A Bathroom Renovation: The Plan {and $100 Home Depot Gift Card!}

So it is pretty obvious if you have been hanging out with me for long — I love old charming houses. LOVE!!! I especially am giddy about old house bathrooms and kitchens that have been remodeled but retain the original charming features and style. I’m in love with old fashioned white porcelain sinks, pretty faucets, interesting lighting, classic subway tile, plaster and wood walls and unique ceilings. I’m all about the details.

But, I am learning to appreciate the pace and opportunities in a newer house. It is nice to not have to rush into any project. And it is really nice not to have to tear out electrical wiring in the walls and fix plumbing under the house. That stuff was necessary in an old house, but it was always way more expensive that I ever imagined and worst of all for me, it was NOT FUN to look at.

No one really cares if you have beautiful plumbing under the house that cost you fifty bajillion dollars. No one ever asked to enter the crawl space to see our new water pipes or asked to hang out around our new electrical panel. Well, maybe the men did. But the funnest projects for me in my old houses were always the pretty parts of renovation. Sinks, faucets, tile & fresh paint …. oh my!

My new house is going to be really fun once I get on a roll!

In this house, we can jump right into updating things that we actually LOVE looking at — as time, budget or opportunity allows. Now THAT is my kind of fun!

While my only real expectation for renovation projects this year was to paint the interior of my house, I was recently given the opportunity to do a small bathroom makeover through Home Depot! I’m feeling pretty blessed right now, because this was just the incentive my husband and I needed to tackle a fun renovation of our powder room.

Yes, I know, I just painted that powder room this past spring on a rare impulsive whim where friends graciously offered to help me out and paint with me. A paint makeover did wonders for our powder room and I do think it turned out pretty cute, considering all we did was paint! The cute updated vanity will be given to someone in need.

But now I’m excited to begin our very first real room makeover in this house by updating it with some of my favorite classic details. Because it is the smallest room in our house, I’m hoping we can make a big impact and it will help set the tone for what I want my house to look and feel like.

Home Depot is kicking off a Renew and Redo Event this weekend (it runs through February 23) so I was in Home Depot THREE TIMES exploring all my options! I was in complete heaven. I wandered the aisles dreaming of possibilities. I went online and was amazed at the variety and selection they offer there as well, including some really cute vanities and faucets.

I love that you can update a bathroom with as little as new cabinet hardware, a new faucet, new paint or even expand your project to include new tile or a brand new vanity (they have some cute ones online that I was really tempted by!). Simple and fun updates are so affordable! I have two other bathrooms that will hopefully be getting paint and new cabinet hardware this year too so it was fun to think through all my bathrooms and what I could possibly do in time.

Check out the Home Depot Renew and Redo event and see what might inspire you!

Here is what we found to kick off our new “old house” DIY makeover.

  • A classic white pedestal sink
  • New classic faucet
  • White subway tile
  • Wood paneling & Paint

SQUEEEEE!!! Ah. I’m going to feel more at home here REALLY soon. That is all I’m gonna tell you for now.

I’ll be getting this bathroom renovation project underway once I’m back from Blissdom next week! It should be fun — it has been awhile since my hubby and I have tackled more than painting a room, so this could be humorous. We’ll see.

$100 HOME DEPOT GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!

To help one lucky reader get started on a little project of your own, Home Depot is offering a $100 gift card to one of my readers! HOW AWESOME is that, we could redo our bathrooms at the same time!!? All you have to do is leave a comment here on this post!

Tell me what updates you would like to make to your bathroom (or about your favorite bathroom updates) and if you are scared for me knowing I’m going to be tiling something. I know. It is kind of scary.


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  1. I would love to put a new vanity and change out the hardware in our master bathroom!

  2. Tiling scares me to death! I can’t wait to see what you do.

    I have a few ideas in mind for my little hollywood bathroom…now just finding time to finish it. I’d like to paint my mirrors and my cabinets, you know…a weekend, lol.
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  3. hmmm, my bathroom could use some new tile on the floor, but what I’d really like to use the gift card for is to work on my yucky basement laundry room. =)
    kathy k.
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  4. We have been waiting and waiting to start tiling our bathroom floor too–would LOVE to win this!

  5. Weedwacker says:

    We would put in new tub surround, replace the toilet and repaint. It’s a little bathroom, but that would be a big change.
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  6. I love classic bathroom designs! We have painted all our bathrooms and replaced the light fixtures, but our master bath is in desperate need of new faucets – Home Depot to the rescue?

  7. I kid you not, I had Home Depot’s website open in one tab and Google Reader open in another when your post came through!! This was meant to be (fingers crossed, anyway!) The bathroom update I’m looking at right now is not terribly exciting in a designer sense, but will be terribly exciting in an I-don’t-have-to-go-to-the-laundromat-anymore sense: we are looking at buying our first washer and dryer, and I love the options at Home Depot. A $100 gift card would get us off to a great start!!

    Thanks for hosting an awesome giveaway!

  8. Thanks for the giveaway!

    I really want to tile and paint my downstairs bathroom. It’s a half bath with a pedestal sink. It’s an adorable little room… It just needs some love!

    I could also use some storage baskets for a little cabinet that we’re planning on building! =)

  9. OH MY GOODNESS–what DOESN’T my bathroom need? With the scary green peeling floor, the gross old cabinet, walls that are pitted and terrible after a wallpaper removal disaster, a cracked tub AND NO PLACE TO HANG MY ROBE!!!

    This would be a dream! To have $100 to start over again!
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  10. oh my gosh, that would be awesome, we need to redo our bathroom because of flooring issues – can’t wait to see yours!

  11. I love Home Depot! The biggest need in my bathrooms is paint. I also have one bathroom that has a huge crack in the tile grout, so we have to figure out what to do with that. My kitchen faucet is the fixture I would love to change–it is UGLY–it is off-white. I would love to have brushed nickel because it would be prettier and easier to clean.

  12. I jumped on the HD bandwagon this weekend and came home with one of their vanities. I am still in the decision making phase, but am so exciting to give my little room a boost and make it special.
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  13. Updating our master bathroom is the first project on our list of things we’d like to change in the house we bought 6 months ago. It will be our first real home renovation project to tackle. A Home Depot gift card would come in handy! :-)
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  14. We were just in Home Depot this weekend. I can already think of several ways I would put $100 to good use. I also love the charm of older homes. That’s my goal if we get to build a new home…to make it feel old! Sounds kind of silly but that’s the goal :)
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  15. OOOH, my bathroom(s) need sooo much. New tile, new floor (in one), new sinks. A Home Depot gift card would be the perfect jump start on our bathroom projects =]

  16. We need a new vanity like crazy!!!
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  17. We are in the midst of remodeling our master bathroom right now! Yikes! Up next for us is tile and paint! $100 would sure help! :)

  18. We are finishing up a bathroom renovation for some not-so-handy friends. We did white subway tile with grey grout for the shower! Next up is adding a bathroom and bedroom to our attic.

  19. Tiling scares me…but I would love to attempt a snazzy blacksplash in my bedroom ensuite! It’s in desperate need of a revamp!!

  20. What updates would I like to make to my bathroom? Where do I start? LOL Seriously…we are renting but can make all the improvements we want. Our bathroom is so tiny! I’d love to replace the medicine cabinet over the sink, paint, redo the floor and repair the tiles in the shower that have fallen off, and replace the vanity, since whoever painted the bathroom last got it covered in white paint. Oh and my toilet cover is broken, as well as the toilet paper holder! I’d spend far more than $100! :) :)

  21. I’d love to see tile and new paint in my bathroom. Good luck with your project!

  22. I found a great vanity at Home Goods (sorry Home Depot) and started my bathroom renovation this weekend. I did get my paint at Home Depot! I love a new project… visit me and read all about it!

  23. Well, i just finished painting our main bathroom … after 3 (yes THREE) weeks of peeling wallpaper during naps and after bedtime. It was terrible — but is now done! I took a sledge hammer to the 60′s sink. Now I just need to get a new sink — that is definitely #1 on my list (I probably shoulda thought of that BEFORE the sledge hammer). New lighting would be a dream, too! I could make $100 go a Loooooooong way! :)
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  24. ohhh, I want to do board & batten in my bathroom! It’s probably my next project, but FREE would be great! I love home depot! I’m there all the time.
    good luck tiling!
    gail
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  25. We are in a 1970s home that has great bones. The bathroom is not horrible (it doesn’t scream 70s like so many I know) however there are some great things we could do to spruce it up. We’re still looking at which direction we might go. I can spend $100 at HD EASILY!!!
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  26. we will be tackling our bathroom in the next couple of months and this gift card would be a blessing.

  27. Kathy Britton says:

    I would love to get a new toilet for the kids bathroom. I would love to get one with a powerful flush that saves water.

  28. I need to replace the hollywood light fixture in the master bath and strip the wallpaper so I can paint. Boy, it will make a world of difference!!

  29. Well considering my bathroom has been gutted for 21 1/2 months….but whos counting? I already have it spent either on flooring or wood for shelves or new hardware for the shower and sink!! You’ll do fine on the tiling!!

  30. I would replace the tile and cabinet in my bathroom. With a few more accessory chanegs I think it would breathe new life in my small bathrrom.

  31. I just started working on my bathroom. I already primed and painted (with Home Depot Bear paint), but it needs more TLC. It currently has plastic pink and gray tiles on the wall. Yikes! New tile, new vanity, new light fixture. And, yes, I’m a little scared for you, but you can do it!

  32. Oh! I *love* subway tiles in bathrooms and kitchens! They’re so fantastic looking.

    I’d install new flooring in my bathroom and give it a good coat of paint. It’s Greek inspired so something blue and bold.

  33. We have a lovely charming old place, and there isn’t much I’d change about our bathroom, with two exceptions. The height of our shower is horrible. It has this cute little arch but it’s so short that I have to crouch to get under the shower rod, and I’m only 5’3″! I have no idea what can be done about it though. We also have a gorgeous pedestal sink, but no counter space. We currently have a small bookcase in there for storage, but that may not work out well in the future. It’s the only bathroom we have, and we’re expecting a tiny one this summer. Maybe getting a cabinet with doors would do the trick. =)

  34. Carolynn F says:

    Shoulder height bead-board in white to add some character to a tiny bathroom.

  35. My bathroom has been half renovated for half a month right now due to the fact the fact that I can not find floor tile that is in my budget that I actually like! Also, the walls are bare because I need some sort of inspiration. I keep thinking I will see something that I could buy or make but so far no luck. I am really looking forward to seeing what you do for I just love your style!

  36. I won’t say no to that opportunity! With $100 gift card from HD, I’d work on my guest bathroom. It’s been painted, new wall fixtures (towel rack, toilet paper holder, etc) put in, and a new mirror. But what it DESPERATELY needs is a sink/vanity makeover. I’m thinking of priming and painting the cabinet and putting in a new counterop (it’s uber tiny) with a new faucet. Or, maybe, just maybe (!), a beautiful pedestal sink in it’s place. That’d be heavenly!
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  37. Our house is only 3 years old, so none of the bathrooms have anything seriously wrong with them, except that they all need about 10 extra square feet of storage space! Which I can’t fix anyway. So what each bathroom needs is new, more sensible and beautiful hardware, paint, and storage. In our half-bathroom on the main floor, I’d remove the pedestal sink and add a vanity for the storage. Then I can get my cleaning supplies out of the equally-tiny back entry!

    Good luck renovating your bathroom. I can’t wait to see what you do with it.
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  38. I really want to do some wainscoting in my kids bathroom and this would definitely help out!
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  39. We have renovated two bathrooms, a laundry room and a kitchen. We still have one bathroom to go, but seem to be stuck. A gift card would help get the decorating juices flowing again. And believe me, that bathroom needs everything!

  40. I would love to redo all of my bathrooms really. I love subway tile. All baths need new vanities and the list goes on. Can’t wait to see your redo:)

  41. Well, we rent so no bathroom redo for me… sadness. But if I could I would rip it all out and start from scratch, our bathroom is about 40 years old and is showing it’s age big time.

    I do have a few other DIY projects on my mind to tackle though, so a Home Depot gift card would sure come in handy for all the tools I’ll need to buy!

  42. I would just like to paint the walls and the cabinet. Maybe add some new hardware and an up-to-date light fixture. And when I’m in dreamland…a little board and batten would be nice.
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  43. We just moved into a new-to-us house and have a bathroom that could desperately use some remodeling! While the cream colored ceramic that covers the floors and most of the walls is liveable, the beat up vanity, medicine cabinet and over the toilet storage is not. And don’t even get me started on the light ficture!
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  44. We were just talking about updating our bathroom!! We’d re-tile the shower and update the linoleum floor!
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  45. Wow, I have some seriously 70′s bathroom issues that I have been waiting to fix. I have WOOD around the base of my toilet. WOOD! ….and I have 5 boys, yuck. I would do anything to replace it with some decent tile, and the medicine cabinets that serve as the only mirrors, and…

  46. Oh my goodness…I would like to update my powder room with the very pedestial sink in your post! I guess great minds and all…oh, and I want to put in a new tile floor, too!
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  47. We’ve been updating our master bath slowly over time as we have the cash. We’ve stalled out though and need to change out the shower door (it’s that 80′s shiny gold brass) and we need a new vanity. The $100 would be nice towards that!! :-)

  48. That’s awesome! Love the inspiration you give us :)

    Please enter me.

    Thanks.

  49. I love how changing out the hardware can change the whole look of a room. Good luck with the tiling! I am excited to see how it all turns out! More inspiration for all of us!

  50. Oh, one of my original 1950′s bathrooms really needs help! It has cream and blue tiles.. ugh. Hard to work with. I would love to start doing something with it!

  51. That is awesome!! I would love to redo my bathroom in subway tiles and seafoam green paint. I can just imagine it – lol!

    I shared it on my FB page and twitter :)

    xoxo
    Jen
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  52. Good luck with your bathroom remodel! My husband and I moved to a new city/state about 6 months ago. We purchased an older home in a beautiful neighborhood, but the home needs a lot of love! We have been working on our hall bath since we moved in (weekend warriors). It was a complete gut job and we now have most of the tile in. I’ve been searching high and low for reasonably priced, quality sink faucets. Needless to say, $100 from HD would help purchase those faucets!

  53. I am planning on redoing several pieces of furniture so this would be perfect for me!! :)
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  54. We just gutted and remodeled our bathroom. I am pretty happy with it- we only spent $1000 bucks thanks to us getting most of the supplies from contractors on craigslist and doing all of the tiling/painting/etc. ourselves. We were forced to remodel because there was a rotten joist under our bathroom that needed replacing. The only thing I would love to change is the toilet- we got a used one from family and it is really short and gets plugged all the time. I would love one of those fancy tall toilets.

  55. I would love to replace the vanity in our master bathroom! The top is stained, courtesy of the previous owner who spilled iodine on it.

  56. Melanie G says:

    We desperately need to retile our shower!!

  57. Thanks, Melissa! I’d love to be entered!
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  58. I would love to frame the mirrors in my bathrooms. Or maybe put up a tile backsplash and around under my cabinets in the kitchen. Or… maybe some lumber to build a farmhouse table for the deck. Or change out the faucets in my master bath to bronze to match the rest of the bathroom. Or….

  59. Jessica hall says:

    I would love to get new hardware and a faucet for my guest bath!

  60. The first thing I would do is re-paint! My bathroom is a god awful DARK Almost black purple that was sponged on top of white with a walmart plastic bag. Bad thing… my bathroom has NO window therefore it is a very very dark space. I would repaint a lighter color get a new shower curtain maybe add a back splash to my sink. Oh the ideas!

  61. $100 would be a huge help in fixing up our bathroom. I want to replace the sink, counter top, and faucet. We have such a tiny little bathroom, that even those small changes will make a huge difference!
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  62. Melissa C. says:

    We tiled our bathroom about a month before my baby boy was born. We wanted to replace the faucet fixtures, but haven’t been able to set aside the money. He is almost two now, and we have yet to replace the fixtures. This $100 Home Depot gift would enable us to do so:)

  63. I’d love to change the faucet and add some color. We still haven’t painted the walls!

  64. Don’t be afraid of tiling. It’s fun and I’ve already tiled our shower floor, shower walls, bathroom floor and wall! My husband made a vanity and concrete counter and what we need now is a new light fixture. It will put the finishing touch on the master bath!
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  65. The original owners seemed to have run out of money by the time they got to the master bathroom. There are wonderful upgrades through out our home but the bathroom is really, really basic. I would love to add tile around the tub and between the vanity top and the mirrors. Right now there is just sheetrock. The one piece vanity/sink has a crack and I am wanting to replace the top with solid surfacing. Crown molding would also go a long way to adding character.
    Hugs,
    Sherry
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  66. I’m sure you’ll be a fantastic tilin’ machine! I would love to change everything about my bathrooms. Downstairs half bath had (hehehe, demoed it last week on a snowday) brown wallpaper, toilet and sink, really bad lighting and shag carpeting. Upstairs is even worse–although the tub/sink/toilet are black. Seriously. Worst bathrooms ever. I swooooon over pedestal sinks, white toilets/tubs/sinks….ahhhh. A Home Depot card would totally help…. :)

  67. i want a new toilet. so glamourous.

  68. Kelly Prater says:

    Your blog entry today is just the kick in the pants I needed to finally get serious about the masterbath! There is carpet in there…gads…but not for long! Home Depot here I come!

  69. i adore subway tiles. especially those green glass ones. i’ll have those as my kitchen backsplash some day. a guy can dream.

    thanks so much for an amazing giveaway. i’m excited just to enter!

    thanks!

  70. My kids bathroom needs a fresh look. Paint and moulding around the mirror and some waynes scoting. This would so come in handy!!

  71. My boys’ bathroom needs a complete overhaul. We’re going to have to tear it down to the studs and start from scratch. Huge project!!!

  72. We moved into fixer home about 6 months ago and the next project on our list is our master bathroom. This sure would help out. Love the subway tile and pedestal sink look also.

  73. WOW I am redoing my my bathroom so a gift card to Home Depot would be AWESOME!!

  74. I would use the gift card for new sink faucets in our master bath. I’m embarrassed to say the we have turned off the hot water in both sinks for 3 months now b/c they are both leaking.

  75. Krysta N. says:

    New paint, new shower-head, and if we were really ambitious – a small vanity instead of the pedestal sink. My kingdom for some storage…

  76. My powder room needs a serious makeover. It’s right next to my beautiful kitchen, which makes it look even worse… I would so love to paint, replace the builder grade mirror, and add a new brushed nickel faucet!

  77. Rebecca K says:

    Our entire main bath needs to be gutted and remodeled (eventually!). I’m looking forward to putting in a nice big soaker tub and some gorgeous tiling!

  78. I am in desperate need of a new vanity to get rid of my old pink sinks. I’m not scared at all about you tiling. I think you will do great. good luck!

  79. I would paint the walls, put borders around the mirror, new lighting and new faucets.

  80. We are saving up to put a shower in our main bath. For almost 9 years we have had an authentic horse trough as our tub. It is cool looking but I am sooo ready for a shower :)
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  81. Roxanna Morgan says:

    I have been doing updates to my bathroom in stages. Yes, I would definately love to pull out the tub surround & install tile but it just is not in my budget. My final & last project is replacing the shower & tub fixtures. I recently replaced the vanity fixture to oil rubbed bronze so the Home Depot win would be a blessing. I could finally call this project “done”. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

    Roxanna
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  82. What great timing! We are working on a redo of a powder room as well…..among many other updates. A new vanity/faucet/mirror are a must, along with a fresh coat of paint.

  83. Wow…what doesn’t our vintage bathroom need? It is currently our only bathroom, tiny and the wallpaper was taken down, but due to indecision, nothing more has taken place…YIKES! We could use the $100 for new paint, new bead-board, new….

    I have great confidence in your ability to tile your bathroom. It truly isn’t as difficult as it might seem. My husband and I tiled a kitchen floor, dining area, entry and long hallway in a home we purchased as a rental. Since the home was older, the biggest challenge was an uneven floor, but since your home is new, hopefully the floor will be level. Best of luck- I know you’ll do great and it will look wonderful. Ps…tiling does take a bit of math, so double-checking the math and then doing a pre-layout is good.

  84. christine says:

    I need a new bathroom sink…ours is chipped =O(

  85. My daughter just got married so I’m redoing her bedroom and bath into a guest room. Paint and mirror are done in the bathroom, but I need some accessories!

  86. Gretchen Leake says:

    We need storage and new faucets!!

  87. I’m in the middle of making bathroom updates myself. They’ll involve paint, tile, new faucets, and new light fixtures. I’m so ready to see the changes!
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  88. Gosh – where to start?? The shower needs to be re-grouted and caulked, I need to either buy new vanities or repair the vanity counter. The sinks need new drain stoppers and the vanity cabinet needs to be painted or replaced. I’m tired just typing this.
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  89. My cultured marbled vanity is in serious need of a change! That would be the first thing I’d replace =)
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  90. I am working on re-doing our guest bath- slowly but surely :) so far we’ve painted, replaced the sink fixture and updated the decor but we’d love to redo the flooring and light fixture as well!

  91. I would rip out all the slate tile in my shower and replace it with something NOT porous. Seriously, who lines the shower walls with porous tiles?

    So excited to see your new bathroom!
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  92. I know I would totally update our guest bath. It has some pretty bad flooring, and is in desperate need of some new paint!
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  93. I am so ready to update the paint in our “way-too-bright” yellow powder room…and then there’s our master bath that *needs* some bead board…ahh the possibilities!
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  94. Whitney Miller says:

    I just painted my bathroom this weekend and wished that I could afford to put some new tile down or paint the cabinets.

  95. Jenni Carlisle says:

    I would love this for our bathroom redo! We pretty much need to do everything, but desperately need to replace the Master vanity. True story: Received a Gift Card for Christmas for this very project when the drywall ceiling of our garage promptly caved in and took every penny of our bathroom redo moola…sad say.

  96. I would love to update my flooring and do a custom frame for my mirror!
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  97. We have a couple of groovy late 60′s bathrooms that are screaming for attention! First order of business- new mirrors!

  98. I would love to buy a new toilet. The one that we bought when we built our house was a small seater?? didnt know there was a difference…and we didnt know it! I would also love to repaint, new shower curtain….

  99. I would do a frame on my mirror, paint and replace the sinks to start:)

    Good luck with the tile!

  100. Sara Schwabedissen says:

    I would love to replace our linoleum flooring with some nice tile.

  101. I’d love to do a complete and total reno of our bathroom – but – maybe maybe we’ll just have to start with new faucets. I’m looking forward to seeing your project! Good luck!
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  102. I’m moving into my first home in a couple of months and could definitely use 100 smackaroos for the bathroom! Love HD!

  103. What a great giveaway! I’ve been begging the hubsters for a little bathroom makeover and this gift card would be the perfect nudge to get him to do it. So many things I want to do to the bathroom…repaint, beadboard, new countertop, paint cabs, frame mirror, new faucets and shower head…AND new toilet. Boy that adds up fast! Thanks for the chance to win!

  104. Wow, our bathroom could definitely use some work. We have one full bathroom and it is in desperate need of new paint and a new sink and vanity situation. We repainted and did a few renovations in our half bath a few years ago and it looks and feels completely transformed. I would love to do the same upstairs.

  105. I have had my eye on a white four pedestal sink and would love to do wood paneling in our powder room! It desperately needs a makeover! : )

  106. I would definitely start with a new toilet — that would make a giant difference just because the one we have is old and acts cantankerous. I want(plan) to paint a lighter color, and stain the vanity and cabinets darker walnut color. Then I want to replace the light fixture, and possibly the mirror. It’s a constant work in progress.

  107. Wow, this is exactly what I’ve been thinking about this weekend! Our bathroom desperately needs an update. The sink and tub are salmon pink and the walls are a mix of seafoam green and jade green tiles…with A LOT of chrome. And by a lot I don’t mean towel bars, I mean every single corner, edge and seam is rimmed in chrome!

    Yowza!

    Aside from that, previous owners tried to remove some shower doors and broke out huge chunks of tile in the process. It’s a major eyesore and dangerous for little fingers :(

    I would love to reglaze the tub and sink to white, repair the damaged wall using blue/green hued mosaic tiles and replace all the chrome with “real” trim. Bamboo flooring would be nice too…hmmmmmm….

    Great giveaway!

  108. Wow! What a generous giveaway.
    My mom and I are currently renovating a new house she just bought and bathrooms are our number one concern right now. We want them to look fantastic, not only for us but also for our future guests!

    Before we move in, though, we have to finish! I would use this giftcard to get some beautiful tiles for the bathroom counters and some new light fixtures. Us girls need some bright light so we can do our makeup! Oh, and a mirror would be on the list too of course.

    Goodluck to everyone!

    -Jessica

  109. My husband and I are thinking of redoing our bathroom right now and would LOVE a little extra dough from Home Depot to make it all come together!

  110. I would love a new faucet for our half bath. It still has the one that came with the house and it is not pretty. It’s the super cheap one with clear plastic knobs. Yuck!

  111. My bath is in dire need of a new paint color, updated faucets, new counter top and larger molding around the mirror. Maybe throw in some subway tiles in the redo also!

  112. I would love to get new light fixtures and faucets. I would also like to frame out my giant mirrors.

  113. We need to paint our bathroom so bad! Everything in there is very matchy matchy. All tan and light yellow tones. I need some color. A new sink wouldn’t hurt, either:)

  114. The Tiny Homestead says:

    thanks for the generous offer! I’m crossing my fingers! I would use the $100 to get a new vanity top and faucet- they need to be replaced, like 15 years ago :)

  115. I would love to paint my bathroom, and I need a new shower sprayer-head. Mine is leaking right now.

  116. Our kids’ bathroom could use some work. It needs a new vanity and faucet, a fresh paint job, a new closet door, and some new towel hooks.

  117. Amy Wolff says:

    My bathroom is in desperate need of new flooring, new paint, and upgraded faucet.

  118. Sheri Moore says:

    I would do the one room I still have gutted from buying a foreclosure: My master bathroom. I love taking hot baths every night and taking them in the “kid” bathroom is just not cutting it. Calgon, take me away !

  119. Just finished tiling one bathroom – would love the gift card to start the next bath……thanks for the chance.

  120. Juliet in SoCal says:

    I would love to keep the marble slab tub in our 60+ year old home. But I would love to change the original wall tile–it’s pale blue-ish with a flesh-colored trim detail. Yuk! I would use simple white subway tile with a plain black trim to go with the white and gray-veined marble tub.

  121. I’d like to get a low flush toilet and add some furniture. Oh and I put a crack in the bowl of my pedestal sink last month. Might like to replace that one day.

  122. We just painted our bathroom in Behr’s Moonlit Pool, a bold teal that I’m a little nervous about. But the bold color is making me want to do some other bold changes in the bathroom! I wondered through Home Depot the other day looking at new mirrors, light fixtures and even some floating shelves above the toilet to display some decor and other bathroom essentials. Maybe I can even talk my hubby into replacing the faucets! Our house is new but it’s contractor-grade and oh-so-boring. 2011 is the year for our house to get a fresh look and a little personality!

  123. I would love to add some color to all three of our bathrooms the white fixtures with builder beige walls is so boring. time to spice them up

  124. Our hall bath needs a makeover…new hardware at least!! (ps>> tile scares me, too!)
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  125. I follow your blog and love it. I would love to put subway tiles around our shower. can’t wait to see your bathroom. Thanks for the chance to win.

  126. I’m looking forward to putting up a beadboard ceiling and ripping out some super dated wallpaper in our master bath! Thanks for the giveaway!

  127. My kids/guest bathroom is up for a remodel very soon. The vanity cabinet is still in great shape so it will just be painted. But the plan is to rip out the tub and put in a walk in shower, new vanity top, tile floor and paint the walls. Good luck with your remodel!
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  128. I would love to win this giftcard for my parents. They’ve undertaken bathrooms in years past by ripping down the wallpaper and putting up new fixtures. They currently need a new shower head and faucet in their upstairs guest bathroom. This giftcard would be perfect for them! :)

  129. my children’s bathroom is also our community bathroom, but i would LOVE to redo it for them & make it more kid friendly!

  130. if i had $100 for a bathroom redo….i would have my husband put in new caulk on the shower…get new curtains…new shower curtains…and a few new towels. OR maybe just a new sink since ours is as old as indoor plumbing…not kidding.
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  131. Holy awesome is right! My 80′s bathroom could use paint, tile, a decent mirror (old tenants took the mirror!), new faucet, and probably just paint the vanity even though I’d love a new one. All things considered, $100 is just a drop in the bucket, but definitely a nice jump start! Best wishes to you and can’t wait to hear about the remodel!

  132. How exciting! I would spend this on making our guest bathroom look nice. It definitely needs a coat of paint and some decorations on the walls. Right now the walls are white and it looks sterile. :-)
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  133. Brass faucets… need I say more?
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  134. Oh my goodness…….what update would I NOT like to make in my master bathroom? There’s not a single thing I like about it. Besides the overall layout, the next thing I would do would be to replace the vanity. I need more storage.
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  135. My master bathroom is in serious need of a remodel. Our 2011 goal is to tile the floor, change the mirror, add a new vanity, sink, toilet and hardware. It is one of the last rooms we have to finish and The Home Depot has always helped us with our remodels! Great giveaway!

  136. I would love to update out sink and toilet from the 1950s pink and blue to a beautiful white!!!

    Good luck tiling!

  137. Barbara (WA) says:

    Well, my bathroom has a leak in the ceiling, ack! Both bathrooms are 22 years old and need new fixtures and floors. I would start with the sink in my bathroom – the old enamel one is chipped and rusty.

  138. I’m jealous that you get to remodel your bathroom. When we bought our house, 14 years ago, our guest bathroom was the first thing that got remodeled (because when we were at the kitchen table signing the documents to buy the house the fan in the bathroom caught fire and dropped to the floor and burned a hole in the flooring! lol…)…
    Well, you know how styles change over 14 years! Needless to say, I’m now ready for a new bathroom. I’d love a new bathtub (clawfoot!) and tile. Don’t worry about your tile job… you’ll do great! ~Becky

  139. I am in the middle of our bathroom redo. Just finished tiling the tub surround TO THE CEILING!!! Wow, what a job but I am so proud of myself! If I can do it , you can too!
    Still trying to find the perfect light fixture for the vanity , so I could really use that gift card!

  140. Lauren O. says:

    I want to do our tile, paint, and possibly get a new vanity!

  141. I just moved into a new place with a bathroom that looks like it stepped out of 1985, complete with shell shaped sinks and carpet (yikes!). If I had a Home Depot card I would start by replacing the sink top and then if there was money left over, get some gorgeous new tile.

  142. Wow! What a nice giveaway! Paint would be on my list of purchases. We painted my son’s nursery last year, and what a difference a little color makes! Hope you had a nice weekend!
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  143. I am elbow deep in renovation books trying to get some inspiration! Bathrooms are so personal and there are so many lovely styles.

  144. I would definitely update our shower and probably put new tile throughout, in addition to around the tub. It’s okay now, but there’s nothing more relaxing than soaking in a nice big tub and ours could use a little bit of zen!
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  145. Oh my word. I just ripped the entire floor out of my 1916 bathroom. Previous owners had done some bad “remuddling” that I needed to repair. The clawfoot tub wouldn’t fit out the 24″ door, so I had to do half the floor at a time, then move the tub to the other side. What a chore. (See some pics on my blog) Anyway, floors are in and I am dreaming of beadboard and paint and our budget is soo tight, we are living with bare studs for another couple weeks, til more money comes in. I love Home Depot!!
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  146. My bathrooms are plain builder sterile bathrooms. Since moving in we havn’t been able to afford any decorating extras. They need a pop of new paint, maybe some board and batten on the walls, a pretty chandelier for the master bath instead of the can lights. Also, the guest bath has formica and I would love to have it tiled. What a great giveaway!!

  147. WOWSAS! We will soon be moving into your standard builder-grade casa and I have HUGE plans to customize it and personalize it an unrealisitically tiny time frame! ;)
    I would LOVE to tile and paint and add beadboard in the bathroom! OF COURSE I would love a new light fixture, too, like a sweet chandy! Now if only I had a sweet $100 Home Depot gift card to do it all with….

  148. Gold lighting & gold and silver combined faucets. Not gonna lie… It REALLY needs to be updated..

  149. Thank you for the great giveaway! What would I change about my bathroom? Let me describe it’s current state… green sink, swirly gold formica, green toilet, pink floral wallpaper, and… wait for it… pink carpet. So the answer would be EVERYTHING! Lol… thanks again. :)
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  150. When we bought this house 5 years ago I thought the reason it had not sold for a year was the ugly master bath. So where do I begin? The only thing that doesn’t need a redo is the pretty terracotta tile floor.

  151. Goodness How awesome is this?! I would love to get a new mirror for our bathroom. Ours is just BLAH!!

  152. I think it would be easier to state what I DON’T want to do to my bathroom!! New facets and light fixtures would be top on my list, followed closely by new vanity, then floors, then all new hardware, mirrors…I’ll take it all! :)

  153. We just put in a new faucet. I would love to update the light fixture and add trim around the mirror. A new toilet seat would be on the list too.

  154. oh no, I’m not scared for you on tiling something. It’s rather fun to me. Like piecing a puzzle together.
    As I said a couple days ago to you or someone, I want to redo our master bath. It hasn’t been redone since we built the house 21 years ago. It has dusty rose wallpaper on the walls in there and I want to get rid of that and paint the walls. Then I’d like to change up all the knobs and hardware on the cabinets as well as replace the sinks in there because the enamel is popping off of them. And I would LOVE a new light fixture as well as an exhaust fan and heater in the ceiling in there to so it will be warmer in the winter time.
    I’m sure there is many more things I’d like to do to it as well but at least that’s a start! :)

  155. Oh I need an updated faucet and TP holder and towel rack. That would just about do it! And Home Depot always has great prices – I bet I could do it ALL with the $100 gift card!

    Hurrah, Huzzah, and Squeeeeeeeee!

  156. A master bath makeover is on our to do list. Not sure when we’ll get to it, but I envision a spa theme. I already have the pastel green paint. I want to add tile around the tub and sinks and a bead board back splash. Then white molding around the mirrors and new chrome fixtures. Haven’t decided yet whether to paint the cabinets white or leave them natural wood.
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  157. If I were remodeling my bathrooms, I would tile the floors or replace my countertops (goodbye laminate). I could really use this giftcard though because my kitchen walls need something to protect them. I have a backsplash, but food still manages to splatter between the backsplash and the cupboards. I would really love some subway tile or something textured to give my kitchen some umpf. It’s in desperate need of umpf. I believe it said that to me the last time I was washing spaghetti sauce splatters off the wall…

  158. I would love to replace the broken and hideous cabinets in our bathroom! A larger mirror would be great as well! :)

  159. I would love to retile our bathroom.

  160. I could use it for SO many things! But I would probably get some tile and put my husband to work on countertops and a backsplash in the kitchen!
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  161. I want to replace the towel racks in our bathroom with towel hooks; so much more functional for our lifestyle. I’d also like to paint the bathroom walls and put up some shelving.

  162. We totally need to redo our bathroom, the caulking around the tub cracked and it leaked and the vinyl flooring separated and buckled alittle around the toliet. The shower door is 30 yrs old and the wallpaper and tile is so outdated. I surely could use a few dollars to help out, after the kitchen redo,(8 months ago) there isn’t much money left to do the bathroom.

    Please, pretty please pick me:)

  163. Lisa Hernandez says:

    Our bathroom is in serious need of a makeover. We have plans to install floor tile, remove wall tile & redo walls, new sink, new toilet, and get a new mirror and light fixture. I was just at Home Depot earlier today and saw their sale display of bathroom sinks near the registers. Our home is old so there’s plenty of makeover work to be done but a new bathroom would be wonderful!

  164. Oh good heavens my bathroom could use a face lift, and since it is tiiiiiny $100 would go a long way!
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  165. I would definitely tile behind the bathtub. It’s peach/fleshtone colored tile! Not pretty! Thanks for the opportunity.

  166. I would put in a gorgeous new backsplash! It actually doesn’t look horribly hard either! Seize the project! PS a $100 would be a grand start!

  167. The grout is flaking out from between my tiles – really I just need a new vanity, plus better light fixture and mirror
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  168. Our master bath is the only one that hasn’t been touched in the almost ten years we have lived here. I would love to paint and tile the floors.
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  169. I would like to retile our bathroom.

  170. Sung to the tune of “My Favorite Things”. A Fiberglass shower that looks like it’s plastic. Builder’s grade stuff, must I do something drastic? An old shower curtain with brass colored rings. I need to get rid of these ugly old things!
    Off white formica and sink with a chip. Peel and stick floor tiles with edges that trip. With Home Depot bucks I could buy bathroom blings. Faucets and lighting and other new things!
    Please, Inspired Room and Home Depot, will you hear my plea? My toilet is broken, My vanity’s old. So will you pick me? Pick me!

  171. Christine says:

    The tile on the floor and walls in my bathroom is black and turquoise, the subfloor underneath the tub is rotted, and we know there’s water damage to some of the drywall behind the shower but don’t know the full extent of it. It needs to be completely redone, but since we’re getting married in April we won’t have the funds to do it for some time.

  172. I would replace my leaky faucet for a start

  173. I would definitely put it toward replacing the counter tops–cheap plastic white “marble” there now! :P

  174. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog….THANKS!

    In my bathroom, I would definitely want to replace the vanity. It’s the old brown wood cabinet with the old brass(ish) knobs and old sink and faucet…would LOVE to cottage it up with a new one!

  175. Danielle Sherman says:

    We just moved into our house in October and we are slowly trying to renovate room-by-room and make it feel like “home”. Our bathroom is very outdated and UGLY! Before we moved in, we tore down the wall paper and painted it white. When have the money, we want to put in a large stand up shower, a new vanity, tile flooring and a new toilet.

  176. One of the things I love most about our house is the old turquoise tile that is in the downstairs bathroom. The precious owners found some brown wallpaper with blue accents that match perfectly. And, I found a great shower curtain at Belk that goes great with the whole room. I think I would use the Home Depot giftcard to help with storage in the bathroom. There’s a pedestal sink so not much storage in the bathroom which is a problem because it’s the guest bathroom.
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  177. while I love our main bathroom there are two things I would change. The medicine cabinet to a nice framed mirror and the light fixture. Something less dated looking would really complete the room. LOVE this giveaway, I feel like we live at Home Depot some weeks.

  178. Hi Melissa – we’re wanting to replace the countertop, toilet and faucet in our powder room.
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  179. in all our bathrooms we have either the ugly brass or silver/gold combo faucets. i have carpet- carpet! where the tub + sinks are….

  180. I have the same ideas swirling around for my first floor bathroom. I would love to replace the vanity with a pedestal sink and clad the walls with bead board. I keep looking at the out dated light fixture with dreams to change it. It’s on the list, but we just did some other renovations first and are saving up to work on the bathroom. Thanks for the chance to win and thank you for sharing your beautiful life and home!

  181. My hubby just redid our master bath this summer. Rent or borrow a wet saw. He borrowed a friend’s saw and it made such a difference! The tiling went really quickly and he even tiled the bath surround and accented it with some glass block! Its seriously one of my favorite rooms now! But our 1st floor bathroom – yuk – thats where my $100 would be going. thanks!
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  182. I know this may be considered a design no-no, but I would love to put hardwood floors in my downstairs hall bath. It’s a really small space but I feel like it’s the finishing touch that this bathroom needs (it’s a half bath, no shower in there). I’d also love to add some crown moulding to all the bathrooms.

  183. Our master bathroom is still in the middle of being renovated. I would spend some of it to refinish the tub and also for some plumbing. Then I would get new doors for it!
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  184. I have been living with subfloor only in my bath for 3 years! I ripped up the carpet, and painted the sub flooring with Kilz, but it is so hard to keep clean, and hard on the feet!
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  185. I would love new tile and shower fixtures.

  186. I would like to put some tile in my bathroom, too, but I’m a little scared.

  187. The floor in the boys bathroom is yucky-yucky-yucky-poo. It is 20 year old 1″ tiles where you see more grout than you do tile. And let’s just say I dont’ feel it’s my mission in life to scrub tile grout. I so want that floor OUT of there. But I’m not going to learn to tile. If we replace the floor the toilet also gets replaced. The rest of that room would be a repaint.
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  188. Words can’t truly convey the horror that is my bathroom. The lovely, Pepto-pink tiled bathroom is from the ’50s and definitely needs a redo…badly. The wall/shower tiles are pink, and the floor tile is pink and gray. (When we moved here the walls and ceiling were Pepto pink too!) I’ve worked with the little budget I had, and just painted the walls and ceiling, and the ugly wood vanity is now painted black. Toilets and sinks and tub…gray. Blech. And the tub is a teeny-tiny, ‘trailer’ size tub! I’d redo it ALL. I want a new, bigger tub with a surround so I don’t have to scrub tile and grout all the time (I have 1 teenage girl and 3 young boys, so it gets used HARD!)and so I don’t have to feel like I’m in a Pepto bottle every time I’m in the shower, new toilet, new sinks, beadboard paneling half-way up, new floor tile (which I’ve actually had sitting in my basement for almost 5 years now because someone gave us some very nice stuff for free!)… Can you tell I’ve thought about this some???
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  189. April Taylor says:

    I would love to gut my bathroom. I have a tub and shower surround waiting to go in. A new pedestal sink and flooring to replace the carpet would be great.

  190. Our bathroom needs to be completely overhauled. The layout is sort of crazy. There are miles of countertop, but the shower is what I refer to as a stand up coffin. It’s seriously the tiniest shower I’ve ever showered in. And I’ve been in the super cheap interior cruise ship rooms. My elbows hit the sides when I shampoo my hair and it’s a good thing that I do yoga, because some serious gymnastics are involved in leg shaving. So when we redo our bathroom it’ll be a total gut job. We’ll tile in a new shower and use a smaller vanity. I’d love to be able to use carrara marble subways to tile the walls of the shower.

    If I won the Home Depot gift certificate, I’d use it in my laundry room. That room only needs a cosmetic overhaul. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! Someone’s going to be able to do a lot with it.
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  191. Oh my, where to begin? Our upstairs bathroom has old indoor/outdoor carpet that HAS to go. The wallpaper is peeling a bit – so I’d like to strip that & paint, the exhaust fan needs to be replaced, and new fixtures? Well, that would just be icing on the cake. Thanks for the chance to win Melissa!
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  192. I have a fairly new house so the updates I would like to make in my bathroom would be some organizational updates. Put some pullouts inside the cabinet, maybe spruce up with new towels and shower curtain. I have an empty spot over my bathtub that could use some art work. I applaud you for taking on tiling. I have never done it but I have regrouted tile in another home I had and it was a chore but well worth it when it was all done. It really brightened up the old tile. Good luck with your project…looking forward to seeing the results.
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  193. We would love a new sink and vanity in our bedroom bath…thanks, and stay blessed!

  194. Was just at the Home Depot yesterday. I fell in love with a cute little bathroom sink that is part of the renew and redo event. Our first floor powder room fell victim to one of our seven boys. The sink is missing the side veneer and the out dated wallpaper is peeling or gets picked at. no one will confess. Ha. Oh and my 3yr old likes to draw roller coasters on every wall. He so proud. Good luck everyone.

  195. This is great, thinking about retiling the bathroom and this 100$ would certainly help!

  196. I NEED to remove the crazy wall paper (cira 1980) that is starting to peel as well as replace the “wall or mirrors”. Oh, did I mention that I need a new bathroom fan – mine squeals when you turn it on! L.O.V.E this giveaway – thanks!
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  197. When we were getting ready to move in to our 1914 bungalow we replaced the guts of our plumbing–galvanized out, Pex in. We also did a pretty significant renovation–swapping our tiny bathroom into an adjacent tiny bedroom and making the former tiny bathroom a closet. Old houses in our town frequently have a single toilet hooked up in the basement. We call it the random basement toilet. We’d replace the vintage random basement toilet with a shiny new one.

  198. I would update paint, vanity and mirrors! We have all builder grade – booorrrring!!

  199. Man, what a great giveaway! I wouldn’t use it on any inside projects, but would instead use it to buy the wood for raised garden beds outside.

    Your bathroom will be just wonderful – can’t wait to see it!

  200. Oooh! That $100 would tile my bathroom floor, re-grout my kitchen floor, buy one sheet of beadboard paneling for my backsplash and a quart of paint! Just what I need!!! Of course I’m scared to tile…and scared for you too!

  201. I would love to add bead board to my bathroom walls and paint!

  202. Oy! My 1980s bathroom could really use a new vanity/sink, toilet, shower, and tile. Right now they are all BROWN. Help us help our house!

  203. Melissa,

    Our bathroom has been half-completed for at LEAST 4 years. We had a leak and my husband decided to tear out the walls (up to the shower). He attempted to fix the plumbing on a weekend, and $500 later (overtime, you know), we had brand new plumbing but no sink or toilet. He finally got those installed and even managed to put cement board up on half the walls. Yes, half. Up to the shower, half the bathroom is halfway completed. Backer board, subway tiles (that are halfway grouted) and cement board that has been haphazardly taped and mudded, but nothing else.

    He just won’t finish it. We don’t have the money to hire a professional (that bid came in around $3k) and I am going to go crazy if we don’t get it done this year. All we need is 3 more sheets of cement board and a weekend to tear out the walls around the tub and put new ones up & tile.

    Maybe handing him some Home Depot cash will make it happen???

  204. We have to eventually gut our bathroom and start over! But that isn’t in the budget anytime soon, so this gift card would allow me to at least get rid of the old builder-installed row of ugly huge light bulbs and get something fresh!

  205. That is so exciting Melissa!!! I can’t wait to see!

    Can you believe that here I am like not even a month after being done with our house and I am *dying* to paint our entire main living area a whole new soothing color? I’d buy a few gallons of paint and be one happy gal. I think it’s safe to say I like change :)

  206. I’m planning a complete remodel of my son’s bathroom, I’m looking some ideas inspiration right now, and definetely the Home Depot $100 would be a huge help!

  207. I love HD! My friends tease me because I’m there literally every other day :) I would definitely update the faucets in the bathroom to some cute!!

  208. Our powder rooms could end up looking very similar. I already have a nice pedestal sink, but it needs a new faucet. And the eggplant color paint has to go! I would love some beadboard paneling like I had in a previous powder room.

  209. All my bathrooms need a redo! This weekend I made an unplanned visit to The Tile Shop on a whim. Oh, my. I had taken my 2 year old in with me and even she was impressed.

  210. I could definitely use that. I have a 3rd floor bathroom that is really in need of a little TLC. A new faucet, towel bar, medicine cabinet, etc – and a whole lot of fabric. That’s what I have planned – $100 would definitely help. Thanks for the chance. liz
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  211. We have one bathroom that all 6 of us use, it is well worn after 11 years. It has the ugly builders tub surround and the builder grade cabinet is water worn. I would love to update the whole room and a gift card might give my handyman a little encouragement! Thanks!

  212. I’d love to replace all the lighting in our bathrooms.

  213. With $100 gift card we would work on building a bathroom in our basement. It’s already plumbed but we need the fixtures! I love subway tile, it’s so much fun to shop and dream of what might be!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  214. The two things I’d LOVE to have in my bathroom renovation are wainscotting and a classic cabinet to house the bathroom sink (the kind that looks like a piece of furniture). And I desperately need a new toilet .. mine has been leaking for over a year!

    Can’t wait to see photos of your bath redo; love ALL your choices!

  215. We would work on the floor of our basement bathroom! Thanks for the opportunity.

  216. Our bathroom could use some new paint, new faucets, and new flooring. $100 sure would get us started!

  217. We started adding onto our house in 2006…and still working on it as we have the time and money. We have a new bathroom that has the toilet and shower…but it needs everything else. I’m planning on using an old farm table to drop a sink into and $100 would help get things going! Thanks for the chance!

    sharon

  218. Stephanie says:

    You can do it!!! My husband and I just tiled our firplace surround with those tiny glass tiles. Sooo pretty. I am thinking I would wallpaper our powder room for a redo.

  219. We have 3 bathrooms that are all in need of the same things to make them over: cabinets, sinks/countertops and faucets, and mirrors. Winning this would get the main floor bathroom off to a great start!

    We did a remodel in our old house with a friend doing the bulk of the work since he knew much more about it than we did, but we learned a LOT! Here’s the before and after:

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  220. My bathroom is crying as I write this. Tiles are popping up off the floor and one drawer on my vanity has fallen off and can’t be repaired. please..fix me…

  221. A new vanity-ours is from ’82, faux wood and a tan “fern-y” surface. Sigh…

  222. I’d like to reglaze the tub.

  223. Red sponge paint from the previous owner. Need I say more? ;)

  224. I want to replace the tile in my bathtub shower surround and would love to have the tub replaced too….dream on…..

  225. We just moved into our house- our powder room has this horrible wallpaper so I would love to rip it down and do subway tiling 1/2 up the wall and finish with a really nice wallpaper on the upper half. Wishing…

  226. Joyce - Quilted Nest says:

    We wanna try our hand at tiling too! I’m not scared for you – but I am for us :)

  227. My hubby would love the gift card for Valentine’s Day!

  228. My whole master bath needs to be redone…everything in it is outdated or broken!

  229. I’d like to update the floor in my bathroom. Thanks for doing this giveaway.

  230. We just bought a house–one that I’m not in love with (yet) but it has potential. $100 would go a long way to helping it feel like home! Plus, we have to re-tile the bathroom floor, and I’m hoping to put in a tile shower…
    Thanks for some beautiful design ideas!

  231. I live in a parsonage built in 1940. I would use it to redo the bathroom. Nasty swine colored tile covers the wall from shoulder height to the floor. The vanity was a homemade invention that was not thought out very well: I can’t even change the hardware to update it because the bathroom door comes within millimeters of the vanity and the knob that is there now… well it had to be “adjusted” to make it fit. The tub is swine colored tile as well except for down at the bottom where the faucet is. There is a checkerboard pattern of swine and white because someone long ago needed to “fix” something and must not have had enough “swine” to fix the gaping hole they made. The place where the shower “fixture” comes out of the wall is surrounded by a gaping hole so that the plumbing is in plain view. (wonder what kind of mold lives inside the wall there)The sad excuse for a medicine cabinet/3 panel mirror is only about 2 inches deep and all three “shelves” in it sag so much that stuff falls out of the cabinet.
    Think this sounds scary… you should see my kitchen.
    Oh and I’m the one with the “delightful” longhorn steer staring at me out of my fireplace mantel.
    I am thankful for the home provided… but there is so much I would love to do to it. $$$ from Home Depot could help out.
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  232. We just finished doing some updates in our master bath…it is amazing what a new light fixture and new tile can do! I would love to be able to make some of those same improvements to our daughter’s bathroom!
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  233. My husband decided that 2 weeks before our son was born was the perfect time for starting a bathroom reno. 2 YEARS later, we still have mostly-torn down wallpaper and are 6 weeks away from the birth of our daughter.
    We could use professional help. :)
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  234. I recently converted an old butcher block island into a candy apple green vanity – turned out great! Always looking to redo more in the house though :)

  235. Adrienne Shuron says:

    Definately I would frame out the builders mirrors with molding and add new faucets. I also want to paint the vanity. I keep checking out all the renovation projects online and driving my husband crazy!

  236. Amy in PA says:

    We’re planning on gutting & redoing our hall bathroom this spring – as soon as the tax refund check comes through :-) It’s the only bathroom left that’s original to our 1990 house (husband redid the others prior to meeting me!) so it’s long overdue for a makeover that will involve subway tile, a beautiful tan floor (I like your diagonal wood in the powder room) & hopefully a $100 Home Depot giftcard!

  237. Our master bath is in desperate need of a facelift. It currently features peach walls and flooring as well as some sweet eighties brass & chrome lighting, towel racks, and faucet. The vanity is new but the counter is old, cracked and chipped. It’s just delightful! Thanks so much for the chance at this awesome giveaway. I think you are going to find a new calling with tiling and can’t wait to see the results!
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  238. I would love to replace the cabinets with drawer style cabinets. This would help get us started!

  239. I would love to get rid of the ugly peach tile in our bathroom and update the whole room. Two sinks would be great too. And a shower that doesn’t leak. Great give away!
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  240. sandra mosolgo says:

    We painted our powder room but installed a sink that is way too big, I would love to replace it with a smaller one.
    sandra m

  241. Tracy Scorse says:

    After raising 6 (yes I said six) teeangers, our upstairs bathrooms are in DESPERATE need of makeovers! They scream help anytime one of them comes back home :)

  242. Currently our family of five lives in a little bungalow with only one bathroom. When we discovered recently that we are expecting TWINS we decided to finish our basement so we can have more bedrooms, which also means we’re finally going to have a second bathroom. I’m leaning towards a white and teal cottage-style bathroom, with a few playful accents like polka dots and a rubber ducky… But I will probably change my mind several times before the project begins!

  243. For our bathroom, I would just love new towels. :)

    What I really need is new towel racks and better storage options in the two other bathrooms.
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  244. Our master bathroom has the horrible 80′s mauve wallpaper in it. Everywhere. Even the outlet/switch covers. I’d LOVE to get that taken down and paint it something much nicer. And that’d just be the tip of the iceberg on that room. LOL

  245. Our home is circa 1964… You can use your imagination ;) I would LOVE to rip out the giant counter and cabinet in our powder room downstairs and replace with a pedestal sink. I have already replaced the lighting and mirrors, but would love to feel like the room is bigger by getting rid of that cabinet. Spring makeovers are already calling my name!! ;)

  246. Our bathroom is so on the list for a re-do. Our house was built in 1928, but all that remains of our bathroom’s original charm is a beautiful tile floor. We want to tear down the horrible, mildew-stained wallpaper, put some beadboard on the ceiling (for a cottage-y look), replace the bathtub/shower (with a clawfoot tub? We can dream.)And we want to take out an ugly vanity and put in a pedestal sink. So fun to imagine and plan! And what a fun giveaway!

  247. This would be so wonderful! I need a new sink top and faucet…. I can make due with the other fixtures so this would be a small update that will make a big difference.
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  248. I would love to do a bathroom overhaul, but realistically I would LOVE to get rid of our builders grade mirror… that would mean a new mirror, new lighting, new paint and I know that my husband would like a new faucet.

    I hope the tiling goes great… it makes me nervous but after 20 home improvement shows I think I would ponder taking it on… maybe

  249. I’d love to tile the guest bath

  250. We are buying a new house, so I have long list of re-do possibilities. Will be hard to choose just one! But getting the guest powder room down would probably be the easiest. :)
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  251. Stephanie Renner says:

    I would LOVE to replace the linoleum floor in our bathroom with ceramic tile!!

  252. Our basement bathroom is still needing finished. I have been looking at fun pedestal sinks etc for that space. A gift card would be awesome! Thanks for the chance to win.

  253. Michele Laramay says:

    Well, to tell you the truth, we started our own little bathroom makeover, but could use a bit of cash to complete it. So…please could you tell Mr. Random to pick my name? Thanks so very, very much!

  254. I want to lay down tile on the floor, replacing the old vinyl, new paint and beadboard too:)

  255. Love the faucet you chose! Two of my bathrooms are in desperate need of help. I’d probably tackle the powder room that people see first. PEACH toilet and sink, and blue and cream floor and wallpaper!!! LOVELY, eh?

  256. Our house is definitely powder room challenged. The first thing I would change in both my bathrooms is to install a window. This girl needs natural light. Then it’s on to the hideous chipped counter top, the cracked tub and….

  257. We are in the midst of attempting to buy a house and there are MANY places that money could go – let’s just say lots of updates are going to be needed!!!

  258. Hi there,
    I am a recently divorced single mom that had to move from a big beautiful house to a small and outdated condo. I read your blog everyday to help me pace myself as I fix it up to be as beautiful ( or even better) than my former place. Right now I am updating my powder room, too. I painted the dark and dingy vanity a light creme and I am currently stenciling a wallpaper stencil on the walls… But the harvest gold sink needs to go! I would love to win the Home Depot gift card so that I can really finish this project and not have to look at that sink ever again!!!

  259. Heather N says:

    We just moved into a new construction home, but it was a builder’s spec house so we did not get to pick ANYTHING – not the colors, the fixtures, etc. All of the faucets are low-end and are HORRIBLE. The bathroom facuets are especially awful. If you don’t turn them off at the exact correct angle, they still stream or drip – sometimes so slowly that you don’t notice until later. What a waste of water! Having these faucets that need exact precision does not work very well when you have a 4 year old in the house. I KNOW what I would do with a Home Depot certificate. I would put it toward replacing one of those awful faucets with one that is both functional (i.e., works well!) AND stylish. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  260. I would love to repaint and get a new faucet!
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  261. I have been wanting to convert our half bath downstairs to a full bath with a corner shower. The toilet and sink are in good shape but we’d need to bump over the wall a few feet. The Home Depot gift card would sure get me motivated to get started.
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

    I love your blog!!

    Sharon
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  262. I’m acutally in the middle of a bathroom remodel right now.
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  263. We tackled our worst offending bathroom last year. It had a pink cast iron tub, maroon tile, a soffet that came down over the tub so you felt like you were in a coffin, an almond toilet, and a 24″ tall vanity with faux marble shell sink. Ghastly. We used the Urban Decay square glass tiles from Home Depot as our inspiration, and the bathroom now is gorgeous. Our next project is going to be a lot more work though – we want to add a shower to the 1/2 bath in our room, which means taking out part of the closet, moving the sink and toilet, and re-dry-walling, tiling, painting, etc. Should be a lot of fun!
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  264. Cassie W. says:

    The first thing I would do in my half-bath is rip out the builder box vanity and buy something with some charm! Add in a bowl sink w/a beautiful faucet & some damask wallpaper and you have my dream for that room!

  265. Oh I cannot wait to update our downstairs bathroom. Right now it works as is and it serves as our diaper changing station as well….but when the kids are past that stage…..watch out! EVERYTHING is coming out and the mid-90s will be gone!!!

  266. How exciting for you!! There are a number of projects I would love to tackle in my own bathrooms. I would love to remove the 4 inch white tile that surrounds the bathtub and replace that. I would love to tile the floors. I would love to replace my vanity with an antique dresser. Lots to think about!
    Have fun with your project- looking forward to seeing the finished results!

  267. We moved into our house in the fall and haven’t done anything yet. Well, actually I started to take down the wallpaper in our downstairs powder room. It has turned into a long project, interrupted by the holidays. Once all the glue is off, I can’t wait to paint it. It’s a depressing shade of gray and has shiny brass fixtures. I would love to make it more country…maybe wainscoting and definitely a much happier color.

  268. My master bath is so builder basic…it needs help!

  269. Already so many comments! I already have the bathroom remodel list ready. Our daughter’s share a very small bathroom and tween daughters find it hard to share one sink. Our plan is to beadboard the walls to make the space look brighter (and hopefully bigger) A oversized sink that can accommodate 2 faucets yet still fit in to a smaller cabinet base. Also white, with lots of drawers for hair thingies and jewelry and toothbrushes and girly accoutrement. New white tile on the floor and above the shower/tub. Which is currently a terrible piggy pink. We have someone schedule to come in and refinish as the tub is cast iron and would require too much money and time to move! Voila!

  270. Our shower needs some extreme help. A lot of the tile is buckling in and my husband has tried to seal the leaking around the faucet with silicone sealer but it still leaks. We also have a window in the shower that I would like removed and install a exhaust fan instead.
    Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration you give.

  271. my master bath needs major help – new mirror, vanity, flooring and shower. how i would love to do that!

  272. We would love to update our bathroom. Everything got at least paint since we have moved in… but I haven’t touched the bathroom yet! It needs a complete makeover! :)
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  273. Your bathroom sounds so much like mine! We have a white pedestal sink, white subway tiles and some pretty sweet, but classic faucets! I’m head over heels for my subway tiles – by far my favorite component of the bathroom! Thanks for the giveaway!
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  274. We have a 3/4 master bath that I so want to fix up. Our double vanity is that off white with the sandy pink faux marble and the sink on one side is rough and about to peel. The cabinet is the traditional oak cabinet. The bottom and the exposed side look a little worn. The worst part though is the previous owners painted the walls pink to try to match the vanity too and it doesn’t… absolutely the wrong color. The shower is a sliding glass door and one of the handles always falls off. The flooring and the shower are that 4″ white tile. When we moved in a little over a year ago I scrubbed and scrubbed the tile floor.. grout stained. I have experience with this previously, but the product I used can’t be purchased anymore. The floor and the shower could use new grout. The shower doors are worn and show the hard water. Again when we moved in I tried everything, but the stains were just set in. I am told that it is etched probably. Our toilet seat was replaced because when we moved in it was that spongy plastic kind. Ugh!. I have not been motivated to paint the walls without replacing the vanity top because I don’s want to match. I want a spa feeling light blues, aqua, whites. I want a double white vanity, 2 separate single framed white mirrored medicine cabinets (his and hers) and possibly a white and grey marble top. I want the sinks to be separate and not part of the vanity top probably white in color. I am still working on my ideal flooring and tile for the shower. Whew! Love your blog! Good luck too!

    Pat

  275. Elizabeth R. says:

    My boys share a bathroom that is, well what you would expect a bathroom to be that three boys share. It has not been updated since the late 70′s. Ugghh! The fixtures are simply gross. They need to find a nice home in a dump somewhere. Help Me! Thank you.

  276. Love where you are going with your powder room….

    Would love to do some updates in one of our bathrooms!

  277. We had adding on to our home right now and I would love to be able to do some cute finish work as that is all on me. It was be great to pick some cute light fixtures and paint.

  278. What updates wouldn’t I like to make? Ha ha!! We have tile that is about to fall off – which would be great to replace. Also would be great to replace our tub/shower insert. And the sink is just….well, old!

  279. Would love to trade our vinyl wall tub/shower insert for real tile!
    Thanks for a great giveaway =D

  280. Tile..it’s a scary word. I really need to redo the tile in my bathroomand just the thought of removing the old tile is petrifying! I do have a pedestal sink I love and beadboard on a couple of the walls..but that tile has to go! You go first, Melissa! :)

  281. I would love to create a spa-like feel for our bathroom w/ new vanity and mirror and updated wall color.

  282. Because I live in a rental, I can’t do major renovations in my bathroom, but I’d love to paint and get a new lighting fixture. Maybe even convince our landlord to let me add molding around the big 80′s style mirror. I can’t wait to see your new look Melissa! I love the idea of beadboard, though it doesn’t work with our modern style. :)
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  283. Melissa,
    Lucky you! Our guest bath is in desperate need of a renovation and it isn’t in the cards this year, but if and when some extra $$$ come our way we need to replace tub, toilet and vanity. Extra adornments would include new lighting, even wall sconces. I figure I have lots of time to dream and plan and your re-do will undoubtedly give me some great ideas.:-)
    Karen

  284. Jessie C. says:

    We plan to replace the bathtub and faucets, thank you.

  285. I just moved into my new house (well new to me) :) and everything in the bathrooms (4 of them) is builder grade-BORING stuff! Can’t wait to make it “ME” this would help convince hubby to let me start. LOL!
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  286. I have the cabinets with laminate on them. I want to change out the doors and drawer fronts, peel the laminate off the pine base woodwork, and paint all of it a nice soft white. I also want to paint the walls above the 70′s tile (that I really so love) the same soft white. Then frame in the super huge mirror and add better shelves over the toilet. I really want to find a replacement seat to match the 70′s toilet color. Changing the vanity top wouldn’t hurt either. I think I’ve gone over the $100 budget though. HeeHee. – Dawn

  287. Subway tiles are definitely something I would like my husband to get on board with! I can’t wait to see the finished project!

  288. I would love a granite countertop in our master bath!

  289. I love clean lines and subway tile…your bathroom will look fabulous! Thanks for doing a giveaway!

  290. Oh how exciting!! I would also redo my powder room. It currently has no excitement. I would replace the vanity and toilet. I would also add some tile and new lighting. It is so much fun to dream about new projects, however, it always seems so hard to start. This would provide the needed motivation.

  291. I adored -LOVED- the bathroom we did in our previous house: BIG soaking tub, white subway tile, and lots of carrera marble. Hands down, it was the bathroom of my dreams.

    That said, I could dig a different look in this new (old) house. Maybe CONCRETE countertops,… lots of natural materials… wood… ? I’m still working on the vision in my head. ; )
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  292. Our upstairs bath *NEEDS* subway tile and a new pedastal sink! :)

  293. I want to start with a new shower door…ugh. I would then move on to new sink faucet, commode…and on and on…so much I would like to do, and the gift card would definitely give me a boost.

  294. grammyswm says:

    I want to redo our guest bathroom, from 1972, that has that beigy-yellowy tile surrounding the tub. Do I rip it out and start over? Do I let paint make the majic? I just can’t decide.

    RE: tiling–yes, you can do it!

  295. A differnt color paint.

  296. Our master bath has zero style. It’s been needing new fixtures and a paint job for about the last 5 years now.
    I love the home depot. I always want to repaint or rip something up everytime I go in there.

  297. Rachel Chadwick says:

    Our fuse boxes are located above the tub in our guest bathroom, making it impossible to have a shower in there. We need to move the boxes so we can install a shower.

  298. Kim Rowland says:

    I’d like to update our bathroom counter tops and would love a new shower door.

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  299. patty wilson says:

    Our house is 5 years old but the entry way light fixture is hideous! I would love to change it.

  300. We recently bought a new “old” house and it has 2 bathrooms in desperate need of renovation. Anything to help would be greatly appreciated!!

  301. I’d love to add some hardware on the cabinets and some updated light fixtures in our master bath, although my husband wouldn’t mind replacing the toilet for something more…powerful. Either way, we could put a Home Depot gift card to good use!

  302. Carol Sanders says:

    Well, I have one bathroom that is completely non-functional! Half of the walls are torn out (i.e. extreme drywall holes)…half of the flooring is gone…toilet needs replacing! Hoping for the blessing of the HD $100! :)

  303. Melissa, thanks for the post! We updated are bathroom a few years ago, now we are exploring updating our kitchen. Thanks for the information on HomeDepot and the chance to win the $100 to get started!

  304. my bathrooms are in pretty good shape, but I’d love to redo the backsplash in my kitchen….$100 at HD would certainly help!
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  305. When I painted the bathrooms in our house, I pulled out all of the towel bars and toilet paper holders. I patched and painted but never replaced them because I couldn’t commit to a new finish. THAT WAS 7 YEARS AGO!

    I would love to pick out those things and perhaps a new faucet and light fixture in our powder room so our friends stop teasing me about the lack of a toilet paper holder!

  306. We just moved into our new home about a month ago, and I love our master bathroom. But it *desperately* needs a new mirror! Just having a large framed mirror above our sinks will dramatically improve the look of the whole space. Fingers crossed, and hope I win!!

  307. How great! We are moving in to a new house soon, and I’m sure something will need to be done and this gift card would sure come in handy!

  308. We need to change our lighting and hardware.

  309. Tana Hendricks says:

    I would love to re-tile our bathroom shower, but am deathly afraid to do it! Maybe Home Depot could help out!

  310. Our home was built in 1812 so we are “bathroom challenged”.
    I would love to put a bathroom in one of our small bedrooms so our guests don’t have to go downstairs to use the bathroom like they do now!A gift card from Home Depot would give us a start on my dream bathroom!

  311. How fantastic! We have a been in our house for 2 years and I would LOVE to update our mirrors and give the bathroom some tile for an upscale look.

  312. Our bathroom currently has a faux marble finish on the walls, an orange ceiling, and chipping yellow linoleum tiles…we would love to get started refinishing this bathroom disaster and would be tackling the scary process of tiling by ourselves too!

  313. We just moved into our 1951 home and are currently remodeling the kitchen and next is our bathroom. It is classic black and white tile with avacado green accessories (permanent accessories because they are tiled into the wall)and has a toothpick style pedestal sink. I picture all white subway tile with brushed nickle accessories with small silver tiles making an appearance in the shower tiliing and with 2 pendant lights hanging down to give it a vintage feel! In the words of The Everly Brothers “dream dream dream.”

  314. most of the fixtures in the bathrooms are the original from 1970 when the house was built. We would like to put in new sinks and put them in cabinets to give more storage to the small bathrooms….. we have started pricing at HD and are looking forward to getting started!

  315. Lisa Hinkle says:

    The bathroom my family shares has a hideous insert tub/shower with a knob that’s falling apart, vinyl floor and ugly laminate counter top sink…I would loooooove to have my hubby get started on renovating it to a cottage style bathroom!!
    Thx!!!

  316. We’re in the process of updating the guest bath so this would really help in there. New window treatments, paint, mirror and sink are needed! But the horrible masterbath, may just steal the giftcard if I win…it seriously has a orange, with wood grain(!?), countertop that needs replaced ASAP.

  317. I would love to do beadboard in our small bathroom or replace some tile. Keeping my fingers crossed!

  318. Such perfect timing! My husband and I were in home depot all weekend picking out new carpet and paint for our living room. We got so excited that we decided to do our kitchen too!

  319. I want to replace our old shower door with a frame less style.

  320. Franki Parde says:

    Baathroom wallpaper is peeling….that is not appealing….HOME DEPOT to the rescue (hopefully.) fmparde@gmail.com

  321. My bathroom needs a paint job badly! It is flourecent yellow with forest green trim everywhere, it is quite small also so maybe the past owner was trying to make it larger but it really just hurts my eyes.

  322. If I just so happen to be the winner, I would replace the faucet in our blue/white (tile circa ’64) bathroom, replace the faucets and shower head in the shower and if I had money leftover I’d buy paint for the walls…maybe a creamy coffee mocha color. :)
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  323. First thing I would do is remove the peel and stick flooring that someone used to cover the tile (and from the pieces of that peel and stick junk that are missing, the tile was nice!) and then REPAINT! The walls are a DARK grey…all the trim and tile are white, and the hardware.. gold. NOT a good color combo!!

  324. We would love to win the Home Depot gift card to paint our bathrooms! It’s amazing what a little change in color can do.

  325. Oh I was just there on Friday looking at the fabulous bathroom items they have! We have to redo 2 bathrooms in an old house that we just bought. On a seriously tight budget! I’m going to be spending a lot of time at Home Depot this year!

  326. oh, i do wish it is me…my upstairs guest bath desperately needs a new light fixture to take away those ugly movie style globes, and it needs a new mirror too. one in a nice frame…to replace the ugly “just stuck on the wall” one we have up there now. how clean and fresh it would feel to have it done. i have a hubby who is great at lights and hanging things!!
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  327. I love it!!! You are so right! The old houses need all the “yucky” works in order to makeover rooms.

    I love what you picked out! And how wonderful that Home Depot is working with you to share some makeover pleasure with us!

    We live in a rental house but I would love to repaint the bathroom and put in pretty storage…I know our landlord likes nice new additions!

    Thanks for the opportunity!!!

    Building Home with Him,

    Mary Joy
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  328. My upstairs guest bathroom is classic basic-builder. A Home Depot gift card could go far giving the room a little character – a frame for the mirror, new light fixtures, paint.

  329. I have just started remolding by bath room — and I have purchased several items from Home Depot. I could really use the $100 gift card — I have vistied both Home Depot and Lowes factilities and I have to note that Home Depot was much more helpful.

  330. Oh, what a great opportunity! I have a long list of projects, the problem will be in deciding which to choose! Thanks for the chance!

  331. I would SO love some new tile and a new sink. And no, I am not scared for you to tile at all! You can do it!

  332. I’d love some help with the master bath. Only one side of that ugly shower door will open! What an opportunity!

  333. Oh my gosh! This is so exciting! I would love to win this prize so I can change the light fixture in our bathroom. It is seriously dated and looks like something that could have been in the Brady Bunch house. LOL :-)

  334. First thing is I need to get a house, then we will work on getting it fixed up. This year is looking good though!

  335. The upstairs bathroom is actually what is next on my to do list. My daughter is getting married in May and we’re going to have a lot of guests. I’d love to replace the cupboard top. Right now it’s white tile with a mauve stripe (can you tell we build in the early 90′s? ;o) But since it is not a standard size, I’d need to order. And the sink is chipping and rusting. And we put up shower doors that have a mirror on one door – it looks like a fun house mirror. Not something you want to look at your body in. A $100 gift card would certainly help me get started on redoing that bathroom.

  336. we bought the best retro styled black and white hex tiles from home depot last year and redid our one full bath. i would LOVE to get the same tile for our tiny about 2 sq feet master half bath!

  337. Spent the weekend with Home Depot myself! I am totally redoing a bath from the sub-floor up to the ceiling. I could really use a giftcard for tile, fixtures, paint, tubs, showers……

  338. Our main bathroom needs alot of help but the changes we can do can’t be structural so changing faucets etc is perfect. I wish I could gut the thing but we are just renting.

  339. I’m remodeling my home this year with a budget of NOTHING! $100 could do awesome, awesome things. First stop … lumber to rough in a new pantry!
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  340. You can do it!!! Tiling is actually very do-able!! I’ve done two kitchen floors, a bath floor, two kitchen backsplashes…just stay way from the tiny one-inch tile…the grouting (and cleanup) is killer!

    And I would change out our baby blue counter tops in our bath…lovely, no…?!

  341. I think a bathroom remodel would definitely call for tearing out and replacing our seaweed green tile that covers three quarters of the room! I love the look of pedestal sinks too!

  342. cassandralouise says:

    I would certainly paint, replace the smallest mirror ever, new shower curtains, along with a new hand towel bar, and towel bars!
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  343. I really am ready for a change in our main bathroom. Now! It has carpeting and that just has to go. Also the shower has lost it’s protective coating and now looks dismal. I hate carpet in the bathroom because it means my husband has to ask any male guests to use the downstairs bathroom. Home Depot is a fun place to hang out. Hope I win.

  344. I have a home built in 1960 that has a “pink everywhere” bathroom. Pink tile half way up on every wall, up to nearly the ceiling around the tub area, pink tile on the vanity top, and pink patterned floor tiles. Thankfully the tub and toilet are white! I go back and forth on how much of the pink to get rid of: somewhere between all and nothing! At the very least, I’d love to replace the vanity top and sink so the $100 would get me seriously moving in that direction.

    Love your blog and thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  345. I need a complete redo of my bath! Shower first.. can’t wait.

  346. We have been slowly redoing our bathroom as money becomes available. We are trying to exchange all of our shiny fixtures for oil rubbed bronzed versions… it’s a long process!

  347. Denise Woodall says:

    I have big plans for the master bathroom in the house we just bought. Everything is builder grade so I want to update the bathroom and give it a more custom look. Changes on my list of things to do-

    1. Paint/refinish the white vanity
    2. Replace huge tacky mirror with 2 nicer ones
    3. Replace marble top with granite
    4. Change out light fixtures and faucets
    5. Tile the ugly vinyl floor!
    6. Maybe even hang a chandelier?!

    A Home Depot gift card would be a great way to jump start this project!

  348. I know what you mean about a old house needing lots of work. A dozen years ago we bought one and had to do lots of updating. The bathrooms got new vanities, showers, etc. But after all these years, they do need painted and new light fixtures and mirrors/medicine cabinets would be nice, too.
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  349. Mary Friedrich says:

    I’ve been reading for a while and have never commented. I’ll keep it simple. Pick me, please. ;) I’m getting ready to do the half bath in my 117 year old farm house. I’d already found the tile I want at Home Depot so I was going anyway, but $100 off would be great! While i’m here I just I should mention that I love the blog. It has really inspired me to make my house my unique home.

  350. We renovated an 1896 home. One of the projects I was proudest of was a tidy guest bathroom on the main floor. We put in a retro-inspired toilet and pedestal sink. I re-plastered the walls (which were wavy and covered with horrid wallpaper) and painted them a very pale gray-green and added white trim. We had light marble with gray veins put in for the floor.

    Really, it was transformed and I was so happy with it. And it cost us very little to do.
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  351. I would like to repaint my half bath!
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  352. Nikki B. from Ohio says:

    We are in the middle of a master bathroom remodel. Taking down the Victorian perfume bottle wall paper, installing ceramic tile, a couple of new cabinets…the works! Would LOVE a gift card to HD. They have great stuff to choose from!

  353. I love the pedestal sink. It would look great in our second bath. We are moving across country and are downsizing from a 2800 sq foot 1870s farmhouse that we’ve renovated over 28 years to a 1500 sq foot ranch built in 1966. We don’t want to take 28 years to fix up the new house. Both the baths and the kitchen are in desperate need of updating. All are small spaces, so we need to pick appropriately sized fixtures. We’ll be spending a small fortune at Home Depot and that gift card sure would help.

  354. I would so love to get rid of my blue toilet! Love your powder room!

  355. Our craftsman style house is almost 100 years old and we are excited to tackle the bathroom this year. We plan to make it flow with the charm of this old house with the subway tiles and (hopefully) the hex tile floors. A $100 start would be awesome as this will be a complete gut job. :)

  356. Paint and tile for the floor would be great in my bathroom.

  357. I have refinished all of the cabinet hardware in my bathrooms….all 89 knobs. I would love love love to have new sink fixtures, so please pick me. I also want to sand and refinish the towel racks and tissue holders however until i have new fixtures, that it pointless. Thanks so much for being so “inspiring”!!!

  358. For a long time I have wanted to update my powder room with new paint, a new light fixture and a new mirror (I have a yucky builder-grade mirror and its so not cute). Thanks for the chance to win!
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  359. My master bath need a complete makeover…that would get me started!

    thanks
    c

  360. Melissa,
    This is the first time I have ever written a comment to a blog. I couldn’t help but to respond. You and I are alike in that it takes me so long to decide, but once I have a plan, I’m ready to start now! My daughters/ guest bathroom needs help. My daughter has moved out and I want to make a bathroom redo that has the “wow” factor. I, too, love the classic style. So $100 from HD would really help me get started!

  361. Stacy Felling says:

    I am just getting ready to re-paint and update my son’s old bedroom as he has just graduated from college and is away at paramedic school. I have very mixed emotions about this, however it truly does need to be re-painted. The existing room has wonderful details such as wainscoting and crown molding, so really a new paint job and some new flooring would do nicely. Thank you for your amazing blog full of inspiration!!! I enjoy reading it daily!!!!

  362. YES YES YES!!!!!!!!! Love it, love your idea board so far…just redid our bathroom w/ the classic white pedestal sinks as well! They are FAB!! Have LOTS more reno to do in our house…yay for Home Depot gift cards!!!! :) Thanks so much!!!

  363. I am actually starting a complete bathroom remodel in two weeks and this would help out tons!!!! I could do some serious damage with that gift card. Paint, new hardware, a nice light fixture. Oh….I could put it towards the showerhead that I REALLY want.

    Thanks for sharing all of your ideas with us!

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  364. I cannot stand the builder basic lights that came with our home (and our home was 10 years old when we bought it). I would love to replace them with something more chic (and not so blaring in the wee morning hours). Then next would come replacing the faucets and towel holders. All stuff I could easily get done on my own. Okay, I would need the help of my handy Dad for the faucets. He would loooooove to replace faucets for me again in another house. :)

  365. I have big plans for my bathroom. i am hoping to put up a wood treatment on the walls…replace the tile and well anything else my husband will let me do!!
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  366. Monica Bowles says:

    I would love to update counter tops, mirrors and light fixtures.

  367. Jessica M. says:

    I say tile away and enjoy the results:) We moved into our new house this fall and the bathrooms definitely need more personality! Maybe some new medicine cabinets and lights.Oh, and paint! They are still shamefully builders’ white. I did paint the bedrooms:)

  368. Both our bathrooms need updating. They’re stuck in the 60′s with the original tile. We’ve replaced faucets over the years (several times), painted and replaced floors, but it’s time again.

  369. baltimoremom says:

    What a great giveaway! I think we go to Home Depot at least once a week! For our bathroom (it’s still the original sea green sink, toilet and tub with lavender tiles on the walls), I would love to replace the ugly forest green and black tile floor. Maybe just a simple white tile to offset the other odd colors we have to live with for now!

  370. I am so glad I found your blog and I just love your ideas. We are just starting to remodel our 1930 craftsman that is full of archways and tiny doorways with built in corner cabinets and such. Home Depot is where we get most of our materials. Saving the bathroom for last but can’t wait to get that white pedestal sink in there! LOVE IT!

  371. I would love to redo our master bath…old and ugly. Happy for you.

  372. We need a new bath/shower very badly. Our has several cracks and it’s looking very dingy. It has just been at the bottom of the list for a while. Some day we hope to renovate!

  373. We are planning to gut and completely re-do our master bathroom this spring. We are going to bump out a wall into the bedroom, go from single to double sinks and expand the shower!

  374. Marla Payne says:

    We are in SERIOUS need of a powder room re-do! It screams early nineties with all of the shiny brass everywhere!! Love your blog…thanks for a great chance to win a Home Depot gift card!!

  375. Thank you for hosting this great give a way! So much to do..and as most previous posters….too much to do, not enough money! :)

  376. StephanieD says:

    Well, my mom generously bought me the Anthropologie Flamenco shower curtain (in greens and aquas) so we are planning a refresh and renew around that. Our bathroom is a rental and currently very sloppily painted a dark brown…in a tiny windowless bathroom, it’s like a dungeon. So: paint, beadboard wallpaper about 2/3 up the wall, chair rail ledge about that. Paint existing 1980′s vanity, buy new cheapest cottagey faucets we can find, new towel rack, wall art, accessories, would love to cover the ceiling with beadboard and trim. The bathroom is so tiny, we’ll probably be able to replace the yucky 1980s linoleum cheaply also.

  377. Nora Atwell says:

    oh $100.00 gift card from home depot would be soooo niiice…we remodeled our bathroom thinking we would be selling our home and spent less money, installed cheap tub and vinyl walls and they’re awful…I’ll have to replace if we decide to sell, it would be embarassing if we didn’t. thank you! :))

  378. I actually started planning our second bathroom renovations this weekend. We need to rip the carpet out of the bathroom (ick!) and I would LOVE to do something with the vanity as well, but what to do is still being decided!

  379. I would love to put up tile. Good luck on your renovation. I’m sure it’ll be beautiful.

  380. Vickie White says:

    Oh, how I would LOVE to remodel my bathroom!! The first thing I’d do is change the toilet, sinks and bathtub!! Hideous PINK!! YES, I said PINK! And our guest bathroom is turquoise! UGH! My in-laws built this home in 1965 and that must have been a popular color! I’d much prefer white fixtures and then add any color in paint and accessories. But, I’m sure this would take more than $100!! Hey, but I think it’d be a GREAT start! :) Oh, I’m feeling lucky today!

  381. I have so many bathroom ideas. I want to tile the floor in our master bathroom and put radiant heat under it. I want remove the vanity from our downstairs powder room and replace it with a pedestal sink. And I really want to completely encase the bathroom used by my 4 sons in boy-proof tile ;)

  382. I would love to do a mini makeover to our master bathroom. It’s small, but a new vanity with fancy top would do wonders.

  383. We tiled our bathroom and kitchen backsplashes last year and LOVE it…we used white, ceramic subway tiles with a small band of black for an accent. It looks like a black ribbon detail…ohh la la I’d love to replace the bathroom sink faucet with an updated one since the one that is there is a plain, contractors one…it works but is not very pretty ;)

  384. ChelseaVP says:

    We need to re-do our guest bathroom (mostly the shower/tub), the shower in there is like old pink tiles that are literally falling off the wall and we would LOVE to redo it with some pretty white tile :)

  385. Crystal S. says:

    I would love to redo my cabinets. They are currently oak colored but i would prefer a darker wood like cherry.

  386. We are actually knee deep in a bathroom renovation in our 130 year old home, so a gift card to our “second home”, Home Depot would really come in handy! The bathroom is completely gutted, so we need everything!

  387. My little 1930′s house was pretty much gutted and redone when we bought it in 2006, HOWEVER…the “house-flipper” seems to have tried to get by a bit too cheaply. The charming brass faucet handles are stained an unremovable green, the sink and tub have lost their finish and the floor is a about 1970′s circa vinyl tiles. I do have a good tub surround and tho the toilet wobbles, it IS funcional. I’ve been champing at the bit to try my hand (and dear hubby’s) at putting in a new sink and faucet, so $100 from Home Depot would be fantastic.
    Luckily, my dear little cottage has GREAT bones and it’s integrity remains intact. So many friends’ first words when they entered were-”This house is SOOOO you!” and it is. It’s my cute little grammy cottage.
    Good luck with your remodel–you’re an ispiration for this 60 year old grandma!

  388. Leigh Anne says:

    Oh….the things I wanna do to my bath. We’ve been discussing the MAJOR renovation. Tear out old shower & tub, tile in new shower, turn 1 sink vanity into 2 sinks, new mirror, lighting, flooring, paint….the list never ends. This gift card would help as every little bit does :) Excited to hear about your makeover!

  389. Stephanie Hill says:

    My new house has 2 bathrooms. I’ve already replaced the medicine cabinet and light fixture in one, and now it only needs some paint and curtains. The other bathroom, however, has a truly ugly wallpaper border that needs to be removed, and fake tile screwed into the walls. That bathroom needs painting, a new medicine cabinet, and a new sink or vanity.

  390. We really, I mean really, need to tile our main bathroom floor. It should have been done when we renovated the house but we ran out of money. So $100 would REALLY help!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  391. Oh, I could really use that! I’ve been wanting to redo my bathroom. I would refinish my cabinet black and paint the walls grey. I also want to put a little beadboard on the side of the cabinet.

  392. seriously a homemaker says:

    Yes! I am planning a bathroom Makeover too! Tile paint, new curved shower rod, wainscoting? Lets do it together!

  393. Well, let’s start with the toilet innards that really need to be replaced. Blech. Not that anyone sees them, but it’s expensive to have a leaky seal.

    The plastic “tub surround”…doesn’t anymore. The adhesive that was used wasn’t strong enough (or caulked well enough or something) and it’s coming off at the corners.

    Then there’s vintage the tub toggle thing. Well, where one should be. There’s just a hole. We need to find the right sized faceplate to cover it up. (I’m just glad we don’t have toddlers – they’d be sticking little army men and legos in there for sure!)

    The handles? Like the vintage reproductions a lot, but they are stripped, so they spin…and it’s difficult to get hot water going…or stop it when you need to!

    What do I *like* about my bathroom? The vintage floor tile. After that? Not a lot else. lol.

    Oh, how I could use a gift card to Home Depot! :)
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  394. First of all, patch the walls and PAINT! I just ripped down some nice bright blue wallpaper that was covered in elk. (Yes, you read that right, blue and elk. Together.) It would actually be nice to replace the strange bright blue swirly countertop also. So far, I’ve been trying to work with it with mediocre results.
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  395. I would so LOVE to caulk and re-tile around the tub, upgrade the counter and all the faucets. I love the subway tile!

  396. Madison C.B. says:

    My bathroom is cirqa 1960, 1970, 1980….you get the picture. The tile, that is not only on the floor, but also on the walls, in the shower, and on the countertop is a FABULOUS mushroom pink color and has a beautiful inset of a gold **Bedazzled** bead molding. If the tile wasn’t pretty enough, the tub and sink are a stunning canary yellow. To top all of this off…the wallpaper is Pink, Orange, and Yellow Geometric LARGE scaled print with blocks full of small and large circles. We have done what we can afford to make the room better on a newlywed budget (new paint on the cabinets, a white shower curtain to tone the room down, etc…) but to say I NEED a $100 gift card to Home Depot, is an understatement. I would love to gut the entire room and start fresh…if I had a giftcard, maybe I could get my hubby’s little hiney in gear to start the reno so I don’t have to listen to “Saturday Night Fever” every time I shower. =)

  397. I would love to give my bathrooms a fresh coat of paint for spring!

  398. V. Higgins says:

    I live in an apartment but I would love to get a new showerhead with a filter since that’s something we could take with us when we move ^_^ I love painting our spaces so I can’t wait to have a house!

  399. Perfect timing! I have a bathroom that needs help.

  400. Madison C.B. says:

    I’m not sure why it says my comment is awaiting moderation….I promise I’m not a hacker!! I just need a gift card haha!

  401. This post is quite timely for me! My husband dropped a ceramic toothbrush holder in our white pedestal sink (only a few years old) and it took a big chunk out of the sink! AND it is our one and only bathroom in our 1950 farmhouse. Since we already have to replace the sink, we figured we might as well just do the bathroom make-over we have been talking about doing for a while.
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  402. I’ve been planning to replace the tile in my bathroom for awhile now, not sure when yet. We replaced some tile that was coming up in one of our rentals, so at least we have some practice under our belt before tackling our own bathroom. It would be nice to have a new vanity with some cabinet space and drawers and replace the pedestal sink. Thanks for the chance and good luck to you with your tile project. The hardest part is keeping the tile level, you can do it.
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  403. Hi Melissa,

    I purchased everything except the countertops from Home Depot for my guest bath remodel. They do have a great selection and I really love my guest bath now. I still need to do my master bath — new sinks, faucets, toilet, mirrors, flooring, pocket door and countertops.

    Michelle

  404. Our bathroom could use a new floor.

    What fun you have ahead of you – Blissdom AND a bathroom remodel.

    Fondly,
    Glenda
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  405. I would love to have a $100 gift card. We are in the middle of updating our bathroom in an old victorian home. It has been a long project but almost finished. But, still a few things to purchase….

  406. Both of my bathrooms (1 half bath and 1 full) need new sinks and new light fixtures. We have bought one set of lights, but have not installed them yet. They actually need a lot of work. I have lots of ideas, just haven’t started on them yet.

  407. I would love to redo our downstairs bathroom. It is so plain and needs a good towel rack. $100 to home depot would be awesome

  408. I was so stunned when I saw this, I had to comment! For the last month my hub and I have been gathering price quotes to fix our bathroom, which includes subway tile to replace the horrible 1970′s tile, most of which is cracked. We want to add a creamy white painted beadboard that offsets a warm chocolate colored wall, a new vanity, lighting, and framing around the mirror. We had already finished putting tile floor down, but ran into budget problems and had to stop. I would love to share our experiences with you, and a gift card would go a very long way!
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  409. Alice Adams says:

    I would like to redo our main bathroom. I need to strip the wallpaper! I have always loved bead board in a bathroom so I want that in mine. Good luck on your redo!

  410. Oh how I would love to spruce up half bathroom. It’s my least favorite bathroom in the house and of course the one open to the public and my clients. I HATE it with a vengeance :( It would be so fun to be able to give it a face lift! And hey, it might just even lift my frown to a smile!

  411. Where would I begin with home redesign projects. . . . We bought a 100 year old home that someone tried to remodel modern, which took away all of the existing character of the house. My bathroom needs to have the tiling that they did over the entire bathroom pulled down and I’d love to put up bead board and replace the fixtures. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.
    Blessings,
    Michelle
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  412. We updated our bathroom last spring, but still want to paint the tub and shower and buy plantation shutters. I love when the door is open and we can see all the changes. It still makes me smile!

  413. I loove your bathroom! There’s othing that can beat that classic vintage design s- crisp and fresh! We’ll be closing on our 95 y/o historic home this week and I can’t think of where to begin with all the projects, ideas and love we want to pour into our new old home. That gift card sure would come in handy though :o)

  414. Our only fully functional bathroom is tiny, and dark red… with coral tiles. (cringe!) I’d start with painting it a lighter color… and then investigate how to tile a shower. Pick me!

  415. We’d LOVE a pedastal sink, fresh paint, new mirror and lighting in our powder room. Plus a splash of artwork!

  416. I really want to do some beadboard in our guest bathroom. I’m looking for a beachy theme to go along with the beautiful original tile floor & blue bathtub. Not a big enough budget to replace the tub which is in perfect shape and nice and deep. It’s just blue.

  417. My little renovation would also take me to the bathroom. We have two full baths and both are wall-to-wall tiled. The master bath is tiled in a not too offensive tan color and really, I don’t notice it much. But the kids’ bath is tiled in…are you ready for this?…SWINE colored tiles!!! So I would love to rip out those tiles and replace with bead board.

  418. Katie Seest says:

    Our master bath has an enormous mirror that I cannot keep clean and that has no charm whatsoever. I’d love to take that and the hideous silver bar light that is above the mirror, and find something classic and charming.

  419. We need to get going on our 1940′s peach and rust master bathroom. Everything is original (except the toilet)down to the peach porcelain bathtub and sink. Would love to update it, keeping the character of the house, but in more neutral colors!

  420. I would love to update our hardware and I have bare windows that could use to dressing charm. Also VANITY LIGHTS!!! I have NONE!

  421. Gee, what DON’T I want to change about my bathroom? The tub needs to be reglazed or replaced, the 55 year old white with gold veining tile is way past its prime, there was a leak in the tub plumbing that I’m sure caused some rot in the wall and in the subfloor… It’s a long list and basically amounts to gutting the bathroom. $100 isn’t going to get me there, but it’d be a wonderful start!

  422. We’d love to remove the existing tile (that goes halfway up the walls and is a cinnamon colour) and beadboard or white tile and do a new tub and surround. Not too much! Lol. Good luck with your redo…I bet it’ll turn out f-a-b!
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  423. I would love to redo our guest bath. It is sooooo boring, but there is nothing wrong with it either, so the money goes else where. I would put in a pedestal sink, paint, and find a mirror and faucet with character!!! Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway.

  424. Oh my! Our 100 yr old fixer upper has 1 1/2 baths that BOTH need help! We have so far replaced both toilets and sinks (the 1/2 bath had an olive green sink and a robin’s egg blue toilet!! I am NOT JOKING!) but they need lighting, and wall help. The bath/shower might actually need new walls- they are made of a particle board type thing with a “water-proof” coating that is warping. And seriously, have you ever seen FORMICA walls? Yup- got that too!
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  425. Wow, what an awesome giveaway! We have been in our home 3 years, and haven’t done anything to it: at. all. I would jump into our guest/kids/hall bathroom. Starting with Kilz and tiles where water damage has already caused the builder paint to peel and expose the poor tape job beneath, I’d move to a fun color of paint to liven up the little space. A new faucet, hand towel ring, toilet paper holder, and light fixture (all replacing the current yawners) would give the room a fresh and pretty feel!

  426. I would LOVE to tile our bathroom, frame out our builder grade mirror with some crown molding, and tile our shower. BIG dreams:)

  427. I would definitely get some more current and charming lighting. We current have eighties style strips of round bulbs in the master and kids bath. And after that, new shower organizer thing (for shampoo and such).

    Good luck with the tiling. I would love to try that someday, but I would surely be intimidated!

  428. Our house was built over 30 years ago, and it has pretty much everything from the original “build”. If we were to change stuff in the bathrooms, it would definitely be the mirrors, the sinks (the whole vanity), and the towel holders. I think the toilets are pretty updated, but the sinks need an overhaul!
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  429. Not everyone does, but I love redoing my house
    What Im needing in my bathroom right now is a good place to put towels, hand towels, & washrags.. The current system works but its getting old & ugly. Gonna have to find something soon.

    Have fun with your project!!

  430. We plan on redoing our entire bathroom. I am very much into the cottage, old country look, not modern at all. Beadboard, bronze fixtures, tin ceiling panels – these are my favorite things.

  431. Lisa Hartz says:

    We would love to get rid of our huge mirror above the sinks and the lovely movie star lights above the aforementioned huge mirror! I hope we win!

  432. Jennifer B. says:

    I am actually working on updating our bathroom right now! I would love to replace the tub/shower (which has taped-over holes in it from the previous owner), do a white subway tile in the shower, redo the cracked tile floor, and change out the mirror. With our budget, all we can do right now is paint the current vanity and replace the hardware.

  433. ElaineDavis says:

    I just saw some photos of bathrooms with BEADBOARD TILE…whoa…felt my heart start beating faster : ) It’s on my “dream list” now!
    Thanks for the opportunity.

  434. Unfortunately we are renters and cannot make overhaul changes on our bathroom. But there is plenty that could be done! New sink, light fixtures, PAINT! Someday we’ll have our own place. :)

  435. Our first bathroom that needs to be re-done would be to strip wallpaper, and paint, possibly some beadboard. We could use a new sink, and countertop, with some updates on the existing cabinet. That is our plan. We are going through the house and updating several things so a $100 gift card would be helpful at this point. I would love to win! Jackie
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  436. Ashley Daily says:

    My bathroom is so depressing. ANYTHING would make it better. I’m thinking new brushed nickel hardware, new linens (although HD doesn’t sell those), new shower, new PAINT (white is clean but so so SO boring with NO color accents to speak of),and Beadboard on anything that will hold still long enough.

  437. My old marble topped vanity has cracked around the drain and become discolored. The cabinet it sits on is just old and outdated. I’d love to have a new pedestal sink like the one on your post. Regarding your new tile project-no, I’m not really scared for you because I know you can do it! (: Looking forward to seeing the gorgeous results.

  438. our master bathroom is in need of help, i am ready to stop saying to myself every morning if only i had more space getting ready in the morning would be so much more fun!

  439. Lisa Perry says:

    I live in one of those cute old houses that needs new plumbing! We only have 1 1/2 baths, and the one with the bath already has the pretty pedestal sink, bead board and decent tile. The half bath however has no charm! We’d love to do an update on it…maybe we could both fit in there at the same time with a few changes.

  440. I would love to get rid of my built-in tub and replace it with a free standing one. It looked impressive when we bought our house, but it’s not very functional.

  441. I would do my boy’s bathroom. It has one of those huge builder mirrors. I’d start there. They have a nice double sink, but the vanity could use a paint job. Oh, the things I could do…

  442. We have one bathroom in our 1938 Tudor home. Great house! Crazy original Halloween bathroom tile. We’ve got the salmon and black square, shiny tile halfway up the walls and in the large, square shower/tub. And salmon and lavender small square tiles on the floor. Did I mention, I feel about salmon the way you feel about swine?!

    Shower/tub size is fantastic, pedestal sink was refinished about 5 years ago and it’s looking terrific. There is a good deal of storage and a brand new window. We installed high-end fixtures at the time of the sink refinish. So really, our bathroom just needs new tile and a new, frameless glass shower door to transport us from Halloween bathroom to Hallelujah bathroom! Thanks.

  443. I love love love old bathrooms…right now I have two that we “made” in 1920…so yes a gift card would be fabulous.
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  444. I need new light fixtures badly! Love the pedestal sink! I had that faucet in the Powder Bathroom at my last house..loved it!
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  445. Cheri in the Lone Star State says:

    We are on our third bathroom remodel of three bathrooms since we moved into a 1970s ranch 3 years ago. The first bathroom is cottage-y with white wainscotting and light blue paint. The second is slate and warm wood with a slight Japanese look. This last bathroom…well we are still deciding. We have the shower tiled (white 4″ tile with two rows of subway tile in the middle), but I’d like a more modern look for the rest of this one. We’ve done all the work ourselves and will do this one as well. I love doing bathrooms!

  446. I JUST ripped out all the tile on my bathroom floor along with the toilet and subflooring; i wanted new tile and a new toilet so bad that I just ripped it out to help with the convincing ;)

  447. bathroom re-do’s are fun (and a bit scary, lol) we started ours a year ago…. hmmm. it is mostly done so actually this gift card could finally give me the kick in the rear-end to finish it! :)
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  448. Our bath needs new light fixtures, new faucets, framing around the mirror, etc. So much we could do with the gift card!!!

  449. Katherine says:

    If I could do anything new with our bathroom, I would add more shelving/storage. It’s tiny, but there’s room over the toilet for something. We live in an apartment, so we’re kind of limited as to what we could add. I’d love to try though!

  450. We bought my parents house that my dad built when I was in kindergarten in the late 60′s. It still has the original countertop, flooring, and tub. We’ve stripped wallpaper, replaced mirrors, sinks, fixtures, lights, and toilet. We painted the tub with bathtub paint, but it is flaking off in chunks!!! The terrible blue color is showing through the nice white paint. It would be nice to put the money towards a new bathtub, since it is the bathroom that our guests see when they visit. We are trying to figure out how to turn this one bathroom into two bathrooms. A master bath and a powder room for guests.

  451. My master bath is in need of a complete update/remodel. First thing I’d love to do is replace the fiberglass shower and tub.

  452. I started to redo my guest bath, and am progressing as money allows.
    So far I have painted the walls and I changed up my white cabinets by painting them black.
    Now I really need to replace the yucky vinyl floor and hopefully spring for a new toilet and sink…so I can get rid of the hideous yellow fixtures!!

  453. I would love to paint my bathroom and get new fixtures…well, at least a new towel rack that stays on the wall (our current towel rack falls off randomly and it can be rather frustrating!) and a new faucet (the previous owner’s of our house didn’t know how to clean very well and no matter how hard I try, I just can’t get all the grime out of the little crevices on the faucet).

  454. We’ve been in our house only 3 years but there are already so many things I’d do differently. My kids’ bathroom has a really awful cabinet sink base. I like the storage, hate the look of the unit. I really, REALLY want a new style (preferably in white as I think it will hide their foamy toothpaste drips better – when do kids grow out of that?!?!)

  455. Our basement/guest room bathroom needs some serious help. The vanity and light fixture are the WORST. Like, triple-mirrored, ugly, wooden, medicine cabinet. Highlighted by a giant, bulbous, 80′s row of light bulbs above it. It’s awful. I sure would love $100 to kick-start the husband into making it beautiful!!

  456. We have the “old”-ish house. 1950′s. Have blue tile in a bathroom…tile walls, a little more than halfway up, and the shower all the way to the ceiling. I can’t decide whether to leave that tile or not. Is it cool? Should I work with it or get it “the heck outta dodge”?

    I don’t know, yet, but that room needs attention…I do know that!

    Thanks for the give away and congrats on the fun project op!
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  457. I would replace the light (it is 80′s retro!) in my master bath!! I would also fix the back base board in our hall bath.The fake lovely wood is peeling hee hee ;)

  458. Amber Schwarz says:

    I love my white subway tiled bathroom. Its so classic and beautiful. i would like to update my vanity. It is light wood and looks odd in my white bathroom. All of the wood work in my 120 year old house is a darker wood and it just doesnt fit in!

  459. Corinne Kurzmann says:

    I really like my guest bath and would like to update the master bath!..I would replace my sink cabinet and my shower head!!
    Corinne

  460. We are trying to redo one of our two bathrooms. The house is really old and the tiles are falling off the shower/bath. That gift card would buy a new tub or toilet that is so needed. I know, not very romantic or exciting but it’s what we really need!

  461. I would love to change the light fixture, mirror and paint my master bathroom.
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  462. Amanda May says:

    We are already in the middle of a bathroom renovation…and are standing still. We have one of *those* old homes…it’s not pretty to look at, or think about. If I had a $100 gift card to Home Depot I would purchase the fixtures for our shower and sink. Thank you The Inspird Room & Home Depot!

  463. I have so many projects…this little box is too small to list all of them! painting, rebuilding our garage with a playroom upstairs that would include a new bathroom!

    don’t be worried about tiling. It’s SO easy. I rented a wet saw from HD and had a blast. I re-tiled my fireplace. You will love the project, once you get in the groove.

    thanks for the give-away!
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  464. I would love to change out my plain walls for Bead Board—-also a new over the sink light fixture would be wonderful………….;}

  465. So glad you’re including tiling..need to know how to do that :) We desperately need to do our powder room….old, old, old wallpaper, ugly light fixture, ugly pedestal sink, ugly oak cabinet on the wall, ect. Look forward to seeing what I know will be an inspiring project!!
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  466. I would love to give this to my parents and have them update the hall bath that has been the same since 1984!!!
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  467. I would love to get some nice rugs, curtains (building cornice boards) and new light fixtures.

  468. I would love to replace the floor and baseboard in two of my bathrooms. Thanks for offering the giveaway and I can’t wait to see pictures of your bathroom as it progresses!

  469. karen28412 says:

    Our house was built in the 1970′s and our bathrooms are very small. We are trying to find ways to redo our guest bath and give it an updated, as well as a more spacious, look.

    Love your website and all the inspiration it brings.

  470. I’d love to put beadboard paneling in my powder room.

  471. Crystal Faulk says:

    My girls’ bathroom is in dire need of a redo. Everything in it is outdated.I would love to redo the floors, get a new toilet, do something with the bathtub. We are trying to do little bits here and there. I recently got a new (to me) sink and vanity which was a big improvement.:)

  472. I would love to change the vanity in our bathroom. The sink and surrounding vanity are so small that there is hardly room for a soap dispenser. Would be wonderful to have one with a little more space!!

  473. christy Burrows says:

    would love to update my bathroom!!

  474. We live in a home built in 1925. Lots of charm, but lots of work! Our half bath has pink tile ,a vinyl floor and an odd vanity. We’ve upgraded the medicine cabinet and removed all the floral, brass accessories but I would love to put a pedestal sink in there, tile the floor and figure our hat to do with the pink tile. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with the tile – except that it’s so PINK. A HD gift card would give us the jump start that we need!

  475. Oh those subway tiles makes me tingle. Boy, $100 could do a lot of damage, er repairs. :)

  476. I would love to repaint and purchase a new light fixture for my bathroom. I am just beginning to take advantage of the many blogs out there for inspiring home decorating ideas. I have an older home and I really could use the help! Thanks!

  477. Montee Wellman says:

    I would like new faucets/fixtures in my hall bath. I have already painted it and the cabinets to look a little French Country. Now I just need to get those old fixtures outta there! Thank you!

  478. We just sold our home and closing this week on our new one. Many renovations to be done…here are a few: Completely repainting the interior of the house, new lighting through out, 3 bathrooms to update, refinishing the kitchen cabinets and new counter tops (hopefully w/Granite), and building a patio. I’m exhausted just typing this, but also very excited. Hoping that the interior work can be all completed in 6 weeks!
    Sure could use the gift card.

  479. Mindy Bruce says:

    This comes at the PERFECT TIMING because we are just now thinking of ways to improve our guest bathroom! I already painted, but we have so many other things we want to do like get new countertops, and flooring, and possibly do something fun like mouldings and beadboard on the ceiling. I could really use this giftcard to help me make this room a spa-like place!
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  480. Mary Gene Atwood
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    Ahhhh the bathroom…new tub/shower enclosure…previous owners didn’t have a water softener, which we added, but the rust stains are disgusting…looks so dirty!!!

  481. Nicole Burdick says:

    My master bathroom is the original from 1960. It is 6′x10′-tiny! My husband and I have to schedule our time in there because we cannot both fit even just to brush our teeth! Sadly, the grout in between the 4″x4″ black ceramic tile is growing mold…and disgusting me!…I go thru a lot of bleach:). Our master closet is the same size and next door, so we could extend and double the size and move the closet to the other side of the bedroom…I keep pushing for the renovation, but my hubby is weary…we recently finished a kitchen overhaul which included high stress and deep pockets-ugh…but it was well worth it! I know a home depot gift card would be a nudge in the right remodel direction for the hubby!:)

  482. Well, I have this bathroom and a large gardentub that needs improved integrity and character…that would be a good starting off point. Thank you for the chance to make it happen a little sooner.

  483. Since I went home at lunchtime to find a leak under my bathroom sink, I am pretty sure that will be what I am working on.
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  484. Hi have a small bathroom with an old tub that really should be gutted! But, if we could just get a new sink and cabinet in there….I’d be very happy!

  485. we are buying a house and completely gutting it out.. $100 gift card to home depot would be awesome!

  486. My master bath needs some help. LOL. We could use some shelving and a new shower head. Someday I would like to redo the cabinets and mirrors and lighting but that is far off in the future!

  487. we are in dire need of a downstairs bath makeover. it hasn’t been touched in TEN years! That’s a whole decade, not even new paint. We are keeping the changes simple, just fixtures, lighting & morror (and of course, new paint!). And i am going to beadboard the heck out of it, for instant charm. $100 from Home Depot would be perfect.
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  488. Our bathroom is definitely our next project! We have the old green plastic tile on our walls. As if that weren’t bad enough, they have been painted over and the paint is chipping and peeling off, as well and numerous tiles themselves are getting loose and a few have fallen off the wall. Along with gaping holes in the plaster ceiling, we are in desperate need of some new work!

  489. We have an older home and would love to replace the bathroom fixtures, purchase a new medicine cabinet and lights, followed by painting.

    Thanks for this giveaway!

  490. I’d love to be able to replace my vanity…

  491. Wendy Gleaves says:

    I live with my mother-in-law. However, we have our own bathroom and I would love to surprise her with a redo. I would love to change out the faucet. It has a short faucet that comes pretty standard in most houses. I would also love to repaint and add some tile above the tub. It is a one piece tub and it has about 2 feet of drywall above it. The paint is beginning to peel at the edge of the tub because of the moisture. I think a couple rows of tile would make a huge difference.

  492. My husband and I were just talking about the DIRE need to retile his shower. It’s older and the caulking is cracking and beginning to leave black mold in places! No amount of scrubbing or no solution (that I have found) seems to do the trick. Help this mom of 4 great kids and wife of 1 wonderful man keep her home safe! Thanks!

  493. I would update my lighting fixtures and faucets.
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  494. April in CT says:

    I’d love to do something with the flooring!

  495. Everything needs updated! Our house was built in the 1970s’ you can only imagine what it looks like! We could use the $100 and then some ha!

  496. Oh where do I begin? I would love to redo our shower, but the budget does not allow it, so I am looking to paint a new color, and put in some new lighting.

  497. I would be more than happy with one of your “almost afters.” Some fresh paint and new accessories would do the trick!

  498. I was just talking to my DH this morning about a mini redo for our bathroom!! Paint, faucets & a new curved shower rod are definitely on my list.

  499. Our downstairs bathroom is just hideous! I painted the walls a fun purple and the fixtures black to make it feel like less of a dungeon, but it’s in dire need of a complete rip-out-and-start-over-from-scratch reno!

  500. Courtney M says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Mama needs a new toilet & sink!

  501. Jennifer from WI says:

    Our main bathroom is tiled in 1960′s turquoise :-( I don’t mind it around the bath and shower, but I HATE it on the vanity. Maybe in another 10 years the color will come back into style, but it is so hard to decorate around it, never mind finding towels and shower curtains to co-ordinate. It is definitely the room I walk into and cringe. I would love an “all white” bathroom and then I could choose my own “pop” colors.

  502. We really need to replace our bathtub and surround. It was never installed correctly and I think its just plain old and gross.
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  503. Last year I planned on remodeling my powder room and took the wall paper down, removed wood paneling from 1978, and then left it all that way for lack of inspiration, time and money. I hope to get it all done this year with God’s help and my husband’s, hopefully!

  504. My twin boys are growing out of the “victorian” bathroom they inherited. So many toothbrushes with superheros and hair gels and boy stuff!! Would love to get a vanity with some storage space !!!!

  505. Sara DeMay says:

    I would really love to tile and paint my children’s bathroom!

  506. My bathroom is next on my to-do list … just way too boring builder basics in there. I’ll take some subway tile, a few new light fixtures, some paint, drawer & cabinet hardware … $100 to H.D. would be amazing!

  507. the bathroom? where do i start?! no more wallpaper, a new tub and nicely tiled shower, goodbye medicine cabinets, hello new vanity!
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  508. Our upstairs bath is shared by my husband and I and our two little girls. It is also TINY. It’s sorely in need of a makeover. New paint, new tub/shower, new vanity, new lighting and new flooring. Yeah…it’s pretty bad. :s

    Love the idea of subway tiles, Melissa. Your bath will be wonderful!
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  509. We live in an older home. It’s about 65 years old. We just redid our main bathroom last year. We replaced the tub, put new flooring in, purchased a really cute 6ft tall white cabinet for storage, painted, bought a fresh white shower curtain and rug. However, our porcelain sink just recently developed a hairline crack in it so I’d love to replace it too. Thanks for the opportunity to enter to win! Every little bit helps when you’re raising 4 small children.

  510. For the past few month every time I walk into our bathroom I want to tear out the current vanity/mirror/box lights. They are the cheap wood-like material and so boxy and standard. I want a really homey feel in there and right now I feel like I’m in a cheap motel bathroom!!! And it’s the only one on the house!!! *pity party over*. I can’t wait to see how your re-do turns out!!

  511. Our powder room has been painted, but I would LOVE to replace the vanity with something a little cuter. I’d prefer to do a pedestal sink, actually, but it is nice to have a little storage in there.

  512. I would LOVE to change out the vanity in our bathroom! we have two broken drawers and one of those sinks with gold swirls!!
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  513. I just redid my lower bathroom 2 years ago. But I would LOVE to make a second floor bathroom since the bedrooms are all up there. I have a walk-in closet right above the main bathroom that could SO easily be converted.

    MY TIP for you would be, make sure you have an good alternate place to shower and use the toilet. There’s nothing more annoying than having to from the second floor alllll the way down to the basement (we have basement toilets in Milwaukee) in the middle of the night without completely waking yourself up or whapping into something.
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  514. Pam Ballard
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    Thanks for the chance to win…

  515. If you could see my master bathroom you’d know how much I need to win this giveaway! HA! It had this horrible, mid ’90′s paper on the walls and one day I just couldn’t stand it anymore. I started ripping. And then had to stop…yeah…that was over two years ago. I’ve been living with ripped wallpaper walls for that long! I’ve wanted to redo my bathroom back there for soooooo long! I’d get a new vanity, and a new shelf for over the toilet. It’s a really small bathroom (actually a half-bath), and just a few new things would go a LONG way!
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  516. Our one and only full bath gets used hard by our family of 5 kids!! We would LOVE to paint and put in a new tile floor:)
    Thanks for the opportunity!!

  517. I just finished doing a cheapo update of my master bathroom, but I really would LOVE to gut the whole thing and move things around. I’m talking about a redo that removes all of the walls and relocates the plumbing. I want a big shower, and to redo all of the wall and floor tile!

    You can do tiling…it’s not as bad as it seems! Once you get going, you’ll do fine! Good luck!
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  518. Well…a bathroom renovation was on my mind for the future but we were forced into it because of a newly found water main leak below said bathroom. Soooo we are knee deep in repairing the leak and afterwards I will begin an attempt to recreate this bathroom on a severe budget. I love the bold color but the serenity the bathroom has as well.

    http://www.hgtv.com/bathrooms/20-colorful-bathrooms-from-rate-my-space/pictures/page-5.html

  519. Oh my goodness the things I could do with a $100 Home Depot gift card!!!! At the top of the list would be to replace the cheap and ugly looking faucet I have in the upstairs bathroom and powder room. And a little paint never hurt either. :)

  520. I need to rip everything out and just start over…it’s that bad!

  521. Oooooh fun! I’d love to add bead board, new mirrors, and new light fixtures!

  522. I just bought a house that needs a lot more of these Home Depot cards!

  523. I’d love to update the faucet as money was tight when we did our small bath years ago. I’d like a clasic one.

    Thanks!

  524. Jan Stephenson says:

    We have started a reno in our front bathroom that has been haulted due to lack of funds. It is such an eyesore and a pain to always try to keep the door closed so I don’t have to look at it. Would love a $100 gift card to help me out!!! Love your blog!

  525. I would LOVE to tile our bathroom, replace the vanity and get a new showerhead!

  526. I’m a newlywed and with the wedding over I’ve been tackling the task of updating our home. My husband and I have been talking about re-doing our bathroom forever. We live in an older home (1920′s) with a modest sized bathroom shared by the bedrooms. We currently have a tiny pedestal sink that causes us be in each others way a bit too often. We’d love to put in a larger sink with a vanity and update our broken medicine cabinet as well!

  527. Wow- we are FINALLY getting down to getting our house closer to the land of the living! It has been about 9 years and we have finally put walls up in the bathroom (and other areas) and I am on pins and needles!! Things I would love to do in the bathroom: by far- paint it! Possibly put of bead board around it, I was thinking a pretty shade of yellow with white bead board and of course white trim. Many other things need to be done that are more costly such as a new medicine cabinet and other cabinet for more bathroom goodies. I can’t wait to see the end results of my bathroom and yours too!! Oh, we also need to lay down tile- have a concrete floor for now. Thanks :)

  528. Ooooooh! That gift card would really help me finish up our hall/guest bath. Have done what I could with paint, rug, new mirror, art work… but the lighting is truly old and ugly! Or maybe it just makes anyone seen in that light appear old and ugly! Need for it to go awaaaaaay!

  529. Lauren Davison says:

    Vanity, hardware, faucet. You name it, I would love to change it! ;) It hasn’t been a high priority, so it hasn’t gotten done. A gift card would give us the perfect excuse!

  530. My house is brand new so I am fairly content with my bathrooms (all three are basically the same)…but my backyard could use some help, there isn’t a plant/shrub/tree in the entire place…
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  531. Wanda Saurer says:

    I’d love to win a $100 home depot gift card. We plan to redo our bathroom this summer. Our present bathtub is fiberglass and had something dropped on it, resulting in a small hole. The glass shower doors are nearly 20 years old and, since we have hard water, are very cloudy and etched. It seems that once they reach a certain age, it is nearly impossible to clean them. We would also like to replace the flooring and tile the walls. I love browsing in Home Depot to see what is available.

    I don’t believe you need to fear tiling or redoing a bathroom. Desire is most of the battle, and you have won your previous “wars” in redecorating!

  532. If I won the 100 bucks
    I would feel I was in luck…
    I’d put some cabinets where there’s none,
    I’d add some fixtures, make it fun.
    A bathroom should be quite relaxing,
    but when it’s gross, it can be taxing,
    So please pick me to win the loot,
    Fixing my bathroom would be such a hoot!!!

  533. Little downstairs bathroom – I want to paint, tile, and replace the pedestal sink with one that has a bit more space on top. Everything falls off! Oh, and get a cabinet, since there is absolutely NO storage (or space) in there!

  534. Oh man! I would replace my vanity, medicine cabinet, lighting. With $100, I can’t replace my wonky corner shower, but it would be a start!

  535. Sometime I feel the whole house needs a makeover. The house is over 25 yrs old and has never had a good upkeep job, just patching. So my porch rails are split, my kitchen is tired, my fire place is one of the ugliest gray bricked jobs I have ever seen. I think the only room not needing help is my master bath, which we just madeover to my joy in blues, browns, and grey/coffee colors. I LOVE it. Have fun, and I think you can anything you set your mind to.
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  536. Last year our master bath got a TOTAL redo. It wasn’t in the plans, but a slow water leak made it a necessity. I especially love my new glass front shower…and my pretty ORB fixtures. You’ll do great on the tile, I’m sure!

  537. My master bathroom could use a couple of things: a new countertop the old one is circa 1979! And a new shower stall, it leaks! Oh and maybe a new toilet…. Ok, I think it needs more help than I thought!
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  538. Brooke Phillips says:

    Ohhhh, how I would love to replace the ’70s faucets and put some paneling up in my kid’s bathroom! New paint on the cabinets would be dreamy too!

  539. I would love to gut out the old cabinets that are molding (eww gross I know) and put in a dark wood with maybe a marble top vanity. I would also like to get rid of the PINK yep I said pink carpet and put down tiles. I think i want to paint a sea glass color. Something to pull it out of the 80′s and make it a serene and tranquil escape.

  540. I have 2 bathrooms that need help. One is painted the pink color that used to be on all Barbie Doll packaging, and the other is tiny, needs different lighting, etc.

  541. It isn’t a project about fixtures or flooring or even paint. I am hoping to add a glass door to the space so get some natural light into the dark windowless space. Once there is some natural light in there, I will probably see the other faults more clearly.

  542. I would love to do a mini-update in my master bath. Change the faucets, paint, new towel bars and the like. Right now it has these horrible acrylic knobs that I am itching to get rid of.

  543. Wow. I’m pretty sure you were spying on me. I have the SAME pedestal sink in the bathroom I remodeled last summer . . . along with white beadboard and subway tile. Hmmmm. :)

    Now, that said, there are still two more bathrooms in my house that need to be completely gutted. Can you say UG-LY?!
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  544. Just so happens, our bathroom is our next project…to be hired out. ;) I would like beadboard, a new vanity, two mirrors and a new shower door. It’ll have to wait till after our daughter’s wedding this summer though. =P

  545. Good luck on your bathroom re-do. That will be so much fun stamping your mark on it.

    We “kinda” finished building our house 18 months ago, and being we did this ourselves there is still a lot of details that need to be finished. I would use the gift card to finish the tiling around our jetted tub. The plywood deck just isn’t cutting it. (:
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  546. I AM scared for you!!…but courage is when you push past the fear, right? So…be strong and courageous! It will turn out just the way it should. :)

    Our kids’ bathroom (5 kids) was torn apart right before my husband entered into a long-term medical nightmare (long story).
    My inspiration pics are still in my notebooks…I still love them and take a peek every once in awhile for a quick daydream fix.

    Beadboard, clawfoot tub(we have one in the barn waiting that we paid $25 for.), oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, and a sweet, pastel-ly, greenish-blue paint color STILL give me a small thrill when I see them all together…I will keep dreaming!

  547. I check your blog everyday. I love your style! Especially your English home. Thanks for the giveaway (and home depot too-love them). I’m itching to put some personality into our powder bath. It’s so builder and “blah.” I don’t feel like it reflects any of our personality. I would love to convert an old dresser into a sink, but need a new faucet and sink. I’d love some cabinets above the toilet, and BEADBOARD on the walls. And some new towel rings (2- one at regular height, and one down lower for my kiddos). Thanks for the chance!!! And good luck tiling, I’m sure it will turn out great.

  548. I would LOVE to replace my bathroom fixtures. They are almost as old as me (not really, but this is where I would start!)

  549. Main bath: We had a bathroom re=do about two years ago, but- the toilet paper holder has fallen off the wall (read: pulled off by a toddler), and one of the towel rings is broken.
    Master bath: (more like small closet off the master) – broken sink and broken medicine cabinet and O.L.D. light fixture.

    sure could use some help!….

  550. I just did a little update on my kitchen before I do a full on renovation next year. But I would love to fix my 2nd bathroom. It needs a new shower and sink and some nice tiles.
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  551. I, too, LOVE old bathrooms. Well…old homes in general, but very much the bathrooms! My current ones, however, leave MUCH to be desired! New tile and fresh paint would be on the top of the list for each of the two baths. And new toilet seats. : )

  552. House built in 1972. Number of kids put through college 4 with one to go. Hours spent trying to make said bathroom look OK….more than I’d like to count.

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  553. Where would I start in my bathroom?! We live in the house I grew up in and we didn’t remodel the bathroom when we moved in four years ago. So, I would say first off – change out the hardware that is original to the house! Then, let’s get a new potty…and new tile in the shower…and new cabinets…and take down the floral wallpaper…the list goes on and on!

  554. Oh, I would love so much to redo our master bath, starting from the walls up! It needs new paint, new flooring, a new (non-deadly slippery) tub and shower surround and a new vanity. The toiler is white and new, so it can stay! Oh, the possibilities! :)

  555. D’oh! That should be “toilet” not “toiler”.

  556. OMG, What a blast!! Ooo, I’d be scared by the tile, too, but that’s exactly what my 25 year old bathroom needs. Yep: 25 years old. Because it’s neutral and in fairly good condition, it’s the final fronteir in my home as far as renovating goes. But I would be thrilled to win $100 to get the party started.
    Thanks for hosting the giveaway, Melissa! Can’t wait to see what you do in your own powder room!
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  557. Oh…wouldn’t subway tile be so fun in my bathroom?!?
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  558. Scary to think I’d love to join my master bath and my hall bath and put a big ole’ footed bath in the middle of it. However that would leave my children without a bath of their own…..but they’re 5, 3, 1 so they wouldn’t really care about a bathroom right now, right? Anyhow, I would love to at least update my bathtub to a footed bath…..and rehab an old dresser to house my faucet and sink…..oh the ideas!!!!

  559. I can’t wait to see how your powder room turns out! I love the old fixtures myself and especially pedestal sinks and subway tile:) I would love to redo our master bath but that such a big project that I would have to put that on hold for our guest bath. A brand new vanity with pretty oiled bronze hardware would set a big smile on our faces for sure. Thanks to you and the Home Depot for the opportunity to win the $100 gift card.
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  560. I have one of those old charming houses, but I could really do without the pink tile that goes 3/4 the way up the walls through out the whole bathroom. trust me- its not pretty!

  561. Jennifer M
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    Ooo…your powder room sounds gorgeous already! How exciting! You’ll do great with tiling, I’m sure. They make it look so easy on HGTV…

    I’d tackle some of the brassy fixtures in my master bathroom if I won. I’ve chosen to be content with them, but if given a gift card-out they’d go!

  562. Oh dear me…our master bathroom is in DIRE need of a redo. Dire need. There is one window, with duct tape stretched horizontally across it, where my husband broke it a few years ago with the ladder on a stormy night to fix a roof leak, but that’s another story. Two of the three sockets in the only light fixture in the room work. There is no electrical outlet, which means blow drying and flat ironing in the hall in front of a tiny mirror. There is wire hanging out the top of one wall, from an old broken fixture that was an electrical hazard. The medicine cabinet is missing, so we screwed up a small sheet of plywood over the hole in the wall – which also means there’s no mirror over the sink. The tile is half yellow and half blue – as in the floors and wall are yellow as well as half the trim around the shower opening, but the other half of the trim is blue, along with the actual shower. Oh, and the sheetrock is beyond repair from our vain attempts to strip the awful floral paper that used to adorn the unprimed walls. It’s so, so bad. I could really put that gift card to use!

  563. I live in an apartment so although I would love to redo the tile in our little bathroom I probably shouldn’t. But new paint is possible and new hardware would make a big difference. I might even switch out the faucet (I could always swtch it back before we move). There are so many beautiful options.

    P.S. I absolutely adore old homes and farmhouse/cottage style too!
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  564. We live in an older ranch style house (built in 1963) that we moved to the country. Yes, I said that correctly, we moved our house to some land in the country and have been working on updating it since the day we moved in. We have 4 small children so it has been a very slow process to say the least but it has been fun. Our bathroom has not been touched much except that we did rip up the carpet that was in there and laid down some tile. I love to think of the possibilities of what we could do with it. I would love to update the shower tile and the facets. paint the existing vanity and put new hardware. I could totally see a vintage chandelier in there too. It is fun to dream. :)

  565. I’d love to change out the sink and tile in our bathroom. The tile is PINK!

  566. I’d love to make a few updates to my apartment bathroom.. mostly with some kind of frames for the wall, and decorative pedestals/stands. I’d also love to paint the walls!

  567. Paint! Paint! Paint! Home Depot would see me coming with paint chips galore if I won this generous gift card. Thanks!

  568. I want to tile around my HUGE UGLY bathtub!!!

  569. I’d love to redo our entire bathroom — all three of them. They’re stuck in 1968. They’re not retro, they’re yuck-o. One is powder-puff blue, one is harvest gold, and the half-bath is avocado green. Just about everything in all three need to be updated, but I’d start with a medicine cabinet. Boy, I miss one of those now that I don’t have one!
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  570. I would like to remove the tub and put in a walk-in shower.We’re at retirement age and need to do some renovations to our 60′s ranch I would love to try tiling too. I know you can do it.

  571. Oooh oooh! Pick me! :)

    We just bought an older home–one that’s old enough to need the re-wiring and the fixing upping, but not old enough to have any character. I would spend the $100 on a new toilet for the upstairs bathroom. It is teeny tiny, and considering it is the main bathroom of the house, I think my family and guests would like to feel as if they won’t break the biffy when they sit down. Haha!
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  572. Our downstairs bathroom is a bath/laundry combo. The hubby put in a folding counter for me and it is a blank slate. I would love to remove the outdated vanity counter top and put in matching counters. Ahhh, to dream.
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  573. oh please let it be me. We could so use this. I’m in the mist of a bathroom update. I still have find the right faucet for our soaking tub in brushed nickel. Thanks for the opportunity
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  574. Where do I begin? Our bathroom is the one room in our house that has not been shown any love. The only thing stopping us is having the funds.

    Our house was built in 1937 and not much has been done to it since. Rusty, leaking faucets, blinding light fixtures, toilet that shakes the house as it flushes. The walls are old plaster and were stamped to look like tile, the owner before us sanded them down and left the room as it was, exposed layers of paint and a plastery MESS!

    I’d wainscot up to shoulder height, and get a new vanity with the $100. Other than that we need to paint, patch, tile, and pretty much gut the whole thing. I’ve been waiting to redo this bathroom and show it the love it deserves, it’s begging you for some help! ;)
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  575. I desperately need to give my bathroom a facelift. The wall color is obnoxious bright blue and we’ve had over 2 years to paint it since we moved in! Maybe this would be the push I need!
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  576. Lisa Rowell says:

    The previous owner thought that country blue was the perfect color to paint the bead board in the bathroom. So, we would like to paint it white, paint the oak cabinets white, and switch out the wooden towel holders.

  577. bead board and paint, and pegs or hooks for the kids’ towels.

  578. Ooooh I can’t wait to see what you will be doing. I’ve got a newer house, but I still love to play and add character ;)
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  579. This gift card would be awesome! In our bathroom we would love to: paint the walls, paint the vanity, and do new floors.

  580. Well, I have two bathrooms that need some help. Both need new light fixtures, but our master bathroom is more like a closet. It’s so small, has a shower stall, a toilet and a sink. That’s it. So I would want to put a pedestal sink in instead of the corner unit we have now, change the medicine cabinet and paint it a light color. It also doesn’t have a window in it! WHAT?! So I would want to put just a little vent window in it. Something to bring in some light and let the steam out. Now, $100 would not do all of that for me, but I could get a lot done with that. Lol -Kelsee

  581. I have 3 bathrooms that need to be redone- but I am opting to do my teenage son’s/guest bathroom first. Mostly just cosmetic work; paint, maybe new floor, faucet, counter top and some accessories. This $100 would be a great start! Thanks for the chance to win.

  582. oh this is my kind of giveaway. With a 115+ year old house, HD and me are old friends!

    I so need to update our downstairs bathroom. We so need a tile shower. Now its like a plastic port-a-potty shower stall. YUCK!
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  583. I have 2 1/2 baths to choose from – they all need some serious updating. Can’t wait to see your tiling results!

  584. aunt pippy says:

    Aaagh! Bathrooms! We currently have ours ripped out because we found mold (that the previous owners had painted over!). We have installed a new shower…but that’s it. So each day I shower and clean up in my bathroom with studded walls, old vanity, nasty fixtures, etc. We had some unforseen illness this summer which put us back both is the labor and cash department. I would love a $100 Home Depot card! …Happy remodeling to you, too!

  585. Oh my, if I could re-do anything in my bathroom it would be the tiles. They’re old and beige. Very “blah.” $100 would put a real dent in that kind of project.

  586. How exciting! I know you are gonna love, love, love your ‘new’ bathroom!

  587. Kim Woods says:

    I definitely need to do something with our powder bath on our main floor….very 80s. Love the white subway tile you posted!

  588. My powder room just happens to be about top on my list of NEEDS MAJOR ATTENTION. Would esp. be helped by a new light fixture. A new counter top, mirror and paint wouldn’t hurt either. :)

  589. I have a powder room that needs a makeover. Hoping I win!

  590. My house is in the “still a pile of dirt phase” -we break ground in February, but I would love love love to use this gift card to buy a pretty/unique vanity and get rid of the ugly standard white cabinets they are planning to put in my guest bath or maybe even some wainscot paneling to give it a more “spa like” feel!

  591. We had water damage to our bathroom, and the shower needs to be replaced, but since it wasn’t damaged, we got no ins. money for it. it is over 20 yrs old and looks it’s age..and then some

  592. I want new cabinets in my bathroom, or at least painted… and doors. It’s the original blah oakish stuff from when the house was first built. Tiling in all its forms scares me.

  593. Wow…I love shopping Home Depot and would probably get some nice paint and start in on my bathroom walls!

  594. I desperately need to tile our shower surround!
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  595. Marilyn Holeman says:

    Oh! We could sure use some help in our main (and only!) bathroom. We need new fixtures for the bathtub, and could put the money to good use. And no, I’m not scared for you that you’ll be tiling–we have utter confidence in you, Melissa! :-)

  596. I would love new tile,vessel sink, and faucet in my bathroom.

  597. My powder room is scheduled for paint (it currently sports the green and cream strips I painted years ago – now so over it). It has a cheap vanity but paint, new doors and an updated faucet will do. Oh, and I cracked the toilet tank top (glued with gorilla glue) when the septic overflowed and the clean up included taking out the toilet. With a new toilet I guess this will be a complete gut job. Can’t wait! :)
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  598. I would love to have a few dollars to put towards a new sink and vanity!! We just bought our first home and it needs quite a bit of love — as new homeowners and a one income family this would be ever so helpful!!!

  599. My husband and I are about to buy our first house, so we’ll be remodeling 3 bathrooms. So many possibilities!

  600. Jessica F says:

    I would love to rip out our old bath tub and replace it with a claw foot. And add a chandalier!!

  601. I need to replace the horrible gold faucet in our hall bath!

  602. Alicia in Allen says:

    We need new faucets. It would be great to win – thanks!

  603. Oh…..so many projects, not sure where to start! Our bathroom is in some serious need of TLC. The whole shower walls, bathtub, faucets and floor are on our agenda. We (or really I) have been procrastinating on what to do, I am a bit scared of committment but think I finally decided I love me some white subway tile! Love your blog and enjoy it so much! Thanks for all the inspriation!

  604. I’d like to do something with the builder-installed mirrors in the master bath. The sides are pitted (I guess) from moisture getting behind it. I know my hubby won’t replace the mirrors, but maybe I can add moldings or something to frame the mirrors.

  605. I want to re-ceramic tile my downstairs shower and floor.
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  606. My upstairs bath really needs a new floor. The one in there is stained and is coming up off the floor due to poor workmanship. The rest of the room is on it’s way to being done but the floor needs the most help.

    I really like your blog…thanks for sharing all your decorating knowledge!

  607. I would love to update our bathroom with new faucets and light fixtures and maybe even a new mirror!

  608. We are in the middle of a bathroom redo and need to enclose the new tub, get crown molding for the ceiling, and get trim for the window. (Because the window curves, I think we need to see if there is a fake wood trim that will curve around the window)

  609. This year, hopefully soon, we are redoing our downstairs bathroom. There will be new paint, a new pedestal sink, a new faucet, a tile backsplash, and possibly a new light fixture.

  610. Currently we only have a walk-in shower. My husband and I would love to either tear it out (it’s fiberglass) and do a nicer, tile one, or do a deep tub/shower combination. Dream dream dream!

  611. I think bathrooms are a great place to start renovations/makeovers…they are small and visitors tend to not have high expectations for them!

    I would love to work on doing a makeover on our bathroom lighting and accessories(towel racks, TP holder). Simple things to change, but they can make a big difference! Good luck on your renovation!
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  612. Mirrors my yucky plain old mirrors need moulding!!!!

  613. I would definitely begin with a new counter top in my master bathroom. I know you will do a great job tiling. My husband and I have done several tiling projects and we learn as we go and I am very proud of each one we have completed. Have fun with your new bathroom adventure!

  614. I have been dying to paint my bathroom, bathroom cabinets, frame out the mirror and replace the light fixtures! So gracious of Home Depot to give this away!

  615. i wish i could send you a photo of my bathroom, it is not just bad, it’s horrible! $100 would go a long way to replace my cracked sinks! xo

  616. A new floor! Our sheet vinyl (yuck) is pealing up, begging for an update! Would love to put in the white honeycomb tile to compliment our 1915′s cottage.

  617. Oh, we are in the very beginning stages of re-doing our son’s bath/guest bath…..I’d LOVE to put up beadboard!
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  618. Brandy E. says:

    I would love to tear out my cheap generic shower surround and tile instead. The surround was kind of a quick fix when I bought the house 5 years ago but now it drives me crazy. I would love love love to get rid of it. :)

  619. Trina Miner says:

    Hey! Tiling is a piece of cake. Grouting is my favorite part. For some reason I love putting the grout in and then washing it off. I think you will do just great!

    As for my bathroom, I finally painted my boys bathroom after 7 years of builders primer on the wall. And then I cut out a vinyl saying…
    Wash your hands
    (mom said so)

    I put that above the sink, right under the mirror. So cute!

    Good luck with your project! ~Trina

  620. Therese Green says:

    We really want a new vanity for one of our bathrooms. The other one is so old and outdated. It would be awesome to get the gift card!

    thanks!

    therese

  621. oh man. we bought our house two years ago. the hubs works full-time with a teeny tiny part-time job {for experience} and is finishing up his bachelor’s degree this year. so there has been little time to do anything to our home. he did start with an amazing tile job on the bathroom floor. now we need a new vanity, a new shower wall {tiled?}. oh the possibilities. and then there is the downstairs bath…

  622. Catherine says:

    I would love to take down the old wallpaper in our bathrooms and repaint. Oh, and please some new updated fauctes in a nice copper or bronze instead of 80s brass. :)

  623. Lauren Buenger says:

    What a great giveaway – I am in the middle of a bathroom renovation as we speak, talk about perfect timing! LOVE your blog btw!

  624. I’d like to get a new toilet, as ours is quite rusty in the back(is there anything I can do to fix that?) Also, I would love to update the tub surround.
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  625. I would love to update the faucets, add trim around the mirror to frame it and regrout the shower tiles.

  626. I really want to strip the wall paper in my master bath, take down the big wall mirror and replace it with 2 framed ones, and put up board and batten style boards to update the walls. Pick me!!

  627. My main bathroom could use an update on the vintage 1976 flooring and countertops.

  628. our guest bath would love a makeover- weird linoleum, scratched sinks, and builder faucets. Or I might just use the money to buy a really nice toilet. One that flushes every time and doesn’t take two hours to refill. ahh- that would be nice.

  629. My husband and I settle on our new house at the end of Feb. We have to overhaul all 3 and a 1/2 bathrooms! We would love to put in all a beautiful new (taller!) vanity in our half bath. We feel the guest bath should feel the most luxurious since it’s the one all of our family and friends will be using!

  630. I’d like to redo our entire basement bathroom. To save money, my husband is in the middle of the demo work (we’ve only got the shower stall left to take out!) and is planning on doing most of the work himself. We’re thinking of white subway tile, a glass shower door, furniture style vanity, and a watery gray-blue wall color. So fun to plan!

  631. Congrats on the bathroom redo, so exciting! I’d love to add more storage to the kids’ bathroom and maybe frame the mirror.

  632. I want to re-vamp my half bathroom in my house by getting a new light fixture, changing the paint color, and using mosiac tile to make it one of a kind. Hope I win!!

  633. Sarah Knudsen says:

    I live in one of those old houses that NEEDS a bajillion dollars in plumbing and wiring! Not scenic or sexy at all! That $100 could be a nice little start on our guest bathroom renovation. I’m really loving your choices too, so I may be a copycat!

  634. Susan Reimer says:

    Our bathroom has water damage on the floor result slanted toilet. And a new floor covering thankfully it is small so I have hopes of getting it fixed soon. Maybe a new vanity and mirror.

  635. Well – my master bath, pretty much everything! From pink marble tub & vanity tops for sure! New lighting, new floor, can I count any more?

  636. Good luck with your tiling! That is what I, too, would love to do in our bathroom. Plus we could use new cabinets, sink, faucets and tub.

  637. What timing! Hubby and I have just started demo on our upstairs guest bath. Luckily it’s not a total gut job. We plan to transform it into a new “old” bath as well with a new vanity, oval tilting mirror, new floor (we may use that vinyl that looks like wood because we have some leftover from our laundry room update. We like free : ), paint and fixtures, and my favorite, white wainscoting. We are keeping the tile and tub as-is until we can afford to reglaze white, and the existing toilet, light fixture, and faucet are completely unoffensive, so we’re reusing them. Yay!

  638. Brenda Lehr says:

    Our master bathroom isn’t very old (6years?) but it was not well organized or a good use of space. I’d like a really deep soaking tub to take the place of the giant corner jetted tub, a tiled steam shower to replace the tiny prefab shower, and some updates for the giant mirrors. Home Depot, Help!

  639. I would love to update my master bath. It could use a fresh coat of paint, trim around the mirror and new light fixtures.
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  640. We painted the guest bathroom in our 1955 charmer last weekend including the cabinentry! We also added a new shower curtain and a white rug to brighten up the original tiles that are pink/cream! While we love this bathroom there are so many other things we’d like to change out like all the hardware, new blinda, new window dressings, and a new toilet rather than the one that runs all the time!! Oh how sweet bathroom remodeling can be!

  641. I want to rip out that ugly mirrored medicine cabinet and light fixture that was sadly left out of the previous owners’ bathroom “remodel”!

  642. I would love to add bead board to the bottom portion of the walls and paint it creamy white. This bathroom is tiny and I think this would make it look bigger and brighter.

  643. I would love to replace ALL the tile in my daughters’ bathroom. They also need a new vanity. Something with more storage – their bathroom is tiny.

  644. I so need to frame out my builder grade mirror and Want so badly to put up wainscoting :)

  645. I reeeeally want a new “old” sink. Ours is a terrible 80′s or 90′s vanity and doesn’t fit at all with the character of this century old house. And we desperately need to do something about the flooring in there before the hardwood is ruined…
    We’ve already (over the last few years) painted the walls, installed beadboard, a new tub, and toilet. Now to just finish it would be so nice!!!
    I can’t wait to see your tile job. I have considered doing one in my bathroom too. So can’t wait to see how easy (or not) it turns out to be! :)

  646. I’d love new hardware (pulls & towel racks) in our guest bathroom. It’s only been on my to-do list for 8 years. I think you’ll be fine with tiling. Remember…”measure twice, cut once!” :)

  647. My entire bath needs a remodel…but I would love a new shower and tub…our tub is gold…thats says alot…LOL!!
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  648. i don’t even have to think about this; the lights in our bathroom have got to go. we have the 80′s bulbs-around-the-mirror arrangement, which always makes me feel like i’m about to make my debut on the big stage.

    ps can i see your new water pipes?
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  649. The linoleum HAS to go!!! Would not mind getting rid of the brass shower door either – getting out of the 80′s is my goal!!!

  650. Aileen Winstead says:

    Bathroom remodel…we’ve been working on ours for almost 2 years! We have a couple things left to do…a light above the sink – I would love a oil-bronzed old fashioned style one. We also need to tile around the bathtub..we put in a soaker tub – can’t wait to use it! I’ve seen the subway tiles….very cool! May use something like that around the tub.

  651. I am not joking — I have to tackle the backsplash in my kitchen — hoping for tumbled marble tile! And the time to take it on while my darling husband is out of town!
    The gift card would be SO helpful!
    Thanks so much, Melissa!

  652. Our shower in our bathroom doesn’t work so we could definitely use a gift card to fix that and then if there is leftover, new paint and towel holders!
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  653. Which one?????? Our finished basement bathroom is hideous and needs a new toilet and floor and sink (overhaul). It is on our winter list and winter is almost over (I hope). Our master bath is a little better. It is the bathroom no one sees. Yucky sink and horrible counter that is very outdated. Sigh, someday!!

  654. My master bath needs help!! but I would start by replacing the shower door which no longer fits squarely when it is closed. It takes real effort to close the door tight. A replacement would be a beginning and it would give me hope that one day I would have a master bath I would love!
    Yes I am afraid for you tiling but I think you can do it and then how great would it be for you to share your know-how with the rest of us!

  655. verlan day says:

    We are getting ready to sell our present home and could use the help with replacing some of the faucets that have mineral deposits on them.

  656. midwestgirly says:

    Congratulations on your powder room update! I would love to update our 23yr old halfbath, the one all our guests use.I want new paint and countertop as well as a new light and faucet. We just updated our masterbath with carrara marble shower, tile floor and granite counter. Now were broke! So many projects so little time and money!

  657. I am an artist living n N.C. I recently hand painted the walls of my hall powder room to resemble Gracie Chinoiserie wallpaper. Love!!!! But…I do not have it in me to do my master bath and it really needs it. I would love to spend the money/gift card on new wallpaper for that bath. :)

  658. Natalie D. says:

    We are planning soon to hire a contractor to redo the shower in the master bathroom soon. The former homeowners caulked over the moldy grout (gross gross gross!!!), but I have simply ignored it for years due to lack of motivation, I suppose. Home keeping and decorating are foreign territory to me, but I am warming up fast, thanks to blogs like yours. Your blog has inspired me and helped build my confidence to make that “leap” into my first renovation project. Thank you –really, thank you– from the bottom of my heart!

  659. BATHROOMS! I NEED. I LIKEY. PRETTY. FUNCTIONAL FOR BROKEN PERSON. Can I do a “SQUEEEEEEE!” too? (sigh) first I need to hack up about $1500 for the “lead bend” aka the old cast iron pipe welded/soldered w/lead that “let go”-which means ripping out the upstairs potty&the kitchen soffitt which houses said “lead bend”. I have found that most 75yo houses have such a soffitt in the kitchen housing the upstrs potty pipe. So I want to stay somewhat “true” with a few upcycles-like a slipper tub with one of those incredibly sturdy “U-bars” to the side,that bolts into the floor joist. Dual purpose: robe&towel holder during soak of owies,double-hand heave-me out of tub. Sink?Boring white hang on wall over heat/AC register,why decided not to skirt. So either vessel w/yard sale dresser or hang-wall w/chrome legs(2nd more”true”,sigh) Will need new potty-so want hi-rise dbl flush “air-whoosh”(upstairs no overflows!)w/another “U-tube”grab bar bolted to floor joists. Corner shower w/seat b nice. :) Hv collected stuff on sale over yrs-oversink light bar, sink faucets, neato shower/tub w/rain shwr*plus*vert bar w slider/lock personal shower (like in w/chr shwrs)so if rly sick can sit&shwr; and an antique washtub plunge-agitator for TP stacker! :D manOman I cud use that $100-100ways! Forgot paint&waterproof laminate ceiling! Or polyur’d board&batten ceiing&2outside walls(xtra thermal break). Geez…PLeez?. :D -snooz

    • I know it doesnt “count” but am gonna FB this one & get some buddies over here! -snooz

      • Melissa, I forgot to ask-is there a time limit on the gift card? Cuz,LordyKnows when I will get the plumbing fixd and if for some reason I wud ever win something I wudn’t know where to start! Cud it b used elsewhere,like painting my DR hi-gloss aubergine? =)

  660. I would use it for new fixtures – towel racks, probably a wall-attached pullout cosmetic mirror (I’m sure there is a more official name for it), a medicine cabinet. All things that were in our beautiful master bath when we looked at the house – and which the sellers actually tore off the walls and took with them, leaving holes and ripped paint behind!

  661. My husband and I would love to fix our master bathroom. We have two Boston terriers, Zoey (1 yr) and Bear (3 months). Zoey was last year’s Valentine’s present and Bear was my Christmas present. They stay in the bathroom while we’re gone, so they don’t get into mischief. Needless to say, they can do that in the bathroom. In our new (first) house’s master bath, they have ripped off the moulding and eaten holes in two walls down to the studs, even though they have more toys than real children their age. Needless to say, we would love to redo it, I think with painted bead-board.

  662. I would LOVE to replace the sink and faucet in my hall bath!!

  663. I would LOVE to replace the sink and faucet in my hall bath!!

  664. Heather B says:

    I would be extremely happy with just some new paint.

  665. Somebody needs to re-do my shower!

  666. I am in the middle of 2 bathroom reno’s and could certainly use that $100 bucks to buy something sparkly!!!

  667. my bathroom is funk-ay! i would love to just get a new faucet and fix the door! so basic, but would make the room so much better!

  668. I’ve had a chance to do the living room, kitchen and bedrooms of our house, but the bathrooms are still woefully builder-basic. I’d install a medicine cabinet in the itty bitty guest bath and upgrade the light.

  669. We moved to our home in 2009 and our bathrooms need an incredible updating!

  670. We are in the midst of bathroom renos. We have 3 bathrooms: an ensuite (with shower), a full bath, and a half-bath / laundry room combo.

    We’re changing all the taps, towel holders and toilet paper holders and repainting. The full bathroom will have a new vanity, counter top and floor. Of the other two bathrooms, both will have new counters and the ensuite will have a new sink. Oh, and they will have all new light fixtures and mirrors.

    So that $100 would certainly get us started!!!!

  671. Jennifer B. says:

    I have a blue bathroom. Everything is blue. The tile, the tub, more tile, the sink, the toilet, the vanity…even the back of the door is painted blue. And no, not all of the blues match one another. This bathroom needs a lot of work :)

  672. Our master bath is dreadful. I wish I was exaggerating. I would definitely take a sledge hammer to the vanity and start there. $100 would be a nice little incentive to take the plunge and spend a little more.

  673. How wonderful! I need light fixtures for our basement renovation. Thanks.

  674. silva sebring says:

    Love, Love, Love your site. Your are really amazing!! I want to build a little green house of sorts:)

  675. Tammy holston says:

    Pick me! I want the marble subway tile!!!!!

  676. Gretchen Nelson says:

    I would love a new sink and faucet and to paint our bathroom. Just those few things would make a huge difference!!

  677. On my best days, I too rhapsodize about the character and charm of my 100-year-old-house. On my worst days, “character” is synonymous with “run-down money pit”. Reality falls probably closer to the charm/character side. My peach-tiled bathroom has been waiting patiently for a face-lift. I’m thinking bead board, white subway tiles, fresh paint, and a shower fan.
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  678. My bathroom needs new tiles in the shower and a new toilet. If I win the gift card, it would help me get started with those 2 projects.

    Thanks for the opportunity! :)

  679. I’d love to tile and paint my guest bathroom!

  680. This would be sooo great to win because our bathroom needs new lighting, towel bars and toilet paper holders! Thanks!

  681. Oh boy! If you could see the seafoam green tiles all over my bathroom, you’d know exactly what needs replacing!
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  682. I hope to one day put a new jetted tub in our master bathroom. Also, I’d love to put more “rustic” looking lights about the mirrors in all three bathrooms…one day…

  683. We need to do some minor drywall work and repaint. And then we need to retile because we took out the cabinet sinks and replaced them with pedestals FIVE YEARS AGO, and still have not replaced the floor tiles. There are some other things, but after 5 years, I’m tired of looking at concrete under my sinks. :)

  684. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE a new vanity in my downstairs powder room….or even a new light fixture :)

  685. We would LOVE to add some character to our bathroom by doing some freshening up of the small details, towels and paint, that would seem like a small blessing but would be a big one :)

  686. I love this giveaway! Home Depot is my second home :) We have a house built in 1930 with a single bath…we are itching to restore it back to its original charm.

  687. We are in the middle of a bathroom reno. New floors went in last night, wainscoting in progress. A Home Depot gift card would go a long way towards new light fixtures!

  688. Carletta Brock says:

    I have two of the tiniest bathrooms that both need makeovers. I would love to have tile floors and new vanities, along with new fixtures.

  689. I am in serious need of a fireplace makeover. The home I just moved into has white spackle all over the fireplace surround. It’s really quite hideous, and such an eyesore. I’m dreaming of something natural and beautiful.

  690. Oh how I hate our little guest bathroom. It needs a total overhaul-all of the above!! Pick me, pick me. I secretly think my body will not go into labour until that bathroom is fixed.
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  691. Elizabeth says:

    Where do I start? I have four projects going on now and at least another six I’m pondering. I keep telling my husband that this is the last project, I promise! Mmmm…fingers crossed behind my back.

  692. Oooh, I need a new vanity so badly! We have a pedastal – cute, yes. Functional – not so much. It’s soooo time for a cabinet.

  693. c. martinez says:

    Would love to replace towel racks, tp holder, and robe hook.

  694. We REALLY need new lighting and faucets. We have the original builder’s stuff and it is UGLY! $100 would really help us update our bathroom.

  695. I would love to tile the tub/shower surround, and take down the wallpaper and repaint!

  696. Whitney R says:

    I have been wanting to paint my kitchen cabinets since we moved in… three years ago. ;) Thank you for the giveaway!

  697. Carmen Goddard says:

    I want to get new light fixtures and add wood around my gigantic mirror – Thanks :)

  698. That is the same sink we used in our new half bath! It was a closet and we needed an extra bath. I have it on my blog. I love that sink! My next big project will be painting the kitchen cabinets so a HD gift card would be great for new hardware!
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  699. flybabymom says:

    Yes, I’m scared for you–because I’d be scared for me! We hope to re-do our tiny little master bath in the next few weeks, and I loved looking at the vanities in this week’s web circular from Home Depot. Definite possibilities there!

  700. i would love to change out my light fixtures to something that will make it look more intimate, retile the floor, change out the faucet hardware and splash some paint on it!

  701. oh, I so badly need to fix the tile in my bathtub and I’d love a backsplash in my kitchen, no, we don’t have one at.all! Please enter me..;j

    • My home was built in 1926 so I hear you Melissa when you say you’d love to spend money on what people see and not the electrical, plumbing and insulation thing. I am in the planning stage of redoing our bathroom. I love subway tiles and bead board. So far we only have a ducky shower curtain! I know ducky come on but I have young kids. Please enter me in the drawing! Thanks!

  702. I live in an apartment that has one bathroom for my family of 4. We’re allowed to paint and do other minor cosmetic changes, but we simply haven’t had the money. I would totally paint away the “renter white” walls, change out the towel bars… and more importantly, replace the pitiful caulking job that the maintenance crew can’t seem to fix correctly.

  703. Oh, what I wouldn’t give for a remodeled bathroom! My daughter calls it the rainbow room because there are so many colors on the walls. I wouldn’t even know where to begin…

  704. Our bathroom has been in a state of semi-remodel for a year now. I hope to finish it this year! Tile over the counter, tile backsplash, tile floor, new sink, new toilet, paint walls and cabinets. New tile shower to go with the already installed quiet bathroom fan. No more feeling like we are standing in the wake of a jetliner. I’ve heard tiling is pretty straightforward, but I’ve never done it so good luck!

  705. What a fab giveaway! The Home Depot giftcard will really help us starting updating our guest bathroom. The first thing to change ASAP is the old gold color faucet!! Thanks for hosting :)
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  706. How exciting that you are writing about this when we are starting to plan our downstairs bath (as builder basic & boring as possible) and trying to finish the back splash (ok, start it) in our kitchen! I am DYING to do white subway tile and am thrilled to see that HD has it. When I looked in our local HD, I did not find any. Did you find it online? We are updating our (first) home as we have the funds, so this would be a very fun blessing!
    Thanks for all the direction and inspiration on creating a wonderful cottage home! :)

  707. Oh my! I’d like to–and plan to–remove the wallpaper, paint everything, and replace the vanity, sink, faucet, shelves, and exhaust fan.

    However, my fantasy renovation would include making it more aging-in-place appropriate: larger and with a curbless shower, new shower doors, and a new toilet. And with the appropriate plumbing to recirculate the cold hot water.

  708. I would change the entire bathroom (except the toilet which is the most recent change in there) – from the purple/yellow floral wallpaper to the original 70s mustard yellow sliding glass door tub, sink and the so-faux-it’s-funny-marble countertop. And the vinyl flooring. Our bathroom needs a serious update! But until we can gather up enough $$ to do it (may take years), all I can do is try to find a way to work with what we’ve got. Still trying.
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  709. Love checking in on your blog. I have a tiny powder room that would love an updated light fixture. It’s currently wearing a 90s brassy glassy number that was probably $5 at the home improvement store. Would love to give her something updated classic to go with the new paint job and artwork that I added this fall. Good luck with your project. I’ll look forward to reading about it!

  710. rosemarie says:

    i would change our bathroom vanity and mirror

  711. Right before you move into a new house (6 years ago), during the walk through you and your hubs talk about all the things you will do to this house once you buy it…NEVER happens because now the cash cow died,and ” I will get around to it tomorrow”! Home depot is my favorite walk through and dream store…I would love this card to motivate my couch quarterback into action!!!

  712. forgot to say what my first change would be… defiantly new sink fixtures, mine are still gold:)
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  713. michele m fry says:

    would love to add a new faucet and some new flooring, possibly hardwood or some tile, our bathroom is SMALL but this would be make it look bigger and give it new life!

  714. Our bathroom could really use painting and some shower curtain/window treatment updates!!

  715. I would like to put a new vanity, mirror, and lighting in our powder room.
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  716. My house is 100 years old and we have ONE falling down bathroom. First, it needs a new ceiling, as the old tiles are stained and bulging. Second we will rip out the cheap linoleum and probably paint the hardwood underneath, or lay tile. Third, we will paint and add some type of storage. There is no storage in there now, except the medicine cabinet.
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  717. My guest bathroom is right off the kitchen. It’s not only inconvenient but cramped with a vanity that takes up half the space. The ceiling needs new paint and a nicer vent. The walls are painted but I’d love to try a wallpaper to give it a little personality. A new mirror, vanity, and lighting would help. Oh, and tile too. Good luck with yours.

  718. oh, the lovely tile that came with our home that was built in 1942 could use an update :) (sarcasm)…..

  719. we really need to redo the tile in our master bedroom!

  720. oops! i meant master BATHroom!

  721. We just moved into a new house and although the bathroom is in great shape, it is stuck in the 80′s! Tha oak vanity needs a new coat of paint, the medicine cabinet’s doors are falling off and the lighting is out dated. Just some little things to make a huge difference. :)
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  722. We just finished a bunch of renovations here and are now moving on to our master bathroom and our laundry room. It just seems never ending with all the work we need to finish!
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  723. OH I would so love this…..I need paint, caulking, and a new exhaust fan :)))

  724. I would change out my glaring, bright brass faucets first! You know how your eye goes directly to the thing that bugs you most…they scream at me!! Thanks, can’t wait to see your redo!

  725. I would LOVE to win the HD card! We have plans to re-do all three of our bathrooms, but I’d like to start w/our oldest son’s weirdly laid out bathroom. A fresh coat of paint, new toilet seat, vanity/sink and lighting would do wonders for that space! Maybe even laying down some flooring so it doesn’t look quite so much like a hotel/dorm bathroom… I’m a new subscriber and love your blog!

  726. Where to start?? New shower floor pan for master bath, real tile in the kids bath, repaint kids bath, stain cabinets…I could think of a LOT of fun things. :)

  727. Our one full bathroom—which is also our guest bathroom–would find its powder-blue speckled vanity (with a curling iron burn stain on the sink) kicked to the curb in record time!

  728. I would love to paint my bathroom and get a new mirror for it. OH I hope I win

  729. My masterbath REALLY needs new fawcet fixtures!! My shower needs new tiles (can’t wait to see your tile job!!) and if I ever get over the fear of painting my oak cabinets… well, let’s just say that would be a good thing.

  730. We just tore down wallpaper in our kids bathroom. Of course, it didn’t all come off, so it’s going to be a bigger project than first expected! I can’t wait to paint the walls, take down the basic builder mirror and paint the vanity. My goal is to do it all by the end of Feb. The Home Depot gift card would be a great help! Thanks for this opportunity.

  731. Start from the ground up of course! I would focus on the floor and get the subfloor back to not squeaking everytime you step on it.
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  732. I need to redo the tile floor in my little bathroom [it's the only bathroom we have in our home]. The grout is popping out where the floor is unlevel. Actually, the floor needs leveling first – what a job that would be! Why don’t you come help me? ;)

  733. Willie Vernich says:

    My teenagers’ bathroom needs a major redo, with the shower/tub enclosure leaking and the commode, too!

    Oh, please won’t the “bathroom fairy” come through,
    and make their little space a nice and pretty loo???

  734. Ahh, what my sweet little bathroom desires most is better lighting. There’s nothing more important in a bathroom and nothing more lacking in mine!

  735. wow, that is amazing about home depot and your bathroom redo! you are definitely picking out some classic elements. we were just at our store yesterday looking at vanities-we are renovating our basement and adding a half bath. having this extra could really kick it up a notch! thanks so much for offering this!

  736. Oh my goodness we pretty much want to gut our entire bathroom and start over. Mainly- the floor tiles. They are old and ugly, the grout is dirty (and I can’t seem to get it clean no matter what I try)- and our shower needs some work.
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  737. I would change out the faucets with the oil rubbed bronze finish. Great giveaway!
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  738. I would finally replace the “mauve” tile on my powder room counter. I have been trying to decorate around it for years and it would be nice to change it!

  739. While I love some of the details of my olde home (curved archways, lots of windows), I am NOT a fan of the teal and orange bathroom with the matching fluer de lys tiles. Just too much!

  740. While I love some of the details of my olde home (curved archways, lots of windows), I am NOT a fan of the teal and orange bathroom with the matching fluer de lys tiles. Just too much!

  741. Oh I have a charming old house as well and our basement bathroom is quite unique… the toilet sits upon its own little square throne which is beyond awkward. The whole little commode-area is screaming for a redo and 100 smackeroos from Home Depot would do the trick!

  742. I am sooo excited for you!!! Your recent powder room re-do was charming. Can’t wait to see what you have in store next. P.S. Please don’t glue your fingers to *anything*!!!!!!

  743. My powder room could use some sprucing so could my master!

  744. new lighting and new mirrors top the bathroom to do list!

  745. I would love to re-stain our big bathtub and do something with the hideous green Formica countertops…LOL!

  746. I need to replace the tile and re-paint my tan bathroom so so badly!!

  747. Oh,what a great time you are going to have with the redo. I would love to update the pink tile in our 1950′s master bath that we do not even use b/c it is so grungy and hard to use. Poor layout and leaky faucets. I would love to have $100 to get going on that major overhaul. :) Can’t wait to see all your progress.

  748. We just finished the kitchen, dining room, guest bath and mom cave updates except we need trim everywhere! Great way to start..

  749. We moved into this house 8 months ago. Our main floor bathroom had wallpaper installed before the vanity. I am not sure how I will even get the wallpaper off without removing the vanity. I am trying to decide if we should just start over with a new sink, etc.
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  750. Laura Weaver says:

    I would def put in new faucets….
    Thanks for all of the inspirations!
    :)
    Laura

  751. Oh how I would love to change out all of the fixtures in our bathrooms to oil rubbed bronze from the nickel that is current in there now. We’ve been making the change everywhere else (light fixtures and door knobs) and a giftcard could make that possible!

  752. Melissa,

    The Fairfield House was built in 1880. We just finished phase one of our master bath, however we still need sink fixtures. We haven’t done anything to original bath (upstairs) yet nor the ONLY bath on the main floor which defines water closet. It is big enough for a toilet and sink fit for a child in kindergarten.

    Your Friend,
    Deborah
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  753. Ooooh! I too love old houses. So much so, that in the name of simplifying our life, hubby and I are hoping to move our family of 4 into the cutest little bungalow…and downsize from 2 1/2 baths to a mere 1 (tiny one!) It’s blah-blah white and lacking that extra -somethin’. I’d love to make the most of it with Home Depot newness!

    Thank you, as always, for the continued inspiration! (The pics on your last post sent me into idea-heaven!)

  754. there are so many unfinished projects mocking me in my home, that I could use that gift card up in about 5 minutes flat.

    I’ve been lurking for a while, and since I’m throwing my hat in the ring for a chance to win, I just thought I’d let you know how much I enjoy your blog. It definitely inspires me.

  755. OH girl do I need this gift card! We moved into our house(which had been repossessed) and our master bath is a mess! I have a list a mile long of things I need to buy, so it would go for tile, sinks, faucetts …you name it! :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Missy
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  756. I too am in love with old houses – and while we are currently renting we are in the market to buy and I would LOVE to update a bathroom adding black & white honeycomb flooring and white subway tile…. throw in a beautiful pedestal sink and fun antique mirror and I’m in heaven!!
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  757. I desperately want to fix our master bathroom. First there is a combination of really ugly carpet and really ugly vinyl flooring. I swear the combination of the two is like a hot poker in my eye, annoying and painful.

    Keico

  758. My bathroom could use a new tile surround in the tub/shower, new shower fixtures, and a new tile floor. A Hope Depot gift card would be wonderful as my husband and I are one year into a gut remodel of our entire house.

  759. I would update the fixtures in our master bath with my $100 Home Depot gift card. Or maybe put the money towards new flooring. The bathroom could really use a makeover!

  760. Our whole house has needed a rehab but the one BIG job we’ll have to tackle soon is our master bath shower. It’s tiled but we have buckling tiles, flaking wall board, a stain on the ceiling below the shower indicating major leaking issues. Yeah, that’ll be fun!!

  761. We just moved into a brand new house with brand new great bathrooms so I would use the gift card for cosmetic things like curtains and rods and maybe a little bit of paint to change them from the builders’ neutral to something a little more fun! Can’t wait to see your bathroom reno!
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  762. The house we are moving into desperately needs a whole new bathroom! Everything in there, from flooring to vanity to fixtures, is original to the house, built in the 60s. It needs a major overhaul!

  763. My bathrooms are in decent shape, but all three are in major need of some new paint…and the kids’ needs the vanity to be painted and new hardware as well. I’d have that $100 spent in no time flat!

  764. We need to redo the shower surround in our bathroom. I will be checking out all the ideas on the Home Depot renew and redo website. Sure could put that gift card to very good use!

  765. I need to strip wall paper, paint, and would LOVE to put up some beadboard on the ceiling!
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  766. I’d have to say that the bathroom is the room in our house that bugs me the most. The biggest job we need to tackle is tile. The walls are covered with blue and a burgundy trim tile. I’d love to replace it with a white surround and beadboard on the other walls.
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  767. Would LOVE this! Our powder room has a nice sink and toilet…and I can spray the decorative hardware, but the faucet and light fixture need to be replaced!

  768. Would LOVE this! Our powder room has a nice sink and toilet…and I can spray the decorative hardware, but the faucet and light fixture need to be replaced!

  769. Well first I will like to tile the floors. Paint. Learn to hand those fabulous bamboo shades. Change the light fixtures and learn how to put in hardwood floors!

  770. Our upstairs shower is leaking into our downstairs shower. So I would use the money to fix the problem and the damage. Then maybe some crown molding to finish it off and tie it all together!

    Shannon

  771. I absolutely hate the built-in sliding shower door. I would love to remove it, and then have to fix/replace the tiles it is attached to. We also need new towel bars. The old ones were really wide, and the holders set into the tile. I have never been able to find towel bars wide enough. So again, this seemingly small project requires removing/replacing tiles. The list goes on from there, but these two changes would make me a happy camper.

  772. You are very inspiring! I love all your ideas. You’re working on your bathroom… let me see what I can do in my bathroom. My bathroom always had white walls but now, with children in & out of it, the walls are now, ummm, off white and a bit yellowish in some areas. I’d like to paint the bathroom and frame the mirror above the sink. There’s more to do but money is the problem. So, that gift certificate will get me started and leave me excited about newness in my home!

  773. Having recently moved into an old, very-brown, mobile home, I have mega projects to brighten this place. My gorgeous closet organizer–with stained glass cabinet doors–started with Martha Stewart’s fabric cubes & some beautiful pine boards Home Depot had on sale. They’ve had everything needed for paint, tools, kitchen hardware, more tools, matching the missing hall light with the kitchen lights, even plants — all at the best price around.

    Now I have 2 gorgeous black-framed mirrors from Home Depot [only $15 each] to start my bathroom reno — I could easily spend $100 more. Been there so much I’ve become an expert at their self-serve checkouts!
    Good Luck to everyone & thanks for a great site!

  774. I would love to replace the lighting in our bathroom!

  775. Oh, I am scared of the tile! We would love new floors in our bathroom~the vinyl flooring has got to go!
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  776. Would love to replace some hardware and lighting in the bathroom! Thanks for the chance!
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  777. I redid the old yellow tiled bathroom last summer but couldn’t find a light fixture that will cover up the two holes the old one will make when I take them down. This gift card would help with that project.
    BTW I left the yellow tile, which was in good shape but painted the walls bright white and change the curtains, pictures and towels to either a black, white and yellow theme or red,yellow green or last week I put up pastel colored towels, pictures and white curtains. It is easier to change with the white walls.

  778. Christine says:

    I would love to paint the bathroom cabinets, paint the walls, and get a new mirror. Lots of work.

  779. I would love to update my master bathroom!

  780. I need to update my shower! New tile is needed!!

  781. I would love to have a new vanity, new light fixture, new paint and tile in our bathroom.

  782. Kay in VA says:

    The worn,fake brass needs to go and it would be wonderful to replace brushed nickel or chrome. New fixtures, mirror, towel bar and it would look great.

  783. I’d love a a new light fixture and tile :)

  784. I have a small bathroom that needs everything. First I would like to replace the sink and faucet. I love the one in your post. It could also use a new toliet since I have been in the house 28 years and I still have all the orginial stuff. If I have money left over I would like to tear up the vinyl flooring and either go with the hardwood or some natural stone tiles. Boy … you got me thinking again!!!

  785. I would love to get started on our bathroom in the basement!
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  786. I’d like to add beadboard and a new faucet to my powder room. I LOVE beadboard!!! It makes my heart flutter. :)
    Thanks Melissa and HD for the give away. Y’all have motivated me to get moving – whether I win or not.

  787. Ahhhh……a new bathroom…….
    I would ditch the cheapo fiberglass 2 piece tub and shower unit in favor of a nice solid cast iron tub and tile to the ceiling.

  788. Dear Melissa….how I have come to love reading you blog. And to have a $100.00 Home Depot gift certificate to spend on my “it’s in desperate need of an update master bath”, what could be better. I want to change the flooring and find a cabinet that looks more like a dresser to replace my existing “came with the house” cabinet. My ideas are flowing over…the mirror would be replaced and the lighting has to go. Thanks for entering me in the drawing.

  789. I need to paint my white boring builder cabinet, redo mirror or add frame, change light(s) and the list can go on and on.

  790. I would love to replace our toilet–I know not too inspiring but…I’d love a new sink also so that makes up for the toilet.

  791. Elizabeth says:

    I would love to put subway tile in my kitchen as a backsplash. I can send pictures. I think you will really like it.

  792. Well we are currently in the *process* of re-doing our Master Bathroom… Right now we are currently trying to update the walk-in shower! :)
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  793. Paint. New cabinets. Molding around the mirrors. New window coverings.

  794. We desperately need a new bathtub!!!!

  795. I would buy the pedestal sink you have at the beginning of your post and get rid of the builder grade ugly sink!!!

  796. We’ve got a very blue bathroom, circa 1970, that is begging for an update. We’ve replaced the toilet but we want to replace the sink and tile. A little white subway time will go a long way!!!!

  797. Coastal Femme says:

    Oh, how I would love to have subway tile in my bathrom and a new light fixture.

  798. Brenda Attaway says:

    When we moved in 5 years ago, we re-did our master bath with one glaring exception; we had to leave the 40 year old vanity. It is painted piece with squeaky drawers, hideous hardware, and a countertop complete with stains that bear a distinct resemblance to drops of spit. Our bathroom would be greatly enhanced by a new vanity and countertop to give it sparkle and attract the eye in a positive fashion!

  799. Favorite bathroom remodel was just finished this summer. A small hall bathroom was combined with a ridiculously small master bath (off a room that isn’t the master bedroom anymore) and we now have a spacious, functional hall bathroom for sons and guests to share. We added a master bath to the new master bedroom at the same time. It was a great decision!

  800. My husband and I were just debating on whether or not we could actually afford to do the bathroom! We need paint, tile, new fixtures, everything!

  801. Jennifer G says:

    We really need a new vanity and lighting in our bath!

  802. Katherine Ito says:

    We moved into a new home almost 2 years ago. It was a fully finished new home, so we did not have the opportunity to choose anything. It’s time to start adding some personality to our rooms, and our downstairs bathroom would be a perfect place to start.

  803. we have 4 bathrooms…yeah, i know. unheard of, but they came with this 100 y/o house! unfortunately, they all feel COLD- both heat wise and decor…so i need to make them warm!

  804. need to update/paint cabinets

  805. Both my bathrooms need to be done! We are replacing both vanities in the bathrooms, we’re redoing everything but the floors in both (they have already been take care of).
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  806. I would love to have a new vanity, new light fixture and new paint. I am loving the white Cottage Bathrooms.
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  807. We redid our first floor bath via the Home Depot 2 years ago, and it is my favorite room in the house. Everything came out so nicely and right on budget…and to think it got a major overhaul because all we needed was a new toilet and i wasn’t putting a pretty one in the old bathroom. We now desperatly need to re-do the second floor bath. This is the most used room in the house and it needs a total overhaul…down to the studs. It isn’t just cosmetic updating (although that is needed to) the sink sags, the shower curtain rod won’t stay in the wall (ugh sheet rock) and everything is baby blue! It screams Home Depot help me out. The $100 gift card will certainly help.
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  808. I would paint and probably add some wood work around the mirror.

  809. I just ordered new faucets from Home Depot for my hall bath yesterday! I still need tile, lots of tile!

  810. I would love to update the tile walls in my kids’ bathroom (in our 1948 home). Some previous owners thought it was a good idea to PAINT over the tiles and it bothers me every time I go in there! Maybe my kids would spend less time in MY bathroom if theirs was freshened up!

  811. NL Snider says:

    My kitchen needs a new back splash!

  812. Thank you for the opportunity to enter the Home Depot giveaway. Our second bath is in need of a new paint job and could use a new shower/tub combo. Good luck on your project!

  813. four months before our wedding, my then fiance decided to add a master bathroom…on the 2nd floor of our 1930s storybook cottage, not remotely close to any other existing plumbing. during the project: my father in law’s foot went through the living room ceiling, and they hand-sanded the floors and finished refinishing them 3 days before the wedding.

    we were probably both still experiencing the effects of polyurethane when we said “i do”…

  814. We’re actually hoping to add a second bathroom (won’t that be nice!). So we’ll be starting from scratch!

  815. Teresa McGuire says:

    I would love to win this and gift it to my daughter and son-in-law to redo their tiny “master” bathroom in their 1950′s house. They very much need a new sink with cabinet and faucets. They are anticipating the birth of their first baby this week, and it would be wonderful to bless them with this for their house! They love shopping at Home depot, too. They gave me some Home Depot gift cards for Christmas.
    Teresa : )

  816. I’d like to replace the carpet (yuck!) in my girls bathroom. Whoever thought carpet in a bathroom was a good idea was an idiot. I’d settle for linoleum if I had to.
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  817. Well, I want to paint one bathroom; in the other one, i want to strip wallpaper (if only home depot did that for me; sigh) and paint and get new light fixtures. So count me in!
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  818. Wow. My husband and I are renting at the moment, but preparing to move halfway across the country. We can’t wait to renovate our own house! I have gleaned so many ideas from The Inspired Room and look forward to putting them into practice soon… with the help of Home Depot, perhaps? =) Thanks so much for the blog!

  819. A few months ago, I painted, changed the light fixture, mirror and cabinet knob in our half bath. It really made a difference! Our master bathroom needs some work as well. The wallpaper is coming down so we need to paint and update the lights and mirror to start in this room (actually the whole house needs to be painted and updated as we have lived here for 10 years and it is so obvious the changes that need to be made)! Look forward to seeing your progess! God bless you, Lynn

  820. Hi! We are getting ready to build our small “green” home this spring in upstate NY. Right now we have a beautiful outhouse with a compost toilet, but of course we want to have an “indoor” bathroom when the house is built! I would love a $100.00 home depot giftcard towards our new bathroom! I am thinking of natural tumbled tiles, dual flush toilet for water conservation, and some beautiful plants to bring the green of outside indoors! Only one of us are working,, so our budget is very tight! Thanks for the wonderful blog!

  821. I too am getting ready to redo a bathroom. I’m anxious to follow your tiling project.

  822. We are about to redo our very small half-bath, and I am looking to you for inspiration!

  823. Sara Fonacier says:

    My entire bathroom needs a makeover… floors, sink, cabinets, walls… Love your blog!

  824. Well, we’ve been working on our master bathroom for 3 years! We completely gutted it and had to redo the plumbing (old house.) We need everything…but tile is first on the list. :)

  825. Angie Weldy says:

    Not even sure where to start but we have everything from a shower that’s unusable right now because of a leak to some drywall that must have gotten wet and looks weird now to hollywood lights above our mirrors! We have committed to doing mini makeovers ($100 or less per room) throughout the house this year. Let the fun begin! :-)

  826. We’ve been doing things little by little- mirrors from HomeGoods, faucets from Overstock, a remnant granite slab from a local company…now we can use some new tile, and what better place to get it than Home Depot?

  827. I would love to fix the hardware in our downstairs bath.. it’s brass.. gag!

  828. I’d like to redo our upstairs hall bath. There was an overflow situation last year that damaged the trim and the flooring. It would be great to put in new ceramic tile.

  829. Well where do I begin…Our bathroom is from the 70′s! Ugh!!!
    It has to be seen to be believed! I have made small changes where I can but still it screams “far out” in a not so good way! Oh so many choices in this “groovy not happening” bathroom :-o HELP ME HOME DEPOT!!!!

  830. Stephanie says:

    Home Depot has helped us redo six bathrooms and two kitchens in three houses over the last 16 years. (We realized after the fact that we probably should have purchased stock in the company before we started.) Now our current master bath desperately needs a complete overhaul, but fresh new paint and updated light fixtures would at least be a start since we won’t be able do a whole big expensive remodel for quite some time. I’ve lived with ugly for years and years only to remodel and then immediately sell the home for someone else to enjoy. Just once I’d like to live with a slightly “un-uglified” master bathroom before we sell the house.

  831. Woah, you are speaking my language! We are planning a bathroom re-do this summer that involves, knocking down a chimney, using space from our butler’s pantry, moving the doorway from the kitchen (gross!) to the hallway, making it a proper full bath (we have no bathtub) and basically using all the same fixtures you are planning on.

  832. I am about dying to redo my bathroom!! I am so so so nervous to start in the 1970′s themed room. The FLORAL wallpaper matches the light switch, toilet paper roll, and all the outlets! It’s a nightmare! After 2 years of just “going with it” I finally decided to commit to the project- the HD gift card would help immensely! I could get that amazing sink- I love every inch of it! I might let you start your renovations BEFORE me, just so I can learn a thing or two :)
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  833. Not all that glamorous, but I would really like a nice low flow toilet.

  834. How far can one stretch a $100 gift card. Lots I’d love to do.

  835. I’ve been wanting to install beaded board in our tiny bathroom and paint it glossy white. It’s a project I’d like to carry through the house, but we’re not quite there yet.

  836. My whole bathroom needs to be gutted.The shower tiles are being held on with ducktape so I think we will start there.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

  837. I would love to replace the gross, rusty, tin shower in our guest bathroom with a new clean shower surround. Great giveaway!

  838. Elaine P. says:

    Actually every single bathroom in my house needs some charm! I live in a newer house, so they all have the big boxy sink bottoms that take over half the room! That is were I would start- getting rid of those super large wooden sink cabinets!

  839. My floors are so blah in my master bath. This would be a cool giveaway to update them. Thanks

  840. We are actually getting ready to start renovating our bath and building a brand new half bath. There are tons of stuff that I could use this gift card for from the cement board to the tile. We plan on tiling the shower area and floor of our current bath and adding molding details to the walls. We will also be ripping out a tiny closet in there along with adding a new vantity.

  841. Hello!! Thank you for the chance to win a HD gift card- we could certainly use it! We’ve finally eradicated the YUCKY mold that was in our entire bathroom and are beginning to put the bathroom back together… ALL NEW!! We’re also planning on doing the white subway tile– hope it doesn’t seem too trendy, but just love the clean look! So we’ve got a plethora of items to buy- new tub, floor tile, toilet, vanity, tiles, etc etc… the list keeps going!! Good luck with your renovation!!

  842. I could use new updated flooring! We love Home Depot, the closest home improvement center around.

  843. My master bathroom still has the wallpaper up from the previous owners. It is a hideous seafoam green paint-stroke looking paper. Ugh. We need to take it down and paint!! Desperately!

  844. Our master bath needs some major improvements! Where to start…. new flooring, get rid of the tub, make a bigger shower, more storage, bigger sink/vanity… the list goes on…. This would really help with the reno…
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  845. My downstairs bathroom needs a new sink, a good coat (or two) of paint, and some trim. Then, I think, it would be perfect.

  846. Mandy Hamilton says:

    We have a 1/2 bath in desperate need of a makeover. The brown toilet with wood seat has got to go!

  847. We just found out we are having a baby in the late summer and are planning on finishing our basement so that we can move our office down there. Our laundry is already down there so we are planning to add a living space, laundry/bathroom and an office. Oh my. Just a little project considering the only thing we have right now is block walls and pull lights…

  848. Kalina Miller says:

    My husband and I are moving into our first house in less than 2 weeks! There is an amazing claw-foot tub in the basement, but the rest of the fixtures are in need of a little love…including the repurposed desk/vanity in which the drawers are drooping and the plumbing leaks! Would love a chance to replace it…

  849. Our guest room is getting the make-over this year and we could use the help.

  850. lauren parker says:

    my bathroom is in desperate need of a makeover. there are stencils of penguins painted on the tile. yes.. i said “penguins”! we bought this house 3 years ago, and the penguins are still there. its just awful.

  851. For the master bath (can you call it that if it is only 5′x6′?), we need a vanity with sink and new shower stall.

    My darling hubbie is over 6′ tall. The 5′ high shower head and 2′x 2′ stall size, his nemesis.

    The 23″ vanity is o-l-d, with no room for storage.
    Two doors on two walls with the other two walls being occupied with…you guessed it…shower stall on one, and the vanity & toilette on the other.

    I prefer to think of the room as just ‘a little jewel in the rough’. LOL!

  852. I just painted our hall bathroom Sea Salt (during the kids’ naps). Still planning on restaining the vanity and replacing the hideous 70′s mirror. Dreaming of white beadboard eventually. Thanks for the chance to win!

  853. I need a lot of “small” things! Paint, accessories, mirrors…$100 would go a long way!

  854. josephine says:

    Holy crap! I could use this. We ran out of money during our renovation. I would get a new bowl sink. We still have a shop sink in the bathroom…ugh!

  855. I have one of those older homes in need of lots of updates…faucets, subway tile, flooring come to mind first! Count me in the give-away please! :)

    I look forward to following your bathroom update.

  856. I would love a new faucet and lighting!
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  857. Hmm, where to start? Our first home needs some tlc and a new shower (since the previous homeowner’s dyi mess is starting to cause problems) would be first. I’ve also been lovingly informed my guest bath’s cabinets looked like the color of “baby poo”. And I have to agree, we’ve wanted to repaint/replace those the day we moved in.

  858. I would love a new vanity and countertop/sink for our downstairs bathroom. We live in that “old” house that needs all of the updating. And, YES, I am tired of spending money on things we can’t see!
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  859. Marilyn G says:

    I am currently in the throws of a bathroom redo. Decisions Decsions Decisions! Oh My! I wish a bathroom genie would appear out of the faucet and all of it would be done.

  860. I’m going to re-do my entire bathroom so a gift card would surely help!!

  861. I believe our bathroom is original to the house (1967), so you can only imagine the horror. The current vanity doesn’t really ‘fit’ in the space. So much in fact that the door can’t open all the way! Then there’s the linolium, the aging shower, and the lighting. It’s pretty much a gut job!

  862. My bathroom needs some retiling perhaps new tile…

  863. I would LOVE to tile in 2 bathrooms and definitely paint 2.

  864. we are in the process of looking to add a 2nd bathroom!! So I need everything, and luckily- have a blank canvas!!!

  865. Where to start! Pull the weird panels off, regrout tile, rip out a mouldy cupboard, and paint! Hopefully without any nasty surprises along the way.

  866. I just bought my first home a year ago! It is a tiny 1948 ranch that I am slowly sprucing up over time to be a bit more cottagey. I’ve already put in a veggie garden and exposed the original hardwood floors, among other projects. The bathroom is next on my list. The house has only one small bathroom that has been “updated” about thirty years ago, and I want to give it a much more fresher, vintage feel. It sounds like my plan is similar to yours, with subway tiles and new fixtures. $100 would go so far in that room!

    Don’t worry about tiling! People do it on TV all the time.

  867. I could totally use a gift card to Home Depot! We are planning on changing our shower door and that would be a big help!
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  868. I would love to add wainscoting to our guest bathroom!
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  869. I would LOVE to redo our master bath. I would really love to re-tile the whole thing! I even took the workshop at Home Depot for tiling but I haven’t built up the courage to actually do it.

  870. I would rip up the carpet in our master bath (so gross!!!) and tile.

  871. We really need new tile flooring in our master bath and kids’ bath. Thanks for asking!

  872. We have two bathrooms in our house (built in the 1800s!) which desperately need re-doing. (One is actually missing part of its floor:)) I need everything from light fixtures for around the sink(have seen some great ones at Home Depot) to paint!

    (Good luck on your project w/your hubby!)

  873. I love our light fixtures, our counters, our cabinets, and our floor the most in our bathroom redo. And our faucets! I love it all! I have lots of drawers in my bathroom instead of a seating vanity area. I can store towels in the drawers in what before was just unused space.

  874. I live in a home built in 1910. So as you might expect it is a lot of work and money to update it. I would like to rearrange my bathroom to accommodate a laundry center in a portion of the room. This will be a major undertaking so winning a gift card would be amazing!

  875. I would tile our bathroom. It’s been concrete slab for 2 years!

  876. Wood for framing our mirrors, some kind of shelving or a cabinet to give a bit more storage, and, in the unfun department, we need a new toilet!

    Happy Blissdom week!

  877. We are in the process(just started this week) of remodeling our upstairs bedroom. We’re wanting to add a bath, and I’m definately puting in a pedestal sink. I also want to paint it a light baby blue.

  878. I am completely re-doing our powder room-new floor tile, vanity,lighting, faucet, mirror and paint. A Home Depot gift card would be an amazing start!

  879. Gayle Green says:

    I’ve been in my home for 30 years and need a bathroom redo. I need tile, new shower doors and cabinets. I love Home Depot and shop their often. Thanks for the chance to win.

  880. We bought a foreclosure and have done all we can to make our bathrooms work without havnig to put major work, money and time into them. But I see that day coming sooner than later! We need a new countertop and sink badly in our hall bathroom. But my real dream is to demolish a MASSIVE built in cabinet that’s in the hallway bathroom that takes over the space in our master bathroom that would allow us to have a full size tub and shower. That is our long term goal – to get rid of that and have an actual master bathroom instead of this stupid half shower that can’t be used by anyone that’s a normal size adult! *laugh*

  881. We renovated our bath in 2008! My fav is the white subway tile with black grout. Very sleek. I also loved that we tiled all the way to the ceiling!

  882. I have this faucet in my newly remodeled bath and I love it, we also used subway tile for the bath surround and it is so pretty! I would love to finish up and a Home Depot visit would be soooo helpful.

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