We are living right now in a time where cleaning is taking center stage, from warding off germs to keep your family safe and healthy to tackling the projects you have been putting off because you had no time.
Your bathroom should be a tranquil oasis. And, as you are required to stay home during this pandemic, it may be the only space in the house where you can escape to be by yourself.
We break down the pros and cons of natural stone and porcelain tile so you can learn how to pick the best material option for your project.
When homebuyers view houses, they pay particular attention to the bathrooms – both in terms of the number of them and the aesthetics. They typically do not want a house with a bathroom that needs a complete renovation.
Contemporary rustic décor evokes a sense of comfort and relaxation. It seamlessly blends farmhouse-style features with more modern touches and conveniences into an eclectic space that reflects personality. And
Shower Feature Wall Tiles When it comes to a bathroom, it’s all about the tile. Whether you are building a new home or renovating an existing bath, the tile will set the mood for the room. With so many materials and colors, the design possibilities are limitless. One current trend we are loving is a…
Many of our clients love the look of wood, but don’t want to deal with the upkeep. They often ask our opinion on what kind of siding mimics the appearance of wood without the maintenance.
Kitchen Cabinets Trending Now Planning a kitchen upgrade in 2020? Then, you will want to be in the know of what is hot and what is not in the world of kitchen design so you can stay on trend and gain the best return on your remodeling investment. In our article 2019 Kitchen Trends According…
Floor to Ceiling Windows in a Living Room Flood the Space with Natural Light Windows are a powerful design element. They instantly brighten a room – just open a shade or blind and take note of how the light pours in from the window and transforms the space. When encased in beautiful trim, windows also…
Turn on HGTV, peruse a home design magazine, or visit decorating websites and you will see plenty of kitchens with wood floors.