How to get the best bang for your remodeling buck By Erik J. Martin When you put money into the stock market, it’s inevitable that some of your chosen stocks and funds are going to outperform others you picked. And it’s practically impossible to predict ahead of time […]
It’s difficult to argue with the logic of universal design. If a home can be designed to be safer, ergonomically superior, easier in which to maneuver, more intuitive and, in general, equally efficient for a healthy 10-year-old, a fully capable 35-year-old, a 55-year-old with arthritis, a blind 75-year-old or a mobility-challenged 100-year-old, why not do so?
Open floorplans are high on many homeowner’s wish lists. When you remove walls, however, you also get a sweeping view of the space – as well as a clear shot of the dirty dishes.
Why remodeling remains hot
The best part of renovating a bathroom? Picking out the colors, finishes, patterns, and shapes of everything from the flooring to the drawer pulls. Adding to the excitement is figuring which trends could work for you. Here are a few making headlines today—and some that don’t quite cut it.
Choosing the right tub for your bathroom renovation.
Why your next kitchen remodel should be driven by the way you cook.
Which home updates will pay off when it’s time to sell?
Candis and Andy Meredith offer up their top tips to restoration and renovation.
Candis and Andy Meredith offer a look inside their adoration for old home and the top tips to restoration and renovation.