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How to Paint a Bathroom Cabinet in a Weekend

Thanks to DecoArt for providing products used in my bathroom makeover. This post contains Amazon affiliate links.

how to paint a bathroom cabinet in a weekend

I have been slowly working to update my home’s master bathroom. Just before our daughters were born, my husband and I purchased our home in 2002. The master bathroom came with standard features – white tile floor, a large unframed bathroom mirror and an oak bathroom vanity.



Today I am sharing how I easily painted the bathroom cabinet / vanity. Painting a bathroom cabinet is something you can do this coming weekend! I used Americana Decor Satin Enamels Paint by DecoArt (in Pure White) for this project.



The Satin Enamels acrylic paint requires very little prep work before painting (e.g., sanding). It has a durable finish for high use areas. It is designed to minimize brushstrokes.



So far in the bathroom, I have also stenciled a feature wall and added a bathroom mirror frame to the standard builder-grade mirror. And now, with the white painted vanity, I think my bathroom looks great!



I painted my cabinet little by little (when I had the time) over a few days. This project can be completed over a weekend. Especially since the DecoArt Satin Enamels paint doesn’t require a primer coat or an extra topcoat, like other paints I’ve used.



I used three 8 ounce jars of DecoArt Satin Enamels Paint to paint my cabinet – that would cost about $30 total. Americana Decor Satin Enamels paint can be found at Amazon and Michaels Stores.

I painted my daughter’s bathroom cabinet about 2 years ago with Americana Decor Satin Enamels Paint in Smoke Grey, and the bathroom vanity still looks great!


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