We are really excited to be starting a project in historical Hyde Park. This wonderful duplex was built in 1921, and still posses many of the beautiful, unique qualities found in buildings built during that era. The generous moldings, doors and trim are original.
This past year was one of the most exciting ones that we have ever had. We loved being apart of all the new
design trends, remodeling advancements, and new home improvements. The design world sure is advancing, as commented on by a few of the posts this past year.
We recently completed a lower level remodel in conjunction with Design Connection, Inc. This media room looks so inviting! What a great place to view a favorite movie or sporting event! (I’ll take extra butter!)
Did you make resolutions this year? New resolutions are all about reaching a goal that effect you in the long run. A great way to invest in your future is to let a professional with the right experience, creativity, and professionalism to help you add more value to your biggest asset, your home.
We completed this kitchen and powder bathroom remodel last year in the Brookside area. The new space features prefinished maple cabinetry with a rich sable stain that makes this space very warm and "Mince Gold" countertops were selected for their unusual veining and eye catching gold flecks.
Are you considering a design-remodel for your home? Don't forget to show some love to one of the most-used rooms in your home- the bathroom. These days, homeowners want their house to be a welcoming haven where they can relax and unwind after a hectic day.
We began working on the historical Hyde Park renovation a few weeks ago. Since the building was erected in 1921, we followed safe lead practices as required by the EPA which included the isolation of the entire building, removal and proper disposal of all debris.
I have an antebellum home and am renovating a bedroom that once had a fireplace which was torn out long ago. I'd like to install a vent-free gas log set in this room, but I do not want to put it in a cheap pre-fab vent-free firebox, but hope I can build a real- looking firebox from real firebrick inside a chase that looks like a real interior chimney.
We completed this kitchen remodel earlier this fall and it was such a delight to see that our homeowners are enjoying it and having fun with holiday decorating in their new space! We love the red décor with the cream/blue/gray colors of the kitchen.
Our own certified remodeler and vice president here at Schloegel Design Remodel, Debbie Allmon, was recently featured in the Kansas City Star, answering a reader's questions about Mexican tile. The reader's asked:
When my house was built, Mexican tile was put in the front hall, in concrete, over a subfloor.