This small (and very average) bathroom certainly isn't the worst 'before' that has ever been shared here on Curbly. But the reason I think makeover is so interesting is because of just how average it was intially - not entirely awful, but also no where near great. Right? Maybe it reminds you of your current bathroom in one or another? And if that's the case, you're definitely going to want to click through to see the 'after'.
Dirty grout is a common problem. But with so many cleaning tips floating around on the internet, it's hard to know what to believe. So I decided to take the guess work out of it by testing a few methods and reporting back to you. Read on to see what I discovered...
Many of us live in a home with a small bathroom. Here are ten bathrooms that showcase some stylish storage.
Winter always seems to be synonoymous with white, in my mind (even despite our lack of snow up here in the northeast). There's something about a mostly white space with soft textures and layers that feels so cozy and inviting. So today we're sharing ten stunning white rooms that will surely inspire you to embrace the subtle hue.
Is "being more organized" one of your new year's resolutions? With all resolutions, saying it is easy, but doing it can be....also easy! Especially when following some practical advice. In this post, we're going to tackle drawer organization. From dressers drawers to shop drawers to kitchen drawers, these 5 tips will help you start and keep "being more organized" now and throughout the year. But don't just read and...
It's that time of year... the holidays are over, and everyone is posting photos of their newly organized closets and pantries. So why not jump on the bandwagon and start whipping your own home into shape too? Here are ten fantastic sewing tutorials that will help you get organized in style in 2016.
I spotted this DIY project and thought, "how simple and awesome is that?". A great little touch to add to the bathroom accessories and this one is practical AND pretty!
Magenta, rose and fuchsia... oh my! There's nothing subtle about the color pink when it's used to decorate a home. It packs a big punch - and when used successfully, it can give a space the bold pop of color that takes it from blah to beautiful. Click through to get inspired by ten of our favorite rooms that use pink as a major element.
Hello 2016! It's resolution time, and in the Curbly neighborhood that means getting much needed DIY projects started and, more importantly, completed. "This is the year I finally remove the popcorn ceilings!" Or, "This is the year I finally paint the kitchen cupboards!" Feeling stressed yet? Take a breath and put those big projects out of your mind, becaue this post is about EASY to keep resolutions. Namely, those little things
Becky Lamb gets it: no matter what some people may say, crafting stuff out of wood pallets will continue to be popular. Her love of the humble shipping staple started a long time ago with a DIY shelf. Her love affair has culminated into a complete book packed with 25+ rustic projects using them, and they just might be the inspiration you need to finally start making stuff out of those pallets you've...
Everyone loves to see bathroom makeovers. You know, the bathrooms that are completely gutted and completely reconfigured. Those bathrooms are fun and completely "pinnable" but for many are not attainable for many different reasons. This bathroom is pretty bad and very outdated. It was actually considered livable before the toilet, faucets, and that random turn dial light switch were taken out. In this bathroom makeover, everything you see besides the wallpaper, stayed in the bathroom. We refinished every surface and believe me, it does not look the same...
The reason Sabrina & Mike's bathroom makeover clocked in on a tiny budget is because they used leftovers from their whole-house renovation. The bulk of the cash went to replacing the toilet and sink. Leftover oak flooring replaced
James and Kristina's bathroom looks nothing--and I mean NOTHING--like this anymore. Gone is the 1950's blue wall tile and the 1980's (?) floor tile. Now it's sleek and
If "modern farmhouse" sounds like an oxymoron, take a gander at Lauren's recent bathroom re-do. She took a builder's vision and turned it into a cozy retreat worthy of any spa treatment. Particularly delightful is her use of textures. A
The size of the Grundtal kitchen cart from IKEA was perfect for the little nook in my bathroom, but I was not digging the plastic top at all. And the plastic casters weren't quite right for the bathroom either. So an IKEA hack was born. Continue reading to see how I transformed it into a beautiful bathroom shelving unit with a bamboo top.