Do you love cooking for your family? The right kitchen upgrades can make cooking easier, more convenient and more fun. In today’s article, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of St. Louis Park, one of the top home remodeling companies in our area, has ideas for a kitchen remodeling wish list.
Visiting a showroom is an excellent way to explore your options for your upcoming kitchen remodeling project. However, you might feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of design concepts and products to choose from. That’s why it’s helpful to ask yourself the right questions before entering a showroom. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of St. Louis Park, one of the top kitchen remodel contractors in our area, explains more.
A typical bathroom remodel takes about three weeks from start to finish, though there are several factors that can affect this. In this blog, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen shares these factors that may shorten—or prolong—your bathroom remodeling timeline.
A bathroom remodel has a lot to offer. Done right, it can improve both form and function in a home, ultimately helping to give a property’s value a boost. However, much like any other home improvement project, a remodel can be a cause of anxiety. To help you survive the stresses of a bathroom remodel, here are a few tips.
Aging-in-place remodeling is geared towards improving accessibility for homeowners who plan on staying at home in their later years. While most aging-in-place improvements focus on bathrooms and kitchens, access between rooms are often overlooked. In this blog, bathroom and kitchen remodel contractor DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen discusses why barn doors are a great aging-in-place solution.
A properly-designed kitchen island can make your kitchen workflow easier and more efficient. Getting the kitchen island design right the first time around lets you enjoy its benefits, as well as prevents having to spend extra money on do-overs. In this blog, kitchen and bathroom remodel contractor DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen shares the common mistakes you should avoid when designing your kitchen island.
Most homeowners believe that the more counter space they have in the kitchen, the better. However, there are different design principles you should consider when designing your counters.
One of the biggest problems large families face is having a shared bathroom. Mornings are particularly hectic when multiple people are queueing up to use the shower and the sink before heading out. Jack and Jill bathrooms offer a convenient compromise to this old issue by allowing two or more people access to their features at the same time.
Your kitchen remodel design should always incorporate “the working triangle”— that is, the direct path connecting your fridge, stove and sink. Kitchen islands are an excellent way to smooth out these three important access points and still look great. However, not all kitchens are made to accommodate an island addition. Limited floor space, poor planning or workflow obstruction can all make islands impractical to some kitchen layouts.
Living spaces are becoming more and more expensive, prompting homeowners to look for alternative ways to maximize their home, including making use of the basement. Similar to kitchen remodel projects, finishing a basement is a rewarding experience with a lot of benefits. Before you push through with it, however, here are some things you should keep in mind: