At Reno Renovators, we know that proper planning, designing and preparation are essential to any kitchen or bath remodel. When it comes to your home, you want a remodeling project to go as smoothly as possible, and that’s what we want for you and your family, as well.
To save money, you want to consider making the changes that have the greatest impact first – the things that will get the most bang for your buck. Things like paint, flooring, lighting, and arrangement and existence of appliances and furniture. A fresh coat of paint can quickly and economically update, brighten and enhance a home. Hiring a contractor is usually smart for plumbing and electrical work, as well as for complicated tile jobs or ones that require tearing out walls.
Choose tiles with colors like grey, black, white or brown to make your bathroom feels a more contemporary and modern. Tile … Read More
Built-in linen cabinet in the hallway was built with this older cottage. New paint and hardware freshened it up.
The Republic West Remodeling Home Tour will showcase some our latest home remodeling projects and give you an inside look into how we’ve transformed the houses of our beloved customers into their dream homes. We are committed to providing a great experience to you throughout the entire remodeling process – from creative design to detailed planning to execution and construction. We do this by adhering to a strict set of guidelines that serve as the foundation of our process.
A popular trend is to splurge on granite countertops. Because the bathroom counter is so small, the investment is often fairly low compared to what you’d spend on kitchen counters, for example. If your budget is constrained, you want to convert the existing toilet, bath and shower so they’re easier and safer … Read More
It is common for a house owner to see the gorgeous display kitchens at an IKEA retailer that seem to cost only a few thousand dollars, and to conceive that IKEA price tag represents something it cannot: the cost of a new kitchen.
However my in-legal guidelines have hardwood, and each time I’m over there my Mother-in-regulation follows me round with tea towels and paper towel cleansing up the ground after I do something. She’s an especially clean particular person and hates seeing a fleck of dust anywhere, but I think policing the wood floor in her kitchen sucks a number of the joy out of getting me prepare dinner for her…. Perhaps if I may select anything I would decide two colours of tile in a pattern that will obscure mess, and have in-ground heating to heat it up. When I win the lottery.
Renovations are robust! Give your … Read More
Each project has so many decisions to make; and it can feel like the most challenging decision is which materials to pick.
Here’s an extreme close up of the floor tile. Can you see the texture? I ran across this tile at The Tile Shop and liked it far before I even realized I’d actually end up using it. Months later, I brought home a sample for my master bathroom, nixed it, then it sat and collected dust until I had an ‘ah ha’ moment and realized it was perfect for the guest bath.
Don’t forget the ceiling color! It doesn’t always have to be white. You can use a darker or lighter shade of the wall color, or a contrasting color. Dark colors are good if you have a high ceiling which is out of proportion to the room size: this sometimes happens where a bathroom has been squeezed … Read More