Whether you are looking at enlarging and enhancing a master suite or you just need to update your powder room you can rest assured that our professional bathroom and kitchen remodeling team members will design a personal space that is unique and within your budget. Statistics show that renovating a bathroom adds more value to your home than the cost of performing the renovation.
Remodeling a small bathroom is obviously a cheaper project than a full or master bath remodel. Plus, getting the most from the space in your small bathroom is imperative to making it a functional addition to your home. Remodeling your small bathroom can help you find ways to open this room up.read more
When it comes to picking out your next bathroom designs you should definitely check out the latest products and design trends available out there. Large bathrooms are increasingly popular as homeowners look to pamper themselves. You’ll find that most bathrooms have a separate bath tub/whirlpool and shower area to make room for bathroom furniture like chaise lounges.read more
Thoughtfully planning bathroom renovations and using the right materials will make it easier– more importantly, it will make it work for your family for decades to come. There are many tips and tricks to saving money while getting what you want out of your bathroom renovation. Learn what those are right here!read more
Ditch the old soaking tub or Jacuzzi – nothing screams ’80s style like a monster tub. 2013 is about the larger shower. Taking the place of the traditional tub and smaller stand-up shower, larger showers are practical and make better use of the space. When planning your bathroom remodel, consider an accessible shower with a barrier-free entry and slip-resistant tiles. To add more function, safety, and comfort. add a handheld shower, rain shower, and corner bench seat.
Although granite is still a common choice for bathroom counters, low-maintenance quartz composites are rapidly gaining popularity. They require minimal effort to clean and maintain (which is excellent in a wet space) and look great.
One popular color for 2013 will be charcoal. This color blends well with chocolate, gray, and a bit of green. In addition, deep emerald greens are taking off in popularity and that’s not limited to the runways. According to Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone’s color specialist, “It’s also the color growth, renewal, and prosperity – no other color conveys regeneration more than green. For centuries, many countries have chosen green to represent healing and unity.”