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There’s a special kind of pride that comes from DIY projects, having upgraded something in your home from start to finish with no help from the pros. There’s also a special pride that comes with Do-It-Togethers: projects completed with a partner, a parent, a friend, or even a kiddo.
If you’re looking to get your own kids involved with DIY projects, look no further than this bathroom reno — completed with help from the whole family — for proof that home projects done with kids can turn out beautifully.
In Melissa Strassner’s kids’ bathroom, the features before were “truly a product of the 1980s,” she says, “with foam laminate flooring, dated lighting, and a ‘space capsule’ floor-to-ceiling plastic tub enclosure.”
The vanity cabinets were stained, the hinges were