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During a kitchen or bathroom remodel, one of the decisions you’ll have to make is whether or not to use soft close mechanisms on your drawers and cabinets.
If you’re professionally remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, you will be working closely with a designer. Your relationship with your designer can directly impact the success of the project. Here are some tips for working with your designer to get the most out of your remodel.
Homes Heart thrives on the customer experience. When our customers are happy, we’re happy. If you’re thinking about taking on a kitchen remodel, we think this customer interview will give you that “push” you need to get started.
Another happy client and another great professional relationship! We worked with Chad Heimsoth of B & C Enterprises on a recent kitchen and bathroom remodel. Needless to say, the results were amazing! We also enjoyed working with Chad and his team. We reached out to Chad to inquire about his experience with Homes Heart. We think his comments speak true to our goals as designers, professionals, and teammates. Thanks, Chad!
Homes Heart works with contractors and builders alike to facilitate the home design process. Owner of Manchester Builders, Greg Kotlowski, is just one of the builders we work with to create amazing work. To give our customers further insight as to how we work together, we decided to interview Greg. This is what he had to say…
Did you hear the news? Homes Heart has moved! While still in Crystal Lake, we’ve relocated our showroom to Terra Cotta near the city’s downtown area. We hope you’ll come and visit us…
For some, the luxury of a huge kitchen is only a dream. Unfortunately, physically increasing a kitchen’s space isn’t always an option. Thankfully, the kitchen and bathroom designs at HomeHeart have a few tricks up their sleeves to enlarge the look and feel of your kitchen without knocking down any walls. Check out these kitchen design tips and maximize your kitchen space! But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things we can do to maximize our space.
One of the first questions we ask our clients is, “what type of kitchen do you want?” Rustic? Modern? Traditional? Most of the time we receive a mixed answer, like ‘country contemporary’ or ‘modern industrial.’ The truth is that most homeowners don’t know exactly what they want until they see it. And that’s okay. This rundown of kitchen themes will help you decide which is best for you.
The kitchen is the hub of the home. It’s the center of family life and the place where friends gather for dinner parties and holidays. Not only is the kitchen the home’s central gathering place, it’s an investment in the value of your home. For these reasons, many kitchen remodels use neutral color palettes.
Is your kitchen in need of a remodel? Are you looking to redesign your bathroom? Are you interested in home design and just want some ideas and inspiration? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re in for a treat.