To dress up the bland, contractor-grade doors, the fronts and backs are wrapped with batting and cranberry-toned faux ostrich vinyl. The finishing touch is the paneled effect created with antique brass nail heads.
A laundry room is the perfect place to set up a cozy corner for the family pet and all of his toys and supplies. In this room, the laundry station is confined to one side, while the rest of the space serves as an informal mudroom with a spot for leashes, toys, hats and shoes. And for added style with practicality, the vinyl flooring makes pet messes, shoe prints and other accidents a cinch to clean up. Photo courtesy of Armstrong
Bring in a retro vibe to the reception with vinyl records for guests to sign. Metallic permanent markers such as gold and silver work best for readability. Enjoy listening to your favorite tunes from your autographed records or display them in a fun way in your home.
Whether you choose vinyl or wood, replacing your old windows will return as much as three-fourths of your initial investment. The best reasons to replace your windows are beauty, comfort and added home value; you’ll also get a boost in energy efficiency, especially if your old windows are single-panel glass or excessively drafty, but your energy bill savings will be modest.
This custom table and built-in banquette seating create a perfect spot for entertaining. The blue vinyl bench is a durable, kid-friendly alternative to traditional fabrics and adds a pop of color to this all-white space.
Vinyl plank flooring is an excellent alternative to engineered or laminate wood. The cost-effective product is usually less than $1.50 per square foot and simply requires a utility knife for installation. First, measure the surface of the bathroom floor, adding roughly 5 percent to account for waste. Next, pick up the product from your local home improvement store, keeping in mind what finishes are best in regard to the room's traffic. Medium gray tones are excellent for children's spaces used daily since the neutral color aids in hiding dust and flaws. To install the vinyl plank, cut each strip to size with a utility knife, then lay each plank side-by-side, cutting away excess.
In the breakfast nook, designers create a space that popped by using a bold teal and brown striped vinyl fabric for the banquette cushion. By choosing this sort of fabric, the area gets an added bit of style and flair with the easy clean-ability of vinyl.
Drew Scott's team on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother remodeled this outdated kitchen, installing vinyl flooring with a hardwood look, modern ceramic tile backsplash, new cabinets, quartz countertops and new appliances.
Brown vinyl floors create lovely contrast against the pale yellow walls and light-colored furniture in this living room. A contemporary coffee table and matching end table add an unexpected, streamlined touch to the space.
The modern design is continued in the bathroom of this pool house with the clean lines of the vanity and toilet, as well as the elegant mirror that covers the back wall and makes the space feel large. The walls in this space are covered in vinyl to make them water resistant, while also adding a beachy, sandstone-esque texture to the space.