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DIY Vertical Garden with Drip Watering System

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Create a DIY vertical garden for the perfect small space garden solution. This cedar vertical garden has a lot of space to grow your favorite herbs and plants. And the built in drip watering system will help make watering your vertical garden even easier.

Create a DIY vertical garden for the perfect small space garden solution. This cedar vertical garden has a lot of space to grow your favorite herbs and plants. And the built in drip watering system will help make watering your vertical garden even easier. Housefulofhandmade.com

Now that spring is officially here, it’s time to start gardening. I look forward to getting dirt under my nails each year. Now that we have our new patio space, I knew I needed a better solution for the our herb garden. All those little pots scattered around the steps is not as nice now that we are using the space. Instead, I decided to

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Ceramic tile shower shelves designed and handmade in the USA by Mark Daniels.

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Cantilevered vanity on one side. The powder bath on the right has a sheet of 3/4 ply slipped into the the end of the cabinet vanity and screwed to the side of a stud enabling the vanity to “fly” approx 14″ off the floor. Really creates a feeling of more room in your powder bathroom or any bathroom for that matter, do it in your 5×8 bathroom. Shows off the porcelain floor tile. Tie your under cabinet lighting in with your over the vanity lighting, switches on at the same time. “Banjo top” over toilet tank, another level of quality added.

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Match your vanity mirror to your vanity!

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Very nice “Strasser” furniture look vanity with matching framed mirror, a sense of extra room with the underside open. Stock granite top. Recessed combination

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DIY Bathroom Mirror Storage Case

I am just slightly excited about this DIY Bathroom Mirror Storage Case I am sharing today.  Ok, just kidding.  I’m giddy!  I shared a little sneak peek on INSTAGRAM last week, and I am so happy to finally reveal the whole thing!  I have imagined it in my head, and the results are even better than I was hoping.  I have always wanted a full length mirror.  It makes checking out the final outfit before heading out the door so much easier than using the reflection of my glass shower door or my blank computer screen 😉  I thought it would be so great to add some function to this new mirror.  May as well kill two birds with one stone! I decided to build a big storage case behind the mirror to hold all my goodies and I am LOVING the results!  Here is how it turned out!

DIY Bathroom Storage Cabinet

DIY Bathroom Organization

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DIY Home Improvement Projects To Try While You’re Stuck At Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant all of us are spending more time at home. Even when social distancing restrictions lift, it’s clearly going to be a different summer than most of us were probably anticipating at the beginning of the year. So why not take this opportunity to improve your surroundings with some DIY projects? Even if you’ve never attempted a DIY home improvement project before, know it doesn’t need to take advanced skills or lots experience to make a major design impact. It’s also something the whole family can help with. Here are the best DIY projects for every level.

Swap Out Hardware

Anyone who can use a screwdriver can makeover a room simply by changing the pulls and knobs on drawers and cabinets. This is one of the few projects that requires zero skills. A true

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Totally Home Improvement | Where DIY & Professional Home Improvement Aficionados Come To Blog

Here you will find helpful advice on home living & improvement by experts in their fields for both home owners & renters. So take a look around and when you see ideas you like you can easily save them to pinterest & share them on your favourite social media site and please use the contact page if you’d like to suggest a topic or ask an improvement question

Compulsive Renovation Syndrome

As a leading international authority on home improvement disorders and founder of the Greatest Handyman Ever Hall of Fame, I have, of course, long been aware of the devastating condition known as Compulsive Renovation Syndrome. After some early dismissals of the disorder as “too many dollars and not enough sense” and various attempts to blame it on Minecraft and The Sims, CRS is now a generally accepted diagnosis. Today, it is a rare home show that does not feature a panel on CRS, many of which I have sat on myself.

Spring Ready Backyard in 5 Easy Steps

After a long and harsh winter, it’s time to make way for the beautiful warm spring. You’re going to be spending a lot of time in your backyard, which means it’s time to give it a complete spring makeover. You want to make turn this area into your own personal oasis where you can invite guests. Here are some

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The 5 Best DIY Home Improvement Projects While You’re Sheltering in Place

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Most of us will be social distancing throughout April and if you are too, then you’ve probably burned through most of your Netflix queue already. Doing a little home improvement can help you feel productive, improve the space you’re stuck in and kill some free time. We’ve outlined a few project ideas to get you started. 

1. Put some paint on it

Use up some old paint or buy a new color to paint something you’ve been meaning to. You can paint or stain your deck and fence in preparation for summer. Paint a wall or ceiling that needs a new look. Freshen up an older piece of furniture, like a dresser or bench. Major retailers like Home Depot or Lowe’s offer online delivery of swatches, samples and paint cans, along with all the supplies you may need. 

2. Create an accent or gallery wall

Redesign and

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Bathroom Remodeling Information DIY Pictures Photos Ceramic Niches Shower Shelves Kitchen Manassas Design Shower Tile Ideas Va.

 

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Bathroom remodeling design using Spectrus Brazilian granite vanity top with 12″ hole cut for under lighting of Decolav glass sink. Kraftmaid vanity with Pegasus vessel sink valve.

Click to view a slide show of 4 men setting a 500 lb granite floor on Remodeling Magazine’s website!

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Bathroom remodeling picture of Red Montana granite vanity top with Kohler Turnings vessel sink and Forte tall single handle faucet.

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Fairfax Virginia kitchen remodel with wall removal between family room and kitchen, arched room divider with columns, Kashmir Gold granite counters, sanded oak floors and Kraftmaid cherry cabinets.

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Please visit the many photos we have compiled to view pictures of kitchens and bathrooms. These pictures will help you come to a decision of the type and style of bathroom or kitchen remodeling you may want.    Your kitchen and bathroom are the most utilized rooms in

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7 Easy DIY Bathroom Projects You Can Complete While Staying Indoors

“I can’t wait to spend extra time organizing and cleaning my bathroom,” said no one, ever. But if you’re doing the right thing by staying put during this coronavirus pandemic, you might as well tackle a few home projects—and the bathrooms should be near the top of your list.

But don’t worry, we’re not suggesting you take on a strenuous renovation, like retiling the floor or installing a new toilet. These improvements are quick to do and will cost you almost nothing except your time—which, we’re guessing, you have plenty of at the current moment.

1. Assess the linens


Photo by Bria Hammel Interiors

“Go through your towels and other bath linens and pitch things that are threadbare,” says Julie Coraccio, an organizing professional and author of “Got Clutter? 365 Journal Prompts.” Not into throwing them in the trash? You can cut up old towels and use them as

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8 Weekend DIY Projects to Make Your Bathroom Look More Expensive

Let’s be honest: Few things are quite as impressive as a gorgeously remodeled bathroom, which can make even the dingiest homes or tiniest of tiny apartments feel like penthouse suites.

But not all of us have the time or money for a remodel—and so we’re stuck with our sad albeit functional loo. Guess what, though? You don’t need the budget of a celebrity to have an A-list bathroom. In fact, you can make yours look more expensive in as little as two days’ time—without emptying your wallet.

Check out these DIY projects you can tackle to increase the “wow” factor of your bathroom.

1. Focus on fixtures

“One of the simplest and most cost-effective fixes for outdated bathrooms is to put a focus on your fixtures—as in, plumbing and lighting,” says designer Leah Tuttleman of Re-Bath. “Think chandelier, vintage door and cabinet handles, modern sink design, or a flashy new

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Value Of Gutter System Cleaning

At the end of every summer as the temperature levels start to cool and as the days end up being shorter, there are a couple of things that every house owner need to believe about. The fall is the best time to start preparing your home for winter. Heating systems and heating units need to be serviced and prepped for the cold months ahead and your roof need to be inspected and kept. The roof is one part that lots of homeowners seem to forget.

Your roofing needs to be examined at least two times a year. The best times are in the transitional seasons of spring and summer season. Because your roof is responsible for keeping your home dry and leak-proof, it’s important to make sure there are no possible issues that might lead to expensive repair work. Your rain gutters are an essential

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