Posts tagged with ‘Tear down walls’

  • The Snowball Effect

    By thelandingco on December 6, 2015
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    “While we’re at it, we might as well….” or “I don’t want to regret not doing it right….” Home improvements often start out small and then blossom into much larger projects. Maybe the dishwasher breaks down but it seems silly to put a new one back in the same place when you’ve always thought it would fit better on the […]
  • Updating an Older Home for Resale

    By thelandingco on December 2, 2015
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    Does it make sense to renovate to sell? If you are considering selling your older home in the next 5-10 years, you probably have a few questions for a designer. Are you likely to see a return on the money you invest in a renovation? Designer Will Klassen likes to say that every renovation decision is a design decision.  Many […]
  • Industrial Farmhouse Renovation Launch

    By thelandingco on July 24, 2015
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    For this project, the homeowners are managing the project themselves and have already done a TON of work. They bought this country farmhouse earlier this year, and once we were into the design process and had nailed down the layout, the homeowner started the demolition. It was his fervor that really inspired us in our DIY Renovation Guide, as we saw first hand how homeowners could really save themselves a lot of money if they were willing to get their hands dirty.
  • A Tale of Two Kitchens

    By thelandingco on May 28, 2015
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    For the past month we’ve been digging into the appeal of “open concept” and today we’re going past attraction and tackling functionality. Open concept sounds easy in theory, but what happens when three spaces that were once separate rooms now have to work together? Good design is a lot more than pretty features, it’s about designs that work. Let’s look at some of the ways to make your open-concept space work.
  • Niagara’s Mid-Century Homes Gets Hit with the Renovation Itch

    By thelandingco on May 21, 2015
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    The season of mosquitos is upon us. My niece just returned from a camping trip, covered from head to toe in bug bites. As you can imagine, telling a four year old to stop scratching is next to impossible. Long warm weather weekends brings another kind of itch - suddenly what could wait all winter is urgent. The idea of ignoring the itch is next to impossible.

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