Archive for July, 2015

No Way to Add Space? Make Your Kitchen Feel Bigger with these Tips

Monday, July 27th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

It is possible to add space to a smaller kitchen when you hire a quality general contractor for your remodel. You could take out part of an adjoining room to extend the kitchen size or bump out part of the outside wall. But in some cases, extending the kitchen is not ideal or even necessary. You only want to make the kitchen feel more spacious and appear to be larger, so we’ve provided a few tips to help make this happen. (more…)

Small Bathroom Details that Make a Big Difference for Your Remodel

Monday, July 20th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

We encourage our customers to focus on the big picture during a bathroom remodel. But some of the smallest details are just as important for both comfort and aesthetics. After you get a good idea of how you want your bathroom designed, consider these small details that can have a powerful effect. (more…)

Speaking Up During a Remodel: Make Sure Your Voice Is Heard!

Monday, July 13th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

When it comes to a major remodel, hiring a contractor is the way to go if you want to make sure everything goes according to plan. However, the contractor should not be expected to make all of the decisions for you. While another person’s opinions may be of benefit, it’s important to make sure that your voice is heard so that you end up loving the room you’ve remodeled. Here’s our advice for making sure your ideas are at the forefront of any remodel. (more…)

Should You Break Convention with Your Bathroom Remodel?

Monday, July 6th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

The standard bathroom layout consists of up to four main elements: a floor mounted sink/vanity, toilet, shower, and bathtub. With traditional towel racks, mirrors, and cabinetry, each room in your bathroom might end up looking pretty similar. Break up the monotony of bathroom design with our tips for an unconventional bathroom remodel. (more…)