Bathroom

How To Replace a Toilet Seat

Replacing a toilet seat is one of the simplest home improvement tasks ever.

First things first: close the old seat and lid on the toilet to access the bolts at the back that fasten the seat onto the toilet bowl. If necessary, pop off the plastic caps that cover and protect the bolts. You can use your flathead screwdriver to lift these plastic caps off the toilet (don't worry about breaking them since you're getting rid of that seat anyway).

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Update that Mirror

How can you turn a bathroom from drab to fab for just a few hundred dollars? Well one transformation that you can do in a day is with your bathroom mirror. See how.

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How To Install Prefinished Moulding

See how easy pre-finished molding can be to install.

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How To Paint Over Wallpaper

So you've been living with wallpaper you've hated for ten years. But, you're finally going to DO something about it!

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How To Remove Wallpaper

If this is your first time removing wall paper, then our first piece of advice to you is to have patience.

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How To Update a Bathroom Cabinet

It's easy to take a bathroom cabinet that looks outdated and turn it into something fresh and new!

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How To: Denim Ain't Just for Pants Anymore!

A denim textured wall is a fun and funky alternative that can compliment almost any decor.

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Add Trim to Your Doors

Want to add a little zing to your entryways? By adding new door trim, or "casings" as they're commonly called, you can really enhance the overall look of just about any room in your house!

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How To Change Your Showerhead

A spa-style showerhead is one of those luxuries that's so affordable we think everyone should have one in her home. See how having a showerhead you love will kick start your day the right way.

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How To Remove a Popcorn Ceiling

As a kid popcorn was such a joy. Now that you own your home and have it on every ceiling in the house, not so much.

Has it been painted? If you popcorn ceiling has been painted previously it will be more difficult to remove it. The reason for this is the process to remove it is literally just wetting it down and scraping it off. If it has been painted one or more times, the water won't be able to penetrate the paint and unfortunately, you might just need to have it done professionally.

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