Few guests will walk into a friend’s bathroom and say, “This Bathroom is so 2019.” But it never hurts to update your bathroom with a contemporary look, particularly when it’s looking “So 1980” or “So 1970.” And those are styles sure to get a negative reaction.… Read the rest
One of the lesser known powers of a great kitchen is its remarkable ability to improve the wellness of the people it serves. There’s no Jedi mind trick or Criss Angel hypnosis at work. Good kitchens have the ability to inspire healthier lifestyles.… Read the rest
Engineered Wood Flooring vs Hardwood Flooring – Which Is Best?
America is changing its taste in its kitchen floor of choice.
The country’s long love affair with hardwood floors remains stronger than oak, but hardwood is no longer the country’s preferred kitchen flooring surface.… Read the rest
Telling Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Kitchen Floor
Many homeowners have studied her kitchen long and hard, scanning all sections of her home’s most important room and wondered, “What’s missing from this picture?”
The answer may be underneath her well-worn shoes.… Read the rest
Kitchens of Today & Tomorrow Going High Tech
In the future, 1989’s Back To The Future II boldly predicted, the average American kitchen in 2015 would feature microwaves that can hydrate a three pizza in seconds, handleless kitchen faucets and flying robot butlers would serve dinner.… Read the rest
Which Remodels Win The Cost vs. Value Battle?
It’s the most important, essential argument in any home remodel: Cost vs. Value. For a remodel to truly be worth the investment and payback, value must always win.
To get the full return on the large investment you’re making, you have to think about the value your upcoming remodel will bring to your home and how it will address your home’s most pressing needs, not just tailoring it to your own dream renovation expectations.… Read the rest
Trust the Home Remodel Savings Bible
Slicing money off your home renovation project’s budget can feel like trying to squeeze water from a stone, like trying to jump straight to the Major Leagues from your co-ed rec league softball team and trying to compel a screaming two-year-old to stop shouting “No” in a crowded supermarket line.… Read the rest