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Home remodeling trend brings the indoors out

 

Home remodeling trend brings the indoors out

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Home remodeling trend brings the indoors out
News from Seacoastonline.com:

If your 2015 to-do list includes buying a fixer-upper, updating your house to sell, or upgrading your home for your own enjoyment, some of the top remodeling trends to expect this year follow.

Not sure if a home remodel is the right choice for you? The 2015 Cost vs Value Report from Remodeling Magazine advises, “homeowners should do whatever home projects they want if they plan to remain in their homes for five years or longer.”

Homeowners shouldn’t worry what the return on investment of a kitchen is if they are not going to move for a decade.

Spa-inspired bathrooms

According to the National Kitchen & Bathroom Association, “2015 bathrooms should be three things: contemporary, spa-like and accessible.”

“Showers with seats and safety grab-bars, and low- or zero-barrier walk-in showers are becoming more popular in baby boomer homes,” say the experts at DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen Remodeling. “In-shower seating and safety bars are no longer considered taboo.”

The experts at DreamMaker advise that large format tiles, river rock pebbles and wood-inspired tiles will create a soothing, spa-like bathroom in 2015.

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Get a high-quality kitchen remodel without sticker shock
News from Chicago Daily Herald:

Be sure to sit down when you meet with a designer in the kitchen department of a big home improvement store — otherwise the price might knock you over.

According to Remodeling magazine, the national average for a full kitchen remodel is $ 54,909. I have never been able to get my mind wrapped around this, considering the national median income is only around $ 51,000.

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The average full kitchen remodel is defined as:

“Update an outmoded 200-square-foot kitchen with a functional layout of 30 linear feet of semi-custom wood cabinets, including a 3-by-5-foot island, laminate countertops and standard, double-tub stainless-steel sink with standard single-lever faucet. Include energy-efficient wall oven, cooktop, ventilation system, built-in mic…………… continues on Chicago Daily Herald

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