Remodeling

26 Apr Countertop Considerations

With so many surface choices available, how do you decide upon the perfect countertop for your project? There are multiple aspects to consider, including cost, durability and color options. Some homeowners prefer the traditional and impervious look of granite: While others opt for a more eco-friendly, recyclable...

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12 Apr An Oasis in the Master Bath

In today's master bath, design experts agree that comfort is king. A concept of well-being can appear in many forms, from the physical to the emotional to the sensory. Driven by the current trend of hectic lifestyles, homeowners tend to look for respite from everyday...

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05 Apr Stainless Steel: A Sleek Cabinet Alternative

[caption id="attachment_327" align="aligncenter" width="348" caption="Designed by St. Charles of New York City"][/caption] Stainless steel can be found on just about every design element in the kitchen these days. On cabinets, it’s typically formed around an inner core material to give it substance and keep it...

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15 Feb Backsplash Bling

Looking for a fresh design idea? Consider adding a colorful, expressive backsplash! (c) 2011, Jamie Goldberg, AKBD, CAPS. Excerpted from Gold Notes: Nuggets from the World of Residential Design. I recently purchased a townhome, which I plan to update over the coming months and years. The kitchen backsplash...

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11 Jan Colorado Garden and Home Show Feb. 12-20, 2011

VISIT US AT THE 52ND ANNUAL COLORADO GARDEN AND HOME SHOW February 12-20, 2011 at the Colorado Convention Center SHOW FEATURES: • See the giant sea creatures in the Underwater Adventure Entry Garden presented by Bank of the West • Discover 600 companies at Colorado’s largest home & garden marketplace to...

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07 Jan 12 Green Design Ideas for Your Kitchen Remodel

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="435" caption="Article and photo courtesy of Kitchens.com"][/caption] A well-designed, attractive kitchen gives a home life. All that liveliness, though, is probably the single biggest energy drain in your home. Lighting, refrigeration and cooking are responsible for 41.5 percent of a home's energy consumption, according...

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07 Dec Vibrant Hues to Beat Recession Blues

By: Holly MacGregor Experts agree that bright, cheerful colors inspire a feeling of optimism. During these fluctuating economic times, why not add a colorful palette to your existing living space? Accent walls are an easy, affordable way to add color to any room. Finding hues compatible with...

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