A lot of people choose to live in the Naples area—at least in part—because of the great beaches. And while we have an abundance of great local beaches at our disposal, it’s simply not practical to spend all of our time at the beach. But that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a little bit of the beach home with you—and incorporate it into your home. Here’s a look at 6 absolutely gorgeous beach-inspired home renovations to provide ideas and inspiration for your home remodel.
Sometimes Naples homeowners are under the impression that in order to make a significant change in their homes they have to undertake a huge remodeling or renovation project. Of course, that can involve spending a significant amount of money. But that's not always the case. Let's take a look at some cost-conscious upgrades for Naples homes that will leave you with some extra cash in your bank account—while improving the comfort (and value) of your Naples home.
It’s no big secret why people love the Sunshine State—especially this time of year. Let’s face it: we all take a little bit of pleasure reading the weather reports from up North—from the comfort of our decks in the winter. But just because we don’t face the harsh winter weather doesn’t mean our homes are free from the need for regular maintenance. Here are nine things you should do each year to protect and preserve your Naples-area home.
Most homes have one: That room where unwanted things go to die—or at least to be hidden from sight for a while. Maybe it was a kid’s room at one time. And maybe it’s not really a “junk” room, but it’s certainly not living up to its potential. How can you get the most out of that extra room? Sometimes homeowners look at remodeling as a way to expand their living space. But sometimes the real issue is extending the usability of the space that's already there.
Remodeling space in your Naples-area home can make that space much more usable and comfortable. But even when the structural work is done, you've probably got an additional task in front of you. How should you finish the room to make it more usable and welcoming? How can you create a room that captures your personality?
When it’s time to remodel your Naples-area home it’s easy to want to jump right into the details. Figuring out finishes, and flooring, and countertops, and hardware is where a lot of the fun is in the whole remodeling process. The good news is that you can immerse yourself in all of those glorious details when you visit our Design Center (click here to take a look around). Before you get to that level of detail, however, there are some big questions about your remodeling project that you should ask first. Here are five of them you should consider.
One of the biggest challenges when remodeling your Naples-area home is how to get the maximum “bang-for-your-buck” from the project. The materials you use can make a big difference in the outcome. For example, if you’re considering a kitchen remodel, you’ll want to pay attention to your countertop materials. An even bigger concern, however, is maximizing the space you have. How can you make the most of your floor plan when remodeling?
Because of it’s welcoming weather and many other amenities, the Naples area is an extremely popular place for people to retire. A lot of residents have arrived in the area early in their retirement years and enjoy the activities the region has to offer immensely. But what will happen in a few years?
It’s been said that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. When it comes to your Naples-area home, your entryway is often the first impression guests have of your house. Here are a few different ways to use elegance and luxury (and a dash of personality) to create a grand entryway in your Naples home.
If you’ve been in your Naples-area home for a while you may be feeling like it’s time to make a change or two. It’s possible to get so comfortable in your own home that it actually becomes uncomfortable. You can live with a nagging problem so long that you just come to accept it. Or you hardly notice your surroundings anymore because they’re just a little too familiar. Maybe you’ve even thought about moving out and starting all over again—just for a change.