remodeling in salem oregon
Sahalle Court Primary Bathroom
What a stunning transformation at the Sahalle Court home! This gorgeous primary bathroom remodel included almost an entire reworking of the floor plan. The existing walk-in closets were completely reconfigured, leaving Beth plenty of room to design a private spa-like oasis for the homeowners to enjoy. One closet was completely removed and one was reframed […]
What Does Kitchen Remodeling Cost?
Every project is unique, but these are the three most common remodeling levels: 1.) Cosmetic 2.) Pull & Replace 3.) Reconstruction or ‘Custom’. We’re going to explain each of these levels and provide general investment ranges to help you determine which is best for your needs. However, don’t feel you have to restrict […]
Bathroom Design and Remodeling Ideas and Tips
Bathroom Design and Remodeling Ideas and Tips Bathrooms can be so much more than a small room where you begin and end your day. With all the new options and amenities, a well-designed bathroom can spark joy, add convenience, and bring a sense of well-being to your daily life. Imagine a morning that includes […]
How to Make a Small Kitchen Roomy and Efficient
Dysfunctional Kitchen Updated With Clever Design The original kitchen in this 1930’s era home had received minor updates over the years. But the floor plan was still awkward and inefficient. The homeowner did her best to create more storage by using baskets tucked in corners and bags hung on the walls. Unfortunately, no matter what […]
Bathroom Remodeling: To Tub or Not to Tub?
“Do We Really Need to Keep the Tub?” Homeowners puzzle over whether they need a tub or if they can have what they really want–a drop dead awesome tile shower. In the past, the advice was to make sure there was at least one tub somewhere in the house–for resale value. But times have changed […]
Accessibility Made Beautiful: Bathroom for Now and the Future
Everyone agrees—there’s no place like home, which seems to hold true especially true as we get older. According to AARP, 85% of adults age 65+ want to stay in their current home and community as they age. Among younger people age 50 to 64, 71% are already thinking about how they might age in place. […]