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Why Were Pink Bathrooms So Popular in the 1950s?

Pink bathrooms were all the rage in the 1950s for several reasons. Of these, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower was probably the most influential. Mrs. Eisenhower was so fond of the color that she redecorated the private quarters in the White House in, you guessed it, pink. The most popular pink shades were fondly called “Mamie Pink” or “First Lady Pink.” (more…)

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Cleaning Hacks: Spring-Cleaning the Kitchen in Under an Hour

Some homeowners dread spring cleaning, while others look forward to the fresh start that deep-cleaning a home can offer. Regardless of what your stance on spring cleaning is, everyone can agree that spring cleaning is beneficial not just for closets, but also for areas in the home such as the kitchen, where food items really need to be thrown out periodically. (more…)

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Your Basic Guide to Minimizing VOCs During a Remodeling Project

There are many factors to consider during a home remodel. On the one hand, you want your home to look the best that it can. On the other, you need to be mindful of risks associated with the construction of your remodeled home. Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are one of the things you should consider. (more…)

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No Windows, No Problem: How to Open Up a Windowless Bathroom

Some homeowners might think that a bathroom with no windows is odd, but for some, it’s a reality. While having a windowless bathroom isn’t the ideal situation, there are things you can do to mitigate the inconvenience. A windowless bathroom doesn’t have to be dark and dreary! In this post, expert bathroom remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of East Georgia shares simple tips, tricks and design hacks to make[...]

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Couples’ Guide: How to Cope with Kitchen Renovation Stress

Kitchen remodeling projects can be stressful. It might be hard to believe, but 12 percent of married couples actually consider getting a divorce due to conflicts during a home renovation! In this post, kitchen remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of East Georgia shares stress-busting tips to keep you and your significant other from becoming a statistic. (more…)

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The Truth Behind TV Remodeling Myths

Home design reality shows often give homeowners unrealistic expectations about the remodeling process. These shows make home renovation look quick and simple because they don’t have the time to get into all the nitty-gritty of the process. To help you set realistic goals and expectations, today we’ll explain how real-life remodeling is different from the TV shows. (more…)

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Here’s How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Eat Better

If you want to stick to your new year’s resolution of eating healthier food, start by setting realistic expectations. Expectations and goals that are too strict and unforgiving just end up making you feel bad, which can cause you to abandon your resolution. Today, we’ll explain why setting realistic goals is important and suggest some kitchen remodel ideas that can help you with your resolution. (more…)

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Kitchen Trends Through the Decades

With today’s kitchens boasting so many creative layouts and beautiful finishes, it’s hard to imagine that at one time, the best feature a kitchen could offer was multiple burners on the stove. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of East Georgia, your local kitchen remodeling company, shares some of the popular kitchen trends through the decades. (more…)

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Holiday Tipping Etiquette for Home Pros

As you plan for the holidays, keep in mind the people who have made your life easier this year. ‘Tis the season for giving holiday cheer, after all -- and home professionals appreciate a kind gesture. But how much exactly should you give? (more…)

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Function Over Form: Kitchen Edition

After the era of the show kitchen, it seems functionality won over. In a recent poll conducted by Sub-Zero and Wolf, suppliers of premium refrigeration, wine preservation and cooking equipment, three out of four kitchen design professionals completed more projects for function over form. They focus more on creating a design that fits into the clients’ living and cooking styles rather than designing a “show kitchen.” The group selected to[...]

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