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Top 100 Styles Projects

  1. 61. Wet-Bar Cabinet (00:02:31)

    Installing a custom wet bar in any room can add convenience and style.

  2. 62. Bathroom Renovations: Art Deco

    Learn how to transform your outdated bathroom to a chic, new art deco design with these easy-to-follow steps.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  3. 63. Tudor Style: 1 of 4 (20:01)

    The kitchen is busted out in all directions, revealing some pesky concerns.

  4. 64. Blog Cabin 2008: Lake View

    A winning feature, the lake view can be enjoyed from any vantage points.

  5. 65. Country Kitchen Makeover

    Here's how to create a kitchen that's a little bit country, a little bit retro and 100 percent adorable.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  6. 66. Lodge Style Man Cave (01:59)

    Tony and Jason capture the look of a Swiss ski lodge in this man cave.

  7. 67. Handmade Backsplash- Part 4 (05:07)

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

  8. 68. Blog Cabin 2008: Fire Pit

    A fire pit overlooking the lake provides a cozy space to entertain and enjoy the company of friends.

  9. 69. Furniture Vanity (20:00)

    Learn to install a furniture-style vanity & new toilet and set glass tile.

  10. 70. Style Guide for Vintage Bathrooms

    Love vintage baths? DIY Network shares information from today's hottest designers as they dish the details on four classic styles.

  11. 71. Types of Fences (00:02:27)

    Fences come in so many different styles and materials.

  12. 72. Style and Space (03:43)

    Josh and crew help make a master suite wheelchair accessible.

  13. 73. Pebble Bathroom Tile (00:01:00)

    Step up the style in a bathroom with pebble tile on floors or walls.

  14. 74. Front Yard With Fireplace (00:03:50)

    This Tudor-style home gets a front yard makeover that includes a fireplace.

  15. 75. Cool Craftsman Style (03:23)

    This family of six can't afford to be kitchenless for long.

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