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Exploring the Pros & Cons of Acrylic Showers

When it comes to bathroom remodel projects, it seems that one can never go wrong with acrylic showers. After all, this type of shower enclosure is among the most commonly used. But is it the right choice for your bathroom? In this article, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park highlights some of the pros and cons of acrylic showers. (more…)

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How to Design a Shared Kids’ Bedroom

When it comes to kids, a shared bedroom can be tricky terrain to navigate. The good news is that a shared bedroom between two (or more) kids is a feat that can be successfully pulled off with strategic planning. In this article, interior remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park® gives tips on designing a shared kids’ bedroom. (more…)

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Should You Move Out or Remodel?

Times change and so do your priorities as a homeowner. Should the time come when you feel that your current residence no longer caters to your needs, you have two options: either move out or remodel your home. But how do you determine which move is best for you and your family? In observance of National Home Improvement Month, home renovation company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park makes[...]

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How to Choose a Shower Enclosure for Your Bathroom

It might not seem like a complex task, but choosing a shower enclosure for your bathroom actually takes a bit of discernment. In other words, it can get confusing, especially when you don’t have a clear idea of your shower enclosure options. To help you choose, bathroom remodeler DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park explains the most common types of shower enclosures. (more…)

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Why Breakfast Bars Are a Boon for Kitchens

Many homeowners immediately think of adding a kitchen island when planning a kitchen renovation project. However, not all kitchens are designed to accommodate a kitchen island. The good news is you still have another similar option: the breakfast bar. (more…)

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Should You Move Out During a Remodeling Project?

Deciding to remodel your home is a major decision. However, the decision-making doesn’t end there. As the homeowner, you’ll encounter a plethora of questions that need answers. A majority of these questions involve matters of style and design, such as the type of countertop you prefer or which architectural theme best suits your lifestyle. However, some concerns that need to be addressed have less to do with aesthetics and more[...]

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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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