55 Clever Home Remodeling Ideas

This is our 55+ remodeling ideas for new home/apartment:
1. Lower your living room to create a conversation pit.

2. Turn an attic nook into a pillow room.
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3. Display your book collection under the stairs.
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3.Book shelf under stair
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4. Or use the space underneath for storage.
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5. Or use that space for a book nook.

6. Dog little haven underneath the stairs.
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7. Make space for two dishwashers instead of one.

8. a treehouse or guesthouse.

9. Turn shabby garden shed into a charming artist’s shed.
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10. An in-wall pest control system.

11. baseboard drawers.

12. Consider a hidden room.

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13. Make your walls MAGNETIC.

14. An S-shaped seat for the shower.

15. Stretch a ceiling hammock.
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16.A walk-in shower.

17. Install chutes in your kitchen straight into the garage.

18. A platform in a storage/guestroom.

19. Build a dry bar into your deck.

20. Turn dead space above a staircase into a playroom.
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21. a second mini-fridge in your kitchen island.

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22. Instead of typical cabinets, build a pull-out cabinet for instant counter space.

23. Put a sink with jets in your laundry room.

24.Hidden Ironing Board



26. Kids will love having slumber parties in their bunkroom.

27. An accordion glass windows and doors.

28. a star-gazing sunroof.

29. Install a two-sided fireplace.

30. A living room fireplace with built-in seating.

31. Add that master bedroom balcony.

Number 32– 36.

32. harry Potter bedroom.

33.a second office under stairs.
or Cheerful Home Office

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35. Bathroom under stair.
or~Petite Powder Room

36. Play house.

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37.Stealthy Storage

38.Space-Saving Bike Storage

39.Covert Kitchen Pantry

40.Streamlined Entertainment Center

41.Cozy Reading Nook

42.Mini Mudroom

43. Secret Room under the floor.

44.Kitchen Collectibles
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45. mason jar herb garden.

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46. Custom design storage solution.

47.Distressed wood and sliding barn door.

48.sliding barn door for laundry room

49. Creative white picture frame.

50. Special space for the spice rack.

51. The wood-lined loft for the kid’s room
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52. A large rustic wood-slab for the kitchen.

53. Extra space for the kitchen stuff.

54.Custom ladder for the kitchen.

55. Spa Like Bathroom.

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How To Update A 1950’s Home – Removing Walls, Remodeling And Creating A DIY Open Home Floor Plan

DIY Busting out walls in This 1950’s Rambler to create an open floor plan. We show you how to locate load bearing walls, and safely remove them to update a house in this renovation. How to update a house with simple but strategic remodeling including removing the RIGHT walls the RIGHT way! Safe DIY renovation makes for a happy do it yourself renovation 😉


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How To Build A Walk-In Shower (Part 1: Wedi Shower Pan Install) — By Home Repair Tutor

If you want to build a walk-in shower you’re in the right place. If you need help choosing a wedi shower system please email jeff@bathroomrepairtutor.com or visit

Today we’ll show you how to install the shower pan…fortunately this is waaaaaay easier than it use to be…especially if you use the Wedi Fundo Ligno.

You can cut the Ligno to any size you want. They also come in pre-cut dimensions, so make sure you pick a size that fits the shower you’ll build.

Once you have the pan you’ll have to cut out the existing subfloor.

If you subfloor is 3/4″ plywood you’re in for a treat. If you remove the section where the Ligno is going you’ll be able to install the pan in one day.

Add 2×4 nailers to the joists and make them 3/4″ below the the top of the joist.

Apply Liquid Nail to the nailers and nail or screw them to the joists. Then apply Liquid Nail to the top of the nailer and add OSB or plywood to the joist gap.

What you’re doing is creating a subfloor that’s 3/4 of an inch lower than the adjacent subfloor.

Put together the Wedi Ligno shower pan drain using Wedi’s sealant. It only needs to be hand tightened…doesn’t get any easier my friend.

Mix up latex modified thin-set and back butter the Wedi Ligno shower pan. Apply the same thin-set to the subfloor and embed the Ligno shower pan into the thin-set.

BOOM, it’s that easy.

Of course there are a ton of details and they’re all in our step-by-step video tutorial…we love geeking out over this stuff.

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If you want the complete written tutorial you can see that over on Home Repair Tutor

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS | Minecraft One Life SMP | Episode 10

Hey guys and welcome to the tenth episode of the One Life UHC SMP Server. In today’s video I make my house look super pretty.

One Life is a multiplayer whitelisted minecraft server where all users have a UHC life system! So no heart regen! Once they die, thats them out! And another Youtuber will take their place! So how long will your favourite Youtuber Survive???

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Jaw-Dropping Traditional Small Japanese Home Renovation

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Imagine having the opportunity to renovate a wonderfully unique building and turn it into your dream home. When Daigo came across an abandoned small home in rural Japan which previously had been used to grow silk worms, that’s exactly what he did. The home takes full advantage of the original traditional Japanese construction materials, yet is styled with an minimalist, modern edge.

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