Why You Should Open Your Kitchen Up

One of the biggest trends that has grown YEAR after year is to open kitchens up. After enough time spent “cooped up” in the kitchen, all homeowners can find themselves longing for this update. The kitchen used to be a “thing of Mom” (or the help), and all about cooking. Not so much about eating….

Cheap vs. Inexpensive

You’ve got money and value at stake, but you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other if you do it right.

Kitchen sinks – inside and out

Kitchen sinks—inside and out Recent kitchen trends have taken us to a full chef-style kitchen, open to entertain while you cook. What vintage styles there are have been spliced in with contemporary features. With big expanses of counter top, and appliances to live in style, we sometimes forget about the very most basic kitchen element:…

Getting Your House Ready To Sell – 6 Tips You’ve Got To Know

Getting your house ready to sell…is exciting! And horrifying. And, more than anything, exhausting. Even THINKING about how to get organized and of what you have to do is exhausting. You probably already know you have to start with any minor repairs you’ve been thinking about. Any of those squeaky doors or scratched/dirty/chipped-paint you’ve known…

Repurposing Your Favorite Items

Repurposing your favorite items and changing or moving existing furnishings opens up some beautiful possibilities. You can get more out of your furniture, add some edgy or artistic pieces to a room’s look, and spend less time and money buying new stuff and moving out old. OK, yes…you can also repurpose household items like cork…

Traditional Master Bath Remodel

Does this before picture look familiar? Other than the walls that had a faux finish, it’s the typical builder grade bathroom. After remodeling this client’s guest bath and kitchen, they decided it was time for the master bath to get an upgrade as well.   As you can see from the above pictures, the bathroom contains outdated floors,…

Opened Up Family Room and Kitchen

What started out as a “simple” family room and kitchen remodel, turned into a much needed structural “fix”. This couple came to us wanting to open up their family room and kitchen. They had an area right off the family room that housed a sunken hot tub, which they never used, and they wanted to make this…

Transitional Kitchen Remodel

After this homeowner purchased this house, she knew she wanted to cosmetically renovate some aspects of the kitchen but still keep the “bones” of the space. Before we started construction, the kitchen began as a fairly bland area that was in need of updated appliances. In addition, the homeowner didn’t like the backsplash and counters so those were changed as…

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…