and ceilings are the same color so we applied 2 coats to the walls and it took 3 to get the ceiling looking good.
For this project we used the Sherwin Williams Cashmere paint in a Plum Dandy semi gloss.
The Result
The customer was happy with the result and I think it turned out well too. The darker color did call for brighter light bulbs and I recommended they switch the wall accessories from stainless steel to gold to make the color pop a bit more.

What to do when you have a closet that had a large HVAC tubing and not much else?

Make some custom shelves and make it look like the pipe was never there. We were able to reuse old shelving to create a much more usable area.


Tools Used:

  • Drill
  • Screws
  • Pencil
  • Miter Saw
  • Level

Materials Used:

  • Caulk
  • Shelving
  • Paint
  • Drywall
  • Drywall Mud
  • Drywall Tape
  • White Board

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