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If you have ever been through a renovation you are probably familiar with some of the frustrations that come with the territory. If you have not been through a renovation I'm sure you have heard stories from friends or family concerning their remodels. Renovations can be stressful on individuals and relationships. Planning and communication can help eliminate some of the stress. Mike Holmes article "You’ll get renovation stress, but here’s how to mitigate it" points out that researching and educating yourself on everything there is to know about the renovation will help mitigate some of the stress.
Any type of home improvement project can provide great results, given that it is implemented properly. It can be exciting to entertain the idea of making renovations to a house, and many people take part in these endeavors every year.
In many ways, the kitchen is the heart of your home. And, like a heart, working on it is a delicate operation. Undertaking a kitchen remodeling requires a seamless blending of form and function. It has to work as great as it looks.
You might think it’s incredibly expensive to undertake an extensive bathroom remodel — and in some cases, you’d be right. But even if you don’t have the money to create an ultra-luxury spa, your bathrooms can still look great, with all the necessary amenities.
There are few places in your home that blend convenience and luxury together as seamlessly as a walk-in closet. It is both a place of storage and a shrine — keeping your clothes neatly accessible, organized, and on display simultaneously.
The basement — sometimes it can fall to the end of your home improvement list. The kitchen, living room, and bathroom: these are the rooms that tend to get priority because they are front and center to residents and guests alike.
As the world springs back to life after the dead of winter, so too is it time to inject some life into your garden.