So what do painter's tape and sidewalk chalk have to do with kitchen and bathroom design? They provide easy and effective ways to help our human eyes imagine size and scale of items that are not physically present at the current time. This is especially useful in the beginning stages or sometimes in small projects where 3D renderings might not be worth the added time to implement. We have two real instances of how these easy tricks clarified and brought the designer and the homeowner's visions together into one cohesive strategy.Read More
... and the DreamMaker Solutions for these Fears.
Home remodeling invokes a range of emotions and unfortunately, fear is often one of those feelings. If you are an easy-going personality, always going with the flow and have an unlimited budget, then this article may not be relevant to you. Many people, in fact most people, tend to feel a little anxiety when considering a remodeling project in their home. Let’s look at 4 Remodeling Fears and the DreamMaker thoughts/solutions to each.Read More
The kitchen and bath industry, like so many others, is changing very quickly. It’s safe to say that materials and best practices are not the same today as they were just 2 years ago. It is so important to keep up with products, technology, tools and changing client needs and expectations.
Here at DreamMaker, we are big believers in continuing educationRead More
It’s here! It’s here! The 2017 National Cost vs. Value report is here!
And your response is…”so what exactly is that and how does it benefit me?” Good question. The “Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report” (www.costvsvalue.com), is made available via Hanley Wood, LLC, each year and can be useful to both remodelers and homeowners in evaluating which home remodeling projects will yield the most return at the sale of a home.Read More
Although the weather outside was a bit frightful, the DreamMaker Christmas Party pushed on Saturday night. We enjoyed a great dinner at Augie's Front Burner and maximized our private room downstairs with a few games. (Probably a good idea since SPAM carving comes with a little bit of an odor!) The pictures will reveal that we have several talented sculptors in the group andRead More
How long will it take to remodel your kitchen? Well I suppose that depends on who you ask, or more importantly, who you hire.
According to a recent survey of Houzz users, homeowners reported on average that it took 5 months!!! for the construction part of their kitchen remodel. Oh my goodness!Read More
We are one week away from September which means Fall is just around the corner (and the holidays also!). We typically schedule several classes for this season and this year we have squeezed four of them in. If you have been on the fence about remodeling and just need to understand a little more before you feel comfortable moving forward then continue reading and let us know how we can help you.Read More
You heard me right, I asked if your home is holiday-ready? Yes, I know Thanksgiving is 4 months away but now, like today, is the right time to start planning for your home remodeling projects if you hope to have them done for the holiday season.
Let's look a little more closely at what the typical remodeling project timeline looks like when contracting with DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen.Read More