Stunning Small Bathroom Makeover On A Budget | The Home Primp

author Chatelaine   10 мес. назад

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DIY Small Bathroom Remodel | Bath Renovation Project

I partnered with Home Depot on a DIY small bathroom remodel. This bath renovation included how to install a shower surround with tile, installing a toilet, new vanity and lighting. The shower tile job uses a custom hexagon mosaic set in an acrylic surround. #bathroom #remodel #renovation BLOG: How to Tile a Floor Video: ➤Check out the Delta UPstile wall system at the Home Depot: ➤Tools/Supplies Used (affiliate): Delta UPstile Wall System - Delta Bathtub - Delta Everly shower set - Delta Everly sink faucet - Delta Everly accessories - Delta 28x36 mirror - Delta toilet - Sonoma Vanity - Hexagon Mosaic tiles - 24x12 floor tiles - 3 sconce light - RIDGID reciprocating saw - RIDGID Job Max - ISOtunes Bluetooth Earbuds - ➤SUBSCRIBE to my channel here: ➤Join the Builder Club on Patreon and get Free Build Plans! ➤FOLLOW ME on Social Media: Instagram - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in this Delta UPstile Program (the “Program”). As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

Minimalist Family of 5 Living in a 1 Bedroom Apartment to Save Money

In this video, we meet a family of 5 living a minimalist lifestyle in a 600 square foot, 1 bedroom apartment, in Ontario, Canada. Heather, Dominique and their 3 children moved from an 800 square foot suburban condo into this 600 square foot apartment to reduce their living expenses in order to pay for an early intervention therapy program for their eldest son who is autistic. The cost of the therapy program is over $5,000 CAD, per month. They’re able to save close to $2,000 each month by keeping their living expenses low, and they fundraise the rest of the money they need: The apartment has a kitchen and bathroom and one large living area that they use as a dining room, living room, and master bedroom for the parents. The single bedroom has a set of bunk beds, and one crib, as well as lots of floor space for toys like a trampoline. The couple have gotten into the habit of regularly donating stuff they don’t need, doing the dishes and cleaning up frequently to keep the space clutter-free, and living without things after they break instead of replacing them (like their kettle for example). The couple says they’re able to make this minimalist living situation work because they prioritize their son’s therapy and education over accumulating objects. At first, minimalism was meant to be a short-term living situation to pay for their son’s therapy for the first year, but they’re enjoying the simplicity and the savings that their lifestyle brings and they may continue after the year is up so that they can save more money for future expenses that might come up. Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stay in Touch! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Blog: Facebook: /exploringalternativesblog Instagram: @exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music & Song Credits ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat Dubé of Exploring Alternatives.


Hey guys! Welcome back to my channel. I’m back with another makeover and this one’s super special! I’m making over Stacey McGunnigle’s bedroom. If you don’t know Stacey, she’s an amazing and hilarious performer in The Second City comedy show and co-host of Regular Girls podcast. She lives in a cozy apartment, but before I made this space over her desk was tucked in a corner beside her fridge. Her living room was in her bedroom and when she had people over, there just wasn’t enough seating because no one wanted to hang in her bedroom. So I switched things up to give her the office she deserves. Stacey invited me on her podcast after the makeover. Check it out here: Video shot and edited by Carla Antonio: Regular Girls podcast: Stacey’s Twitter: Stacey’s Instagram: Products mentioned: (Links marked with a * are affiliate links. That means I receive a percentage of the revenue made from purchasing products through this link but that does not in any way influence my opinion of the product.) Bracket: * Wall sconces: * Rug: * Pink throw blanket: * Chair: * Duvet: Gem art print: Solid gold art print: Pink and red art print: Cord clips: * Stacey’s pendant light: Stacey’s mirror (in white): Thank you so much to each and every one of you for your continued support. I get to make these videos for a living, and I couldn’t be more thrilled about it. Let's be friends: Instagram: Pinterest:

Tiny Condo Living/Dining Makeover For Under $300 | DIY Ikea Kitty Litter Box Hack | The Home Primp

If you live in a small space and own a cat, you know finding a place to put the litter box can be a challenge. This IKEA Ivar hack is the perfect place to store your cat's litter, while providing extra storage (not to mention a beautiful piece of decor.) In this episode of the Home Primp, Alexandra shows you how to hack the Ikea Ivar cabinet into a kitty litter box, and sets out to transform a cramped, uninspiring and teeny tiny open-concept condo living/dining room. She gets rid of a dining table that just wasn't fitting and re-purposes the bar into an eating area to save space, installs wall shelves to put dried goods on display and makes the living room cozy with art and wall storage. What we bought: Ikea Ivar cabinet: Home Depot furniture leg: Lowe’s clay pot: Bouclair Solid Elm Wood and Metal Bar Stool: Ikea Renarp pendant lamp: Ikea Ribba frame: Anthropologie knob: Other products featured: Wayfair reversible sectional: Wayfair pink area rug: Rust-Oleum ultra matte spray paint in colour “charcoal”: Home Depot Minwax stain in colour “English Chestnut”: H&M Home metal vase: For Like Ever print: Wooden shelf: Gold lamp: Host: Follow Alexandra Gater on Instagram: SUBSCRIBE: WEBSITE: For the latest recipes, style & decor inspiration, visit: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: @Chatelaine INSTAGRAM: @ChatelaineMag PINTEREST:

Have a small bathroom and don’t know how to organize or decorate it? We feel you. Home Editor Alexandra Gater transforms her own teeny tiny bathroom on a major budget — and without the major reno. Watch to find genius small bathroom storage ideas and bathroom tile ideas. Learn how to install your own bathroom vinyl backsplash using removable, stick-on tiles that look like the real thing (also perfect for renters!) Alexandra shows you how to instantly transform your bathroom vanity using inexpensive buys and a little DIY spray paint magic to spruce up existing accessories. And of course, you can’t forget the bathroom organization. Using amber apothecary bottles and a retro label maker, she shows you how to transform your bathroom vanity and cabinet into an organized dream.
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Products featured:
Acrylic boxes:
Retro label maker:
Glass bottles:
Pink decorative box for cotton pads:
Knob (similar):
Neon pink heart card:
Pink removable tiles:
Ceiling/wall lamp:
Wall hooks:
Sage green paint:
Boob towel:
Shower curtain rings:
Shower curtain:
Gold garbage can:
Clean/Dirty bathmat:
Pastel toothbrushes:
Dot guest towels:
Small pink vase:
First aid tin (similar):
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