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Implementing 2020 Trends Into Your Home

Posted by Michele Reed on Aug 1, 2020 8:00:00 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the last blog post, we talked about the trending colors for this 2020 year! Today, we're sharing exciting ways you can implement those trending colors into your home. Here's a little refresher on the 2020 colors: Earthy shades of greens and blues. Brown based colors like buff, mocha, and ivory, as well as jeweled tones. These are more than just pretty colors. They stimulate a sense of comfort to our brains, bringing us back to our roots with colors from the earth around us.

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Topics: Blog, Advice for Homeowners, Design Build Remodeling Naples, Interior Design, Bathroom Remodeling Naples, Estero, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling Ideas, Design Build, Kitchen Trends, Downtown Naples, Bathroom Remodel, Kitchen Design, Bathroom Features, Buying a Home in Naples

2020 Design trends: Natural Colors

Posted by Michele Reed on Jul 7, 2020 11:45:12 AM

 

 

 

 

Over the past few months, we've been taking the necessary precautions we need to ensure client and employee safety. We hope that you and your family have been staying safe during this difficult time. Before the COVID-19 outbreak, we were working diligently on a 2020 Design Trend Seminar that focused on the trending colors and styles of the new year, as well as how to implement them into your home. Since we haven't been able to gather over the last few months and enjoy each other's company while learning about these trends, we're happy to share them in blog form with you today!

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Topics: Blog, Advice for Homeowners, Design Build Remodeling Naples, Interior Design, Bathroom Remodeling Naples, Estero, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling Ideas, Design Build, Kitchen Trends, Downtown Naples, Bathroom Remodel, Kitchen Design, Bathroom Features, Buying a Home in Naples

Timeline of a Project...How long does it take?!?!

Posted by Michele Reed on Jul 25, 2018 9:08:00 AM

We’re all familiar with the message printed on the rear view mirrors of our cars: “Objects in the mirror may be closer than they appear.”  Knowing that the cars behind us are closer than they seem affects the way we drive. The same principle applies when remodeling a Naples home. The actual deadline for starting your project may be closer than you think. What is the real timeline of a project—how long does it take?

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Topics: Blog, Advice for Homeowners, Naples Remodeler, Timeline of a Remodeling Project

Exciting New Product Alert!

Posted by Michele Reed on Apr 2, 2014 6:01:00 AM

If you like the latest trend in larger tile sizes, you’ll love the newest innovation. What about a tile just over 3 ft. x 9 ft. (1m x 3m)? Unbelievably thin and available in a spectrum of colors and finishes, this new product can be installed on floors, walls, or ceilings.
Developed and manufactured by Laminam, a company known for innovative materials and unique technology, this tile is so thin it can be cut with a glass cutter. That’s right, no saw required. And, you’re not going to believe this part; it can be installed over existing tile. Yes, OVER existing tile. So, you can save on demolition labor and avoid the dreaded dusty mess of tile floor removal. Of course, this isn’t a DIY installation product, you’ll definitely want to work with experienced and trained installers on this one.
Crossville, an American based company, has partnered with Laminam to distribute this great new product to the US market. Check out the website LaminambyCrossville.com to find out more.

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Topics: Blog

Nature & Innovation

Posted by Meriam Reed on Mar 13, 2014 6:12:00 AM

Wow! Season is in full swing down here in Naples, and with all the hustle and bustle getting time for educational seminars is tough. I am so glad Nichole, Wanda, and I were able to make time to meet with Mary from Antolini last week.

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Topics: Kitchens, Blog, Advice for Homeowners, Remodeling

New This and That

Posted by Michele Reed on Jan 13, 2014 9:09:00 AM

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Topics: Blog

Jewelry for your Cabinetry

Posted by Michele Reed on Jan 6, 2014 11:18:00 AM

 

You will often hear designers refer to cabinet hardware as the “jewelry”. Coordinating your hardware to match your faucet, tile or appliances is a good way to add the finishing touch, that completes the ensemble. Like jewlery, cabinet hardware comes in an array of styles, colors and designs. Finishes that were once popular such as polished brass are now being replaced with new chrome, brushed nickel and bronze hardware.

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Topics: Blog

The Ultimate Debate: Tub or No Tub???

Posted by Meriam Reed on Nov 22, 2013 5:50:00 AM

After spending years in the kitchen and bath industry I can easily give you the top ten things I hear most often from clients. The number one topic when dealing with the master bathroom is……Drum Roll Please……..Do we really need to keep a tub?

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Topics: Blog

What is Design-Build?

Posted by Meriam Reed on Oct 14, 2013 4:41:00 AM

Lyndsey Davis, Interior Designer

NCIDQ Cert #025575 IDS

How best to explain the design-build process . . . here’s an example: I planned my own wedding just a few years ago. I did the research, browsing every bride magazine in print, and has a stack of “must haves” a mile high. I compile a list of people to contact and services needed . . . the florist, the caterer, the location arrangements, the list begins to resemble a book. Many of the items and service providers are specific to weddings, things I just don’t need on an everyday basis. Therefore, I’ll have to educate myself on provider reputations, quality of work, reliability, etc. I don’t want to find out a florist can’t deliver 2 hours before the wedding. In order to complete the necessary arrangements in time, I will have to give up every spare minute of my life for the next 6 months. And this is supposed to be a joyous time???

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Topics: Blog

The G-Word

Posted by Chris Reed on Oct 10, 2013 8:42:00 AM

Chris Reed - Reed Design Build

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Topics: Blog