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20 bathroom makeovers using paint

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Painting tiles, vanity cabinets and even tapware is a quick, easy and affordable way to update your bathroom.


Get inspiration from how these Bunnings Workshop community members transformed their bathrooms with paint.


1. Bathroom refresh with large timber benchtop by @tom_builds 


Tom updated his peach and blue bathroom by painting the wall and floor tiles with the Dulux Renovation Range in Lexicon Quarter, and used a black grout pen to define the grout around the floor tiles.




See what Tom's bathroom looked like before.


2. Budget bathroom makeover using paint by @arielsturdy 


This low-cost renovation included painting the floor, wall tiles and vanity and installing VJ panelling, plus new shower screen and tapware.




See what Ariel's bathroom looked like before.


3. Guest toilet revamp with paint by @stelz 


Stella modernised a guest bathroom by using Dulux to refresh the cabinets and create a bold feature wall, and Rust-Oleum to update the floor.




See what Stella's bathroom looked like before.


4. Bathroom makeover with upcycled cabinetry and painting by @court_rowe 


Cabinetry and benchtop, as well as floor and wall tiles, were all transformed using the Dulux Renovation Range.




See what Courtney's bathroom looked like before


5. Bathroom refresh with upcycled timber vanity by @sallie24 


An old timber cabinet fitted with two new basins and transformed with paint became the centrepiece of this farmhouse-style bathroom renovation, along with a new feature wall in Taubmans Grey Gamut.




See what Sallie's bathroom looked like before.


6. Cosmetic bathroom renovation by @diy_hausdesigns 


By painting the walls, tiles and vanity and framing the mirror, Rufaro made this bathroom a more inviting space for just $350.




See what Rufaro's bathroom looked like before.


7. Spray painted tapware by @lifestylebymari 


Mariana turned her tapware from chrome to a stylish black using Dulux Metalshield Epoxy Enamel Spray Paint, and has shown the community how easy it is in her step-by-step guide How to spray paint a tap.




See what Mariana's tapware looked like before.


8. Toilet makeover with tile paint by @januaryrevival 


This toilet room renovation included using White Knight Tile and Laminate Paint to update the tiles rather than replacing them, showing how a simple update can dramatically improve a space.




See what this powder room looked like before


9. Bathroom tiles refresh by @elmac 


Using the Dulux Renovation Range, Workshop member elmac refreshed these old bathroom tiles in one weekend.




See what this bathroom looked like before.


10. Budget bathroom makeover with painted bath and tiles by @raceytrace 


White Knight paint helped transform this bathroom for just $300, including transforming a dated green bath and beige tiles.




See what Tracey's bathroom looked like before


11. Ensuite makeover for under $1200 by @Alyce_Pham 


A bright, budget-priced update with feature wall, painted vanity and tiles using the Dulux Renovation Range.




See what Alyce's ensuite looked like before.


12. Budget bathroom makeover by @daniknight4 


After gaining confidence using tile paint in the kitchen, Dani used White Knight to modernise dated tiles in this bathroom makeover for under $1000.




See what Dani's bathroom looked like before.


13. Tiny bathroom reno on a small budget by @Darren 


A very small bathroom that hadn’t been touched since the 1980s was given a much-needed update for $1000.




See what Darren's bathroom looked like before.


14. Budget laundry and bathroom renovation by @MGusto 


Dated 80s-era tiles were painted as part of this low-cost bathroom and laundry makeover.




See what this 80s-era bathroom looked like before


15. Apartment makeover using paint and vinyl flooring by @RenoRach1 


Rachel decided to try the Dulux Renovation Range because of all the online resources available, and successfully transformed another 80s-era bathroom. 




See what Rachel's bathroom looked like before


16. Budget bathroom update with new benchtop, sinks and paint by @beecboy 


This budget transformation of a dated bathroom utilised White Knight Tile & Laminate paint to update the cabinetry and cost less than $500.




See what Mark's bathroom looked like before


17. Ensuite revamp using tile paint by @stelz 


This ensuite revamp included painting the wall tiles, vanity, cabinets and shower screen with Rust-Oleum and Dulux paints.




See what Stella's ensuite looked like before


18. Painted bathroom tiles by @Ari 


Inspired by the Bunnings Workshop community, Ari transformed these grey marble tiles into a clean and modern white using the Dulux Renovation Range.




See what Ari's bathroom looked like before.


19. Ensuite makeover with upcycled vanity by @DIYMum 


After seeing exceptional results from White Knight Renew Tile and Laminate Paint in her kitchen, Workshop member DIYMum used the range to brighten outdated floor-to-ceiling tiles and update her vanity and mirror.




See what this ensuite looked like before.


20. Painted shower tiles by @Chris_T 


By painting these shower tiles with Rust-Oleum, Chris gave the space a more fresh, modern look.




See what Chris's bathroom looked like before.


How to paint your bathroom 


The Bunnings team show you how to refresh your bathroom in these step-by-step guides:









For more inspiration from Bunnings Workshop community members, check out our Top 10 most popular bathroom projects, Top 10 most popular painting projects, and 20 kitchens transformed with paint.

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