Bathroom, Kitchen, Basement Design & Remodeling Ideas for the Nicest Home or Business on the Block
Posts Tagged ‘remodeling blog’
Saturday, February 5th, 2011
Small kitchen remodel Small bath remodel
- small bath remodeling project
Maybe you remember the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” about a crazy scientist’s miniaturization machine that accidently shrinks his kids (not exactly a cinematic classic – but kind of funny in parts). Well in these times of tight money and low real estate values many homeowner are also finding the need to shrink their bathroom, basement or kitchen remodeling ideas down to a size that fits their budget.
The key to smaller sized renovation projects is about creating cool, well planned spaces in reduced packages. If that sounds easier said than done here’s 5 practical tips to get started on a designer bathroom or designer kitchen on a 2011 budget: Continue reading “Honey, I Shrunk the Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Project” »
Saturday, January 15th, 2011
- Custom Solid surface corian shower base neo angle design
Saturday, December 11th, 2010
- Contemporary Kitchen Design Columbus Ohio
Thursday, November 25th, 2010
- Basement Remodeling Adds Cost Effective Living Space vs. a Room Addition
- Steel Entry Doors Add Curb Appeal and Provide a Great Value vs. Cost
Maybe at no time in recent history is it more important than now to spend your money wisely. We’re just pulling out of a recession (at a slower pace than most would like), housing and resale prices are still depressed, and unemployment is coming down (very slowly).
So – if you’re in a home that’s in desperate need of several home improvement projects where should you begin to get the most return for money spent? Is there some type of statistical guide to help you prioritize remodeling projects based on the market value they will add to your home? Fortunately the answer is yes!
Every year the remodeling industry with the assistance of Realtor magazine, the National Association of Realtors, Specpan (an on line market research company) and HomeTech Information Systems (an estimating software developer) team up to complete the Cost to Value Report. Here’s a quick recap of the findings: Continue reading “Remodeling Trends 2010 & 2011 – How to get the biggest bang for your buck” »
Thursday, August 26th, 2010