Neal's Home Remodeling and Design Blog

A Master Bathroom Worth Sharing in Lebanon

Posted by Neal's Design Remodel on Tue, Jul 19, 2022

Some homes will label a bathroom as a master simply due to its location. When we think of a master bathroom, however, we envision a sharable space, personalized to our needs, and suitable for private relaxation. For this Lebanon homeowner, their master bathroom was falling short. Neal’s Designer Christina Temple created a new design to help the master bathroom feel more spacious and usable for two.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Bathrooms

Project Spotlight: An Indian Hill Kitchen with Casual Elegance

Posted by Neal's Design Remodel on Tue, Jun 14, 2022

Symmetry is a vital component of formal design and works well in many areas of the home. When applied to the kitchen, symmetry helps to identify where items should be placed in order to create a balanced plan that feels orderly and elegant. In this Indian Hill project, an eye for symmetry in an asymmetrical space helped define and improve the kitchen's relationship with the connected rooms. We spoke with Neal's Designer Cyndi Kohler about how she merged formal principles with practical space planning to create a new welcoming and comfortable kitchen.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Kitchens

When One Bathroom Becomes Two [Project Spotlight]

Posted by Neal's Design Remodel on Tue, Apr 19, 2022

Hallway bathrooms used for residents and guests can sometimes pose unique challenges. Those with many areas and doors can lead to confusion about what guests have access to or how the space is shared . To solve this issue for this Maineville project, Lead Designer Jodi Smith suggested an uncommon solution- turn the single bathroom into two separate bathrooms . The result? Two new spaces that speak to the specific needs of each so that everyone is a bit more comfortable.
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Topics: Project Spotlight, Project Inspiration

An Open Plan Kitchen that Fosters Togetherness [Project Spotlight]

Posted by Neal's Design Remodel on Tue, Mar 15, 2022

After moving into this Sharonville home, the homeowners knew that something needed to be changed. There was a feeling that the first floor was giving the family a hug, but one that lasted too long and too tightly. With the family’s need to feel an easy sense of connection with each other and a desire to have a space that worked with their daily activities, it was obvious that the cramped first floor wasn’t going to suit their lives. With the goal of creating a new kitchen and first-floor design that promoted active togetherness, the Neal’s Design Remodel team created a new open space plan for the family.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Kitchens

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