• HOT REMODELING TRENDS FOR 2018
    1 | Lighter & Brighter There’s a shift toward lighter, brighter looks in both kitchens and baths. Whites, off-whites, and shades of gray are popular, according to John Reuter of Assurance Builders in Tucson. 2 | Sleek & Clean Homeowners want contemporary-style cabinets with no raised panels or trimmings. They want surfaces to be sleek and easier to clean. 3 | Out with the Old & In with the New As always, there are substantial changes in bathrooms. “We are tearing out the 1980s era garden tubs for larger walk-in shower and spa type areas,” said Tom Reilly of Renovations in Prescott. “We are also doing more zero entry showers with no curb for easier access for those in wheelchairs and walkers.” 4 | Classy & Functional The latest new idea in the bathroom calls for creating a “wet […]
  • Top Outdoor Design Trends for Summer
    To throw the hottest party of the summer, you’ll need to be on-trend. Make the most of your outdoor event by playing up the biggest trends of the season: 1. Transitional furniture. Blend your outdoor and indoor event design seamlessly by using sophisticated furnishings that look like interior styles. Offer your guests different seating options with dining areas and plenty of bar tables for drinks and food plates while guests mingle. Mix modular and functional furniture, like CORT’s new Dune sectional, to fit any patio, lawn or pool deck. Colorful wire tables from CORT. 2. Bold yet classic color pallets and patterns. Start with neutral, versatile furniture and use accent pieces to bring in the colors. Go beyond throw pillows and play up the seasonal colors with CORT’s new outdoor wire tables in summery colors like green, blue and white. […]
  • Backsplash ideas that make a splash
    Kitchen backsplashes no longer simply protect walls from spills and splatters, a wide array of eye-catching materials like glass, wood, metals and stone make the backsplash the focal point of today’s kitchens. So Many Options. From traditional tile to trendy glass — and shiny metal to rustic wood — there is seemingly no end of choices for kitchen backsplashes today. “Tile is still the most popular backsplash material, with natural stone a fast-growing second,” says John Morgan, 2013 National President of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. “But with the right installer, you can make just about any material work.” Salvaged Materials: Antique Wood Mosaic. A foil to shimmering stainless steel, this mosaic tile backsplash from the HGTV Dream Home 2014 kitchen is fashioned from antique boat wood. Impervious to moisture, it requires […]
  • 3D Design Is Here
    When it’s time to begin laying out your remodel inspiration and dreams into actual building plans, working with a high-quality contractor ensures the most accurate and outstanding result. We are making the process of remodeling even easier with 3D remodeling and design. This cutting-edge addition to the design build process helps to make the remodeling process smoother, easier and more efficient. We have provided four innovative ways 3D design for remodels can make the remodeling process easier for you.   Clear Vision The beginning of the remodel process is an exciting time when ideas and inspiration are flowing, and there may be frequent changes to your plans. 3D design for home remodels helps to give you a clear and realistic vision of the design and layout of your renovation. With the ability to visualize the exact way your new […]
  • Spring Into Remodeling
    Spring is the perfect time to start fresh, especially if you’re planning a kitchen remodel. The season remodeling trends will bring new life to your worn out kitchen, ensuring its a room you and your family can enjoy together. Are you feeling stuck on an idea with your spring remodel projects? Well we have a few tips to get you started this spring. Here are some tips to help you this spring to bring your remodel envision to reality!   1. Bright colors for your kitchen remodel Go bright this spring with the color yellow. Painting a shade of yellow will brighten up your kitchen, making it reminiscent of a gorgeous, sunny day. You can pair it with white, but if you want a little extra color, use a different shade for the small accents. If you’re not a fan of yellow, other great spring colors can add a pop in your kitchen. […]