Welcome Fawn, of Frugal Home Design, one of our new monthly contributors!!! She sent in this wonderful project that I think is genius! What do you all think?
Isn't that a nightmare! Not only is the vanity IN OUR BEDROOM, but look at those closet doors. I am not sure at what point in building it became a great idea to put the sink/mirror/closet right in the bedroom, but I know it was happening in the 90's.
Several months ago I scored some paintable vinyl wall paper at Lowes for $3.62 for a whole roll.
At the time I didn't know what I wanted to do with it, but one morning it hit me–CHANGE THE CLOSET DOORS!
There are a lot of steps to this project so I thought it might be easier for me to list the steps and then explain the steps.
1. Remove closet doors
2. Sand and wipe with deglosser
4. Put wall paper on
5. Install trim
6. Caulk trim
7. Hang doors back up
AAHHH So much better. I don't know if I will leave the insert white or not. It might need a little something to make the texture pop, but for now I like it.
You can see a peek of the dresser that needs some love and the trim I still have left to paint, but for now–look at those doors.