Replace Your Trim — With Paint Using 220-grit sandpaper, #000 steel wool, spray-on automobile primer, and metallic spray paint, blogger Kristi Linauer of addicted2decorating.com completely changed her old brass trim and shower fixtures by painting them. The key, she says, is preparation — and plenty of painter’s masking tape.
19 Extremely Beautiful Affordable Decor Ideas That Will Add The Spa Style to Your Bathroom Adding teak to your shower floor instantly upgrades the look and hides the ugly drain. Teak is a waterproof material so it's okay to use in the shower.
Wall Paint: Provided by Sherwin-Williams Repose Gray (a really pretty, not too warm gray) Trim Paint: Provided by Sherwin-Williams Extra White (straight out of the can white) Cabinets: Koville (purchased locally) Floor Tile: Porcelanosa Subway Tile: White