My sister recently bought a house and she’s been wanting to infuse her personality into it with small renovation projects but wasn’t exactly sure how/where to start. Since this is her first house, she’s never DIY’d before. It’s not that she wasn’t interested but she just didn’t have the opportunity to. So, when I was asked to try out a project using accent planks, I knew this project was a perfect fit to do with my sister at her house.
I’m not sure what your background is with DIY, but Luke and I know from experience that easier projects with a high return on style make us feel really good. They make you feel empowered and motivated to try more.
I knew this project would be really encouraging to my sister because she only had to learn to use a few tools (tape measure, level and miter saw) and the result in her bathroom was going to be immediate satisfaction.
So, if you are new to DIY… try this type of project to get your feet wet. You’ll be hooked; and the more confidence you get with tools, the more you’ll be willing to take on the next time.
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How cute does that look? You can’t really appreciate the “After” until you see the “Before”.
Boring and bland, right?