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Pretty Tile replaces Holes in Wall!

The kitchen backsplash has been underway for a very long time.  It was actually a big shock when the backer-board started going up, covering the jagged holes that had been exposed since we started being able to use the kitchen late last fall.   1,067 more words

Subway Tiles Shall Increase The Appeal of Your House

Modern day flooring and walls are impressive with the natural stone inclusions. The natural stones like granite, quartzite, marble, onyx and some of them are very hardy and durable. 220 more words

Flooring

Kitchen Make Over: Minor Input - Maximum Effect

Today is just a quick post to share the major transformation done on a kitchen with a very conservative budget.

I consulted on this job, and what the client wanted, was to maximise the appeal and marketability of their home, without going to the expense of a complete revamp. 79 more words

Design

Modern Farmhouse Bath & Laundry Room Renovation

When you have a small house, you have to find ways to maximize your space.  The last room we renovated was our main bathroom. It’s also our most expensive project to date. 516 more words

DIY Projects

To PCI or not...

Today I was able to see the house myself and am happy with how it looks. There’s still so much outstanding and big ticket items like the leaky bathroom roof, dented flashing and roof panels and there’s still no garage door on one side and some waterproofing on doors but at least it’s coming together…if the roof isn’t done and some of the larger items that prevent the home from being habitable or used for its intended purpose I don’t think we will be signing off on PCI. 19 more words

The Build

Week 51

First, CAVS WON! I know that’s off topic but right now the city of Cleveland and the community is gleaming and smiling from ear to ear. 346 more words

bathroom

This might be my favorite room in the house. I have always wanted floor to ceiling subway tiles and with a whole lot of help from my brother in law, we made it happen.

BEFORE

Before the demolition.

AFTER

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