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How to Add Character to Your Kitchen

"Character" can be defined as qualities that are unique to a thing or an individual. In this context, a kitchen can be said to have character when it has qualities that reflect the homeowner's taste and style. Simply put, these are qualities that make your kitchen less like a showroom exhibit and more "you". In today's post, local remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Texas shares insight on[...]

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Tips on Planning the Perfect All-Season Outdoor Living Space

The general climate in Central Texas makes it possible to enjoy outdoor living for most of the year, and it would be a missed opportunity if you don't try to make the most of this. In today's post, local home renovator DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Texas shares tips on how to plan the perfect all-season outdoor living space. (more…)

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The Best Sources of Inspiration for Your Kitchen Remodel

Sometimes, a little bit of inspiration is all that stands between you and a well-designed kitchen. If you are looking for some, read on as DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Texas looks at the best sources of inspiration for your kitchen remodel.  (more…)

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Wet Room Basics, Part 2: How to Design One for Your Home

Now that you've made up your mind to add a wet room to your home, it's time to plan and design one. As discussed in Part 1, a wet room is an accessible bathroom setup known for its versatility and minimal maintenance. Since it is typically barrier-free, it's a convenient alternative for those with reduced mobility when traditional bathrooms are no longer possible. When planned carefully, your wet room can[...]

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Why Dining Rooms Are Trending Again

For many years, dining rooms were considered old-fashioned and too formal. Modern homeowners prefer open-plan floor concepts with big islands and breakfast nooks, which evoke a more light-filled and casual vibe. In the post-pandemic era, however, dining rooms are starting to be on trend. This is largely a result of a renewed focus on family meals and intimate gatherings. These days, the dining room plays a significant role in family[...]

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Wet Room Basics, Part 1: Is It a Right Fit for Your Home?

One type of bathroom renovation that is gaining traction nowadays is a wet room. A wet room is exactly what it sounds like — a room that's designed to get wet. There is a lack of separation between the shower and the rest of the bathroom floor, which creates a more spa-like feel in your bathing space. Adding a shower enclosure is not always necessary in a wet room however, many homeowners[...]

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5 Amazing Benefits of Aging in Place

According to the American Association of Retired Persons, nearly 90% of older adults prefer to stay in their own homes as they age. However, some individuals have medical requirements that require full-time attention, making their home environment unsuitable for their health needs. In many other cases, aging in place is the best possible living arrangement for seniors. A home remodeler near me explains its benefits here.  (more…)

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Designer Tips for Creating a Cottage-Style Kitchen

The cottage-style interior design, inspired by the English cottages of the 19th century creates a soft and cozy atmosphere featuring palatable patterns, colors, and accents. Much of the charm of this interior style comes from a familiar and lived-in space, incorporating a hodgepodge of vintage furniture and decor. To help you create the quintessential cottage-style kitchen, a premier kitchen contractor shares some tips and tricks here.  (more…)

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Choosing Interior Paint Colors: 5 Tricks You Should Know

When choosing a color palette for your interiors, you have to start with the colors that resonate with you the most. This allows you to freely experiment with decorating styles that are not bound by traditional color schemes. Our interior remodeling team shares a few palette-perfecting tricks that make it easy for you to fill your home with color.  (more…)

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Should You Renovate Before or After Moving In?

So you've signed on the dotted line and closed the deal - you now have a new home ready to move in with your family. You might be thinking about whether to settle in and plan a remodel at a later time or have the improvements done by a trusted "remodeling contractor near me" first instead of moving in. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Texas presents the arguments for -[...]

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