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Modernizing the Classic Farmhouse Style

When you think of the classic farmhouse style, you often think of trademark features such as wooden furniture and vintage accessories. This style has been around for decades and is often considered outdated, despite its major influence on the interior design scene. Yet if you’re considering the farmhouse style for your next home remodeling project, you can totally put your own spin on it. (more…)

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Home Remodeling Etiquette & Security Concerns

Remodeling projects generally follow a certain set of rules, including whether to leave your keys with your kitchen or bathroom remodeler. Other questions like, “Should I feed workers, or at least bring them water and snacks?” are also part of the equation. These unspoken rules go beyond contracts and agreements, and the answers are often dependent on the relationship between the homeowner and the remodeler. (more…)

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What to Expect During a Remodel & How to Manage Remodeling Stress

A home remodeling project is a milestone. However, milestones can be as overwhelming as they are exciting—and your very own remodeling project is no exception. Needless to say, remodeling your home will come with challenges and stressors that you should be prepared to deal with. (more…)

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Getting on the Healthy Home Bandwagon

When it comes to home remodeling, the top priority is almost always comfort. And while homeowners and contractors alike are right in prioritizing comfort, there’s one other essential aspect that tends to be taken for granted: health. (more…)

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How Can I Make My Renovation Work for a Split-Level Home?

Split-level homes are based on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Arts and Crafts design, a very simple, comfortable and open style. Also known as divided-entry homes, they became popular in the 1940s and 1950s, when demand for suburban housing was high but the lots which were available to build on were shrinking in size. That’s why split-level homes generally tend to be small in square footage. (more…)

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What Shouldn’t Be Stored in the Bathroom, According to Experts

If you’re in the middle of a master bathroom renovation, now is an excellent time to think about storage. There are specific things that we store in our bathrooms because it’s convenient. However, according to some experts, the bathroom isn’t a good environment for many items. (more…)

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Simplicity at Its Finest: The Shaker Kitchen

Do you know what a Shaker kitchen looks like? In today’s blog post, traditional kitchen remodeling expert DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park provides a brief background about why Shaker kitchens are still popular even today. (more…)

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Going Green: Small & Simple Ways Your Home Can Help

Every day, we are given the choice to make the right decisions for the world we live in, and for the environment that sustains us. Even the simplest of things can make a difference, such as making an effort to boost your home’s energy efficiency and reduce your carbon footprint. It’s easier than you think. (more…)

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How to Boost Energy Efficiency in the Kitchen

March 30 marks the day Earth Hour is observed. Earth Hour focuses on the environment and encourages all to be more responsible about our use of the earth’s natural resources. The event means so much more than merely switching off your lights for an hour. Here’s how easy it is to do your own little part. (more…)

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Simple Ways to Reduce VOCs During a Home Renovation

When it comes to remodeling your home, there are certain things that you simply have no control over. Variables such as bad weather or backordered materials are well beyond your control as a homeowner. (more…)

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