Selecting the right countertop is the most important choice you’ll have to make when you’re remodeling your bathroom. While the countertops need to be functional, they also need to be aesthetically pleasing, as they are the first thing that people see when they enter the room. Luckily, you have a wide range of material options to choose from: everything from easy-maintenance stainless steel to marble and semi-precious stone or even Eco-friendly recycled materials.
If you’re thinking of renovating your kitchen in 2016, make sure you take a look forward at coming trends instead of buying into trends that are on their way out. While there are some aspects of kitchen design that are considered to be classic, there are always design trends that fizzle out over time. Check out some of the things you can expect to see grow in popularity in 2016. Continue reading
It’s springtime, which means it may be time for a new look and feel in your home! If you’re looking to renovate a room in your home, why not start with one of the most used — the bathroom? You’d be surprised how much of an impact it can make to make simple changes to the bathrooms in your home, whether you start with the master or the guest bathroom, a newly-renovated bathroom can make your home feel modern, fresh and new. Continue reading
There’s nothing wrong with using your basement as a storage space and not much else, but if you’ve decided you’d like to transform your basement into a beautiful and functional living space that contains a kitchen or bar, you’ll want to make sure you choose the right materials for the job. When considering countertop choices for your basement bar or kitchen, opt for quartz. Continue reading
As you think about the countertops you want to purchase for your home, it’s important to consider a number of factors. The style of your home, the look you are going for and the value your new countertops will add to your home are all potential factors when it comes time to buy the perfect kitchen countertops.
Kitchen backsplashes are beautiful ways to add some dimension and style to your kitchen. If you’re looking to add a backsplash to your kitchen, consider going with a “short” backsplash to keep your kitchen renovation on budget.
A short backsplash is a minimum of 4-inches tall, although you can choose any height that fits into your budget and looks great in your kitchen. Shorter backsplashes protect your investment in your home and are just as professional in appearance as a standard 18-inch tall backsplash. Some homeowners choose a height that reaches the bottom of the kitchen window casings for a unique style all their own.
If you’re in the process of remodeling your bathroom, you should consider having eco-friendly countertops installed. When you consider unusual countertop materials, you are opening up your options to countertop materials that are not only durable and beautiful, but also kind to the Earth. Read on to learn more about eco-friendly countertop options you should consider for your bathroom.
If you’re thinking about remodeling your home, there’s no better place to start than your bathroom. The tile you choose for your bathroom dramatically alters the look and feel of the whole room. The bathroom tile also affects the resale value of your home. So, if you’re looking to upgrade your bathroom to improve resale value or to get a fresh look, read on to learn about tips for choosing your bathroom tile.