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Whether you work in an office or from your desk at home, manage a few dozen employees or an Etsy shop, it’s vital to create a productive work space. You want to minimize distractions, but without it feeling like a prison cell. You want to encourage collaboration, but without sacrificing individual performance. There are loads

Today I want to talk about a flooring option which you may not have given much consideration. You can use it in any room in your house to give a look of modern elegance or the feel of rustic warmth. If you haven’t looked into wood-look tile as an option for your remodeling projects, then

Today, we’re doing math – I’m warning you upfront. Don’t get scared, because it’s simple math and it’s gonna make your house look great. If you’ve ever been baking and confused a teaspoon with a tablespoon, you know that a small mistake in measurements can ruin an entire recipe. The same is often true in

I grew up with two brothers, so as one might expect, there was lot of sibling in-fighting. We’re all three very different people with different ways of viewing and operating in the world. But the one thing that could always unite us (besides like McDonalds) was how much we loved movies. There were few conflicts

Building Your Best Book Nook

Thursday, 10 November 2016 by

November is National Novel Writing Month, so whether you’re a budding novelist or a notorious bibliophile, here are some tips for making the best space to bask in your love of books.          

A kitchen is a high-traffic, highly functioning room as the center focal point in most homes.   Areas in the kitchen requiring a bright light source, counter-tops where food is prepared and near sink area where dishes are cleaned, often times cabinets and appliances interfere with light’s natural path. The problem –  Insufficient light in the kitchen where cooking and cleaning

123 Remodeling’s next project in the South Shore community, converting a distressed 6 story, 68 apartment unit building into a residential apartment building.  The previous “Lakeview Living Center” a detriment to the community as abandoned, desolate corner property in the middle of South Shore, the next commercial gut and rehab project by 123 Remodeling’s experts.   Project Introduction Video Details

We’ve done it again. Chicago Remodeling company 123 Remodeling have taken an unfurnished, unused basement space and created a functional, livable square footage basement space. The home has added a full bathroom, laundry and utility room.  The newly installed canned recessed lighting have been installed to create maximum head space.   All of the exposed studs and support beams

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