When remodeling a home built late 50's, the range was located adjacent to the wall in the right corner. To avoid having to move the electrical, and there really is not any where else to relocate the electric range, are there any guidelines as to the amount of space there needs to be between the range and the wall to the right? I can put a backsplash and a side splash if needed.
Turning a three season porch into more of a four season porch with out spending a lot of money. Being able to insulate to keep heat from escaping quickly.
I’m assuming you want some information on how to best insulate your room to maximize its comfort and extend its seasonal use.
Mirrors can always be used as design elements. They can add dimension to a small room by eliminating the boundaries of walls and can be used to increase the amount of both natural and supportive lighting as it virtually bounces around the room.
Mirror options go beyond silvered mirrors to include antiqued, tinted or concave or convex shapes.
Design Consultant, Gayle Jagoda, invited some friends to her house this past Friday night for drinks and eats and also to show off her new master bathroom remodel that was just recently completed. The girls had a great time!
We are having fun with the remodeling and decorating book from 1954!!
In this blog we are showing two “cellar” remodels that were high style in 1954 and one that Schloegel Design Remodel completed in 2010.
Do you think things have changed much?
One of our designers went out to measure a home so she could start drawings for new concepts of the space. Although not unusual of a house build at this time, she noticed they had over 11’-6” of kitchen cabinetry with NO countertop receptacles. There is only one receptacle in the area, and it is off to the side at the light switch location.
We are wanting to put in a pellet insert into our fireplace, plus also lower it. We have a fireplace, that has prefab/metal (cast iron or aluminum - not sure exactly. I believe that it is surrounded by wood framing. The chimney is metal pipe. The Hearth is a rock facad.
Here's a message from one of our Designers, Megan, about a new product from Sub-zero.
I visited Roth Distributing yesterday to take a look at the new Sub-zero columns that have just been introduced to their integrated refrigeration lineup. Currently, they are only available in a 27” width but will most likely be introducing additional sizes soon.
There is only one week left in the Design Sherpa “What Inspires You?” contest. Enter, and you could win $10,000, a 10-day trip to Paris while attending Maison & Objet along with the opportunity to publish your experiences to a vast professional and consumer design audience!
We're excited to see some of the entries.
NARI’s (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Kansas City chapter just recently relocated to its new offices to 8015 Shawnee Mission Parkway. Several Certified Lead Carpenters of SDR volunteered their time in the remodeling of the new office.