Tile selections feature in many home living spaces, including floors, backsplashes, showers, and bathtub surrounds. Your tile choice including color, shape, pattern, and texture, influences the look and feel of your finished space.
Whether you are remodeling your kitchen or bath to sell or to stay in your home, you can’t go wrong with classic kitchen and bath design choices. Far from playing it safe, classic designs mean your home won’t become outdated in a short space of time.
Sinking into a bath brings huge health benefits and is especially good for stress relief. The type of tub you choose and where it’s positioned can impact your bath design, from the layout to the style of your room, so make these choices early in the design stage to get the most out of your bath renovation.
In a busy bathroom, the shower tends to be a focal point and so should be given careful consideration when planning your remodel. Here are five mistakes to avoid when designing your new shower.
Including a beverage bar in your kitchen remodel makes life easier whether you’re just having a coffee or entertaining. You can devote a small section of your countertop and cabinets or a fully equipped standalone beverage bar.
It’s hard to beat hardwood flooring for warmth, durability and a timeless look. The finish can be changed over the years for a different feel and investing in hardwood floors always increases the value of your home. Let's learn about the latest trends including waterborne polyurethane.
Adding under- or in-cabinet lighting provides the ultimate warm atmosphere for any kitchen. This lighting also makes it easier to work on your countertops and illuminate anywhere from deep drawers to display cabinets.
Now is the perfect opportunity to plan a remodel focused on entertaining, whether that is a small family gathering or a big get together with friends. Get your entertainment zones right, and it will be perfect for keeping the immediate family amused if you are all spending more time at home together.
Storage is essential to a stylish, efficient, and highly functional kitchen design, but this does not mean that kitchen storage is one size fits all. Your design style, personal tastes, household and more will influence how much and what type of storage you need. One recent trend in kitchen remodeling is open storage, but is this type of storage right for you?
Open storage is a growing trend in bath design. It works in any space and changes the look of your bathroom design depending on the type of shelving you choose. Here’s a run-down of both to help you decide whether open or close storage is the best choice for your bathroom design.