Posts Tagged "bathroom remodel"


Are you looking to swap out your old bathroom vanity faucet for a more modern look? It doesn’t matter if you are making this one change or taking on an entire remodel, you don’t want to make a poor decision. Here are three tips for choosing the right bathroom vanity faucet: 1. Match the type of faucet to the vanity. Do you need a single-hole faucet? How about a widespread mount? What about a standard three hole setup? There are many...

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Are you looking for a way to add value to your home? If so, you may want to consider a bathroom remodel. Not only will this increase the value of your home, but it will make it a more enjoyable place to live. And that is the best of both worlds. Like many, you may find that a bathroom remodel project will cost you too much money. As frustrating as this may be, consider the following: there are changes you can make to save money on...

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Marsala


Posted By on Jan 30, 2015

The announcement of the Pantone Color of the Year, Marsala, is always an exciting time for designers of all stripes.  Pantone determines the shade that most represents the current cultural mood, and creative thinkers from graphic design to fashion have fun forecasting the choice, then analyzing it once it is made. This year’s color is Marsala, a brown-red.  Personally, I was quite surprised by the choice, as I had not noticed this...

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By Mylene Thomas and Jessica Cannon Your 203(k) renovation can still meet your style standards. This renovation was an overhaul of the entire home including, but not limited to, the plumbing, electrical, dry wall, painting, existing bathroom, kitchen, and exterior. What made this job particularly interesting was the installation of a full master bathroom within a master suite in what was originally just an attic space. The additional...

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Mold. Ewwwww….


Posted By on Mar 9, 2012

By Mylene Thomas You’re approved for your 203(k) loan and you’ve picked a contractor and you’re ready for the inspection prior to signing all the paperwork and starting construction. Then there’s mold. The big national contractor of all people has said, “No way. No how. No mold abatement or remediation here.” Well, heck, now what? You’re supposed to go to closing in a week and this was the contractor and this was the inspection and...

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