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Old 10-21-2013, 10:50 AM  
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They wanted over $100 dollars to replace the ugly chrome toilet paper roll, towel bar and hand towel with the newer oil rubbed bronze finish. I purchased a $5 can of oil rubbed bronze paint and sprayed it on all the chrome. What a nice change, which included the flush handle on the toilet.


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Old 10-22-2013, 10:33 AM  
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Nice touch doing the toilet handle. I'll have to remember that one.


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I just picked up a few oil rubbed bronze (ORB) faucets yesterday along with ORB door handles. They should look good after replacing that old door with the new 6 panel doors I just purchased. On my next trip, I also plan on adding an ORB wood trim around the mirror.
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Very nice projects
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A few more before and after pics... New vinyl flooring, some cheap granite squares, and an inexpensive oil rubbed bronze faucet.
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A few more before and after pics... New vinyl flooring, some cheap granite squares, and an inexpensive oil rubbed bronze faucet.
I see that same decor on the shower in so many houses throughout the yr.
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Yep, it has come to be a WWIT moment. (what was I thinking)
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Have a look at the curved curtain rod for the shower, you wouldn't beleive the difference it makes.
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The other shower has the curved shower rod. I'm holding out until I can find an oil rubbed bronze finish to color match the metals.
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Nice job, this is what I am going to do for my kitchen project next time.
What type of paint did you use? Did you use it inside and out?


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