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You can compare building your first home to climbing a mountain. When you are at the base of that towering landmass, it seems like an insurmountable obstacle, and getting to the top is merely a dream. However, armed with good equipment, reliable tools and some good old-fashioned knowledge, you can conquer the highest peak. All you need is the will and perseverance. Every journey needs a first step, and acquiring useful information is usually where one starts. With that in mind, here are some basic tips for building your first home.
If you think only mansion-sized kitchens can look beautiful, then you’re very wrong. Even the smallest of spaces can look stylish and be highly functional. All you need is a good design and a few handy ideas from the pros and your small kitchen will look chic and stylish. Here’s your plan of attack.
Decorating your home doesn’t have to be expensive. You need some imagination and creativity to make it work. In addition, some tricks might help your buying process and teach you some new design strategies. From DIY projects to some undiscovered options, these are home décor tips on how to get high style on a low budget.
We are witnessing an enormous increase in people’s choices to leave their work offices and work from home and for many companies, physical offices are a thing of the past. Telecommuting has become very easy and all communication is effectively conducted using tools like Skype or Basecamp. Tasks are delegated, projects submitted and issues discussed, all without you leaving the comfort of your home.
While it’s true that you can stay in your pyjamas all day and avoid the morning traffic, there are many distractions at home, such as your kids, noise, household chores etc. There’s no one to keep an eye on you so you might start slacking off and not accomplishing your maximum capacity.
While classic décor has a timeless value, modern designs certainly have their own charms, bringing more than a few enticing looks. However, what to do if you’re a fan of both the traditional and the modern? Creating the perfect balance between the two and combining the best of both worlds offers a plethora of simple yet mesmerising solutions. With these inspiring design ideas, you can give your classic décor a modern flair in just a few simple steps.
One of the biggest trends in kitchen design right now is the rise of the island. Providing extra prep or social space, islands are also a great place to add some extra design flair and functionality.
Often, an island is the first thing you see when you walk in the kitchen, so it’s a great statement piece that deserves a little extra thought and consideration when you’re remodeling your kitchen. It’s also a high use area that will get a lot of attention whether you’re cooking or just hanging out. So let’s go over some of what goes into the ideal island, and how you can get the most out of yours.
In a perfect world where nothing goes wrong, all the materials show up on time, and there are no delays with city permits or your condo board, a kitchen remodel can be done in about 3 weeks. But this is the real world, and the average timeline ends up being a few months. Sometimes tiles are broken in transit or your building’s elevator is reserved for people moving for the next few weeks. The granite countertop of your dreams might not be in stock for months, and the cabinet makers might be especially busy this time of year.
They say that when it comes to the triangle of price, speed, and quality, you can only choose two. At 123 Remodeling, we prioritize quality over everything else, so this week we’re having a conversation about how to manage your timeline expectations. Here are a few things you should plan to encounter that’ll slow your work down, and some suggestions to counteract them.
Designed by our newest Project Manager, Kira Obermeier, this guest suite in Chicago’s River North neighborhood features custom cabinets and…