Gray has taken the limelight for far longer than people think. True, the book Fifty Shades of Gray gave it a Hollywood boost – but it earned its fame fair and square through its own innate beauty. Hence, it has become known as the “color of the decade.” In 2017 design trends, gray rises to new heights as many paint companies increase their range of gray shades, and homeowners find new ways to incorporate it into their homes. Read on to find out about the new era of grays, and how you can make it work with any motif in your custom home.
From Thanksgiving dinner to birthdays, company parties to girls’ night, there is an art to entertaining. And if you are one of the lucky people who loves to entertain, you know that planning is everything. But when it comes to your home, how do you create a space plan that enhances both your family life and your social gatherings? And is it really worth a full remodel? Where do you even get started?
So you’ve heard the words “Modern” and “Contemporary” used in terms of architecture and design. When it comes to designing and building your home, which style do you prefer? Did you know that there is a difference between the two?
When you define the words, they both seem to mean almost the same:
- “Modern: Of or relating to present times as opposed to the remote past.”
- “Contemporary: Belonging to or occurring in the present, at the same time.”
But when we talk of architecture or interior design, believe it or not, there is a difference.
There are so many things to consider when designing your custom home. Whether you are working with a designer or a custom home builder, doing a large remodel or building from the ground up, you have much to look at and many decisions to make. There is, however, one item that could be a good starting point in your home design – and indeed, may be one of the most crucial design items you select.
We’re talking about first impressions.
Do you want to make your house appealing before a visitor has even walked into your home?
One of the focal points of the exterior front of your house which contributes a lot to curb appeal is your FRONT DOOR!
Owning a rental property means taking responsibilities and some risk. But, as they say… no risk, no reward. Let’s help you get that reward, even when remodeling your rental property.
As a landlord, you are well aware that your rental place can become outdated or can even be cared for in less than optimal ways. Sometimes tenants complain and sometimes the place can be vacant for a long while. Remodeling that rental property may just be the solution.
Of course, sometimes you’ll wonder if remodeling is worth it. You may get nervous about the risk of spending the money and then not reaping the rewards. But in the end, keeping your rental property up to date and Read More »
Instead of having a purely practical and functional home, more and more people are looking to remodel a room for luxury so they can indulge in a favorite pastime or spoil themselves.
Let’s think beyond just the bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom. Let’s look at some other rooms in your home that deserve a luxury remodel.
Yes, the laundry room can be remodeled for luxury. Does it have to be a strictly functional space where you Read More »
Renting out a commercial space is a big job that requires continuous attention to detail. One way of avoiding problems with the premises, and thus with tenants, is to remodel at regular intervals using a trusted company.
Whether it be an office or a store or a warehouse, every space needs regular maintenance and remodeling to keep it attractive and desirable, as well as functional.