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:
Hardwood flooring is among the most popular choices for flooring material among homeowners. It comes as no surprise as hardwood floors have some amazing qualities that make them stand out. If you are planning to do a whole home remodel and you are leaning towards getting hardwood flooring, know that it’s not the only choice you have to make.
High-tech bathrooms may yet be far from being commonplace, they are nevertheless great investments, as you are virtually future-proofing your bathroom. Bathroom and kitchen remodel expert DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen discusses high-tech bathroom upgrades you should consider.
While there are many products that can help make bathrooms child-friendly, they are usually temporary solutions that generate clutter and lots of adhesive residue. Having child-friendly features integrated into the bathroom design is ideal. In this blog, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen lists child-friendly improvements for your next bathroom remodel.