See how we tackled a bathroom remodel where the previous owners had allowed their teenagers to use the walls as an art project. Improvements include removing wallpaper and textured ceiling and installing a new marble vanity top and wall mirror.
We’re tackling a much needed kitchen remodel in an older home without spending a lot of money by repairing and painting the existing cabinets, replacing the dated plastic laminate countertops, and installing a new range hood.
In the second of our two-part series, Danny completes the total renovation of his dated master bathroom, complete with new tile floor and shower surround, vanity with granite top, freestanding soaking tub, a chandelier and wall sconces.
In the first of our two-part series, Danny starts on the renovation of his 22-year-old master bathroom by replacing a termite damaged floor beam, upgrading the plumbing and wiring, and installing a new window, skylight, water heater, and vent fan.
If there’s a new product or tool to make your home better, you’ll find it at the on display at the International Builder’s Show. We were on hand for this year’s show to give you a front row seat on the latest trends and innovations in home improvement.
After months of renovation and remodeling, followed by weeks of decorating from the design team at Better Homes and Gardens and Renovation Style magazines, the Kuppersmith Project house is finally finished, and it’s time to take the grand tour!
The final touches are underway on the Kuppersmith Project before the decorators arrive. From landscaping and outdoor lighting to finishing the garage and installing door locks, my renovation of this historic 1926 home is almost complete.
My extensive renovation of the 1926 Kuppersmith Project home entered the home stretch with the plumbing and electrical fixtures and door hardware being installed. Outside, landscaping the yard of the historic home was underway.
We’re tackling a number of projects outside on the Kuppersmith house, including installing motorized retractable screens and pouring the concrete driveway. Inside we’re putting in a shower surround and putting down a tile floor in the bathroom.
With the additions to our 1926 Kuppersmith Project house framed up and the roofing on, the next big step was roughing in all the plumbing, wiring, and ductwork so we can get started installing the insulation and drywall in the house.