What a clever and inviting way to add a little style to a guest bathroom. And did I mention it's FREE? Basically, the idea is folding one of our existing hand towels to construct an attached pocket, then fill the pocket with, well, whatever you want. A sprig of greenery,… Continue Reading
I'm gonna believe Kristi when she tells us that it's actually possible to makeover our faucets. Although fairly involved, because of all the prep work, it seems pretty easy. Products she used were minimal and included 220 grit sandpaper, #000 steel wool, painters tape, Rust-Oleum automobile primer and Rust-oleum Universal Spray Paint (in my new favorite color) oil-rubbed bronze. Her original bathroom faucet is pictured above with just a hint of the prep to come. This is what it looks like… Continue Reading
In a world where $40,000 kitchen renovations are common fodder for home improvement television, it's easy to get a little glossy eyed and discouraged by the thought of attempting your own home improvement project. But don't despair! We're here to show you just how far your dollar, or 25, can… Continue Reading
Bathroom renovations are one of those projects that can quickly blow any semblance of a budget straight out of the water. The fact that this makeover cost a little over $500 is absolutely mind boggling - and just goes to show the impact ingenuity and the DIY spirit can have on your space and your… Continue Reading
Ahhh, the 80s: the decade where style went to die. Also, the decade when this bathroom was first imagined, complete with a pastel pink, blue, and white color scheme. Hold on to this image for a moment before you check out the "After" of this unbelievable makeover, because really, it's pretty unbelievable. Okay. Ready?… Continue Reading
Our guest bathroom was in sorry shape- cracked floor tiles, vanity falling apart, even the toilet wasn't salvageable. So, we knew it was due for a major overhaul.
Here's what we planned:
- Retile the floor: It was obvious that the subfloor was uneven causing the tiles to break apart. We needed to remove all the tile and put down concrete board to provide a nice, even surface.
- New vanity: The bathroom vanity was original to the… Continue Reading
Shower Curtains are all-important when it comes to bathrooms. I have to admit, I've been through 7 shower curtains in 5 years (and I have another one still in its packaging, waiting for its debut), and my husband thinks I'm crazy. The problem is, I get antsy for new design quickly, and a new curtain is usually the easiest way to give the room a pick-me-up.
What happens if you fall in love with a curtain design that is out of your price range? You DIY it, of… Continue Reading