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How to Remove a Closet Addition and Restore an Original Hall Parlor

The experts from Restoration Realities give step-by-step instructions on how to remove a closet and return the space to its original de...

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Top 95 Restoring Projects

  1. 1. The Art of Refinishing Bathroom Fixtures

    Fixing up your old bathroom fixtures can cost hundreds less than full-out replacing them, whether you do it yourself or hire a pro. DIY...

  2. 2. Restoring Old Woodwork (00:01:00)

    Restoring woodwork may take time, but it's well worth it in the end.

  3. 3. Restoring Old Staircases (00:01:00)

    When restoring an old home, be sure not to overlook the staircase.

  4. 4. Salvaged-Wood Queen Bed (00:04:16)

    Joanne Palmisano restores salvaged wood items to build a queen-size bed.

  5. 5. Salvaged-Items Kitchen Island (00:05:19)

    Joanne Palmisano refaces a kitchen island with salvaged wood and copper.

  6. 6. The Robert E. Lee Hotel (00:03:17)

    The Robert E. Lee Hotel's 60 rooms present a salvage challenge to the crew.

  7. 7. Gingerbread House (00:20:00)

    Bronson puts Mikey in charge of restoring the busted up barn.

  8. 8. Dry-Ice Blasting to Restore Fire Damage

    Outdoor house fires account for more than $30 million in property damage each year. The leading cause is barbeque grills too close to t...

  9. 9. Restoring Structural Soundness (00:03:19)

    Restoring their home's structural soundness gives the family peace of mind.

  10. 10. Sunroom Bench From Salvage (00:04:23)

    Joanne Palmisano adds a built-in bench of salvaged wood to a sunroom.

  11. 11. Five Things to do Before You Renovate

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  12. 12. Salvaged Mudroom (00:03:20)

    Joanne restores salvaged items to create an attractive, functional mudroom.

  13. 13. Vintage Light Fixtures (00:01:00)

    Using era-appropriate light fixtures is important when restoring old homes.

  14. 14. The James House (00:03:27)

    The crew salvages materials from the 1893 James house, in Hamlet, NC.

  15. 15. How to Rebuild a Claw Foot Tub

    These step-by-step instructions show how to rebuild a claw foot tub by installing new hardware, a showerhead and a new shower ring.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
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