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You Can Never Go Wrong With These 5 Kitchen Design Trends Before we dive in the hottest kitchen design must-haves, let's consider that the kitchen has always been considered to be the “heart of a home.” Besides enhancing your lifestyle and enjoyment, having a...
The 5 latest bathroom trends you may want to consider for your remodeling project. Need some bathroom remodeling ideas to freshen up your current space? The key to any bathroom remodel is complete functionality, but creativity has become a large part of a remodel. ...
When Capital Renovations Group begins a home remodeling project, one of the top priorities is making sure our clients avoid a dusty, dirty mess and can live comfortably in their homes during a renovation. Since studies show that about 90 percent of homeowners want to...
Create a mood with color
Color is one of the key elements of design, and its use is somewhat complex. Different hues convey particular emotions, and choosing the appropriate color palette can add significant value to an interior design project.
Tips for selecting the right palette
Using an infographic can help you simplify this complicated process of selecting the right colors for your home. Capital Renovations has a complete color infographic focused on designing for the home which can be downloaded at crenovations.com/colors.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holidays behind us, it’s a great time to start planning your remodeling project. Depending on the size and scope of your project, it can take several months to complete designs, product selections, budget estimates, trade bids and permitting.
If you have hopes of building that spectacular outdoor living space or renovating that outdated pool in time to enjoy this summer, you better get started now.
You can make your kitchen more beautiful, more functional, and better organized than ever. And let’s face it, we’re spending more and more time in our kitchens. For many families, the kitchen is literally the hub of the home. The top three kitchen trends for 2015 are:
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve noticed incandescent light bulbs have been disappearing from store shelves.
The phasing out of traditional bulbs means we’re seeing more compact fluorescents (CFL) and, lately, more LED light bulbs.
Today we’re looking at the LED offerings I could find locally.