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This was my boring standard grade tub, I decided to jazz it up a little with some tile! I love doing projects myself, you can put your own touches and save tons of money! This project is easy and can be done in half a day! This is the tile I chose, the cost was $8.96 per sheet, I used three. Take a pair of shears and cut into strips. Next i used tile adhesive, this come in a roll at Lowes and makes applying tile so easy! Just cut to the size of your strips, press it to the wall and…
If you want to make a big impact in the look of your shower or bathtub, refreshing the caulk is the project for you! Hard water spots? We cover this as well! Caulk is the white stuff, or at least it starts out white, that is put between surfaces to keep out water. You'll most likely find it wherever two different materials touch each other like the tub and the tile. This caulk is very susceptible to mold and mildew, and eventually discolors to the point where it can no longer be cle…
Tired of that builder grade oak vanity?? Paint bathroom cabinets to completely transform the look! In just a couple of hours and with a little paint, it can look completely different! Post includes full video tutorial. #rootsandwingsfurniture #paintbathroomcabinet #chalkpaintcabinets #
I need to replicate this for my bathrooms. -- A shade to cover your old-fashioned vanity lights.
Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder- A Mason jar provides a country-style home for your toothbrushes and is easy to clean out. Get more DIY projects to improve your bathroom at redbookmag.com.