*Updated February 9, 2017*
Today is the day I wrap up my DIY Plywood Floor series. I wanted to give you an update and a summary of how the floors have held up over the past few months. If you need to catch up, read this, this, and this first.
I need your help! I have been doing a little bit of maintenance on my blog lately, and trying to make sure my Brand is a good representation of me and what I am trying to accomplish.
Hello Friends! If you have been following along with my DIY Plywood Floor series, you already know the cost and install and how to install plywood floors in your bathroom. Today I am finally getting to Part Three, The Floor Color.
I will warn you right from the start, this is a lengthy post, almost 40 photos and lots and lots of words. Read more
Welcome to Part Two, the Bathroom Install in my DIY Plywood Floor Series. If you missed part one, where I discussed the cost and install, you can read that here. In this post I am going to show you how we installed it in our bathroom and the steps we took to fight future moisture problems.
If you have been following me on Facebook or Instagram, you know by now that we have installed plywood floors throughout the whole upstairs of our home, which is approximately 1600 square feet. I have received a lot of questions and interest about the project so I figured now would be a good time to talk to you about our DIY Plywood Floors.
It has been 7 months since I have joined the blogging community. Even though it has been quite a learning process, I absolutely love it, and thought I would share a few things I have learned being a newbie blogger.
I am here today to share with you the tale of two mirrors, both great makeovers that involved spray paint and stickers.
As I start wrapping up my series from the Mort Family Project, I would like to share a few more mini makeovers with you.