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How to paint your old wall paneling and love the results!

On Dec 23, 2015, Posted by , In Decorative wall applications,Painting,Wall painting, With Comments Off on How to paint your old wall paneling and love the results!

You know that weird old wall paneling, the stuff that everyone used to have in their basements back in the 70’s? Well, I’ve got a bit of that in my house. And by a bit, I mean it’s pretty much everywhere. If you’ve got some wall paneling too, and you…

5 Beautiful Bathroom Renovation Ideas

On Dec 21, 2015, Posted by , In Bathroom remodelling,Renovation, With Comments Off on 5 Beautiful Bathroom Renovation Ideas

Rustic Bathroom Remodel This style has a feeling of a space that has existed years ago and transported into a new renovation. The aim here is to find items from architectural salvage shops which specialize in the area of antiques. Remember, the older the piece feels the better for this…

5 Things To Know Before Refinishing Old Hardwood Floors

On Dec 19, 2015, Posted by , In Laminate flooring, With Comments Off on 5 Things To Know Before Refinishing Old Hardwood Floors

One of the earliest DIY renovations we tackled at the #totsreno Farmhouse was refinishing the original hardwood floors. The floors are almost 100 years old and quite a challenge to restore. Here are the tips and tricks I learned while refinishing hardwood floors for the first time. 5 Things To…

There is a tool to see your room in different colours before you buy paint!

On Oct 21, 2015, Posted by , In Ceiling painting,Commercial property,Door Painting,Painting,Residential Property, With Comments Off on There is a tool to see your room in different colours before you buy paint!

If you’re new and haven’t had a chance to visit and explore, basically, MyColortopia is a site full of great ideas on how to decorate with color and bring your house to life, with tips and tricks shared by lots of your favorite bloggers. It’s a destination where people who…

Popular Kitchen Layouts and How to Use Them

On Oct 16, 2015, Posted by , In Kitchen remodelling,Renovation,Residential Property, With Comments Off on Popular Kitchen Layouts and How to Use Them

  by Juliana Gordon Remodeling your kitchen is an exciting prospect and a big decision that can change the feel of your entire home. Your new design needs to reflect the constraints of your house, while also providing you with the counter and cabinet space you’ll need to cook the…

How to Design a Luxury Bathroom Without Spending a Fortune

On Oct 15, 2015, Posted by , In Bathroom remodelling,Renovation,Residential Property,Tiling,Titles, With Comments Off on How to Design a Luxury Bathroom Without Spending a Fortune

  The bathroom is the one room that should feel relaxing, indulgent and calm. If you’re a family home, sometimes the bathroom can become overrun with plastic ducks and bath paint (oh the horrors!) and we don’t always have a big budget to spend on the decor. There are ways…

To paint or not to paint?? Tips From the Pros on Painting Bathtubs and Tiles…

On Sep 17, 2015, Posted by , In Bathroom remodelling,Painting,Uncategorised, By , With Comments Off on To paint or not to paint?? Tips From the Pros on Painting Bathtubs and Tiles…

Does your cherub-pink 1950s bathtub give you nightmares? Mint-green tile surround got you down? If your bathroom tub and tile are in sound condition but simply need an aesthetic makeover, you might be considering repainting or refinishing them yourself. But make sure you know all your options before you pick…

6 Interior Design Apps for Your Home Renovation

On Mar 1, 2014, Posted by , In Uncategorised, With Comments Off on 6 Interior Design Apps for Your Home Renovation

Spring cleaning season may have come and gone, but like when you give a mouse a cookie, your simple home reorganization can easily grow into full renovation, for a person with a big imagination. If you’re thinking of painting the walls, moving the furniture into a new formation or adding…

Adding Value to Your Home

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Damp Proofing Vs. Waterproofing

On Jan 14, 2014, Posted by , In Uncategorised,Waterproofing, With Comments Off on Damp Proofing Vs. Waterproofing

Waterproofing and damp proofing sound like the same thing, and the general objective of both – minimizing the travel of water through a substance – is the same. However, there are major differences. Some of the key differences between the two are the physical properties of the materials used, the…