Remodeling Design

Remodeling Design



Curbless shower, no door, bench seats at each end

Photo: Boulder Creek Neighborhoods

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Photo: Duravit

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DuraSquare, is new take on the Duravit's signature style of clean lines and precise edges.

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Marvin Windows and Doors kicks off fourth annual myMarvin Architect’s Challenge

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Marvin Windows and Doors announces it is now accepting entries for its fourth annual myMarvin Architect’s Challenge.

Photo: Averill Lehan/PAI; Designer: Anastasia Rentzos, CKD, CBD, Andros Kitchen

Photo: Averill Lehan/PAI; Designer: Anastasia Rentzos, CKD, CBD, Andros Kitchen & Bath Designs

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Each year, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) surveys its members to identify the latest design and specification trends in kitchen and bath design. This year, 350 NKBA members took part in the survey. Here are five emerging kitchen trends they identified.

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Survey shows they see environmental goals as important, but worry about getting products

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The SoHo Collection, inspired by New York's SoHo village, features clean-lined one-, two-, and three-light vanity fixtures, two-light semi-flush and three-light foyer fixtures. Scrolled arms support stylized glass opal globes accented with a contemporary brushed nickel finish. 864/599-6000.

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A good wine collection requires more than a storage room with racks. As with the fine wines that it stores and displays, a wine cellar is a delicate balance of elements, all of which can affect the quality and preservation of the wine collection. That balance is often miscalculated, says Lee Zinser, owner of Cellarworks Inc.

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Great design means fit and finish, not square footage. Get ideas on how to win consumers in the West - and the rest - with these elegant elevations and intricate interiors.

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July 2017

This Month in Custom Builder

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Silgranit, has a 10-inch-deep front apron that sits flush with surrounding cabinetry.

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Custom home builders share the red flags they look for when screening clients and deciding whether to keep them or let them go

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