Today’s homeowners are all about the open concept. Newer constructions tend toward open-concept floor plans, and homeowners are renovating existing older homes to create more open spaces. This preference for open floor plans makes “line of sight” an important consideration for interior design.
It’s almost time to head back to school, which makes this the perfect time to renovate spaces in your home to better accommodate your budding scholars. Improve storage and organization to keep study spaces clutter-free and efficient for buckling down with the books.
Is a new kitchen on your holiday wishlist? Now is the time to get started if you want a fully renovated kitchen by the New Year. Many homeowners are surprised to learn a full kitchen renovation can take up to five months—call Cabinets & Designs today to make an appointment and get your dream kitchen by 2019! Continue reading
The New Year is just around the corner, which means many homeowners will begin planning renovations for 2018. If you’ve been thinking about replacing your kitchen cabinets, but you’re not sure whether to wait, consider the following scenarios:
November is here which means we are in it for the long haul—we have about eight weeks of holiday parties and events ahead of us, Houston, are you ready?
Make the most of your home renovation and make your kitchen designer happy at the same time! Use this list of tips to make things simple for your renovation team from start to finish.
Working with a design team can help you refine your style, save time and money, keep projects on track, and create the kitchen (or home) of your dreams. The flip side of working with a team lies in the potential for conflict—a “too many cooks in the kitchen” situation, pun intended!
For Houston homeowners affected by Hurricane Harvey, recovery will take weeks—perhaps even months. We have been sharing tips and resources on the Cabinets & Designs blog for homeowners, and this week we are sharing some “dos and don’ts” to help you navigate recovery and renovation after the hurricane.
You’re not the only member of your family who will have to approve of your contractor—don’t forget the family pets! When planning a renovation, it’s important to think about and make proper arrangements for your dogs and cats, for their safety and the safety of the work crew.