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Remodeling a Bathroom

Learn how to remodel a bathroom by demolishing the old one, rerouting electricity, installing beadwall, and reinstalling lights and cabinets.

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Host Fuad Reveiz explains and demonstrates the process of remodeling a bathroom to add character and style. He removes the standard two-basin vanity and mirror, adds some beadboard and chair rail, gives the walls a coat of paint, and replaces the vanity and mirror with beautiful pedestal sinks and twin medicine cabinets.

Complete the following projects for a stylish bathroom remodel:

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    Day

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    $1 - $50

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Demolish a Bathroom

Here's how to demolish a bathroom before you remodel it.

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    $50 - $100

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Reroute Electricity in a Bathroom

Proper lighting is especially important in a bathroom, and in some older baths, light fixtures might need to be relocated. Learn how to reroute electricity in a bathroom with these easy steps.

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    Weekend

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    $250 - $500

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    Moderate

How to Install Beadboard and Trim

Host Fuad Reveiz shows how to transform an ordinary bathroom into an eye-catching space by painting, adding some beadboard and new fixtures -- all in one weekend.

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    Day

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    $500 - $1,000

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Install Medicine Cabinets, Sinks and Lights

In a bathroom remodel, you make the bathroom fit your needs. Change medicine cabinets, sinks and lights with these easy step-by-step directions.

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