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4 Tips for Better Communication With Your Remodeler

Whether you’re doing a small home office remodel or a whole-home update, a renovation will teach you the importance of establishing a good working relationship with your contractor. Most of the responsibility will fall on your remodeler’s shoulders but, as the client, there are a few things you can do to help your project go as smoothly as possible. (more…)

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Sheltering in Place & Its Impact on Home Design

The “new normal” continues to impact our everyday lives and, while it continues to be a real challenge for most of us, not all changes have been for the worse. One of the biggest changes has been in the way we perceive and relate to our living spaces. As an interior remodeling company, we at DreamMaker spent much of the past year thinking about how we could make a prolonged[...]

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Do’s & Don’ts When Choosing Bathroom Tiles

Tile is one of the most important design elements in a bathroom. Unless you already have a specific look in mind, it can be a daunting prospect to select the right one from tens of thousands of colors, shapes, sizes and textures, especially if you are tackling a full-scale bathroom remodel.  (more…)

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Focal Point Ideas to Consider for an Interior Remodel

A focal point is any feature or element that stands out and draws your eye upon entering the space. Without it, a room can look and feel uncoordinated. If you are planning a kitchen, bathroom or home office remodel, consider the kind of focal point that goes well with that specific room. Here are some ideas to help you get started. (more…)

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How to Avoid Overimproving Your Home

Home remodeling isn’t just about beautifying or expanding an existing space; it’s also about increasing the overall value of the property. Unfortunately, not all upgrades and changes pay off in the long run. If you’re planning a home office remodel, a kitchen and bath makeover or a whole-house renovation, make sure you take time to learn about overimproving and how it can be avoided. (more…)

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4 Clever Ways to Expand a Small Kitchen

Your living situation is likely to change the longer you and your family live in your current home. There may come a point in time when you require more kitchen space to meet your needs. An addition might suffice, but it can be quite expensive. Plus, it might not be practical due to zoning restrictions. (more…)

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Basic Bathroom Lighting Tips

The bathroom is one of the most critical rooms in your home in terms of lighting. It’s not just for the look; it’s for safety and convenience. However, most homeowners treat bathroom lighting as an afterthought. This is a mistake you shouldn’t commit when you’re tackling a bathroom remodel. Providing illumination in your bathroom can be simple, but it has to be effective.  (more…)

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How to Design an Accessible Bedroom

Barrier-free design for people with physical disabilities and mobility challenges is supported by the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Local and state government buildings, commercial buildings and public accommodations have adopted such design since the 90s.  (more…)

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Why You Can’t Ignore the Design Phase of Renovation

When it comes to home renovations, the design phase is just as important as the actual construction phase. A haphazard approach to remodeling your home can lead to expensive regrets. That’s why a renovation project begins way before your contractor pulls up with the materials! (more…)

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7 Ways You Can Plan a Kitchen for Baking

Different homeowners have different needs when it comes to cooking. If you’re an avid baker, your kitchen should make it easier for you to whip up batch after batch of baked goodness. What does a kitchen designed for baking include? Here’s what our kitchen remodelers recommend. (more…)

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