Have an old vanity that could use an update?

With Rethunk Junk by Laura paint products, that project is simple and easy! Say goodbye to that old orange oak, dark maple, or tired white bathroom vanity and add a fun pop of fresh color. With 45 colors to choose from, you'll find the perfect shade!

  • Step 1 - Prep

    For vanity projects, prep work is always the most important step, and with Rethunk Junk - this step is simple. Just spray the vanity with The PREP and let it soak for about 2 minutes. Then use a scrubby pad to really get that vanity clean - paying extra attention to frequently touched surfaces. Once you've scrubbed it well, spray it down a 2nd time and wipe with a lint-free cloth. That's it! Ready to paint!

  • Step 2 - Paint

    Select your favorite color from our 45 beautiful, self-leveling, quick-drying colors. Apply using a soft brush, being careful not to overwork the paint. For an even easier project, we like to leave the doors on and drawers in. Just open them all and use a trim brush to paint the body of the cabinet first. Then paint the doors and drawers right in place. Once dry, apply a second coat and touch up as needed.

  • Step 3 - Personalize

    If you love your painted cabinet just the way it is, you're done! If you'd like a little added protection, apply a coat of Tuff Top or one of our washes for added durability. Remember: Use your freshly painted vanity gently for the first week or so as the paint continues to harden. Yes, you can use it as soon as it's dry, but the paint will continue to cure and harden for the first few weeks so be gentle.

Vanity Pro Tip:

Bathrooms can be a bit damp so dry times may be extended. For best results, place a fan on the vanity 24-48 hours prior to starting the project and 48-72 hours after completion of the project. This will help the vanity dry more quickly and be ready for daily use.

This beautiful vanity update features the color: Morning Mist