Are you addicted to home renovation reality shows? You’re not alone. Who doesn’t like to fantasize about an easy home renovation that only takes a weekend and delivers perfectly finished results (complete with clean sheets and fresh flowers)?
Home is the last place you want to feel insecure. Your home is your safe haven. Your place to relax with loved ones away from the worries and stress of the world beyond your walls.
Our most rewarding renovation projects enable our clients to improve the function, beauty, value, and versatility of their homes in a way that reflects their unique personality, style, and goals.
In the dog days of August in Minneapolis and St. Paul, it can feel as though summer has already slipped through your fingers. Flowers begin to droop and home gardeners harvest their last tomatoes as September breezes in.
Nobody likes unpleasant surprises. The last time you want to be thrown a curve-ball is during your home renovation. Yet a shocking number of contractors surprise their clients with unexpected expenses, delayed time tables, and costly mistakes.
Creating a beautiful and functional kitchen design in a confined space is a challenge, but it’s possible with the right team. When we began working with Sarah Bernardy-Broman on a home renovation for Marilee and Jack, we knew she would be a wonderful creative mind to work with.
As a home renovation company in Minneapolis, we have the pleasure of working with a number of talented interior designers, including Jen Ziemer of Fiddlehead Design Group. We’ve worked with Jen on a number of projects, and she has even been a client herself!
Using Pantone’s Color of the Year is an excellent way to incorporate a current color trend into your home remodel. The 2017 Color of the Year is Greenery, which is the perfect revitalizing shade for a home renovation.
If you want to improve your home without a renovation, you’ve likely considered a few different options. Often, large, complex home renovations can seem like the only way to improve your home, but it’s possible to do with a few smaller projects.