Current Bathroom Trends

When you’re renovating your bathroom, you want to make design decisions that will stand up over time, but also ones that enhance the functionality of the room. Here are some of the bathroom trends popular in 2019, all of which evoke a sense of modernity and will last for years to come. This year’s theme: simple and warm.
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Choosing the Right Kitchen Sink

There are many aspects to consider when choosing a new kitchen sink. If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, then it’s best to choose a sink that supports your needs and not just one that suits a certain style.
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Smart Kitchens: Time To Get Connected?

Everywhere you turn these days are ads for refrigerators so smart they can tell you when you’re low on eggs (and some even allow you to order more). Understandably, such high-end appliances aren’t within everyone’s reach. Smart kitchen technology isn’t just for the rich, however. There are gadgets for every price point. Smart kitchen tools offer convenience, increased safety, and let’s face it… they’re kinda fun!
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Is Open Shelving Right For Your Kitchen?

Open shelving in kitchens has been a design trend for years, and it’s not slowing down in popularity. But choosing a new feature for your kitchen is not all about style – you should consider function, too. Are open shelves practical? They’re not right for everyone. If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, here are some aspects of open shelving that you should mull over. Read more

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