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Craftsmanship so UNBELIEVABLE... Jaws may drop. Friends may be envious.
Craftsmanship so UNBELIEVABLE... Jaws may drop. Friends may be envious.

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Wise Home Remodeling Investments - According to Remodeler magazine, consumers will likely spend well over $300 billion on home improvement projects in 2015. A study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University says that spending may even exceed the amount spent during the peak of the housing boom 10 years ago -- $324 billion. The report estimates that over 30 percent of remodeling dollars in 2013 (the most recently available breakdown) went toward insid... http://ow.ly/2XfYMK
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Lighten Up! Building with Natural Light - Using natural light to your advantage when building or remodeling is an art in itself. What does the builder or architect do anyway? Are they standing on your property at 6 a.m. for the sunrise and at 6 p.m. for the sunset, taking measurements to see where the sun is positioned at any one time? While it may seem like it, they simply use their years of experience to make recommendations for positioning your addition or renovation... http://ow.ly/2WDGQY
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Build a Better Bathroom - Is your bathroom a throwback to the 1950s or even the 1970s? If you’re planning to stay in your home through retirement and beyond, one of the best upgrades you can give yourself is a modern bathroom. You don’t have to expand it or create a whole new floor plan that would require moving pipes and plumbing fixtures. A good custom remodeler can create a whole new bathroom in the exact same space and give you the most updated fixtures, flooring an... http://ow.ly/2WhO1Q
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Technology for Thought In Remodeling - The 2015 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas was full of innovations, as always. From new materials for countertops and cabinetry to sleek faucets and door handles, the industry continues to meet consumer demand for exciting choices in home design products. While we contend that a “smart home” is really a home that meets the owners’ needs, a couple of technology-driven items caught our eyes for the “cool” factor. See if the... http://ow.ly/2Vi8bm
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Big Spenders – Kitchen and Bath Remodels for 2015 - Everyone knows the most bang for your buck in remodeling comes from kitchens and bathrooms – both for the homeowner and the remodeler. We all want that dream kitchen or bathroom, and this year, it looks like consumers will go for them in a big way. A survey done by Angie’s List shows homeowners intend to spend more on remodeling than in the past, and their most popular remodeling project will be the bathroom. From the ... http://ow.ly/2V0K6Q
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Unexpected Kitchen and Bath Materials - While Houzz is looking for the most unusual kitchen and bath materials used in remodeling kitchens and bathrooms over the last year, we’re seeing that functionality wins out. Many homeowners who have chosen to remodel have switched from the materials of a decade ago to more current trends, but the materials are functional and economical. For example, a ceramic tile floor is being replaced with wood, which is a bit more forgiving. ... http://ow.ly/2UGbMc
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What’s in Your Idea Book? - Do you have an idea book for your home? It’s a great way to keep track of all the designs, materials and, well, ideas you like. Even if you’re not in the market for a renovation right now, when you are, it would be great to remember where you saw that unique new flooring material or that perfect kitchen design. If you are planning a renovation of any sort in the near future, creating an idea book can be a helpful blueprint from the start. A v... http://ow.ly/2UohtT
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Marsala More than Wine in 2015 - Marsala isn’t just a cooking wine or a delicious veal dish for 2015. It’s the Pantone color of the year. That’s right. According to Kitchen and Bath Daily, Pantone has identified the rich red color with pink undertones, called Marsala, as the trend in kitchens and dining areas in the coming year. Pantone predicts popular items like small appliances and table linens will be available in the color. While home accents and smaller items will... http://ow.ly/2UbyUX
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Renovations for a Reason - It’s true that Baby Boomers are renovating because they want to stay in their current homes. They are making major changes to existing floor plans to make life easier as they age. The website EnvironmentsforAging.com contends that seniors are not just improving their spaces, they are creating a completely different user experience. While Environments for Aging looked to resident amenities of planned senior communities for examples of these exp... http://ow.ly/2UbyUW
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