Over the last ten years we’ve watched interior color schemes change from deep earth tones to bright, bold colors and prints contrasted with crisp black and white spaces completely void of color. 2012 marked the start of a transition from … Continue reading
It’s a confusing world out there. You want to remodel your home and you have some idea of what you want, but is it a good investment? It seems like every week there’s a new article about the latest in remodeling trends: new luxury features, new design fads, or the latest decorating colors. However, when I speak with clients, the majority of them aren’t interested in chasing the latest trends. In fact, it’s usually just the opposite: they want to remodel their homes so that the renovations enhance the home’s value – not just today, but in 10 years as well. Continue reading
While home designers agree that particular paint colors will be trendy in 2012, they don’t always agree about what those colors are. One thing is for certain, though, neutral colors remain popular because they’re so versatile. On the other hand, paint is easy to change so if you crave color, you can reserve neutrals for sofas and other expensive items.
With today’s economy, many homeowners are economizing on their remodeling projects, going for smaller renovations like bathrooms or focusing on repairing roofs or siding. However, a remodeling project that is in-tune with what today’s homeowners are looking for can really give a boost to your home’s resale value. Here are some of the 2011 remodeling trends.
Kitchen Renovations and Reconfigurations – Before and After Remodeling your kitchen by removing a wall creates a feeling of “more room” without the need for adding on to your home. It also creates an open floor plan, which is highly … Continue reading