These Before-And-After Photos Will Inspire You To Remodel Your Dated Bathroom

With some great design chops, a man from Nigeria has completely transformed his drab bathroom into a stylish wet room, winning the internet hands down.

The unidentified man, who goes by @Vik41 on Twitter, shared the pictures of his renovated bathroom on Nov. 12 and his post has racked up nearly 6,000 likes and was retweeted more than 47,000 times as of Friday.

The post comes with pictures from both before and after the makeover, with the final result screaming hard work and class. In the pictures, the man appears to have replaced his shabby bathroom essentials with chic décor and it ended up looking like it was straight out of a luxury magazine’s page.

In the comment thread, the man even posted a video of himself giving the viewers a tour of his bathroom. As soon as he opens the door, the viewers can spot a classy white bathtub

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Duchess Meghan, Prince Harry loan Frogmore Cottage to Princess Eugenie


The Duke of Sussex has urged people in the US to “reject hate speech” and vote in the country’s upcoming presidential election.

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have opened up Frogmore Cottage, their U.K. home, to Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.

A source familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly confirmed to USA TODAY that the royal couple is delighted to allow Eugenie and Brooksbank to move in as they start their own family, though it remains Harry and Meghan’s home across the pond. 

USA TODAY has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.

Princess Eugenie, 30, is Harry’s cousin and the younger daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York. Eugenie married Brooksbank, a former bartender turned tequila brand representative, in 2018 and announced in September that the couple was expecting their first child in early

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She’s an artist, part of the Monches tour, but her home Christmas decor is mostly about Mom

MaryAnne and Mark Roethle won’t be able to gather all their loved ones together at their home for the holidays this year due to the COVID crisis. But that doesn’t mean they won’t fill their Wauwatosa home with striking holiday decorations.

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33 Home Gifts For the Interior-Design-Lovers on a Budget

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Public Officials Campaign To Keep People Home For Thanksgiving : Coronavirus Updates : NPR

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam gives a COVID-19 briefing at the Capitol in Richmond on Wednesday. Many governors are urging Americans to stay home for Thanksgiving.

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam gives a COVID-19 briefing at the Capitol in Richmond on Wednesday. Many governors are urging Americans to stay home for Thanksgiving.

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Across the country, public officials are urging people to stay home and stay safe during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday amid a dramatic rise in new cases of COVID-19 in nearly every state.

Experts warn that the holiday week will be a crucial time for fighting the virus, and that even limited family gatherings could result in devastatingly high numbers of newly infected people. Hospitals are already reaching capacity around the country, as the country hit the grim milestone of 12 million confirmed cases.

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control

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home straight fence at Kempton ‘burned down’ by arsonists

Arsonists have burned down the third-last fence at Kempton Park leaving groundstaff at the Surrey track to rebuild it for the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. The crime was committed shortly before jump racing was due to resume for the winter season at the track near Hampton Court.

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a group of people riding on the back of a horse: Recent racedays at Kempton Park have seen false rails in place to guide runners around the spot where the fence should be.

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Recent racedays at Kempton Park have seen false rails in place to guide runners around the spot where the fence should be.

“Someone burned it to the ground,” said Barney Clifford, Kempton’s clerk of the course. “It was a Sunday night, around midnight. We have 24-hour security but somehow they managed to get in.

“It’s a real inconvenience, but that’s life. We’ve already put part of the frame in and the birch has now arrived. My staff are kept busy because we have so many racedays here but

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Global Commercial Furniture Retail Market 2020 Status and Outlook, Industry Growth Rate, Opportunities and Challenges to 2026

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Nov 22, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) — is aimed at offering market research study on Global Commercial Furniture Retail Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026, provides an analysis of the scope of the current and future market. The report delivers information as well as market-relevant cues to grasp uninhibited growth in the market. The report completely studies product specification, technology, product type, and production analysis considering major factors such as revenue, cost, gross and gross margin. The comprehensive study contains global Commercial Furniture Retail market data with characteristics, a market chain with analysis and developments. It gives details of market revenue, segmentation, market players, market size, historical data, and prospects from 2020 to 2026 time-period. This report will help the business leaders to detail better strategies and settle on educated

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SEX FILES: When furniture becomes third person in a relationship

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Whereas my then-partner was hopelessly attached to his bright orange chesterfield, I saw my sofa as the last vestiges of my life as a single, independent woman and I wasn’t ready to let go of it so easily. Moving into a space that was so distinctly him, I felt like I was losing part of my identity. Once my partner understood that the couch wasn’t just a couch, we were able to find a solution.

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As it turns out, this couch conundrum isn’t uncommon. With people now spending more time at home than ever before, interior design experts at Modsy surveyed 1,000 co-habitating couples to better understand how they make design decisions in their home and where conflict typically arises.

Unsurprisingly, 58% of couples surveyed say they disagree with their partner over the interior design of their home.

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Amanda Bray transforms her outdated bathroom with carpets into a spectacular space

The ULTIMATE bathroom makeover: Mum, 33, transforms her old carpeted space into her dream retreat – including an egg bathtub, Target decor and a stunning rain shower head

  • Mum transforms very outdated bathroom with carpets into a spectacular space
  • Amanda Bray, 33, from Ballarat, Victoria, revamped old 1960s-style bathroom
  • The space previously included carpets, vintage gold taps and dull, beige tiles
  • The interior stylist was able to renovate her space for less than $10,000
  •  The average cost of a bathroom renovation in Australia is around $19,500

An interior stylist has transformed a very outdated bathroom with carpets into a spectacular space – complete with fish scale tiles and an egg-shape bathtub.

Amanda Bray, 33, from Ballarat, Victoria, revamped her old 1960s-style bathroom with carpet, vintage gold taps and dull, beige

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Battery-Electric Lucid Air Breaks Free Of Traditional Luxury Sedan Architecture

“Peter had this concept about miniaturizing powertrain components, opening up the interior space. It was an opportunity to break with that traditional sedan format, which has not changed much in 40 years,” says Derek Jenkins, Vice President of Design at Lucid Motors. Working with Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson, Jenkins led design of the upcoming Lucid Air sedan and Project Gravity SUV that will follow in 2023.

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