We are color people, it is a rare occasion that you will see either of us in all black and white and when you do it is without a doubt accessorized with bright shoes or a colorful jacket. Why is this important? We ask that our clients let their style shine through in their remodels.… Continue reading Don’t be afraid of COLOR!
If you're looking to open up your living space, removing a wall seems like an obvious choice and generally, much easier than adding on a room somewhere. See the wall, knock down the wall, clean up the edges and VOILA! It's done! Except...it isn't that easy. You have to make sure that wall you're removing… Continue reading PSA – Removing a Wall: More Than Just Knocking It Down
So you've decided to remodel the most used, most crowded, most important part of your house - the kitchen. You're so excited to have the new floors, the gleaming countertops, the more efficient use of space and that new six-burner stove you've been coveting! This remodel is going to be so so so worth it… Continue reading How to Survive a Kitchen Remodel
I’ve often told people that this may be one of the most difficult decisions during selections for a “new” kitchen. Depending on the layout of your home this can be one of the most visible features. During a family (or otherwise) gathering everyone congregates in the kitchen. This is where several hours of the week… Continue reading How to Select a Backsplash
Describe your current living situation (House? Apartment? Size? Neighborhood features?) My husband and I own a ranch style home in the Southmoor neighborhood near I-25 and Hamden. How long have you lived here? We purchased the home in 2011 What made you decide to move here? Our goal was to find something central with easy… Continue reading What Does ‘Home’ Mean to You Interview with Katherine Gardner