Our master bedroom addition is finally finished and will be featured in a special two-part series on Today’s Homeowner that will air in October. This unique “restful retreat” incorporates some unusual features and products that are sure to set it apart from the run of the mill bedroom.
Whether you’re starting from scratch or simply want to dress up the kitchen you already have, the countertops you choose can make a big difference in the finished look. Watch this video to find out about the many choices that are available from plastic laminates to natural stone.
With so much to choose from on different types of kitchen sinks, Danny details some of those options and what to watch out for. From heavy composite materials to traditional stainless steel, take a little time to make sure you get the sink that best fits your needs.
While most are familiar with architects and interior designers, there’s a new type of designer that’s becoming increasingly popular. Eco-sensitive designers help builders make decisions that increase the eco-friendliness of a home.
From high-tech gadgets to simple changes, Danny takes a look at some new ways to make your home green whether during new construction or a remodel. Automated irrigation systems, solar paneled roofs, and programmable thermostats are just a few of the green additions seen here.
Kitchen renovations add more value to your home than improvements in almost any other areas, but they also can make a drastic difference in how your home is used. Danny has some advice to help make the right decisions during the renovation.
Ceramic tile floors can add extra elegance to formal areas like the living room and dining room. In a project like this, floor preparation is important before the first tiles can be laid. Darker marble insets were used to add pizazz to this flooring.
Full kitchen remodels now cost at least $25,000 and frequently run $50,000 or more. But many kitchens aren’t worn out or dysfunctional, they just look tired and out-of-date. The answer is a cosmetic upgrade, including replacing the countertops, sink, and hardware. Read on to find out more.