Historic homes hold unparalleled charm and potential. If you’ve never remodeled one before, however, you may feel uncertain about where to begin: What should you preserve and what should you replace? Which quirks compromise the integrity of your structure and which are okay to keep?
Topics: Historic Home Remodeling
If you’re looking to add value to your home, you need to make sure your investment plan is solid and your home remodeling company has the experience and craftsmanship to see your project through from beginning to end.
How would you react if your contractor presented neither 3D imaging nor materials lists nor a project timeline, but assured you that he “had it all in his head”? At best, you’d be highly skeptical, but more likely, you’d fire him on the spot. Creating a checklist for any project, big or small, is a time-honored tradition for a good reason, and it’s just as important for homeowners to have one as it is for contractors.
How are Atlanta’s top designers remodeling their kitchens? It’s helpful to track trends as you prepare for your own remodel, but it’s equally rewarding to scout innovative designs that are likely to blossom into trends. Today, let’s take a tour of the top 10 cutting-edge kitchen designs in Atlanta, GA.
Historic home remodels are like treasure hunts for adults: you never know what you’ll find. Sometimes, you unearth family portraits from the early 1900’s and a bunch of old newspapers used as insulation. And other times, you uncover exquisite raw materials that would cost a small fortune to replicate.
In 1960, there were 6.9 million single-person households in the States. In 2017, that number rose to 35.25 million. Yet it may be questioned whether there’s been a significant enough shift in how we design and build houses to accommodate this rising number of single-person households. So what do these statistics mean for the average homeowner?
Today, we’ll look at some of the benefits of incorporating an ADU (additional dwelling unit) into your upcoming home remodel in Atlanta, GA.
When you think about the unfinished basement in your Atlanta-area home, it can be hard to envision what it can be. Your basement, however, can be one of the great untapped sources of highly usable space in your home. It’s one way you can add space to your home without actually adding to your house’s footprint. What are some of the options? Here’s a look at four fantastic finished basement designs that can offer inspiration.
The Master Suite in your home is a unique place. In many respects, it’s a world of its own where you can retreat, relax, and be refreshed. Of course, it takes some careful planning on your part and exceptional craftsmanship on the part of your designer/builder to ensure that the private space you create is everything you want it to be.
There are styles and trends that come and go. Some styles, however, have enduring appeal and enjoy repeated revivals. Mid-century modern design is one of those styles. But what exactly is mid-century modern design and is it right for your Atlanta home?