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.
Here are three of our designers -- Gayle Jagoda, Megan Lynch and Donna Kirsopp -- enjoying “Ladies' Night” at Wilson Lighting. Gayle even picked out a chandelier for her own bathroom remodel and got 20% off! She also won a $100.00 worth of Trapp Candles.
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!
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This photo shows Gabe Chiu, one of our Lead Carpenters, constructing a hollow box beam that will soon be installed in a lower level remodel that he is working on. Gabe is working on these beams in our shop while the drywall is being installed and finished on his job.
Over the years Schloegel Design Remodel has been involved in several closet makeovers. As wardrobes expand the organization of a closet becomes critical. One needs to look no further than this photo.
To protect the privacy of the owner of these feet, she is an office manager of a local design/remodel company, I will not mention her name.
The National Association of Home Builders released their 5 tips to a successful home remodel yesterday. It reminds us that Spring is a big time for remodeling, and planning is in full effect. You may even be contemplating a home or room redesign right now.
Family history will be preserved in this kitchen makeover. Sally and Don raised their children around this maple butcher block table.
We have planned a new kitchen island that will utilize this modified and renewed table as the new island counter.
Not only are we restoring a piece of family history, but we're also recycling lumber.
The Leawood Rotary club recently raised over $3500 in their annual Christmas Auction. The money was evenly divided between Marillac School, www.marillac.org and the Urban Rangers, www.urckc.org, two very deserving organizations. The photo shows the two auctioneers, Stu Sharp and Jake Schloegel, demonstrating one of the auction items.
This photo is of a house Schloegel Design Remodel recently remodeled. We converted the attic space on the left side into a bedroom with a full bathroom. Notice the snow on the roof that is still present. The right side of the roof, which covers finished space as well, is free of snow.