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Sure, the ever-functional bathroom is sometimes swept aside in favor of decorating more grandiose rooms. But your bathroom doesn’t have to be boring! It’s the little details that count, so we’ve rounded up seven easy DIY updates for every part of the room, from the walls down to the bottom of your vanity. They’re also inexpensive and quick — you can complete some of these projects in a day. Dust off your tools this weekend and make your bathroom look its best.

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If you’re tired of rifling through dozens of unorganized spices every time you cook, you might need to take a note from TikTok creator @cameryncarter. She totally transformed her spice cabinet by using uniform glass jars from Amazon and minimalist labels from an Etsy shop. Riser organizers make everything easy to find and give the cabinet a clean look.

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Kallax cabinets might be a staple in every dorm room, but don’t exactly have a timeless look. This Ikea DIY from @thornecreek adds custom doors, trendy mint paint, and new hardware to completely transform a Kallax into a chic storage unit.

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If you don’t want to take on an Ikea hack that requires too many power tools, try this @joy_daydreams DIY that transforms a Rudsta cabinet into an Instagram worthy greenhouse.

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TikTok creator @findsdealsanddupes created a two-story litter box using an $89 Ikea cabinet. Cutting out a hole in the side allows the cats to move in and out of the litter cabinet while hiding unsightly litter boxes and cutting down on the smell.

One of the nicest additions we made in our kitchen is a strip of under cabinet lights that makes preparing food safer and easier. As an inexpensive but highly worthwhile investment, the low-profile fixtures come in strips easily installed in the shallow recess on the bottom of cabinets and they plug into a wall receptacle.

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If you find yourself constantly untangling cords from hot tools, this surprisingly simple bathroom storage hack from popular DIY duo The Sorry Girls will solve your storage issues for good. Using wood pieces, wood glue, some white spray paint, and hardware to match the existing bathroom cabinetry, @thesorrygirls show you how to build a pull-out storage cabinet that keeps hair dryers, curling irons, and straighteners organized.

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The DIYnamic duo behind @bensondwelling are not afraid of busting out some power tools to create stunning furniture and remodels. Maybe that’s why this power (pun intended) couple is able to create this striking and trendy arched cane cabinet that looks like it could have come straight from Anthropologie’s latest home collection.

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Maybe you already recycle but you hate the way that clunky blue bin takes up kitchen space. Maybe you just sobbed through the walrus scene in Our Planet and you’re newly committed to reducing your impact but you’re living in a small space. These in-cabinet recycling bins will help you cut down on waste without taking up precious floor space.

If you’re wondering how to paint kitchen cabinets, you’ve come to the right place. Giving your cabinets a makeover can dramatically change the look and feel of your kitchen, whether you’re opting for a clean white paint or a more adventurous dark or colorful hue.

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Q: Tim, I’m about to embark on a kitchen remodeling adventure and don’t want to get shipwrecked on the island of kitchen mistakes. I’ve never had an island in my kitchen, and I don’t have lots of space. Can you help me decide if one will work? What, in your opinion, is the smallest island you can have in a kitchen? What about appliances and electricity in the island? What happens if you get a stone top and want to change it later? How would you get the stone top off? —Mary Chris F., Cincinnati

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Do you have a faucet drainpipe and trap that seems to clog more than usual? It’s not an uncommon problem. Instead of using a PVC drainpipe and P-trap, consider replacing it with a new type of drain trap designed for easy installation using only a pair of scissors. It has fewer leak points and its rubber gasket seals ensures a dry base cabinet whether in the kitchen or bathroom.

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