Have A Cramped Kitchen? 4 Remodeling Projects To Make It Feel Larger

Posted on: 3 June 2019

Preparing meals in a cramped kitchen is not something that you may look forward to doing. Luckily, being a homeowner allows you to make changes to satisfy your wants and needs. If you would like to enjoy every moment that you spend in the kitchen, you can make this happen by hiring professionals and taking on projects that either expand the space or make it feel larger. Windows A collection of small windows in your kitchen may not bring in much light, which can lead to the space feeling cramped.
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Having Your Bathtub Or Shower Refinished

Posted on: 9 May 2019

The bathtub and shower of your home will experience some of the most intense wear over the course of time. Reglazing and refinishing the bathtub and shower can be a common update to have done, but it is not a procedure that homeowners will need to get done frequently. What Types Of Issues Are Addressed By Refinishing Your Bathtub And Shower? When a bathtub or shower suffers wear and discoloration, it can have a major impact on the appearance of your entire bathroom.
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How To Find A Focal Point For Your New Bathroom

Posted on: 28 March 2019

The best room renovations have a focal point at their heart. But, while it's easy to identify the focal point of a bedroom or the living room, finding the right focal point for the bathroom can be much more complicated. How can you determine what the focal point of your bathroom is and how can you use it to your advantage? Here are four bathroom highlights and who they're perfect for.
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Prepare For Your New Countertop Installation In Your Smallish Kitchen In 5 Steps

Posted on: 1 March 2019

You've picked out a beautiful granite countertop for your little kitchen and now comes the fun part: preparing for installation. Small floor space makes it hard to maneuver large implements, and this task can take some doing even for the pros, but there are a few things you can do to help the process along.  1. Clear everything on or over your existing countertops.  Whatever you have on your existing countertops should, of course, be removed, but so should anything else in the area that could get in the way.
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