Kristen wanted to remodel her master bathroom. She lives in a manufactured home from the 90’s with some yucky vinyl wall board. She is ready for some one color walls in her bathroom and a few more updates including the floor later.
Here we are at the beginning of a new year and I want to hide an area of my yard using a recycled chain link gate. We have a storage shed but I need a place to hide flower pots and ladders. My goal is complete concealment of unattractive items in the yard and I think this a great step toward that end.
Generally speaking, a flag pole mount is pretty easy to install. It is a little more difficult to install a flag pole mount on stone. The wind can be very fierce and I didn’t want to drill into the stone, damage the stone, and then for the flag pole to not hold properly in the stone pillar. Maybe I worry too much but I didn’t want to damage the house.
This is my first tile job and I chose to install tile on my backsplash. I didn’t realize it but the tile pattern I chose was not the best tile to choose for a beginner because of the pattern requiring many extra cuts on the tile saw. The blue arabesque tile was purchased by now so the process was already started and would be completed.
Kristen asked for help hanging decorations and objects on the wall at her home. She is having a hard time finding studs to secure the heavy pictures and decorations on the wall. Together, we decided installing a decorative board around the room would be perfect so she could put her decorations anywhere on the wall and know they would be anchored well.
Hello everyone. I hope your day is going fine, wherever you are. I have looked for a movable door for my patio door openings for a while and decided I just need to make one myself… so here it is for you! Please ask if you have any questions on the project.
I’m creating a mosaic door from a single french door using dollar store glass beads and Gallery Glass, which creates a faux stained glass effect. This is an outside door which I will roll around for use between one of two door opening on my patio. Two walls of the house make up two sides of the patio. Barn doors make up the third side of the patio and the fourth side is a large glass garage door.
Furthermore, I will post on the large barn doors soon for you.
Kristen’s plain glass french door is in need of a transformation since she desires a beautiful faux stained glass french door. This project is frugal, while being fun. The door, located between the family room and office, does not allow much privacy for work.