A walk-in closet is a small personal room where you can start and end each day. It should be efficient and match your style and needs, but for many people, it's a cluttered and disorganized space. Closets function at their best when systems are in place that match what you actually have and the way you live. Here are some of our best tips for creating the walk-in closet or dressing room of your dreams.Read More
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In recent years, the tiny home concept has been taking off as an option for vacation houses or permanent living spaces for the adventurous minimalist, but in many neighborhoods throughout the greater Cincinnati region, small homes or condos are an everyday way of life. First time home buyers often find that small homes are a good initial investment. There are also certain design styles of small homes that have withstood the test of time such as craftsman bungalows, cottages, cabins, ranch, and prairie style homes that have unique appeal to buyers. Luckily there are many tricks and techniques that can be included in your home's interior design that greatly help a small space feel larger. There are several decoration ideas, such as hanging curtains higher or using the same color in several rooms, but here we'll focus on remodeling, interior design and architectural tips that you can include in your home improvement projects.
Note: This post was originally written in November, 2012. It has been re-written with new images to improve relevance.
The ability to host groups is a trait that many Americans look for in a house. Having family and friends over for gatherings, large or small, plays an important role in the dynamic of many families, so it makes sense to ensure that remodeling projects in your home account for the need to accommodate the types of gatherings you like to hold. More than just knowing where to put your furniture, or making sure you have a stocked fridge, truly functional entertaining spaces that help to create traditions in the home start in the design and planning process.Read More
For this traditional master bathroom remodel in Madeira, attention to the details was a key element to creating a fresh look. Due to the shape of the space, each element of the bathroom feels like it's own zone. Uniting these areas with cohesive and interesting materials was crucial in the new design.Read More