Posted on: December 2, 2016

In my last blog I explored the Noir and Holistic color palette’s by Sherwin Williams.  In this week blog I’m going to discuss the last two Colormix palettes: Intrepid and Unbounded. The third collection is more energizing; Intrepid is characterized by the popular mantra “You Do You.” It is bold and vivid with a feisty…

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Main-Level Remodel: A Client’s Perspective

Posted on: November 4, 2016

In a previous blog on Surviving a Remodel we interviewed a family in Springfield who recently had their kitchen completed. This Fairfax Station household transformed the main-level of their home, opening up choke-points throughout. Their kitchen was expanded for entertaining greater functionality was created throughout the kitchen, mudroom, pantry closet, powder room and dining areas. In similar Q…

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Surviving A Remodel: A Client’s Perspective

Posted on: October 21, 2016

We asked a few of our clients to share with us what their remodeling experience was like, and any tips they have for homeowners considering a renovation. Below are the answers we received from a homeowner in Springfield who recently remodeled their kitchen with Sun Design. Q: What was the main reason you wanted to remodel? Our house…

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Choosing the Best Floor Plan for Your Family

Posted on: August 12, 2016

When we think about remodeling our home, often what comes to mind is a classic image of a plain room transforming into a gorgeous picturesque open space, straight out of a magazine. Yet underneath the glamour there is another important piece to a remodel for every homeowner, and that is functionality. The greatest priority for…

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Zoning Restrictions and Your Addition

Posted on: July 15, 2016

More and more people are aging at home and main level suites are one of the easiest ways to begin preparing for this transition. Adding a master suite to the main level of your home can be done through reconfiguring your current floor plan or adding an addition. When we sat with Rusty and Lisa…

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The Model Energy Code – How it Pertains to Your Addition

Posted on: June 3, 2016

Additions and renovations are required to meet the same strict codes as a new home would.   Being able to design creatively while still working within these requirements requires a knowledgeable team of architects and designers. What is the Model Energy Code? The Model Energy Code (MEC) contains energy efficiency criteria for new residential and commercial…

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5 MORE Tips For A Stress Free Remodel

Posted on: July 1, 2015

If you’ve already read our top five tips for a stress free remodel, you’re well on your way to a calmer, more easeful remodeling relationship.

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5 Tips for a Stress Free Remodel

Posted on: March 1, 2015

Remodeling is stressful. Here are our top 10 tips, under the best of situations, for a stress-free remodel!

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