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Living Room Design Ideas Suitable for Aging in Place

Aging in place can be rewarding, but it can also come with a few challenges. For one, you need to be able to easily navigate your way around your home. One of the areas that can be tricky to move around in is the living room because it typically has a lot of furnishings. In this post, trusted home remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville shares living room[...]

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3 Kitchen Island Upgrades You Should Consider

Kitchen islands have a lot to offer and are a factor in most kitchen remodeling projects. Standard options are already great, but make sure yours reflect your needs exactly and you will enjoy a much-improved experience in your kitchen. (more…)

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Designing a Child-Friendly Bathroom: What to Consider

Kids grow up so fast. But before that happens, you have to make sure their needs are met, and ensuring they have a child-friendly bathroom makes life easier. It’s easy to get wrapped up in designing a kids’ bathroom but at the heart of it, a child-friendly bathroom is functional. Here’s what you should consider to ensure a bathroom remodel is suitable for kids. (more…)

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Kitchen Design Best Practices: Countertop Basics

Before you contact a kitchen remodeler, you may already have a design in mind for your dream kitchen. However, simply putting together pictures from magazines and the internet isn’t enough. You also have to make sure that your kitchen-to-be is not only beautiful but also follows best practices in design. (more…)

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How to Choose Kitchen & Bathroom Cabinet Hardware

Choosing the right cabinet hardware is a great way to breathe new life into your kitchen or bathroom. If you’re not sure what hardware you should select, fear not! Home renovations expert DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville shares a few of the considerations to keep in mind during the selection process to help ensure the best results. (more…)

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Choosing a Bathtub Surround: What to Consider

A bathtub surround is important because it plays a role in both the form and function of a bathroom. As the area surrounding the exterior of a bathtub, a tub surround works not only to tie a tub together with rest of the bathroom, it also catches any excess water from bath use and helps to maintain the structural integrity between bathroom walls and tubs. (more…)

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Tips for Choosing the Right Tile Grout for Your Remodel

You’ll make countless decisions during a home remodeling project. One of them is choosing tile grout. Grout seals out dirt and water, improves the structural integrity of the tile installation and compensates for small size differences between tiles. Grout is important even if it seems boring. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, a home renovations expert, has some tips to help you choose this element. (more…)

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3 Bathtub Materials and Their Pros & Cons

One of the decisions you will make during your bathroom remodel is choosing the bathtub material you will use. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, a top bathroom renovation contractor, talks about the pros and cons of different kinds of tubs. (more…)

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National Home Remodeling Month: Remodeling Before Selling

May is National Home Remodeling Month and in honor of this event, we’re talking about a common dilemma faced by homeowners who want to put their home on the market. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, one of the top home remodeling contractors in our area, explores why it’s a good idea to remodel a home before selling it. (more…)

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Tips on Using the Best Paint Color in South Carolina

According to House Beautiful, the best paint color in South Carolina is Sun Kissed Yellow 2022-20 from Benjamin Moore. This color is inspired by the yellow jessamine and feels bright, welcoming and dynamic. In today’s article, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, a home remodeling expert, explains how to use this hue properly. (more…)

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