Author: Tania M

New Year Renovations! How To Prepare For Your Upcoming Project

As we approach the new year, I think we can all look back on 2020 and collectively agree — thank you, next. What a year it’s been! While there are lessons learned in patience and gratitude, many of our lives have been put on hold, and this includes any remodeling plans you might have had.  But this pause can also come with a benefit, giving you a chance to prepare for the renovation that’s in store. Many people jump right into a project without first drawing a mental landscape for what their home and its occupants will be facing....

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When it comes to kitchen remodeling, the current trends in design have been keeping up with modern aesthetics of clean lines, neutral colors, and a general theme of “light and bright.” This is a great foundation and canvas. But what if you’re the type who likes a little pizzazz thrown in? It can be a little more difficult to go bold with the more substantive elements of a kitchen, like the cabinets, counter tops, or the island. Visually, these components command more “space” and focus of the eye.  We have the perfect solution to your “needs a little something”...

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One of the most common decisions to make when it comes to remodeling your bathroom into a dreamy spa-like escape, is whether to go with a built-in bathtub or a freestanding tub. While freestanding tubs are all the rage in modern design and bathroom remodeling, built-in tubs have come a long way in their own respective designs, and can look and feel just as luxurious. Let’s explore the differences and some advantages/disadvantages of the two: What’s The Difference? A built-in bathtub is usually built into a corner or an alcove, with 2 or 3 walls bracketing the tub. The...

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How To Survive A Kitchen Remodel

Congratulations, you’ve got yourself a brand new kitchen! Now, this is the part of the movie where the high-speed rewind gives you a glimpse of all the acts and happenings that got you here. The mess, the noise, the dust, the nails, the fumes, and the empty space which was once the hub of the house. Some people are lucky and have the advantage of taking off and staying elsewhere for at least some of, or the entire duration of the project; but if you’re like most families, you’re going to have to deal with temporarily living in a...

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