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This Tiny Bathroom Before and After Is Truly Jaw-Dropping


As a new homeowner, you don’t always get everything on your wish list. Whether it’s a paint color you don’t like, dated countertops, or minimal storage space, there is usually one aspect (or a few) that you are looking to upgrade. And in terms of priorities, let’s be real—bathrooms tend to be at the bottom of everyone’s list because they are the room people spend the least amount of time in. 

Patti Wagner went the opposite route with her home. The designer took the plunge and decided to give her vintage bathroom a facelift; a rather in-depth one that included stripping 89 years worth of paint from the walls while maintaining the original character. Wagner and her husband also replaced the old flooring, which sat in wire mesh and a concrete mortar bed, with a hexagon tile more befitting of the time period to complement the original green tiling on the walls. 

From start to finish, this 47-square-foot bathroom took about two months to complete. If your bathroom is in need of a refresh, take a page from Wagner and turn your attention to your floors, as it’s one update that really makes a difference. Below, the designer shares what she learned about remodeling bathroom floors. We’re definitely taking note.

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10 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make In Your Kitchen Design


Many of our home activities — cooking, cleaning, eating, drinking, socializing — take place in the kitchen. Which is why a beautiful and functional kitchen is so important. Regardless of your kitchen design style, organization and layout are key components. Take a look at these 10 renovation mistakes you should avoid and design tips to try, so you’ll end up with a practical and elegant kitchen design.

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Color Trends for 2020. The Sherwin Williams Forecast

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American paint manufacturer, Sherwin Williams, has released its predicted colour trends for 2020. To reach their forecast colour marketing director Sue Wadden, and her team, studied global trends in colour, design and pop-culture. Sue Wadden told Architectural Digest that, “this year, she was looking to counterbalance the cacophony of stresses that are an increasing factor of contemporary life.” Take a look below for the 5 colour trends she expects we’ll be seeing in 2020.

The colours selected represent joy and serenity. As the wellness trend continues, the home is treated as a sanctuary. A welcoming respite from the busy world, a place to balance the mind, body and spirit. There are 45 colours arranged into 5 groups, each contains 9 hues.

Now, I would never advocate blindly following trends, particular with colour which is so subjective. As I have said before, it is always best to decorate with colours you love. However, if you are not super confident when choosing colour, and you feel drawn to one of these palettes, then this could be a very handy tool to help you plan colour. Whether in a room, or throughout your entire home. Mix and match the different colours in a group, in different rooms. Connecting your rooms with colour will create a cohesive look in your pad.

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