What Can I Do With That Open Wall in My Kitchen?

The dreaded open wall is the bane of every kitchen designer’s existence. Well, it may not be quite that bad, but it is something you don’t really want to have. Why is that? Good design means that no space is wasted and every square foot is given a purpose.

Planning Your Dream Master Bathroom

Are you dreaming of the perfect master bathroom? Do you imagine it being like your own personal spa, complete with jacuzzi and a steam room? Based on your budget, you may want to temper your expectations. How big a master bathroom do you really need? That’s not to say you can’t have luxury items in […]

Why Does Everyone Love Open Concept Floor Plans?

You see it all the time on today’s home remodeling shows: people are demanding open concept floor plans. Why is this? Simply put, open concept designs allow for better flow of space. Walls serve a purpose in separating bedrooms, bathrooms, and other private spaces. But when it comes to living areas, dining areas, and kitchens, […]

Storage is Everything, But So is Organization

Why do so many of us want to remodel our kitchens and bathrooms? It’s because we need more storage! Remodels aren’t just about updating a space. They’re also about improving the function of a space.The best way to add function to a space is more storage.

Using Built-ins to Maximize Storage Space in Any Space in the Home

If one of your major concerns about your home is lack of storage space, don’t fret. Built-in cabinetry is all you need to get!  Built-in furniture and storage units have become very popular in kitchen and bath design. But built-ins are used throughout the home to maximize square footage by putting some of the storage […]

Why Do Some People Remodel Instead of Sell?

You may have been asking yourself this question for a long time: should I remodel my current home or move to another one that better fits my needs? While the answer is obviously complicated for many reasons, there are many benefits to remodeling your current home before deciding whether or not you want to move.

A Breakfast Nook Isn’t Just for Breakfast

When remodeling your kitchen, you may find some space in your new space that doesn’t necessarily have a specific purpose. This can happen in older homes that may have a nook or cranny that may have once been part of a formal dining area. If you have a space like this, you may want to […]

How to Tie Together a Multiple Room Renovation

Planning to renovate multiple rooms in your home at once can be a very exciting time. But when undertaking such a large project, the sheer amount of details involve can also become overwhelming. How do you tie together a multiple room renovation?   You want the rooms to flow into one another, especially if all […]

Choosing the Right Backsplash for Your Kitchen or Bathroom

The backsplash is definitely an element of kitchen and bath design that you shouldn’t overlook. It should be both an expression of your personal style and a way to tie the space together. Not only should it complement your flooring and countertops, but it should also fit the style of your home. Yet, even though […]

Creating Utility & Storage Space in the Basement to Free Up Room in Your Bathroom or Kitchen

While remodeling your bathroom or kitchen, you may have found that you need to move certain items out to make room in the new design. So what can you do with these displaced items? Many people will just store them in an unused attic space or in the basement. If you’re going to store these […]