Most of us have no idea when we hire a contractor if they are doing poor work, average work or great work. Yes, you may know some of the obvious aesthetic items but there are so many hidden details. We recently removed an existing shower to install a new shower and faucets. When you look… Read More»
Sometimes it is what’s on the surface that counts…
With winter winding down (even though it doesn’t seem like it right now), you’re probably dreaming of your backyard oasis or cottage retreat. Before you get your foot out of the door, take a step back to freshen up your bathroom, you’ll appreciate it during the warmer months. Spring is a great season to freshen… Read More»
Colour, in your bathroom Pantone, a company specializing in colour, announced green as the 2017 “Colour of the Year”. The specific tone of green is called “Greenery” and is said to be a symbol of new beginnings and freshness.
Lots of people who tackle a home renovation on their own end up saying “I wish I had hired someone to do this”. Quite often the job doesn’t get done in the projected timeline and finishing products end up clashing. We know that for many homeowners, the most challenging aspect of a bathroom renovation is… Read More»
Between the customer and our designers, creativity is continually used to come up with new ideas. This latest job has some interesting aspects to share that you may want to incorporate into your bathroom renovation. This homeowner had three bathrooms in the house and they all needed an update. If your budget can allow, it… Read More»
The en-suite bathroom became very popular in the 70’s and 80’s. Fast forward thirty to forty years later and there are many en-suites that need renovating. Most en-suites had small showers or basic bath tubs if they were standard size rooms. If you had a larger en-suite you probably had a big two person corner tub with jets. Some… Read More»