The kitchen is the heart of the home; it’s where you prepare meals, enjoy family time and entertain guests. To make the most of the space, your kitchen has to be as functional as it is beautiful. In today’s post, JLR Home Renovation recommends practical design ideas for your kitchen remodeling project.
Basements tend to be underutilized areas of the home. To unlock the potential of an otherwise wasted space, JLR Home Renovation shares four things to keep in mind when planning a basement renovation.
Whether you want to provide care for your aging parents or give your children some independent comfort before they set out on their own, multigenerational houses are both practical and sought-after. In fact, more than 18% of adults in the U.S. live in such homes, twice the number of the people who had similar living arrangements back in the 1980s.
Your kitchen doesn’t necessarily need a dramatic overhaul to look striking. By keeping in mind a few key principles while tackling a remodeling project, you can maximize results without breaking the bank.
Not all homes are blessed with a wide, open-spaced kitchen. If your kitchen is on the small side, you can take advantage of some unique design ideas to make the most of your limited space. Here, JLR Home Renovation, your expert in siding replacement and interior remodeling, shares some clever ways to make your kitchen look and feel bigger. [Read more…]
Looking for a home improvement project that will give you the most bang for your buck? In today’s post, JLR Home Renovation, your premier remodeling company, suggests three ideal projects.
Good entry doors should be durable enough to withstand the elements and secure enough to protect your family, but shouldn’t they also be aesthetically appealing to add to your home’s curb appeal. JLR Home Renovation provides a quick guide that can help you when purchasing new doors.
According to the U.S. Census, homes today that were built between the years 2000-2009 average 2.5 bathrooms. This is a 10% increase when compared to homes that were built in or before the 1960’s. This means that if you live in a home that was built in the previous time frame, it is very likely that you do not have enough space in your bathroom. These historic homes offer incredible retro features, such as sunken family rooms, wide doorway arches, and unique wall murals. Thankfully, there are ways to create unique storage solutions as you work on bathroom remodeling in Hershey, PA, or the local area.