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Top 100 Vinyl Projects

  1. 76. Installing a Vinyl-Tile Floor (00:01:00)

    Josh Temple has a quick tip for installing a leather-look vinyl-tile floor.

  2. 77. Habitat Kitchen Floor (04:17)

    Vinyl flooring can often be left beneath newly installed laminate floors.

  3. 78. How to Install Vinyl or Metal Gutters

    Brand new gutters can prevent damage to your roof, soffit and facsia boards. And new downspouts can help divert water away from your h...

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  4. 79. Vintage Record Room Divider (05:11)

    Create a fun room divider using vintage vinyl records.

  5. 80. Wallpaper Buying Guide (02:12)

    Get expert advice on selecting wallpaper for your home.

  6. 81. Kitchen Flooring Options (02:38)

    Latest flooring options from classic hardwoods to budget-friendly vinyl.

  7. 82. Alternative Siding Options

    DIY Network takes a closer look at a few alternative siding options, all of which will help ease the burden on your wallet.

  8. 83. New Vintage Vinyl Tile (05:21)

    For a vintage look, try back-to-the-future vinyl tile.

  9. 84. Large Square Tile Fireplace (00:03:05)

    Josh and crew hammer their way to an Asian-themed kitchen and living room.

  10. 85. Types of Fences (00:02:27)

    Fences come in so many different styles and materials.

  11. 86. Chic Vinyl Floor (02:54)

    Update your vinyl floor-all it takes is paint, time and creativity.

  12. 87. Flooring That Stands Up to Bathroom Wear

    Choosing the right flooring for a bathroom can be a daunting task but if the flooring you choose looks great, is durable and feels fabu...

  13. 88. Deco Redo (20:00)

    Matt mixes modern and classic elements to create a timeless, eclectic bath.

  14. 89. How to Repair Vinyl Siding

    These step-by-step instructions show how to repair damaged vinyl siding by installing a patch.

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  15. 90. '80s Bathroom Update (03:51)

    Tired of their master bath with no shower, Adam and Melissa get to work.

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