Avoid These Bathroom Design Mistakes When You Plan Your Remodel

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Planning your home's next big remodel? It is important you don't fall into a trap with these common bathroom design mistakes. Most homeowners don't consider the necessity of natural sunlight for both brightness and ventilation when adding or remodeling a bathroom. If placement on an outside wall isn't possible, then consider adding an operable skylight. Look … [Read more...]

Simple Ways to Elevate Your Bathroom

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The middle child needs braces and your mechanic is pretty sure that grinding noise under the hood is going to be expensive. So once again updating your tired, worn out bath is destined to go on the back burner... unless you use these easy and inexpensive tips to bring your bath into the 21st Century. Nothing can brighten a bath like a fresh … [Read more...]

Get Inspired to Bring the Industrial Style to Your Kitchen


One of the hottest and most practical kitchen design trends include clean lines, minimalist accessories and a simplistic yet spectacular overall appearance. What is this fabulous new style and how do I get it, you ask? Once only seen in big-city lofts that began life as a factory or warehouse, industrial kitchen design is a distinctive style which continues to … [Read more...]

Take a Look at American Standard’s Gorgeous 3D Printed Faucets

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Recently, American Standard announced they have begun engineering residential and commercial faucets through 3D printing. While 3D printing has been used to create prototypes for some time now, these are the first faucets to be available to the general public. Christened the DXV faucet design series, these new faucets have literally visually reinvented the … [Read more...]

Where to Put Your New Sink for an Efficient Kitchen

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Whether new construction or a remodel, nothing in the kitchen should be positioned without a great deal of thought and consideration. All properly designed kitchens start with what is called the "work triangle." From the stove to the sink to the fridge, you want an easy and simple flowing path between the three. For example, you're thinking about locating … [Read more...]