Without question, the cabinets you choose for your Naples-area kitchen remodel play a huge role in the way your kitchen looks and feels. Like perhaps no other element in your kitchen, your cabinets dominate the landscape.
Every now and then, you may hear stories about remodeling projects or renovations that went off the rails, completely disrupting the homeowners’ lives. It doesn’t have to be that way when you remodel your Naples-area home.
Remodeling your Naples-area kitchen can be exciting and rewarding. It can also be a challenge, because there are lots of choices and decisions to make. Sometimes those challenges turn into frustrations for area homeowners. If you’re considering renovating your kitchen, here’s a look at some of the challenges Naples homeowners have with kitchen remodels—along with ways to keep those challenges from frustrating you.
As long-time design-build remodelers, we’ve always felt that great kitchens come about as a result of careful planning, great design and excellent craftsmanship. But every now and then, we run across fun little touches that can have a big impact on the way kitchens look, feel and funciton.
A big concern among Naples-area homeowners when considering a significant remodeling project is that costs will get out of control. Chances are, you’ve heard stores about homeowners who had projects that escalated in price to ridiculous levels. How can you protect yourself from a situation in which the budget blows up before your eyes?
We all want to get our money’s worth when we make a purchase or an investment. Investing in your Naples-area home by undertaking a remodeling project is no exception to that rule. But are there some projects that offer a better return on investment than others?
If your Naples-area home isn’t meeting your needs—or simply doesn’t look and feel the way you wantit to—you may be torn between moving and remodeling.
There was a time when “His & Hers” towels were all the rage in modern bathrooms. It was kind of a cute idea (at the time), but it fell out of favor pretty quickly. It was also a bit of a poke at men, who were often a bit less “tidy” with their towels than their female counterparts.
Some people are always looking for the latest fad. They want to be on the cutting edge, whether it’s in music, clothing, food or home improvement. If, however, you are more interested in comfort, convenience and style that will last for years, you may want to take a different approach.
If you ask the question: “What’s new in kitchen design for this year?” (whether it’s 2016 or any other year), you’ll get more answers than you can shake a tape measure at.