A Little Paint and Cleaning Can Revamp a Bathroom Closet

Mandi from <a href="http://www.vintagerevivals.com/" target="_blank">Vintage Revivals</a> shows that after a little cleaning and reorganizing, a closet can take on a new style with a little paint and creativity. Mandi from <a href="http://www.vintagerevivals.com/" target="_blank">Vintage Revivals</a> shows that after a little cleaning and reorganizing, a closet can take on a new style with a little paint and creativity.
Mandi from Vintage Revivals shows that a little paint and cleaning can revamp any bathroom closet. #BrightIdeas

Mandi from Vintage Revivals shows that after a little cleaning and reorganizing, a closet can take on a new style with a little paint and creativity.

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Mandi has a kid's bathroom that is not often visited nor cleaned. Her daughter is in charge of cleaning it and sometimes her idea of cleaning is putting everything into a drawer - forgetting completely that there is linen closet ripe for filling.
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Mandi pulled out her favorite charcoal gray and painted the closet. It gives it a fresh look.
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The floor of the closet had seen better days, so she gave it a good cleaning with the Swiffer BRISSELL® Steamboost™ from The Home Depot.
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She also updated a few items that she found with a coat of paint. Paint can freshen up any piece of pottery or such, and give it new life.
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Her girls are a little bit older so she doesn't worry about keeping cleaning supplies out of reach. But she still wanted them to be up a little bit higher in case someone with a curious toddler comes over.
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She loves how dramatic the charcoal paint is (and when she finally gets around to painting and retiling the bathroom, it is going to look even more fab!).


To see this bright idea in its entirety, check out Mandi's blog at Vintage Revivals.