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Trends in Bathroom Tile Design

Posted by Jodi Smith on Mon, Apr 27, 2020

Tile is a versatile element in bathroom design. It can be used in the shower, as a backsplash at the vanity, flooring, and as a wall covering. With such a wide variety of uses, the options for tile in the bathroom are equally as far ranging. New tile products are coming out each year, in new types of color, finishes and shapes, and these options make it easier than ever to create a stylish and unique space. To help you envision what's possible for the tile in your bath remodel, we're taking a look at some of the most popular current bathroom tile trends below.

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Topics: Bathrooms

3 Things to Consider in Outdoor Living Design

Posted by Frank Kuhlmeier on Tue, Apr 21, 2020

With the days getting warmer and our desire to spend more time outside growing stronger, it would be no surprise if an outdoor living remodel is on your mind. For many homeowners, a backyard transformation is often based on a full wish list of features that encompass wanting a fun and relaxing space for the family and an inviting setting for entertaining. We spoke with Kevin Werbrich of Werbrich's Landscaping about outdoor living projects, and here are three often overlooked things he says you may want to consider.

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Topics: Outdoor Living

5 Ways to Improve Your Kitchen Pantry Design

Posted by Christina Temple on Tue, Apr 14, 2020

One objective of a kitchen remodeling project is to improve functional food storage. A kitchen pantry, therefore, is often high on the list of essentials when homeowners remodel their kitchen. There are many design options for effective pantries, including dedicated spaces with shelving, cabinets with pull-out drawers, or combinations of solutions for different types of storage. The advantage of a pantry is the convenience of having dedicated, somewhat customized storage feature you can rely on.

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Topics: Kitchens, Storage

Project Tour: Multi-Purpose Basement in Western Hills

Posted by Laura Webster on Tue, Apr 7, 2020

This Western Hill's client desired a basement space in the home to entertain both family and adult friends. The existing basement wasn't quite able to keep up with the variety of needs for the new space. With several rooms and alcoves off the main area, the floorplan provided a good opportunity to maximize the function of the space. Key to achieving success in the new lower level design was to define the purpose of each zone and unify the entire basement with a cohesive design.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Lower Level

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