By now, you’ve probably heard from your neighbors, friends, and family that kitchen remodels are one of the best home remodeling projects because of their high return-on-investment. In this article, we’ll walk through some of the ways you can limit your project’s scope and costs while still getting the most possible value out of your new kitchen.
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Farmhouse sinks are a deep basin style sink. A farm sink is large enough for stock pots, baking sheets and even roasters. These sinks also provide the depth to reduce splashing while making them easier to work with. The forward orientation creates less physical strain and stress compared to comparable undermount sinks. Farmhouse sinks are easy to spot because of the way they extend past the front...
When homeowners consider remodeling projects, their sinks are often overlooked. But a rustic sink can serve as an impressive design element in your home. According to Rustic Sinks, a leading online luxury designer, sinks aren't all the same... Read more
I recently came back from a Spa vacation where the hotel had a rain shower head. The luxurious shower experience left me wanting one at home. The ceiling mount rain head was a large square one that had plenty of water pressure even to wash out shampoo easily from my hair. I was overwhelmed on the variety and sizes along with what size water droplets come out! Who would have know there were so many decisions to make. Here are some benefits and things to consider.