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Top 100 Remodeling Projects

  1. 46. Sorting Through Kitchen Cabinet Choices

    Before you spend a big chunk of your remodel budget on cabinets, make sure you're choosing wisely. DIY Network experts offer tips on ho...

  2. 47. Infinity Tub Oasis (20:00)

    A dreary gray bathroom gets a 180-degree transformation.

  3. 48. Getting the Rug Out (20:01)

    From the carpeted tub to the mice under the floors, this bath need help.

  4. 49. Warmer, More Welcoming Kitchen (00:03:15)

    This kitchen gets the warmth and attention to detail that it badly needed.

  5. 50. Concrete Lesson (02:29)

    Everything you need to know about concrete mixes and tools.

  6. 51. Selecting a Bath Vent Fan (01:00)

    Savvy tips for selecting a new bathroom ventilation fan.

  7. 52. Blog Cabin 2011: Dining Room Tour

    The coastal-chic dining room at Blog Cabn 2011 features budget-friendly furnishings that accommodate the small dining space. Visit DIYN...

  8. 53. Increasing Home Resale Value (01:00)

    Small improvements can go a long way to increasing the value of a home.

  9. 54. Dueling Outdoor Kitchens (00:01:39)

    One couple, two kitchens: any way you look at it, it's a win-win situation.

  10. 55. Applying Stucco to DIY Project (00:01:00)

    Consider adding stucco as a stylish finish idea for your DIY home project.

  11. 56. How to Create a Fireplace Mantel

    A new fireplace mantel can brighten up an entire room. This project uses standard lumber and crown molding to create a fresh new look.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  12. 57. Precut Column Kit (00:00:30)

    Turn a structural eye sore into an architectural asset with this neat kit.

  13. 58. Painting with Dark Colors (01:00)

    To add depth and richness to a room, try experimenting in deeper shades.

  14. 59. An All-New Kitchen Crashers (00:15)

    Catch an all-new Kitchen Crashers, next Monday at 9:30p/8:30c, on DIY.

  15. 60. Row House in Washington, DC (03:06)

    A 1919 DC brick row-house gets a new front porch and antique glass panels.

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