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16 file(s) - Uploaded by: flowerdew
Created: Oct 16, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 76
No longer able to stand my husband's uber ugly, stuck in the '70, duck wallpaper, carpeted, dark and narrow bathroom we finally began tearing the walls down. The shower was located in the center of the room on one wall. It was one of the cheap plastic shell varieties. We cut it into pieces with a reciprocating saw. Because the shower butted up to the studs, we were left with a large opening floor to ceiling where the shower once stood. We then removed the the two remaining shower walls that extended to the ceiling. That then left huge holes in the ceiling. Because we were installing a new fan and pot lights we decided to remove and replace the entire ceiling rather than try to patch it. We replaced the ceiling and wall drywall, (not fun and built two pony walls to define the shower area. We installed backer-board in the shower, on the pony walls and the floor.Then we layered all the water proofing and built the sloped floor for the shower pan. I painted the vanity rather than replacing it. Next came the granite counter top and then the tile. I laid lots and lots and lots of tile! We installed a new window with a horizontal look to visually widen the narrow room. Our biggest expense was the installation of the glass shower enclosure. Since it was the main area of the room we went with the experts and we were never sorry about that decision. Last if not least was the texture, paintable wallpaper. It gives the bathroom a wonderful expensive look. In the end we did the carpentry, wallpaper, tile electrical and plumbing. We came in under $5800 for the total redo. We are older than dirt and if we can DIY anyone can!
21 file(s) - Uploaded by: SSuzanne
Created: Nov 29, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 52
Calming, modern bedroom. The headboard is an inspiration from angelo. I had my husband build the bed, headboard and nightstands. I drew up all of the plans and did all of the finishing work. We love it.
18 file(s) - Uploaded by: flowerdew
Created: Oct 17, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 86
My husband and I put off this badly needed renovation for many years because we dreaded moving the huge cast iron bath tub. Once we overcame our fears and the help of some young men to move the tub we finally tackled the remodel. We did all the work ourselves except for the granite counter tops. I did the all the tile and my husband did the woodwork. We came in under a total of $3500 for the complete project.
I don't know if this will post or not. I have recieved a lot of e-mail comments but none have come up under comments on hgtv. If it doesn't post I'll edit my discription.
The granite is "new ventian gold". The paint is Glidden "Tawny Birch".
14 file(s) - Uploaded by: SSuzanne
Created: Nov 29, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 63
This room reflects me and my personality. It is our guest bedroom, but I use it as my dressing room. We do not have any kids yet, but my nieces love it. They play in my scarves, highheels and with my purses. I hope you enjoy it also.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: tim1sarah1
Created: Apr 4, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
My bedroom, in my 111 year old house, was horrible, so i decided to do my first renovation with a $1000.00 budget, three weeks to do it in, no experience and no help. I think i did pretty good. Check it out!!!!
Every girl has her own style, check out this contemporary room designed on a budget by me, with my daughter's vision. Colors by Sherwin williams, Bed by IKEA, bed in bag by JC Penny.