Tip, tips, and more tips!

Are you thinking about remodeling your home come the new year? If you’re like most, you have a general budget in mind but may not have included some unforeseen expenses.  Some of these problems could even greatly affect the total cost of your project. In order to keep everyone in the “remodeling loop”, we want to provide…

Drab to Fab Bathroom Remodel!

Recently we’ve been seeing one of our bathroom remodel projects from several years ago being circulated around various social media sites. We’ve decided to bring that project back to the spotlight and talk about the construction that went into creating the stunningly beautiful transformation! These clients of ours came to us wanting to change their master bathroom…

What season is it?

It’s official! Halloween has passed and we are quickly approaching the holiday season. How has this happened so fast? It feels like just yesterday that it was summer and 90 degrees. Oh wait, here in Texas it STILL is 90 degrees! So, what can you do to bring the holiday season inside when it’s not showing…

Think Pink!

This week on the blog we’re going to fixate on something that is near and dear to our hearts here at Curb Appeal Renovations. As some of you may or may not know, our very own Robin Burrill, CEO and interior designer of Curb Appeal Renovations, is a fearless fighter AND survivor of breast cancer. Since…

A Tiffany Sparkle Bathroom

This week on the blog we’re going to talk about a beautiful bathroom remodel we completed a while back. This client contacted us wanting to change their bathroom into an updated, elegant and relaxing space containing a new accessible shower and toilet to accommodate the user after having knee surgery. As you can see, these before pictures capture the essence…

Time for warm and cozy!

Last week on the blog we spoke about how fall is officially here and how to prepare your home on the interior and exterior. Now that this chilly season has finally arrived, we would like to fixate a little more on the interior and talk about the part of the home that brings the family…

Fall is Here!

Now that today marks the first official day of Fall, it’s time to talk about some ways to help you prepare your home for the new season. As the leaves begin to turn colors and weather becomes cooler (slowly but surely for those of us in Texas), completing the below check list will help keep your home protected, your…

Bottleneck traffic, no more!

Ever feel as if your cooking space is becoming too overcrowded and overwhelming? Whether it consists of entertaining large groups of people or just a casual day with the family, constant traffic to the refrigerator can disrupt the flow of any kitchen. Luckily there are some great ideas that can address this very situation! Creating…

Declutter, Destash & Organize

It’s great time to declutter, de-stash and organize your home because this Saturday households around the nation will be celebrating National Garage Sale Day! The advertising has already been done for you on numerous sites so it’s easy to get out there and sell because frugal shoppers have had this date already circled on their…

Time for a Check-up!

It’s that time of year again! Parents are getting their children ready to go back to school by gathering school supplies and obtaining their physical check-ups to start the school year.

Our children are always on our mind, and we get reminders from the school, their doctor’s office, etc. But when do you schedule a check-up for you?

Christmas in July

Last week in my newsletter and on social media, I touched upon how we have now reached the tipping point of being halfway through 2016. Right now while basking in BBQ’s and summer vacations, it might be hard to imagine preparing a big holiday feast for Thanksgiving or planning your annual Christmas gathering. Now is…

Summer 2016: Skin Cancer Prevention

As a cancer survivor, I’ve made it my mission to provide cancer prevention information and education to everyone that I can. According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Between 40 and 50 percent of Americans who live to age 65 will have either…