Vinyl siding is entering a new renaissance with American homeowners. In past decades, it was often considered the siding choice for only the least expensive homes; it is now the number one choice for new construction — and has been for over 15 years. In fact, vinyl siding is one of . . . Read more
With the constant influx of exciting new tile options on the market, the only thing limiting your bathroom remodel and tile surround is your imagination. Glass mosaics, subway tiles, and natural stones are just a few of the trendy materials showing up in today’s most stylish baths. If you’re looking for . . . Read more
From Victorian wainscoting to mid-century wood paneling to contemporary faux materials, the appearance and technology of wall panels has changed significantly. Read on to learn more about the evolution of wall paneling from simple to high-tech. A Brief History of Wall Panels Basic wall panels have been a part of . . . Read more
Whether you’ve already decided that wall paneling is right for you or you’re still weighing your interior decor options, be sure to consider these five ways that wall panels can improve your space in a big way. Here’s what you should know about wall paneling before buying. 1. Hide Your Wall’s Imperfections . . . Read more
Molding, casing and trim add a decorative element to any space, and smooth the transition from wall to either floor or ceiling.
Installing trim in your home can give it a decorative and stylized look, and there are so many options to choose from.
Subway Tiles have come a long way since their first appearance at the turn of the 20th century in the New York City underground. No longer confined to the iconic metropolitan transit tunnels, 21st century Subway Tiles offer a wide range of colors, patterns, and arrangements. In fact, there or . . . Read more
Here’s a look at some design ideas you may enjoy if you choose metal roofing.
Homeowners intrigued by learning more about the many ways you can arrange your backyard dining area should take a look at these design suggestions.
Pergolas don’t exist only in Egyptian gardens – you can install one in your backyard.