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3 file(s) - Uploaded by: ColoradoBH
Created: Feb 12, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
This laundry room is ugly, unfinished, tiny. it houses the furnace, water heater and so many pipes. need help in ideas what to do, hubby is hesitant on drywall
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: pamelajudy
Created: Jun 9, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 4
HELP -- Our kitchen needs help and a redesign. It is very small, but we have room for a table and chairs, which we need. Our laundry closet is in the kitchen and we have no other place for it. The cabinets are 80's style and the wallpaper makes my eyes bleed. I need this community's HELP!!!
my dining room is perfect... except for the walls i inherited from the previous owners. I have a tan carpet and green and blues in the rest of my house. 3 walls are striped. one is CLOUDS! ugg. should i continue the stripes or do something else? i have VERY uneven plaster walls and cannot remove the wallpaper.
Everything in our family room, is early marriage (1970 or hand me downs. I have no idea of what to do with this room. I'ts the 3 D's: dark, dull and depressing. HELP!!!
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: silkmiss_9665002
Created: Dec 7, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
My wonderful contractor installed a fake black marble shower. The "marble" is on 2 walls and I absolutely hate it. Is it possible to tile over it? and, if possible, do I start at the bottom and work up and do I leave a space at the bottom or do I tile right to the floor?
Now, for the other problem, the shower glass walls and door space is not square, rather two angled walls and one angled door that connects the two permanent walls at about a 45 degree angle. We have been unable to stop the water from leaking around both sides of the door. Is there a membrane that will stop this as I'm afraid the water will eventually get under the tile floor and rot the wood!!