Schloegel Design Remodel Supports the Susan G. Komen Foundation

On Sunday, August 8, 2010 Kansas City hosted the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The event was a big success as 27,000 participants ran in this year's race and raised over $1 million.

Schloegel Design Remodel is a huge supporter of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Our 1960’s Remodel Continued – Hall Bath Overhaul

As we make our way from the master bathroom to the kitchen, we have one more stop on the remodeling tour of our 1964 home update.

The hall bathroom was updated to reflect a combination of classic and retro styles.  This was achieved, first, by the use of Carrera marble on the walls and floor.

Shawnee couple’s kitchen gets a makeover with unique storage solutions!

We are in the middle of a wonderful remodel of a Shawnee couple’s kitchen, back hallway, laundry closet and powder room. This project has been a lot of fun. We are customizing the kitchen with storage cabinetry for small appliances (mixer, toaster, blender, etc.

Excited about the new Kohler collection

We always love to see what Kohler introduces each year at the product launch at KBIS (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show). This year, they introduced a very modern faucet collection called the “Stance” collection. Wow! We can’t wait to use it!

Baseboard burden


I have a living room that has two walls that are painted over plaster, and two walls that are wood paneling. I want to take up the carpet and put down laminate. Then I will need to add baseboard around the edge. Do I paint the baseboard to match the painted walls or stain it to match the paneling?

– Leta


I think the base should all be the same color.

Thinking About Green Remodeling?

Green remodeling is an increasingly popular route to take when taking on your new project.  Many people are surprised about how many sustainable design options are out there to choose from, all with an extremely affordable price.  There are advantages to every material that you could pick for your remodeling job.

Debby Allmon on bedroom soundproofing

Q. In 2010, I bought a home built in 1956. I love the house, however, there are noisy people who live nearby. They play their music loudly with the bass thumping late at night.

I have been out so many times in the evening searching but have been unable to locate the source of the noise.

Regretting your design? Consider remodeling.

There are a million different reasons to redesign a space. We recently read a blog that reminded us of one of the most common reasons: functionality. Does a wall in your home just not make sense to you? Or maybe a closet could be better placed somewhere else to open up a room.