Four Tips to Make Your Home Beautiful on a Budget

By |June 16th, 2015|

Making a home look like it was designed by a designer is always believed to cost a backbreaking fee to achieve. With home fixtures getting more expensive every day and interior design fees not necessarily getting cheaper, that great-looking home may be perceived as out of reach. But as most design TV shows illustrate, there […]

Tips for Renovating a Ready-Made House

By |May 25th, 2015|

With the housing industry in the upswing, many homes are available for purchase with the complete amenities. Instead of building a new house and purchasing new land, buying a ready-made house has a lot of benefits and perks. First of all, the paper work of the house is already intact and cleared. Banks are also […]

Tips for Renovating an Old Restaurant

By |May 18th, 2015|

Restaurants in general thrive by perfecting three things: the food, the service, and the ambiance. With food, you can hire the best chef and research and development people to prepare the best culinary dishes and to innovate every quarter to make sure the place always serves something new. For service, training always plays a big […]

Renovating for Empty Nesters

By |May 11th, 2015|

There is nothing happier for parents than knowing that after years of caring for their kids, the house are again theirs for the taking as the children leave the home for college or are moving out to live on their own as they pursue their careers. Suddenly, the house that’s filled with clothes, computers, and […]

What to Renovate Before Selling Your Home

By |May 4th, 2015|

Most people just clean their homes before putting it up for sale. This is fine if the property they are selling is in very good condition—working bathroom, nice kitchen,  no holes in the ceiling, etc. However, if you are selling a house with several defects, or looks really faded, then you may not be able […]

Renovating with a Baby on Board

By |April 27th, 2015|

No two pink lines change people’s lives than those seen on a pregnancy test. Suddenly, a team of two becomes three and the ascent to babyhood continues to affect their lives in more ways than one, especially in the place where they live.

With it comes the wonderful and stressful reality that renovation moves from […]

Common Mistakes During Renovation

By |April 20th, 2015|

Renovating the home is one of the most fulfilling and most stress-inducing activities a homeowner can do. It brings out the Kraken in the most well-meaning of people not just because of the details but of course, the great money that is involved in accomplishing it. But no matter what, there is no greater joy […]

Going green: Tips to Have a Sustainable and Environment-friendly Home

By |April 13th, 2015|

Going green when it comes to renovation is not just a worthy trend to pursue, but is a long-term commitment to build a home that is a joy to live in while preserving the environment. Unknowingly, our homes conjure so much pollution and waste and contribute greatly to the current global warming problems.

By going green, […]

Five Best Apps for Home Renovations

By |April 6th, 2015|

As they always say these days, there’s an app for everything, home renovations included. Thanks to advances in technology and the accessibility of more mobile devices, more and more people are going online and discovering the many apps that make life much easier with just one swipe.

For those deep who are thinking of doing home […]

Guide for Renovations: Top Five Websites to Visit

By |March 30th, 2015|

When it comes to renovations, nothing beats visual cues. And if ten years ago cutting magazines and placing the cut-outs on big corkboards are all the rage, today, going online is the way to go. With something as quick as a click, homeowners have access to thousands of design cues from wall paint to home […]