Andréa wasn't a fan of her drab concrete balcony, and wasn't entertaining outside like she wanted. She decided to give it a makeover, and came up with a smart solution to fill in the gaps square decking tiles made on a round balcony:
When you live in one place for awhile, rooms will begin to need a refresh. Such was the case for Sarah's bedroom, and she enlisted the help of best friend and former roommate Katie to help give the small space a makeover.
Abigail's fixer-upper stood out—and not in a good way. Sometime during its 100-year history, someone had slapped putty-hued vinyl siding on the front, which would be less jarring if it wasn't one of many attached brick rowhouses! See how she and her husband restored the curb appeal:
We love a good "shop your space" room transformation. Jay is a Minneapolis-based designer and this bedroom project was completed in a day (another benefit of using a lot of what you've got!). With a few new elements and a shift in the space, there's now a blissful new bedroom:
Since they'll eventually sell this house, Kelley didn't want to spend too much money in updating the place. So when this bathroom was feeling a little bit country, she set a short budget, and made the existing vintage tile shine:
Meghan got these chairs from her grandparents, and while they didn't look like much, family photos revealed their vintage charm hidden under 80s upholstery. She decided to have their original style brought back, but with a twist.