Sure, you've got color, texture, furnishings and lighting to worry about when creating the perfect style for your space. Have you considered, however, using doors as design accents? Whether interior or exterior, a door may be just the "pop" of uniqueness you need to complete the look of a room.
We are very excited to announce the addition of an in-house interior and exterior painting services division here at Schloegel Design Remodel! Painting is a huge part of every job, and when done correctly, enhances everything from the installation of the drywall to the trim on the walls.
When it comes to exterior doors, function, security and style are all important. Learn from Property Solutions Manager Charlie Schloegel and Todd Havermann of Kansas City Millwork Co. as they walk you through some of today's exterior door options.
Sliding Patio Door vs.
Choosing a paint color can be overwhelming in itself - never mind picking the right sheen. Watch as Schloegel Designer Nina walks you through the best places to use various sheen options in your home.
Flat paint offers a matte finish and with little to no shine.
Induction stovetops may not be in every kitchen yet, but they come with serious benefits. Designer Gayle Jagoda breaks down how induction cooking works, as well as the advantages to taking the heat out of the kitchen.
How It Works
Induction cooking is very powerful at heating compared to gas and electric coils, Gayle explained.
It will be the greatest "before & after" story ever told.
Schloegel's designers have selected their "trash" from Habitat Restore - on Saturday, April 2, stop by to see the "treasure" they've created.
TRASH TO TREASURE DIY CLASS
Saturday April 2nd - 11: 00 a.m.
Waldo Habitat Restore
303 W. 79th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Here are the "before" pictures of the "trash".
Here are some final pictures of the duplex remodel—we have not shown the finished kitchen on the second floor before.
We thought it would be fun to look at both kitchens side-by-side. Both before pictures illustrate the strong need to remodel those kitchens.
While visiting a job site yesterday, I came across this repair job on a hot water flue. (Please note that we did not make this repair, it was done previous to our arrival on the job.) The repair is an old Folgers coffee can clamped around a furnace flue pipe.
Debby Allmon of SDR presents a check to Roxanne Hill, the Vice President of Development
for The Children's Place, an outlet for the youngest survivors of abuse, neglect and trauma.
Debby was the chairperson of this year's NARI Remodeled Homes tour. Proceeds from the tour were donated to the Children's Place.
Here's are a few updated before-and-after photos from the bathroom remodel mentioned in our May 3rd post, "A Troubled Tub."
What do you think? Leave your thoughts in a comment!