Sunday, June 17, 2012

Mold Me Too!

I've had a very busy weekend working on revamping my bathroom.  I absolutely love how it turned out and couldn't wait to share it with everyone.  Everyone has fallen in love with this wall molding project [and so have I] and I wanted to do the same thing in my half bath downstairs to add a little drama.

I'm not gonna go through the whole "How To" instructions....you can check those out HERE.  But what I will share is that this time we used caulk instead of compound which was a whole lot easier and chose to paint the molding the same color as the wall to save on paint time...and I LOVE IT!
















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14 comments:

  1. This is awesome!! Love that it's the same color as the wall...it looks so cohesive. Thanks so much for linking up at Mop It Up Mondays! I just featured this on my FB fan page!

    {HUGS},
    kristi

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    1. Awesome idea, awesome work done, adorable family!

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    2. Thanks Jamie...I am very thankful for my family and glad that they like to help out with all of my DIY projects!

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  2. Hi, I've hopped over from Tout It Tuesday - Love what you did here, maybe I can get hubby to help me do same thing as we are due for some bathroom re-do's.
    Have a nice week!
    Linda

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    1. Thanks Linda! Super easy and cheap! Get your husband to start crossing off those hunny-do's lol! ;-)

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  3. This turned out amazing! I second using caulk. We didn't in our dining room and now will have to redo it because it shrank too much and started to crack. Boo! Thanks so much for sharing on Tout It Tuesday! Hope to see you next week.

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    1. Thanks! Good luck on your re-do! I can't wait to see it!

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  4. Wow what a transformation and a pretty easy one at that! LOVE this moulding!

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    1. I love molding! Yes....a very easy project to complete and it makes a huge differece.

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  5. Looks wonderful... I lOvE it!
    Thanks for sharing how you did
    it....
    Sandy

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