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Achieving Lagom Through Home Remodeling and Design

Scandinavian style finds beauty in minimalism and functionality - a home design concept that continues to charm many homeowners. This enduring interest has paved the way for lagom, a form of minimalism that goes beyond sleek lines and neutral color palettes. Lagom is more than just a design trend; it's a lifestyle that encourages a sustainable and stress-free existence through moderation and balance. If you've always been interested in this[...]

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Why You Should Renovate Your New Home Before Moving In

You've signed the purchase and shaken hands with your real estate agent. Now the only thing left to do is pack and move into your new home. A fresh start in a new place is always exciting, but are you excited enough to move in without updating your new home first? You might want to hold off on that move and jumpstart your renovation by getting a bathroom or kitchen quote instead.[...]

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Adding Color to Your Kitchen: How You Should Do It

The enduring popularity of a monochrome kitchen is not unearned. After all, it creates a space that's timeless and effortlessly elegant. The only downside is that it's a bit too safe. And because of that fact, you've most likely seen more than your fair share of it. You can make your kitchen stand out by injecting energy and personality into - a task that's easy enough through specific colors. The trusted kitchen contractor in[...]

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Dos and Don’ts of a Good Bathroom Layout

Success in creating a lovely and functional bathroom hinges on this one fact: the space should have a good layout. A good layout is the foundation of an effective bathroom design. Your space will be safer and easier to navigate while also allowing you to choose features and optional additions that best suit your style needs Let the premier home remodel company in the area, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, lay[...]

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How to Politely Turn Down a Kitchen Remodeling Bid

As you plan your kitchen remodel, you'll likely be contacting several contractors. They'll provide bids for you to compare so you can choose the kitchen quote that best fits your needs and budget. After you've made a decision, should you inform the other prospective contractors? The short answer is yes. Here's why.  (more…)

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How to Make a Proper Bathroom Remodeling To-Do List

Whether you're planning to update only a few fixtures or do a full overhaul, a bathroom remodeling project can be complex and is best left in the hands of a professional remodeler. Before you get a bathroom quote, you first should create a comprehensive to-do list to make sure you plan your remodel efficiently.   (more…)

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Designing a Home Office? Here’s What to Avoid

In the last few years, the new normal has made dedicated work-from-home spaces a necessity. If you're thinking about renovating an unused room into a home office this summer, it helps to know which design mistakes to avoid. Top home renovator DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville explains what you need to know here.  (more…)

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3 Tips to Plan Your Kitchen Layout

Picking out appliances, lighting fixtures and other design elements for your kitchen remodel can be fun, but if you don't get the layout right, they won't function as well as they should. If you want your remodeled kitchen to be worth the investment, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville shares a few do's and don'ts to keep in mind.  (more…)

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4 Things to Prioritize in Your Home Remodel

There are so many things to consider with a home improvement project, from the home remodel cost to your choice of contractor. You may also have a hard time choosing which renovation to do first, so you need to separate your "needs" and "wants". Your "needs" may involve repairing structural issues, while "wants" may refer to cosmetic additions. To determine which you should prioritize in your renovation, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of[...]

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What Are the Pros & Cons of U-Shaped Kitchens?

A U-shaped kitchen, also known as a horseshoe kitchen, is characterized by its shape. This layout is formed by three connected walls of cabinets and counters. While it is more common in older homes and smaller residences such as apartments and townhomes, you may also find a U-shaped kitchen in contemporary homes.   (more…)

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