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4 Mistakes to Avoid When Planning Your Home Office

Whether you are temporarily working from home or starting your own business, a home office is a great place to perform work-related tasks without interruption. To help you create an office that promotes productivity and efficiency, home renovator DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Hollywood lists four all-too-common design mistakes that you should avoid. (more…)

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The Do’s & Don’ts of a Kitchen Layout

You can choose the most stylish fixtures and attractive finishes for your kitchen, but if you get the layout wrong, the space won't function as smoothly and efficiently as you want it to. In this blog, home remodel experts at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Hollywood share a few do's and don'ts to keep in mind when planning your kitchen layout. (more…)

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4 Design Priorities for Your Home Remodel

A home remodel needs to be meticulously planned and organized before beginning the actual construction. Here, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Hollywood shares a list of things to prioritize when remodeling your home. (more…)

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U-Shaped Kitchens: Understanding the Pros & Cons

A U-shaped kitchen, also called a horseshoe kitchen, is a kitchen layout that features three connected walls of cabinets along with an open end for the entrance. Often found in homes with larger kitchens, it helps facilitate access as meals are being prepared. "Kitchen remodeler near me" DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Hollywood discusses the pros and cons of a U-shaped kitchen here. (more…)

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4 Electrical Considerations for Home Renovations

Whether you're refurbishing an older property or making modifications to your current home, it's worth incorporating updated guidelines for lighting and electrical requirements to make sure your living space is safe from power surges, blackouts and circuit breaker tripping. Here, home renovator DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Hollywood shares four electrical considerations to keep in mind. (more…)

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Don’t Fall for These 5 Bathroom Remodeling Myths

In order to ensure a successful bathroom remodel, it's crucial to understand the basics of a bathroom renovation and the design options that are available to you. Unfortunately, the word "bathroom remodel" is tied to too many half-truths and misconceptions, making it difficult for the general homeowner to decipher a remodeling myth from a fact. Luckily, our DreamMaker experts are here to explore five all-too-common myths about bathroom remodeling and[...]

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5 Ideas for Your Attic Remodel

If you are longing for extra space in your home, the perfect solution may be sitting right above your head. For many homeowners, the attic is only a room used for storage and is usually either too hot or too cold to live in. But if you make smart choices with attic remodeling, you can resolve these issues and make better use of attic space. (more…)

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How to Choose the Ideal Location for Your Home Office

Even as COVID-19 slows down and we return back to normal, the popularity of this particular home remodel continues to rise. Since a good home office should emulate your actual working environment pre-pandemic (but better!), it is essential that you execute this conversion project successfully to maximize your productivity and efficiency. (more…)

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Avoid Decision Fatigue During a Remodel With These 3 Tips

No, it’s not just you. A lot of homeowners experience fatigue or even paralysis when making major decisions during a home remodeling project. It’s completely normal and it shouldn’t deter you from improving your home for your family! So before you call your local contractor for a bathroom or kitchen quote, here are a few tips to keep in mind so that you can make confident decisions and avoid decision fatigue. [...]

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Get the Look: A Mid-Century Modern Kitchen

Homeowners that are looking for a stylish kitchen that offers a bit of nostalgia can do no better than mid-century modern design. Elements of mid-century modern interior design feature clean lines, muted tones, and a combination of natural and manmade materials. It also makes use of graphic shapes and vibrant colors, plus the integration of indoor and outdoor motifs. Sounds a bit complicated, doesn’t it? That’s why you need the[...]

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