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23 Pink Tile Design Ideas for Your Kitchen & Bath

Featured Image: RLB Architecture Designing or decorating your home is an enjoyable task. The bedroom and the living room are often the first rooms to get a makeover, but how about the other spaces in your home? Your kitchen and bathroom should not be left behind. The kitchen is probably one of the areas in your home where activities are high – you cook your meals there every day. You should, therefore, make it a place where cooking will be a joy and not a bothersome chore. On the other hand, a bathroom is a place where you [...]

2021-10-18T10:37:57-05:00Categories: Design Trends, Homeowner Tips|Tags: , , , |

30 Cool Floating Shelf Ideas

Featured Image Source: Traditional Beams If you want to make your home more trendy, floating shelf ideas can be simple yet effective way to remix your space. Floating shelves do not have visible brackets, but rather attach directly to your wall. This allows them to integrate seamlessly into your existing design or become a focal point. There are many ways to add floating shelves and they can be a great feature in your living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, laundry room, or entryway. Floating shelves are truly flexible in placement and style, but also very functional. Some types of [...]

2021-10-18T10:17:36-05:00Categories: Homeowner Tips|Tags: , , |

27 Unique Garage Workshop Storage Ideas

Featured Image Source: Dkot In case you're somebody who uses their extra time in DIY projects, these workshop ideas are for you. If you are into carpentry, metalworking, and automobile and electronics repairs, you know the worth of a comfortable, devoted workshop. However, putting up such a workspace in the house isn't always simple. Particularly, space constraints and worries over privacy and how much chaos and noise you'll make can smother your motivation to tinker, fix, and build. There are approaches to plan a flexible workspace that gives you a chance to appreciate quality time with your creative projects. [...]

2021-10-18T10:20:32-05:00Categories: Homeowner Tips|Tags: , , |

24 Fantastic Outdoor Kitchen Ideas

Featured Image Source: www.techo-bloc.com More and more homeowners are escaping the daily routine of cooking indoors by building an outdoor kitchen in the comfort of their backyards. This popular trend allows families to get outdoors, enjoy the serenity of nature, and add new experiences different from the typical lunch or dinner. Building a kitchen in your backyard is not all difficult, especially with the right ideas in mind. Get away from the mundane habit of cooking inside with little to no windows. Give yourself and your family a breath of fresh air with one of our outdoor kitchen ideas [...]

33 Small Laundry Room Ideas

Featured Image Source: BBG Construction If you are looking for small laundry room ideas, you have come to the right place. We have a lot of ideas for small laundry rooms to make them truly look gorgeous and functional. Even if you have a tiny space to work with, there are plenty of ways to make it appear larger than it is. The laundry room is certainly one of the most unappealing, utilitarian areas in the house. In particular, people often take it for granted and only notice when an appliance breaks down, and they have no choice but [...]

2021-10-15T08:34:18-05:00Categories: Homeowner Tips|Tags: , , |

33 Tool Storage Ideas

Featured Image Source: www.jungleecamp.com If you are struggling with tool storage ideas, this post is for you. The majority of us see our storage spaces with a mixture of fear and guilt. Above all, we all know that we need to store and sort out our tools and supplies properly, yet most of the time, such things join the omnipresent mess we usually avoid to address. Luckily, today's houses consider the need for appropriate utility units. In addition, they look to incorporate storage system into the general feel of the home and the greater landscape. From rolling toolboxes to [...]

2021-10-14T04:01:25-05:00Categories: Homeowner Tips|Tags: , , |

39 of the Best Wainscoting Ideas for Your Next Project

Sebring Design Build Wainscoting provides the perfect mix of function and style by adorning the lower half of walls while also protecting the wall from scuffs and smudges. This form of wall paneling started back in 1300s primarily as a way to shield the lower half of plaster walls from damage from things like chairs and boots. Today, they make up an important part of interior design, helping add some warmth and style to a space. Wainscoting is especially great at styling up bare walls that would otherwise look dull and boring. Traditionally, wainscoting (typically pronounced as Wayne’s-Coating) [...]

6 Questions to Ask Before Starting a Bathroom Remodeling Project

Most people have no trouble imagining what would be in their dream bathroom--and it's different for everyone. Some people have a vision of the entire bathroom, while others simply know what feature they'd like to add, but everyone can think of at least one thing that they'd love to have in their bathroom. A bathroom renovation is the perfect opportunity to change it up and create at least a portion of that dream--but there are a few questions you'll want to ask before you get started. While upgrading a bathroom is at the top of many homeowners' wish lists, [...]

5 Questions to Ask Every Home Remodeling Contractor Before You Meet

Creative Boom We receive 900 to 1000 new customer calls a year here at Sebring.  These calls can range from adding extra space in a basement to redesigning a dated kitchen into a chef’s dream. Our process begins with a 15 to 20 minute conversation.  During this initial conversation we ask 5 key questions of our clients: When do you want the renovation to start and end the project. Why are you renovating (more space, aesthetics…). Where are you renovating (kitchen, bathroom, entire house…). What changes do you want to make (change cabinets, new flooring…). How much are you planning [...]

25 Different Types Of Drills With Pictures

Featured Image: Popular Woodworking If you're working on a project, an electrical job, or anything else that needs the use of hand tools and power tools, the likelihood is that you'll need to drill holes. Generally, these holes are used to introduce screws, nails, studs, and other objects and materials into various objects and surfaces. And, as you might guess, you'll require a drilling tool or a drilling machine to accomplish the task. Not all drills on the market are identical since they perform distinct roles. While some are excellent for minor projects, others are ideal for heavy-duty use, [...]