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A Quick Primer on Transitional Kitchens

Kitchens are uniquely designed to the homeowner's specifications. They often need to be a blend of different materials, finishes, appliances, and other elements to match their vision. As a result, many homes have what's called "transitional kitchens", which are created by combining elements from both traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Trusted home remodel specialist DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Elizabethtown shares how you can achieve the look and feel of this particular kitchen[...]

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How Do You Create a Kitchen With Character?

Usually, the busiest part of the house is the kitchen. It's where you cook meals, maybe eat breakfast with the family, and welcome guests. Since you spend a significant amount of time in this room, you want it to be both functional and stylish. Certain additions to the heart of your home will give it more character. (more…)

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Creating the Ideal All-Season Outdoor Living Space

Building an outdoor living space is one of the best investments you can make for your home. It's a great place to unwind and bond with your family and friends. You can use it as a venue for gatherings or barbecues. You can also add a hot tub and an outdoor kitchen or dining area. (more…)

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Kitchen Remodel: Where Can You Find Ideas for Your Project?

Through a remodel, you can make your kitchen more stylish, improve its safety and increase its comfort. It also allows you to add features that can make your daily life easier, such as more storage space and a larger prep area. (more…)

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Wet Rooms, Part 2: Design Considerations and Tips

We've discussed what makes a wet room an excellent addition to your home. But if you want to get the most out of this upgrade, your wet room has to be designed correctly. You should already have a few bases covered before asking for a bathroom quote. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Elizabethtown, the premier remodeling company in the area, shares a few tips: (more…)

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Why the Dining Room Is Coming Back

It's true — the concept of a formal dining room did leave at sometime during the last decade. With people living a more active and fast-paced lifestyle, having a dedicated space for sit-down dinners seemed impractical and luxurious. But now the dining room is making a huge comeback and with good reason! The area's trusted home renovator, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Elizabethtown, shares why. (more…)

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Wet Rooms, Part 1: A Quick and Handy Overview

If you enjoy the kitchen-dining-living room combo you've created with an open floor plan, feel free to incorporate the same concept into your bathroom. By taking down any partitions that separate the shower area from the rest of your bath space, you can create what's called a wet room, which is slated to be the next huge bathroom trend. But what exactly is it, and why should you add one[...]

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Biggest Reasons Why Aging in Place Is Worth the Investment

With around 90 percent of seniors wanting to stay put in their homes instead of receiving care from an assisted living facility, it's more important than ever to consider where our elderly loved ones want to live to ensure their health and happiness as they age. This is done through the concept of aging in place, but implementing this in your home won't be possible without working with the right[...]

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Tips and Tricks for Your Cottage-Style Kitchen Makeover

What are you usually reminded of when you see a cottage-style kitchen? For many, it's the simple and traditional design that contributes to its rustic charm and nostalgia. But to pull this off, you have to consider the little details that make it feel like a cottage kitchen. You may already know a few characteristics like weathered ceiling beams or stone floors, but that's only part of the design. You'll[...]

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Interior Color Scheme Tips You Need to Know

Sometimes, a good color scheme makes all the difference in your interior remodeling project. Look for colors that draw attention to the important elements of your living spaces. Start with a solid neutral base that can complement bright and vibrant hues along with softer tones to create balance within the color scheme. They can be expressed through different parts of your interior space such as walls, furniture, appliances, fixtures, and more.  (more…)

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