We have to do a total renovation of our bathroom?
We need to do this fast and cheaply. We have only one bathroom. Need new floor and walls.
Vinyl plank flooring vs pergo (laminate)
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Do colors have to coordinate for bedroom and bathroom?
I recently got overzealous and bought a shower curtain, towels and rug for my bathroom in a totally different color than I planned on doing in the actual bedroom. Doe... See more
My apartment bathroom does not have a medicine cabinet.
I need suggestions what to do with all the necessary items I need daily so they don't clutter the countertop.
I have rust near the overflow hole on my bathroom sink. How do I fix ?
Should I Put Wood Floors in My Master Bath??
We are moving to our forever home in 3 weeks. The space is amazing, but needs major updating. I am aiming for a vintage farmhouse style. I am a junker and a reclaimed... See more
Pink Bathroom in Rented Apartment. What to Do?
This is my pink bathroom. The apartment is a rental, so I can't retile. What can I do to hide it or change its color?
For the wall, you can take apart free pretreated wood pallets from Factories. Stain them, varnish them, paint them, Or leave natural. Cost only a few nails. The floor. Some floor stores have scraps they will give you for free. Cut them in shapes you want. And glue them to the floor. Make sure the pieces will fit togeather snug. Cost ,glue. Time to do this. Depends on the size of your Bathroom.
Sometime fast and cheap...is relative.. and may not actually work out right.
Fast... put up bead board or paneling instead of dry wall or tile in the main area of the bath room..... install on of the walk in shower or shower/tub.combos from Home Depot or Lowe's .... some even come with the shower doors (ours cost $1500 but the install was DIY)
Cheap.... shop Craig's list, Habitat for Humanity, or construction salvage stores.. and Clearance.... make sure you take GOOD measurements before purchasing anything... otherwise, there goes the fast part and the cheap part. Have all of the pieces and parts assembled and be sure they fit the used stuff.. before you start tearing out anything...