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 your remodeled space. You just need to remain realistic for a number of reasons. Read more

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, having those three traditionally separate areas be essentially one continuous space has its benefits. But are open concept spaces for everyone? We’ll take a look at the pros and cons of an open concept floor plan. Read more

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 it’s the design element that ties the whole room together, the backsplash is often the last design feature that’s chosen during the design. Read more

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 things in the basement, though, why not create a dedicated utility & storage spot there to keep it organized? Read more

3 Reasons to Consider Raised Level Flooring in Your Home Remodel

Have you ever considered having different level floors in your home? “Sunken” living rooms were popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and still show up from time to time today. While you may not be interested in that particular design feature for yourself, why not try it in reverse?  If you’re looking to do something unique in your home remodel, why not consider raised level flooring for certain areas of your remodeled space? Read more

What Goes Into a His and Hers Master Bath Design?

When a couple is looking to remodel their master bathroom, there are often differences in opinion with what is most important to put in the new space. The best solution is to create a his and hers master bath that includes elements of what both partners want. Fashion and function can be blended together seamlessly to create the perfect master bath design for you and your spouse. Read more