Many home owners living in new construction often find that their homes lack the character and style so often seen in older and more established homes. With many new houses being built within suburban neighborhoods that are often modeled together in architecture packages, it can be difficult to find yourself in a new home that is truly rich in character.
Your kitchen is the heart of your home, but it's also the busiest room in the house. When it's time for a kitchen remodel, it's important to remember that a fresh, new look is great, but it needs to be functional too.
Bathroom lighting is one feature that doesn’t seem to get enough consideration.While many homeowners give plenty of thought to lighting options for the kitchen or family room, bathroom lighting is frequently overlooked. Often, one central lighting fixture is installed in the ceiling and is expected to be sufficient.
When designing or building a bathroom with a small amount of space, you may be forced to change your vision or even sacrifice certain features to fit the square footage. If you're stuck with a little room, there are some things to make you and your guests feel less cramped.
Design/Build Kitchen Remodel: Diving into your first kitchen remodel can be an overwhelming process. From choosing a general theme, to picking out materials and colors, every build and design element of your first kitchen remodel is a choice you'll be living with and will want to enjoy - especially in your kitchen; the heart of your home.
Quick Tip: How to Choose Timeless Materials for Home Remodeling
Most of us can remember a bathroom with pink tile or a kitchen with avocado-colored appliances, but today when we encounter those in a home, we think “yuck” and that the house is crying for an update.
When you are planning a remodeling project, how do you safeguard that the choices you make today won’t be decorating faux pas a few years from now?
As I jump up on my soapbox, I will mention that there are so many great home remodeling contractors licensed in the Phoenix valley; and we all do business just a little bit differently. For just a moment, though, I'd like to pose the statement that some General Contractors are doing their clients a disservice by pretending to be efficient with design and space planning.