Now pull the wires through the mounting bracket of the new fixture and attach the mounting bracket to the wall with your screws.
You will, of course, want to make sure that it’s straight and that it will fit with your medicine cabinet. As usual they should be color coded and you just need to match up the colors.
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Hey guys, welcome back to our $100 half bathroom makeover.
Ashley runs the blog Joyfully Growing and is here to share some DIY and design projects created for the Sinkology blog that reflect her timeless, affordable, and beautifully rustic style.
I love big DIY projects that have that ‘wow’ factor, but sometimes those simple projects that cost next to nothing get me just as excited. Not only was it super easy but it cost less than $20! If you’re like me and looking for ways to update your builder grade home on a budget, this DIY project is the perfect thing to get you started.
We will be sharing updates every Wednesday for the month of March and also are linking up with some other wonderful bloggers at the bottom of each post.
Last week, we shared our design plan for the half bathroom.This way, I could hold onto the whole jar while the hubby drilled.Each lid took about 30 seconds of actual drilling, so the whole drilling process only took about 5 minutes from start to finish.Learning how to replace a bathroom light fixture is a simple DIY task that can help you update your bathroom. To get started you’ll need to cover your sink and faucet with the drop cloth just to protect it.Many bathrooms are saddled with light fixtures that are old, dingy, or outdated, so this is a quick way to give your home a fresh new look. Then you’ll need to take down your medicine cabinet.Now attach the fixture face to the mounting bracket.