Pantries come in different forms and sizes. They can also be built in different parts of your home. This space is not only for storing food but it also helps your kitchen free from clutter. You can also store small appliances or things that you don’t frequently use in your pantry.[Read more…]
With most of us staying at home due to the pandemic, a lot of us are left with no choice but to rely on home workouts or creating makeshift spaces to accommodate our daily fitness routines. With that said, designing a home gym comes with a lot of fun! Not only will you be able to pick the best equipment to fit your desired routines, but also the materials, finishes, and colors that fit your personal style.[Read more…]
We can all agree that the “new normal” has meant several significant changes in everyone’s lifestyle. As one of the leading kitchen remodeling companies in the area, we are seeing an interesting trend involving home interiors being reshaped to serve multiple functions. Whether it is for remote work, virtual learning, or other essential activities, we expect the following to be the focus of many remodeling projects in the next few years:[Read more…]
Finishing a basement is not much different from kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Yes, there are aspects of basement renovations that will have a different set of requirements, but the same principles of proper planning are also equally important. In addition to this, the benefits of finishing your basement in terms of functionality, additional space, and increased property value are hard to ignore.
From basement remodeling to new home office additions, almost all types of home improvement projects face some issue one way or another. Bathrooms are no exception. Remodeling a bathroom can involve stripping it down to bare pipes and this often uncovers a lot of problems hidden behind its tiles. It’s important to anticipate and address these challenges early on to ensure the success of your remodeling project.
Whether you’re installing new windows or investing in kitchen remodeling, it’s always best that you remain vigilant while the renovation is ongoing. This is because when you’re having your home remodeled it’s possible that you may encounter a few surprises that can affect your project’s progress as well as your budget.
Here are the five surprises you need to look out for when remodeling your home.
If you bought a home built in the 90s or earlier, chances are it has a partially open space plan rather than a completely open layout. If your taste runs contemporary, this layout may seem stuffy and cramped to you. [Read more…]