Looking for a way to update your current bathroom without overhauling the entire space? Check out this awesome DIY vanity project!
October is the time of year when we can indulge in a little orange love, but for the owners of these interiors, every day is a celebration in pumpkin.
In honor of Halloween (which is fast approaching), I thought I'd share some examples of black interiors... rooms with gorgeous, dark walls that add character and interest that wouldn't be achieved with lighter colors. Continue reading for ten of my favorites.
This house tour is a long time coming. We've officially been in our "finished" house for one year, and we thought we'd celebrate with a big old fashioned house tour. So we're going to show you the super-clean, polished, sparkly version of The Curbly House...which looked like this exactly once, before we, you know, started living in it again!
Of course, no tour would be complete without a nod to one's roots, so we're posting...
Pink walls, a two tone faucet and ancient hardware made this half bath feel like it was from a different decade. But after a few DIY projects and some elbow grease, this bathroom was transformed from dated to beautiful and beachy.
I'd been looking around for a small stool to help our arthritic fur-child get on and off the bed at night. (If you're used to sleeping with a cat on the foot of the bed, you'll understand.) The problem was, I couldn't find a stool that I liked that was the appropriate size and height. Before sketching up a design to make one from scratch, I thought a trip to the thrift store might be in order. Hey, you never know, right? When I spotted
It's not often that we see a makeover where the owner really starts from scratch. But this is one amazing example. Keep reading to check out what this bedroom looks like as a bathroom.
The kitchen may be numero uno to people, but the bathroom is a close second. Studies show that a happy bathroom makes a happy person. We don't all have endless budgets to create our dream bath, but there are several small tweaks you can make and many come in under $50! Here are 8 ways to help get you closer to your perfect bathroom!
Forget $100. Ursula spent only $83 on her walk-though bathroom makeover, but the reveal certainly doesn't look like it. Everything came from Target, Habitat for Humanity Restore, Goodwill, Walmart, Kohls and Lowes. What she didn't snag secondhand, Ursula found on sale, or she used
Move over boring ol' chrome shower racks! There's a new, affordable, and oh-so-easy DIY solution in town AND it comes with a shelf. Win-win.
With an outdated linoleum floor and fake tile wall panels, this bathroom was definitely in need of a refresh. So, of course, it got one!
Lauren used a builder-grade fixture to make a fabulous Mason jar vanity light, and it only cost her $6 and 20 minutes of her time to do it! Besides the materials pictured above, we'll also need some spray paint and primer IF we want to change the color of the fixture, that is. If not, well, then we're good to go. Check out
It's an interesting juxtaposition... rustic wooden pieces paired with glamorous accents. And it's popping up all over the web. I like to call it rustic chic. Here are ten of my favorite examples of this unique style.
Patterned floor tile, specifically encaustic cement tiles, is a trend that's been steadily growing over the last few years. (Heck, I even used some in my own bathroom remodel -- and I love it.) It's a bold choice and definitely not for everyone (or the commitment phobic), but if you're a fan or just need a little bit of inspiration to push you over that design fence, here are 14 stunning bathrooms with patterned floor tiles!
The bathroom. It is sometimes the last to get a face-lift when renovations come around. And sometimes, it never gets a face-lift at all. But I'm telling you now, "BE PROUD OF YOUR BATHROOM!". This bathroom was boring with outdated tile, tan walls, and blah wood finishes. And now? If I were the owner, this might be my favorite room in the house.
I don't know about you, but storage is a major issue in my bathroom. It's a tiny space to begin with, and the only real built-in storage is the vanity. So I've had to get creative. Here is some of my inspiration.
My bathroom is small. I can stand in one place and reach the sink, the toilet and the shower. So I'm always inspired by what other people have done with their small spaces. Keep reading to check out ten of my recent favorites.