Like everything else on the Kuppersmith Project house, the garage doors had to enhance the beauty of the home while blending with the exterior décor. The insulated fiberglass garage doors we selected from Wayne-Dalton have the look of real mahogany. Watch this video to find out more.
Trees and shrubs can be strategically planted to act as a screen to hide everything from a neighbor’s shed to a standby generator in your yard, as we have done here at the Kuppersmith Project house. Watch this video for some tips on how to use landscaping around appliances in your yard.
To get clean, crisp lines when painting between the wall and trim, apply painter’s tape along the seam, and press the tape down firmly with a putty knife to keep paint from seeping underneath. Watch this video to find out more.
Quality cabinetry can add to both the functionality and décor of your home including the kitchen, bathroom, closets, and dining room. Watch this video to see beautiful and functional cabinets we used throughout the Kuppersmith Project house.
One really cool high-tech feature we installed in the Kuppersmith Project house was a programmable shower and tub valve. The system includes a digital controller and remote control to allow you to program the water temperature and spray settings for each member of the family. Watch this video to find out more.
In the kitchen of the Kuppersmith Project house, a glass tile backsplash was applied to the wall behind the stove and a contemporary styled range hood installed over the stove. Watch this video to find out more.
To create a decorative frame border design on a wall, apply an outline of painter’s tape to the wall, then paint around the tape and remove it while still wet. Watch this video to see how it’s done.
To create the ultimate functional garage for the Kuppersmith Project house, we installed a workbench, tool cabinets, and wall mounted storage accessories. Watch this video to find out more.
To remove hot air from the upper story in the Kuppersmith garage, we installed a solar powered exhaust fan. To make vacuuming easy and improve indoor air quality, a central vacuum system was installed inside the home. Watch this video to find out more.
After 200 days of construction and two weeks of decorating by Better Homes & Gardens magazine, my extensive renovation of a 1926 Tudor-style home, known as the Kuppersmith Project, is finally complete. Watch this video for a complete tour of the finished home.