How To Sand Hardwood Floors

Over the years, the finish on your hardwood floor is bound to wear down. Even if your finish is still perfectly in tact, it could just look out of style. Just like any other design element in your home, you might need to update your floor to keep it looking modern. Refinishing a hardwood floor is definitely a tiring and time-consuming task  but it does not require very much technical know-how. Read More 

Three Nasty Surprises You Might Find During Kitchen Remodeling And How To Fix Them

Kitchen remodeling can be a very exciting project. After all, you are recreating a room where you cook, eat, entertain and spend some quality moments with family and friends. You want it to represent your tastes and personal style. However, there can be some nasty surprises awaiting you when you start pulling things out of your kitchen. Here are some of the less-than-pleasant issues you might encounter during your kitchen remodel and how to fix them. Read More 

Four Tips For Small Space Kitchen Renovations

If you have a tiny kitchen in your home, it can be frustrating at times to make sure you are getting the most out of this space. If you can incorporate some space-saving ideas into your remodel, this can transform the look and functionality of your kitchen. Here are four small space kitchen renovation ideas that might make your kitchen more usable and stylish. 1. Extend Cabinets to the Ceiling Read More 

How An Architectural Designer Can Save You Money On Your Home Remodeling Project

If you are getting ready to do a major remodel of your home, you may be wondering if you need to hire an architectural designer. When you already have a tight budget, adding to it with the expense of another professional may seem unwarranted. However, having the right professional on the job will actually end up saving you money. Here are just a few ways having an architect on board from the beginning could lower the cost of the project. Read More 

3 Qualities To Look For In Kid-Friendly Flooring

If you're looking to build an addition onto your home and have young children, you may be wondering whether there are materials that are more kid-friendly than others. Below are three kid-friendly qualities that you should consider when shopping for the floor material that's right for your home's new addition, as well as some recommendations on certain flooring choices. 1. Spill-Resistant If you have a young child, you know that more food and drink ends up on the floor than ever makes it to your child's mouth. Read More