Can you Spray Paint Bathroom faucets?...Oh yes you can!
Will it last?....
Here is the after!! We painted over the wallpaper with a delicious robin's egg blue color and I made this toile valance from fabric that I purchased at
Wal-Mart probably 3 years ago!
It looks amazing made into a valance and then I simply whipped up a basic black curtain to go underneath. I think this just made the room pop!
I even spray painted the yellow tiered wire basket black!
After with the black trim around the mirror, the black knobs, the new lighting painted black and the curtains hung
We even took the door knobs off of all the doors and sprayed them black too.
So worth it don't you think?
Okay here is the one mishap...see these lovely brass lights...well we went to Lowes to find something to replace them....we did...the lights were gorgeous and seriously marked down.....
Here are the new lights...they were silver so I spray painted them black...they have white bell shaped covers that hang off of where the blue tape is....
I was so excited to get them hung up...they were going to be perfect! Well....
As fate would have it..once we took off the old ones..we discovered that there were 3 separate holes cut in the mirror and the new fixtures (the ones that I had just spray painted ) only have one small base to cover it with! We tried all kinds of different ideas...cutting a piece of wood for a new base, we thought about adding more mirror to cover the holes...after running all over town trying to come up with a simple solution.... we ended up having to buy another new set of simple lights and spray painting them black and my sweet amazing hubby hung them up to cover the holes. (why didn't we just spray paint the old ones you may be asking? because my hubby chucked them and they were gone) So I gave two sets to my sister for her new bathroom and I still have one that I hope to use somewhere else. Sink faucets before...
Sink faucets after! We took them off and lightly sanded them and then spray painted them with a textured flat black spray paint...Krylon Outdoor spaces textured finish..but I think any kind of black textured spray paint would work. . They look like Iron now and seem to be holding up quite well. I still have to figure out how to get rid of the cracks in the sinks.
For anyone thinking of doing this....I would probably use a primer of some sort on the faucets underneath to help the paint adhere even better.
Have you checked out this beautiful grey painted masterbedroom makeover we did here using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint...you will be oohing and ahhhing over it! It always amazes me to see what paint can do to out dated furniture!