Fall is upon us . Many are happy while others may be approaching it with dread. Those sad and down trodden are individuals that suffer through a frustrating condition called allergies. While the falling leaves are beautiful and bring an array of beautiful colors to most, it brings these individuals the frustration of sneezing, sickness and so many other discomforts due to mold. For allergy sufferers, making minor changes and renovations to their homes externally and internally is a necessity.
It is very difficult in today’s society to find a good contractor that can be trusted. Many individuals look to cut corners for an easy buck. Cutting corners in a kitchen or bathroom renovation might look good on the surface but after a couple of years the results might not be what you expected. For this reason, it is always important to take necessary precautions to cover yourself. Some ways to do that is to only pay a portion of the cost upfront. Have contracts specify estimated costs. Be sure to add what is expected of your contractor and when they should be completed with the project.
While out shopping lately, have you noticed the sights, sounds and feelings of Autumn? Bathroom designs are going back to the basics and basing their designs off nature. They are using neutral and more deep colors, and the shapes featured in their designs are mimicking plants and waves, giving designs an organic, yet subtle, feel. Keeping up with the trend, Porcelanosa bath & kitchen are bringing out nature inspired designs in tile.
Ever since their humble beginnings in 2002, at Eleganza Tiles, a sense of the community has always been at their core to implement the mission of the “modern movement”. Their goal is to support and empower our customers to create their dream space. Read More
Modern lifestyle often focuses on the latest trends and newest fashions. However, “new” does not necessarily mean high quality or sophisticated taste. Breaking the mold, Carmel Stone has roots in ancient lands where construction materials have been weathering the passing winds of time for thousands of years.