How to Celebrate the Completion of a Remodel



After enduring the noise, dust and general inconvenience of living in a home under renovation, the home of your dreams is a reality. The final touches have been made and the last of the remodeling crew has left. How do you celebrate this milestone?

Savor the Moment

Explore your new living space and notice all the ways it has changed. Take the time to admire how your remodeler’s workmanship and your design vision have come together to produce a stunning new look for your home. Don’t forget to take pictures and leave a review on your remodeler’s website!

Throw a Party

What better way to celebrate the end of a remodel than to show off your newly renovated home to friends and family? This can be a great idea, especially if you’ve had a particularly long renovation project and have not been able to have guests over in quite a while. This can also be a friendly way to thank your neighbors for putting up with all the renovation hustle and bustle.

Use the Space

If you’ve invested in a kitchen remodel, share your first meal in the new space with your friends and family. If you’ve completed a bathroom remodel, enjoy a nice soak in the tub or a long shower. The best way to appreciate and celebrate the end of a remodel is to actually use the spaces that underwent the renovation!

How Can We Help?

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen offers renovation services that are worth celebrating. Need more proof? Check out our galleries, or scroll through our Instagram page.

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