If you’ve ever pulled back old wallpaper, you know the drywall underneath can be…messy at best. When I pulled off the wallpaper in our kid’s bathroom (that was practically falling …
Load bearing walls are incredibly important to the structure of your home, but they can also be a huge pain if they’re in a place where they’re no longer wanted. …
With a dog and two kids (though they were just a twinkle in our eyes when we started this renovation way back in 2016), I knew I didn’t want to replace stained carpet with new carpet. So after looking around a bit, I settled on a gorgeous, distressed, dark bamboo. It would be durable, eco friendly, and most of all, affordable.
Guess how many subway tiles I broke/screwed up during my first backsplash tiling job? 40.
Splurge for the luxuries of having someone else measure for you and deliver everything. You’ll have enough work on your hands putting everything together!
The term three-way switch is kind of confusing, but all it means is that either both switches are up, both are down, or they are opposite of each other. Add those together, and you get a three-way switch!
After lots of research, it seems that the general consensus is you can definitely build a wall over existing tile. Or hardwoods. Basically anything but carpet (but why would you ever do that?!?!).
Removing carpet from a concrete slab sounds easy, but there’s a little more work involved than if you have a traditional wooden subfloor.
I completely transformed my home’s carpeted stairs by installing hardwood flooring, and found a way to work around the existing nosing!
Making a desk by installing IKEA kitchen cabinets and butcher block countertops is a great way to get a built-in look for much less money.