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Top 100 Glass Projects

  1. 61. DIY Cleaning Spray Starter Kit (00:03:35)

    Here's how to make a natural cleaning spray starter kit for all surfaces.

  2. 62. Color Happy (20:00)

    Matt helps Ray and Helen slay the Mold Monster and revive the master bath.

  3. 63. Retro Medicine Cabinet (01:18)

    A few dollars and a little time turn a medicine cabinet from old to retro.

  4. 64. Cabinet Door Remodel (00:05:55)

    An expert advises on giving kitchen cabinet doors new glass fronts.

  5. 65. Using Glass Mosaic Tile (00:30)

    Get creative: glass mosaic tile has many uses in a bathroom.

  6. 66. Glass Block Windows- Part 4 (07:08)

    Paul and the Kitchen Renovations team update a loft-style home kitchen.

  7. 67. How to Assemble a Glass Cabinet Door

    Assemble a glass door with these easy step-by-step directions.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  8. 68. Galvanized Gazebo (20:00)

    There is tons of space in this backyard but no reason to spend time in it.

  9. 69. Bathroom Cabinet & Vanity Tips (02:15)

    Custom cabinets help give this bathroom a first-class remodel.

  10. 70. Glass Block Windows- Part 1 (05:15)

    Paul and the Kitchen Renovations team update a loft-style home kitchen.

  11. 71. Bottle Incense Burner (02:00)

    Create funky incense burners from old wine bottles and glass paint.

  12. 72. Step 5: Grout the Backsplash (04:38)

    Amy Matthews shows how to grout a glass mosaic tile backsplash.

  13. 73. How to Create and Install a Glass Block Wall

    Glass block walls let light pass from one area of the room to another. And installing one is not much harder than laying tile.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  14. 74. Kitchens With Marc Bartolomeo (04:05)

    Marc Bartolomeo arrives to help build three custom kitchens in two days.

  15. 75. Thermal Blocks Wall (02:07)

    This unique glass block design functions as a thermal wall in the home.

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