Archive for Kitchen Remodeling

Long Distance Home Remodel in Kirkwood a Hit

Posted March 26, 2015 in Residential Articles

“On a scale of one to ten, Riggs is a ten. They were available, personal, understanding, and worked with me very well. They are masters of their craft, and are super easy to work with.” -Janet Nelson, homeowner The thought of managing a long distance remodeling project can be daunting for many. After all, how […]

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Long Distance Home Remodel in Kirkwood a Hit

Posted March 26, 2015 in Residential Articles

“On a scale of one to ten, Riggs is a ten. They were available, personal, understanding, and worked with me very well. They are masters of their craft, and are super easy to work with.” -Janet Nelson, homeowner   The thought of managing a long distance remodeling project can be daunting for many. After all, […]

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The Five Things Your Kitchen Must Have to be Kid-Friendly

Posted November 11, 2014 in Residential Articles

Between grabbing an after-school snack, preparing meals or simply catching up with the family, everyone passes through the kitchen, or more accurately, the hub of the home. We are often asked to help make a family’s kitchen more kid-friendly and functional for the whole family. One of our most popular kitchen remodel projects was with […]

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The Transformation of a Traditional Clayton, Missouri Home

Posted August 13, 2014 in Residential Articles

  Eighteen years ago, Sheldon and Leslie Weinstein purchased their home in Clayton, Missouri. They loved the neighborhood and feel of the area, but the home did not feel like their own. They reached out to us to help customize the home, and make it truly one of a kind. We developed a long-term renovation […]

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2013 St. Louis Home Remodeling Trends

Posted June 26, 2013 in Residential Articles

Many homeowners are always looking for new and creative ways to improve the aesthetics of their home. From replacing the shag carpet in the living room to adding a splash of color to the front door—your options really are endless.   To help make the selection process a little less overwhelming, we have compiled a […]

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Kitchen Design Ideas for Small Spaces

Posted February 9, 2013 in Residential Articles

We believe William Morris said it the best: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. Don’t get us wrong—we love large spaces; however, somewhere along the line the word “big” became synonymous with “better” or “beautiful.” The truth of the matter is a small […]

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Kitchens and Bathrooms are the Mainstay of the Remodeling World

Posted October 18, 2010 in Residential Articles

A few years ago, about the only time we did a bathroom was when it was part of a larger project.  Even stand alone kitchens were rare for us.  Many of our additions included a kitchen and bath or we might gut a kitchen and expand it into a family room addition, but rarely was […]

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Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Still Hot in St. Louis

Posted March 30, 2009 in Residential Articles

If you plan to invest in your home but are concerned about what is happening with the economy, investing in a new kitchen or bath is your safest bet right now.   A number of our clients in the St. Louis area are doing kitchens and baths due to cost verses value, for resale.  It’s […]

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