Spaces We Love

Posted by Courtney on Jul 8, 2015 1:25:10 PM

Yes, please.

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Topics: Beautiful Spaces, Uncategorized

Setting Expectations for Your Remodeling Project

Posted by Courtney on Dec 17, 2014 10:12:16 PM

When considering a remodeling or new construction project, many questions weigh heavily on homeowners’ minds. Below are some important answers that can help you understand what to expect before the project begins.

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Topics: Building/Remodeling Process, construction phase, design phase, expectations, new construction, planning, remodeling, timeline, Uncategorized

Pebble Shower Flooring: Ahhh or Ouch?

Posted by Courtney on Dec 4, 2014 9:04:46 PM

By Kaitlyn DeVries, Kaufman Construction Interior Design Coordinator.

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Topics: Bathrooms, bathrooms, flooring, showers, tile, Uncategorized

Spaces We Love - Be Natural

Posted by Courtney on Dec 1, 2014 7:18:13 PM
That ceiling! And, love all the warmth the wood adds to the space.
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Topics: Beautiful Spaces, Uncategorized

Master Suite Design: Just How Important is that Giant Bathtub?

Posted by Courtney on Nov 24, 2014 9:07:48 PM

For years, we have encouraged clients who want to remove the huge whirlpool tub from their master bathroom to do so, regardless of the fact that real estate professionals have historically told them that, for resale, it’s imperative to have both a shower and a bathtub in the master suite. While realtors still say you need at least one bathtub in your house, they have finally given up on the notion that is has to be a huge whirlpool one in the master bathroom.

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Topics: Bathrooms, bathtubs, large showers, master bath, master suite, showers, soaking tubs, Uncategorized

How to Be Trendy Without Dating Your Home

Posted by Courtney on Nov 10, 2014 9:05:40 PM


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Topics: timelessness, Trends, trends, Uncategorized, warm colors, warmth

10 Important Questions to Ask When Hiring a Builder or Remodeler

Posted by Courtney on Oct 29, 2014 10:06:08 AM

Planning a new home or a remodeling project can be overwhelming. Of course, your first step in the process is to find the right contractor for the job. Not all are created equal – they vary widely in experience, availability, and the services they offer. When you start interviewing potential candidates, there some key questions you need to ask that can save you stress, time and, ultimately, money. Here are 10:

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Warming it up with Butcher Block

Posted by Courtney on Oct 12, 2014 7:53:55 PM

Butcher block is a material gaining renewed popularity for kitchen countertops, and I think it’s a great way to add warmth, character, and a more casual feel to your kitchen. Butcher block is made from straight cuts of wood glued together into thick slabs, and is most commonly made in two construction styles – edge grain or end grain.

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Topics: butcher block, countertops, Uncategorized

For the love of Soapstone...

Posted by Courtney on Oct 12, 2014 5:32:19 PM

I have a long-standing love affair with soapstone countertops.

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Topics: Uncategorized

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