NARI’s 2019 Spring Remodeled Home Tour is One For the Books!

The National Association of Remodeling Industry’s (NARI) Spring Remodeled Home Tour is Saturday, April 13 from 10 – 5 and Sunday, April 14 from 11 – 4. To say we’re excited about the tour this year would be an understatement. We have two whole house projects on the tour this year and they’re so good both of them have recently been showcased in local design magazines!

The March Spaces Issue Features the Ward Parkway Renovation

We are so excited to see The Ward Parkway Renovation project featured in Space’s March issue! Andrea Darr did a brilliant job writing about the amazing home and its wonderful owner Jen Anton. Not to mention the fabulous photos by Judy Revenaugh. Designer Megan Bringman along with Amy Boeshaar helped bring Jen’s visions become a reality.

Amy Boeshaar and the Haskins Discuss How an Accessible Bathroom Makes a Big Impact

Amy Boeshaar was recently on KC Live discussing our 2018 Big Splash project and was lucky to have Nanette and Garrett Haskin join her.

Selecting a Recipient
This is the eighth year in a row Schloegel has been able to give away a bathroom. Each year we take nominations, which are made by a health or professional provider.

Red Flags That Signal You’re Working with the Wrong Painter

Not all professional painters are the same, and you don’t want to get stuck working with the wrong painter. If you’re contracting a painter for your home remodel, here’s how to spot an unprofessional paint service.
Lack of Detail in the Contract
Some contractors out there intentionally leave out the extent of work that needs to be done on your home in order to produce a quality paint job.

How to Choose the Right Color Palette for Your Home

Picking the right color palette for your Kansas City home can be one of the trickiest aspects of renovating and decorating. Making the right choice of palette requires endless hours of trial and error, which is not something many people have time for.

Utilizing color is such a critical aspect of designing your space, and by picking the right tones, you can transform your Kansas City home into a newer, fresher space.