DIY Network: Double Duty!

January 10, 2013   //  Posted in: Bathroom, DIY, DIY Network Projects   //  By: Emily   //  2 responses

I’m checking in today with two new posts on DIY Network!

Meet Atticus, our new to-be bathroom fan and light.In the first post: Right up your bathroom-renovation-loving alley, I get down and show you a few other things that we still have on the agenda for our humble little restroom. Hint to the left, you’re going to meet our to-be ventilation BFF, Atticus. Can you believe that one year ago we had gutted the room and were in the process of installing our shower tiles? Me neither. See what’s next in this post on DIY Network.
 
 
Wheee, is that frosty, lovely etched glass you see?In the second post: My craftier side is re-exposed, and I show off my newest home decor project and do a happy dance. True story: When I had gotten started on this project, I thought it would be a total flop, but as I kept progressing it got better and better and is now one of my favorite simple decor sets. Our entryway window is so warm and wintery bright! See the whole tutorial for yourself right here.

 

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  • Harper
    1 year ago - Reply

    Have you read YoungHouseLove’s post about intsalling the dual flush contraption? You might find it helpful to read someone’s first hand account.

    Also, you might find poking around Lowe’s and Grossman’s Bargain Outlet helpful when looking for medicine cabinets. I found the HD ones to be expensive (not relevant if you’re DIYing it) and that they didn’t have as many options (don’t recall finding a recessed simple white medicine cabinet).

    A year since the bathroom reno?! That means I’ve been reading for a year because it was your bathroom reno posts that sucked me in. Congrats.

    • Emily
      1 year ago -

      I think I have seen that post. We’re not doing any crazy diaper sprayer attachments though, not now at least. I’ve got a few models in mind for our cabinet (nothing like the one I posted, actually, a bit more contemporary in design) but I really need to arm myself with the proper tools first; I want it to be nice and strong and well-made! Thanks for one year of readership!

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