Last night at the 2015 Miami Valley Contractor of the Year Awards, Remodeling Designs was graciously awarded three of the distinguished awards. Hosted by the Miami Valley National Association of Remodeling Institute (NARI), we are thrilled with coming home with such great accolades. The award categories included:
- Residential Kitchen $75,000-$100,000
- Residential Bath $60,000 and Over
- Universal Design
The awards are a testament to the amazing team that we have from top to bottom. More importantly, without our amazing clients, these projects wouldn’t be possible.
Erich and Christine had the pleasure of being invited on “Living Dayton” yesterday. “Living Dayton” is Channel 2’s entertaining daytime news show from 12pm-1pm. Erich & Christine represented Remodeling Designs and talked about how Remodeling Designs can help people update their home. Enjoy the video below!
How can we help you with your bathroom or kitchen remodel?
- How to hire a contractor
- Product Trends – Cabinets, Countertops, Flooring, and Lighting
- Universal Design and Aging in Place
- The Design/Build Process
The seminar will be held on Saturday, September 13th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Springboro Dorothy Lane Market (740 N. Main St., Springboro, OH 45066) in their Community Room upstairs.
Please RSVP at (937) 438-0031 or to ChristineB@remodelingdesigns.com. Space is limited so call or e-mail today to reserve your seat!
We are very excited to be at the Miami Valley HomeWorld show February 7-9 & 14-16. The Miami Valley HomeWorld is the region’s largest and most exciting home improvement show.
The show is being held at the Dayton Airport Expo Center in Vandalia. We will be at booth #134 for the event. Make sure to stop by our booth and say hi. The times of the show are same for both weekends: Fri. 4pm-9pm, Sat. 10am-9pm, and Sun. 10am-5pm. We look forward to seeing you!
For more information on the Miami Valley HomeWorld, visit here.
Hours for the show are Friday 12pm-7pm, Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 10:30am-5pm. You can find us at Booth 120 & 121 (pictured below). If you’d like FREE tickets, email Christine at ChristineB@remodelingdesigns.com.
We look forward to seeing new faces and past clients to discuss your upcoming remodeling projects.
One of the most common complaints we hear from our clients is lack of storage space. What they don’t realize is that even owners of the smallest homes can double their storage space with some simple but creative modifications. Here are some ideas:
- Appliance garages–special cabinets with roll-down doors can hide items like toasters, mixers, and food processors to free up counter space. Extra-deep counters also make a difference.
- Under-cabinet knife slats provide a protected spot to store utensils. Existing cabinets can be replaced with deeper or taller models that reach to the ceiling. Use the top shelves for rarely used items.
- Built-in refrigerators, perhaps faced with the same materials as your cabinets, can save space in a small kitchen.
- A separate pantry, which holds many items within easy reach, is another valuable storage space. Narrow, vertical areas can provide the perfect place to store mops and brooms.
- An island can improve traffic patterns in the kitchen while adding tons of storage. Slide-in cutting boards, pot racks, even an extra sink can be built in to make a big difference. Open shelves on one side can make food preparation quicker too.
- Under-the-bed rolling drawers can hold extra clothes or linens. A built-in cedar closet can keep your woolens safe from moths. This can be created from a portion of a current closet.
- Outfit your closet with double hanging rods, drawers, shoe holders, and hooks to create a space for everything.
Bedrooms, Living Rooms, or Dens
- Window seats and built-in bookshelves can create a private nook while providing a place for books, toys, or linens.
- Appliance garages work in the kitchen, so why not in the bathroom? A “garage” houses brushes, hair dryers, combs, and can include an electrical outlet, too. Medicine cabinets can be surface mounted or recessed between studs. Custom cabinetry affords optimal use of space. Vanity-to-ceiling and floor-to-ceiling built-ins that combine open shelves and enclosed cabinets are decorative as well as utilitarian.
- While standard height for most sinks is 30 to 32 inches, most adults can use a basin more comfortably when it’s 34 to 38 inches high. The extra height allows for more storage; an extra shelf in the area below the basin, and additional drawers on the sides.
Workshops or Garages
- Here, organization is very important. A place for everything and everything in its place can make a small space seem much more spacious. Pegboards can hold hooks for tools, paintbrushes, or just about anything. Accessories can be purchased to store small items like nails; some accessories hang right on the pegboard.
With a little creativity, your home can provide up to twice as much storage space as you’re now using. For specific ideas for your home, give us a call. We’re full of ingenuity!