Having a cluttered and disorganized kitchen can be a major hassle to even the most efficient cooks. It’s not hard to get frustrated when you open a drawer and all your pots and pans lids start cascading out, or when you buy groceries only to discover you have no room left in your pantry. Instead of getting frustrated at your situation, call a kitchen contractor that specializes in maximizing storage space! Kitchen contractors not only know how to make your kitchen seem bigger than it is, they can help create a room that is not only functional but also beautiful.Details
Having a home that beckons new visitors and leaves existing guests wanting to return and isn’t something that can be bought at a big box store or found in a home design catalog. Even the best interior designers struggle to create that ‘je ne sais quoi’ of an inviting, welcoming home – it’s impossible to design feelings. A home that is welcoming to guests is one that incorporates your personality into it, and it’s one that you personally feel so comfortable in that you never want to leave. You don’t need fancy furniture or an endless budget to create that warm, inviting look; read the following 5 tips on how to make your home more welcoming to guests from our Las Vegas contractor.
If you’re as tired of looking at the same décor in your home as you are of doing your monthly budget and being disappointed with the result, it’s time to look at doing some inexpensive home improvement projects. The fortunate thing about the internet today is that there are suggestions everywhere for how to renovate your home, but the unfortunate part is that home improvement often comes with a hefty cost. The truth is that you don’t need a full bathroom remodel to feel refreshed, and your new kitchen doesn’t need to leave you with only enough to eat Top Ramen for a month. Our remodeling contractor in Henderson put together five inexpensive home improvement projects that you might not even need to go to Lowe’s for.Details
If you’ve ever been bored on the Internet, you’ve probably taken a quiz to see what your favorite color says about you as a person. Whether you scoffed at the response or felt it hit a little too close to home, the truth is that your color preferences in your home design can tell a lot about you to your friends and family. According to our Las Vegas contractor, remodeling or doing new construction is a great way to introduce a new splash of color to the kitchen or bathroom, but you don’t have to wait for a big project to change things up. Your color choices matter in not just what you’re displaying to guests, but it’s been proven in multiple scientific studies that color choices in your home design can affect mood.
Do you frequently find yourself standing in your kitchen, staring at the cabinets and wishing they looked more like the ones you saw on House Hunters last night? What about reaching into your fridge and realizing that it would much easier to cook if it was on the other side of your kitchen? Well, it might be time to hire a kitchen remodeling contractor. Although that seems scary, it’s really not! Maximizing your kitchen space and adding a touch of flair to your most-used room in the house is a purchase that benefits the whole family with minimal hassle on your end. How do you know when it’s time? Well, if any of these five signs pop up, it’s time.Details
You’ve found the perfect home, with beautiful curb appeal and a stunning new paint job – the only problem is that you don’t know what important things to look for inside the house before purchasing. Don’t worry, because we’ve got a guide for you to help make sure your dream home doesn’t turn into a nightmare!Details
Have you caught your wife eyeing the neighbor’s kitchen during summer barbecues, or picked up hints from your parents about how great it would be if they had a bathroom like yours in their master suite? It might be time to give them the best gift they’ll receive this holiday season: a remodel. Something as small as installing new kitchen backsplash can make a big splash in the eyes of your loved ones this holiday season.
You’ve found and bought the perfect house. You’ve had your trusted contractor come through and give you a gorgeous kitchen to entertain in, a beautiful master suite that your friends are envious of, and creative kids rooms that they’ll love growing up in… but your budget came up just a little short when it came time to do the bathroom. Don’t fret – you won’t be stuck staring at the painted-white tub and 70s vanity for too much longer. While we’re able to work with just about any budget, many people choose to do parts of the bathroom remodel themselves to save on costs. We’ve put together a few tips that will help you achieve your dream home spa without breaking the bank, but want to always remind you that it is best to do things that could affect the integrity of your house and your safety, such as plumbing or electrical work, with a trained professional.
It’s almost time: mid-December is coming and you’ll be preparing your kitchen for guests over the holidays any minute now. The smell of cookies baking, the sound of wine corks popping, and the sight of your friends and family smiling should be a time of no stress; unfortunately, it’s usually not. Holiday potlucks, sleepovers with cookie decorating for the young ones, and fancy Christmas meals can cause a great deal of anxiety for even the most experienced host.
While we specialize in making your dreams a reality with our amazing kitchen remodels, we also want to help you make your guests’ dreams a reality with these five tips on preparing your kitchen for guests this holiday season.
You can picture it now: your friends and family are all gathered around a gorgeous kitchen island with built-in wine rack and bar seating, laughing while the holiday decorations sparkle behind you… Only problem is, you didn’t call your kitchen contractor and your backsplash isn’t even close to making a splash.
With Las Vegas Remodel & Construction, you’ll never have this problem. We specialize in kitchen remodeling, and are here to tell you how to never have to deal with worn countertops or outdated cabinets again. One of the best-kept secrets of the kitchen contractor world is this: save money and time by remodeling over the winter.