Over the years, we’ve transformed many homes. We’ve heard it all, but one thing remains consistent. The number one complaint by homeowners wanting a home remodel is that their space has become an eyesore. It is followed by the need for a more efficient layout that compliments the family routine. Perhaps you’re in this situation yourself, or you have been
Paint. A five letter solution to bland rooms, colorful souls, and outdated spaces. It’s often the easiest and most inexpensive way to change-up your home and bring it a new wind of life. However, sometimes committing to a paint color can be challenging. Homeowners may find themselves asking “Will this color best fit my remodel? Will the finish withstand the
Knowing your style isn’t always cut and dried. Styles evolve and change over the years similar to fashions. Most homeowners contemplate a remodel for 6 to 14 months before contacting a home remodeling professional to aid with their project. At that point they have a concept in mind, but really aren’t sure how to bring material and color choices together. So, when
There are many reasons you may want to remodel your home. You may want to update the look, increase resale value, or even add functionality. However, the scope of a project depends on more than that. It comes down to material selections, customization, cabinetry options, the size of the room and the home value (prior to remodel). It’s normal for homeowners
Many homeowners want to change their kitchen, whether it’s because it functions poorly, their taste has evolved or they purchased a home marked by someone else’s style. In fact, “can no longer stand the old kitchen” is the top reason homeowners choose to remodel kitchens, according to Houzz research. If you’re experiencing kitchen fatigue and are looking for inspiration, take
Remodeling one room seems to have a snowball effect in that there’s always something we feel we can do to make other spaces better, more efficient, more comfortable. With that in mind, we’ve pulled the most requested add-ons by clients once their initial project has started. These low to high-impact changes can improve your home and add to its functionality.
Last month, we touched on popular tub and shower trends for 2017. In it we explained how more and more homeowners are removing the tub and replacing it with a spacious spa-like shower. If you’re contemplating doing this with your bathroom remodel, you may not be certain of what’s all involved to achieve this look. We recently completed a project
This Southwest Arlington couple wanted to update their 1983 home. They are both Doctors with a busy schedule and the kitchen was one of the rooms not providing them with the functionality they desired. The kitchen originally had a wall in the center separating the kitchen and entertaining areas. The kitchen sink was on one side of the wall and