Featured | 06.26.21

How to Create Designated Spaces in an Open Floor Plan

Whether by purchasing a new build or through a remodel, many homeowners live in homes with an open floor plan. By design, they feature open living spaces without physical or visual dividers such as walls and doors, offering a more expansive feel to the overall area. Depending on your family’s lifestyle the open floor plan may work just fine as is, but some families may prefer to create some type of physical definition of space between the rooms.  If the latter describes you, here are a few ideas on how you can create some separation.

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Featured | 12.31.19

Our Top 5 Kitchen Remodeling Blogs of 2019

Each year I like to take a look back to see which of our blogs were most popular with our readers. In 2019, we wrote about a variety of remodeling topics and found that those featuring kitchen updates were the most read. It’s no surprise considering a kitchen remodel is always at the top of most homeowner’s wish list.  If you’d like to learn more about kitchen remodeling, read about common kitchen design challenges, or get your creative juices flowing, check out our Top 5 Kitchen Blogs from 2019.

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Featured | 12.30.18

Our Top 5 Kitchen Remodeling Blogs of 2018

Each year I like to take a look back to see which of our blogs were most popular with our readers. In 2018, we wrote about a variety of remodeling topics and found that those featuring kitchen updates were the most read. It’s no surprise considering a kitchen remodel is always at the top of most homeowner’s wish list.  If you’d like to learn a little about the latest trends or get your creative juices flowing, check out our Top 5 Kitchen Blogs from 2018.

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Featured | 12.19.18

Top Benefits of an Open Concept Floor Plan

Since the 90’s, open concept floor plans have been a top preference in the new home and remodeling markets.  It’s categorized as an open layout that combines a kitchen, living room, and dining room into one space without wall partitions that’s suitable for all types of households from couples and families to empty nesters. A home with this arrangement offers a more casual way of living where space is maximized by creating multifunctional areas for daily activities. If you are considering an open concept floor plan, read our list of top benefits below to see if it might be a good fit for you.

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Featured | 10.9.18

5 Design Elements that Make a Space Feel Larger

Adding space isn’t always an option when you’re remodeling and in many cases it isn’t needed in order to improve the functionality and beauty of your home.  That being said, one of the most common design challenges is how to make a space feel larger when it may not necessarily be large in terms of square footage.  How can you make it happen when you have to work within an existing footprint without smoke and mirrors? You would be surprised at how much magic can happen when you integrate a few of these design elements into your space.

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