The house flippers and designers behind @diydesignerduo took on a huge bathroom renovation. The dated wallpapered bathroom is completely transformed with a new vanity, bathtub, tile, and more. The duo did a lot of the labor which cut down on the cost.
In case you missed it, wallpaper has made a comeback in the interior design world.
Pasting the walls, not the wallpaper is so much easier than setting up a table to roll out wallpaper and apply the paste or soaking it in a bathtub of water to kickstart an adhesive. Consider using a wallpaper-like-mural that you order to the size of your wall to create a dramatic background for your furnishings while adding texture and personality to the room. We found them at www.wallsauce.com, where you choose a pattern, scale and order the number of 24-inch-wide panels that are needed. You’ll find an array of patterns, designs and textures to choose from for every room in the house.
When it comes to packing in lots of function, very few spaces beat a mudroom. Here are some ideas to help you carve out a super-functional spot.
Renting an apartment or house is a cost-effective option for anyone who’s making their first foray into the real estate world or moving somewhere new — No home remodeling costs! No cost of selling a house to worry about! — but living in a temporary space can cramp anyone’s interior design game. Although you pay a monthly rent, someone else ultimately owns the property and your rental agreement dictates what you can and cannot do to the space. Chances are, you can’t drill big holes into the walls, add a carpet to your bedroom or replace your kitchen’s awful backsplash.
When it comes to packing in lots of function, very few spaces beat a mudroom. But many homeowners don’t have a dedicated space for a mudroom. Or they may think they don’t have enough square footage to create a useful go-to spot for their families. But a few clever design ideas and some maxed-out storage can help you carve out a super-functional small mudroom. Here’s what to consider.
Classic patterns, wallpaper, and all things blue and white make up the key elements of grandmillennial style according to this video laying out the décor trend in 20 seconds or less by @sincerelymolly. If you’re also a fan of all things lace and antique, this trend is for you.
Textured removable wallpaper gives TikTok user @riahsociety’s living room a moody look that fits in perfectly with her eclectic style. Using the paper as an accent wall also keeps the room feeling spacious while adding a darker color.
TikTok user @kelseyvenkov loves removable wallpaper for a quick renter friendly makeover. In this video she shows how much visual interest a pink floral print can add to a kid’s room. The best part? You can quickly swap it out for something more grown up as your child develops new interests.
TikTok user @glendabeekink4’s living room tour of her Amsterdam apartment will make any maximalist green (preferably emerald) with envy. Lush velvet furniture in jewel tones, plants, and wallpaper are playfully layered with Star Wars posters and a model Millennium Falcon.
There’s no better time to give your home a makeover than a new year. If you don’t have the money to remodel, here are a few things you can do …
Reduce, reuse, recycle, that’s the mantra these days! Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
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