Updating brass shower doors

I think deep down I thought this was going to turn into a catastrophe that would never make it onto my blog, but to my shock and delight it turned out so incredible that it’s making me wish I had done this from the start! We don’t have flooring in this bathroom yet, I hadn’t even painted the walls yet. Somehow that misty overspray was able to float its way under the plastic in some spots.This bathroom will eventually be a gut job once we save all of our pennies, but I was tired of living with it in its current state and since a seamless surround is not in my near foreseeable future I figured I would give this a shot. Luckily, it wipes up pretty easily on the tile…the grout…

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There were several really time-consuming projects involved–painting the cabinets, making the framed mirrors, adding accent tiles, and painting the faucets and shower frame.But there were also lots of trial and error projects that ended up being…well…errors.Like the torn paper wall treatment that was scrapped, and then the glazed wall treatment that turned out to be too busy.Alexis Rohlin is a professional writer for various websites.She has produced works for Red Anvil Publishing and was one of the top 10 finalists in the 2007 Midnight Hour Short Story Contest for Once