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A gorgeous bathroom still needs to be able to accommodate all of the basic bathroom functions. But you get bonus points if it looks and feels like a spa while you take your morning shower.
Master bathrooms can typically be split into two sections: the wet area and the dry area. Continuity and aesthetic agreement between these two hemispheres is essential to creating a cohesive design. In the featured Northeast Ohio bathroom, Cevin Cole and 7West Design made use of caramel tones on ceramic tile flooring, faux-wood wall planking, and a natural stone shower. Warm lighting from backlit wall niches completes the transformation from "everyday bathroom" to "inspired spa."
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on 07/28/2015 - 02:11 pm
Category: Building & Remodeling
Mallard's Edge is a newly developed community of homes located within the Mallard Creek Golf Club in Lorain County. The homes, constructed with 2x6 exterior walls, Andersen windows, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, were built to appeal to reasonable budgets. Waterfront views, enormous walking trails, and low HOA fees make Mallard's Edge ideal for first-time homebuyers and families looking to settle down.
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By Jaime Johnson
Owner, Perfect Home Restoration
After heavy winds or hail, it’s normal for a homeowner to shoot straight outside to see whether the storm caused damage to trees, or, worse, his or her home. One of the first things a homeowner is likely to worry about is the roof.
Some roof damage can be easily spotted. For example, finding a large limb crashed through the top of your house is a dead giveaway. But some roof damage may be visible only by getting up on the roof and closely inspecting it. That’s something you may not want to do on your own. If that’s the case, you may want to call your roofing professional.
Some damage, however, can be seen from the ground. ...
Every home has its accidents and spills, and until recently there wasn't much homeowners could do to spare their carpet from harmful moisture.
Moisture is fundamentally bad news for carpet. The backing, padding, and carpet fibers themselves absorb moisture quickly and hold a stain indefinitely. Even if you witness a large spill and react immediately, the stain will return to the surface in a day or two.
The problem is how quickly moisture is able to penetrate the top layer and evade drying from even the most diligent homeowners. That's why Tigressa's newest "H2O" offering uses a thermoplastic backing that keeps moisture on the carpet's surface. You'll still need to deal with the spill, but ...
By Alex Nemet
Owner, Northeast Factory Direct
Whether you’re furnishing an entire home for the first time or updating just one room, the process can be overwhelming. Whatever the stage of your home remodel, there are a few things to keep in mind as you head out to furniture shop.
A sofa is arguably the most important piece of furniture you’ll purchase for your home. Buy the highest quality and most comfortable one you can afford, keep it neutral, and pay attention to size. No need to overwhelm the room.
A close second to your sofa is a bed. You don’t even need to invest in a complete bedroom set; just a comfortable bed to fit the room is fine.
By Monica Guhde
Manager, Guhde Flooring America
When designing tile floors and backsplashes, it’s the little details that make the biggest impact. Most homeowners spend countless hours sifting through the endless options of available tile shapes, colors, and textures, but they often pick the grout as a mere afterthought. The color of the grout, however, can dramatically change the look of your flooring and walls.
While grout is used as a filler between tiles to bond them together and protect the edges so they don’t chip, esthetics also is a consideration as the grout can draw your eye to the beauty of the individual tiles or showcase the overall pattern.
Here are some tips to ...