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DIY Mom

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DIY Mom

Year: 2019
Starring: Rebekah Higgs
Genre: Lifestyle

Watch DIY Mom Rebekah Higgs as she Transforms a dingy basement apartment in to an East Coast Oasis, ready for short term rental. Resourceful, affordable renovations, and home decor for those on a budget. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Kicking off season two DIY MOM works with Local Artist Emma Fitzgerald to create a unique wall mural featuring a Halifax landmark that will encourage short term renters to get outside and enjoy all that Halifax as to offer.

Gallery Wall



Halifax: In this episode DIY MOM maximizes a small kitchen, but tearing out the old cabinets and customizing the space. Rebekah plays with light, angles, and shapes to not over look a single detail. The result is a fresh take on an historic apartment. 

In this episode, DIY MOM maximises a small kitchen, by tearing out the old cabinets and customizing the space. Rebekah plays with light, angles, and shapes to not overlook a single detail. The result is a fresh take on a historic apartment.

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