With their children grown and out of the home, these homeowners found their nest to be anything but empty. As their children began to bring home spouses, they found their kitchen and dining layout wasn’t accommodating the additional adults. They started to have a serious discussion about whether to move or remodel and make their home fit their needs.
At our next virtual workshop, Ron Webster is going to walk through multiple kitchen projects and how a well-planned remodel can vastly improve a room’s function.
Our homeowners weren’t planning on a kitchen remodel but when their dishwasher stopped working and caused a great deal of flooding in the kitchen, they decided it would be a good time for a remodel. They talked to several other remodelers in the area but felt like we were the best fit for their needs.
Kelsey Kimble joined Kelly Nyberg on KC Live last week to discuss some of the latest trends in kitchen design. If you are looking to update your home, check out the must-try kitchen trends including kitchen islands with butcher blocks, fun lighting, decorative hood vents and more.
The homeowners of this bungalow decided to overhaul their home and had an exterior and interior project going on simultaneously. Their exterior had seen better days and our Handyman and Paint Services team helped return the beautiful home to its original glory, take a look at the before and afters.
We are following along on the progress of this Leavenworth home remodel built in the early 1990s. The kitchen remodel will include a new layout as well as fabulous finishes. Just in case you missed it here's Week 1. The homeowners worked with Kelsey Kimble and communicated their wish list for their new kitchen.
A beautiful serene landscape awaits you as you pull into the drive of this Leavenworth home. The home was built in the early 1990s and definitely reflected the style of its generation. We’re looking at you oak cabinets, tiled floors, and the ever-popular built-in desk.
Brookside homes boast tons of character, beautiful woodwork, and a quality of workmanship you’d be hard-pressed to find in homes built today. Unfortunately, while these homes have tons of charm they were built for a lifestyle of yesteryear. This particular home’s kitchen had dated linoleum, tile counters, 1950’s cabinets and an awkward layout.
You know we couldn't stay away for long!
After a wonderful 2016 community workshop series, the team at Schloegel Design Remodel is more than ready to introduce this year's Smart Remodeling Workshops.
Express Kitchen and Bath Remodeling with Ron and Nina
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.