Nothing says "Please, I need a makeover!!" like old, gunky vinyl. If you're in possession of a similarly worse-for-wear piece of furniture, this DIY makeover idea may be just the inspiration you're looking for!
You heard me right. This outdated floral living room was transformed into a modern, functional kitchen and dining room. Continue reading to see the drastic change that took place.
I'm no stranger to ugly kitchens. When I moved into my place, it looked like it was designed in the '70s. So I know first-hand that kitchen remodels can be expensive and time consuming. But surprisingly, this stunning transformation didn't break the bank.
When Susan moved into her 1950's home, she wanted to remodel her kitchen, but that was a long term goal. She needed a temporary and inexpensive fix to tide her over. Her solution was
Not everybody can have a full bar and wine cellar in their home. But that doesn't mean that you have to hide your booze in the back of a kitchen cabinet. Why not repurpose that recent thrift store find into a stylish little bar cart? Check out these ten amazing DIY cart makeovers to get your creative juices flowing.
The only things worth salvaging in this kitchen might have been the big box of Cheez-Its and the stove. Strike that...only the stove was worth saving. See a bunch
Although this kitchen had bright white cabinets, they couldn't make up for the bank of overhead cabinets that closed off the space and made it rather dark. Out went the over head cabinets and in went
I don't know about you, but if I walked into this kitchen, I would assume I was looking at the after. Everything looks good already. There is lots of light, nice cabinets and appliances; but this was only the beginning.
There are a lot of great interior makeovers out there, and we've shown quite a few of them here on Curbly too. The thing is, though, you may not always have the budget to give your average-looking kitchen a complete overhaul. Am I speaking your language? If you're nodding in agreement, check out this budget-friendly kitchen makeover.
This kitchen was dark and dated until Knight Remodeling took it under its wing. Even though it had natural wood cabinets before, they added no warmth. Although I know people who yearn for a window above their sink, it too seems lacking--especially when
Pam and Bill MacGillivray entered Canadian House & Home's 2012 IKEA kitchen makeover contest and won! Designer Cameron MacNeil was in charge of the transformation, which turned their dated 30-year-old-kitchen into a bright, modern space with a hint of
A couple years back, Two Peas, Maria and Josh went all extreme makeover on their kitchen. Their documentation of the entire process is a demonstration of the old adage "It always looks worse before it gets better." Above we have a 'before' and here is a 'during':
After tackling a few kitchen re-do projects, this family still had one big, ugly problem in their kitchen. The linoleum floor, worn out and lifeless, needed help. But when the budget doesn't allow for new floors, the family opted for paint.
Dated kitchen be gone! We're about to get fresh and fun(ky) up in here.
If you've got $15, a steady hand, and a bit of patience, you can turn a boring wall like this...