News, Culture & Society

Woman transforms her ‘unique’ brown bathroom by doing just ONE thing to the tiles, bath and window

Savvy homeowner transforms her ‘unique’ brown bathroom in days using only PAINT after spotting a handy DIY tip on Facebook

  • A woman based in NSW has given her bland brown bathroom a lovely makeover
  • She visited Bunnings and purchased different types of white paint for the job
  • One was for tiles and benchtop and the other was a bath tub and basin paint
  • She’s now looking to redecorate the area with Kmart vines and greenery

A homeowner with a very ‘unique’ brown bathroom has completely transformed it in a matter of days using just two tubs of white paint from Bunnings.

The woman from New South Wales, who posted about her incredible work on Facebook, said she was ‘blown away’ by the results and is now looking to accessorise the room further with some Kmart plants.    

‘So the other week I put up some pics of my unique brown bathroom in hopes of some suggestions,’ she wrote.

BEFORE: A woman with a very ‘unique’ brown bathroom has completely transformed it in a matter of days using just two tubs of white paint from Bunnings

AFTER: The lady from New South Wales, who posted about her incredible work on Facebook, said she was 'blown away' by the results and is now looking to accessorise the room further with some Kmart plants

AFTER: The lady from New South Wales, who posted about her incredible work on Facebook, said she was ‘blown away’ by the results and is now looking to accessorise the room further with some Kmart plants

‘I was blown away with the amount of ideas and thought I would post the results.

‘Now off to Kmart! Any suggestions? I have a dropping green plant for the edge of the bath but just don’t know what colour scheme to go with.’

Hundreds of people commented beneath the photos to say they were interested in learning how she did it, and were surprised by the swift response.

‘I used the Dulux white gloss renovation range for tiles and benchtops ($69.90) on the floor and window frame,’ she said.

‘And the White Knight tub and basic paint ($95.90) for the bath.’

For less than $200 the bathroom has undergone a complete makeover with the help of some white paint – and there is more magic to come.

'I used the Dulux white gloss renovation range for tiles and benchtops ($69.90) on the floor and window frame,' she said

‘I used the Dulux white gloss renovation range for tiles and benchtops ($69.90) on the floor and window frame,’ she said

'And the White Knight tub and basic paint ($95.90) for the bath,' she continued

‘And the White Knight tub and basic paint ($95.90) for the bath,’ she continued

‘WOW! What a gorgeous improvement! Some greenery will make it pop for sure. And maybe one of those across the bath caddy things with some nice candles or bath bombs,’ one person suggested.

‘It will definitely look even better if you paint the walls white… it will make the room look larger too,’ said another.

A third added: ‘I’d put a heap of plants using cane woven baskets to match the lovely piece above the toilet.’

‘You could then accent with items such as towels, candles, toothbrush holders etc in your favourite colour. I’d go pink but lots of colours would match now. You could also get some frosted/patterned contact for the window that will block the view but still let light in.’

The woman will likely return to Facebook again to post the results of her complete revamp.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.