You may have seen our post “How to Prioritize Rooms to Remodel.” There’s no doubt it can be a tough decision on what to remodel first. Rather than wrestle with that decision, some of our clients take on a whole home renovation. Then the trick becomes surviving the project!
Showers can be an awesome experience to either start your day or to wind it down after a challenging day. We wrote earlier about Five Grown Up Shower Designs We Love. Among those top five were walk in showers and they make so much sense.
As you’re considering home remodeling projects, you have some options. You can do-it-yourself, hire individual contractors, or hire a professional remodeler.
As we move into the cooler weather and holiday season, my mind wanders to thoughts of home. Usually, my accent gives it away that I’m not from around these parts. Sometimes I jokingly tell people I’m from South Texas. Oddly, they never believe it. So I thought I would take this opportunity of personal reflection and share with you some information about where I am from and how it is a little different from Dallas.
I’m sure, just like us, you are coming off the tour of the homes you took during the holidays. It was wonderful to connect with everyone and enjoy the food and festivities.
Even during the holiday frenzy, I bet you’ve picked up a few decorating and remodeling ideas during these trips. With so many ideas and possibilities, it’s always tough to determine which project should come first—there are so many ways to sift and sort your ideas.
Here are my thoughts on prioritizing your remodeling projects.
I recently wrote about popular designs of rustic cabins, and this is a deeper look at log cabins, which are certainly rustic but can also carry quite a bit of creative flair and comfort.