You know the end result is going to be beautiful. It's just that getting through the kitchen remodel sounds so tough. Make it easier with these tips.
There is plenty to love in a more traditional bathroom. It is a timeless, classic look that ages beautifully. But when it comes to decorating there is no one size fits all style. For those of you who like something a little different than the ordinary you’re in luck! Today we are looking at ways to capture an eclectic style in your bathroom.
When you imagine remodeling your bathroom we are willing to bet you envision bumping out a wall or two to create a little more space. Maybe relocate the fixtures. Add room for a linen closet. Do any of these thoughts sound familiar?
Making your space bigger and better might be the dream. But moving walls and plumbing is not within every budget or appropriate for every home. So how can you make the most of the space that you do have? Over the years we’ve helped a lot of homeowners rediscover just how great their modestly sized bathrooms can be. Keep reading to find out our top tips for making your bathroom feel bigger than it actually is.
When you are ready for a change in your kitchen you have plenty of options. Repainting or refacing your cabinets can be an economical and low-stress way to get an updated look, while replacing offers you almost unlimited choices. With so many great options picking one may feel difficult. Luckily, answering a few questions can help you identify the best solution for your unique situation.
When you’re planning your bathroom remodel you want every element to be perfect. In a room where space tends to be at a premium you must pick each fixture with care. Finding that perfect balance of style and functionality can be tricky, which is why we’ve put together this guide to help you select the perfect sink for your bathroom’s needs.
Every homeowner uses their kitchen a little differently. Maybe you love to bake. Maybe hosting all of your friends or family for dinner is your idea of the perfect Saturday night. In good design form follows function. So when you’re dreaming up the elements that make up your perfect kitchen, it is important to consider how your space will be used most.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, then chances are you’re on the hunt for the perfect type of countertop. While laminate, tile, quartz, or natural stone are all popular and attractive options, solid surface countertops are another great possibility that you should give serious consideration to as well.
A combination of a stall shower and deep, jacuzzi-style tub used to be the ideal blend of function and luxury in bathroom remodels. The shower served the practical, day-to-day needs, while the bathtub was reserved for long, relaxing soaks at the end of a hard week. But these days we’re seeing a shift in what homeowners want for their master bathrooms. Fewer and fewer people are having a deep tub installed, or are having their bathtub removed altogether, and are opting for large, walk-in showers.
After all of the hard work and planning that goes into a kitchen renovation picking a backsplash can be a fun final decision. A great backsplash can add that extra special touch that ties your entire kitchen together. Hopefully, these tips will help you identify what is right for your style and budget and help you wrap up your kitchen renovation with confidence.
Cabinets make up a substantial portion of your kitchen. So when you plan your remodel give careful consideration to their style as it will play a key role in setting the tone of your entire kitchen. Luckily, the choices you will make about your cabinets’ appearance can be broken down into three major components. Some of those decisions, such as choosing between stained or painted cabinets, will open up other options, but by narrowing in on these three basic style components you’ll be well on your way towards defining a look for your kitchen.
It can be easy to fall into a decorating rut with your home. Redoing an entire room can be an expensive and time-consuming process, and so often the fear of a decorating idea falling flat prevents us from trying something new and exciting. But there is one room in your home that is the perfect space to experiment with interior design trends: the powder room.