Rhode Island Renovate Bathroom

The best way to inject freshness back into your bathroom is by redoing the walls. Tile wasn’t made just for the floor! Consider these: Accent tile above the vanity adds a bit of glam at a low price. White subway tile is a classic look that can be paired with any other patterns or colors. … Continued

Want to Finish Your RI Basement?

 Dehydrate the space The worst place to hang out is a damp and drippy basement. Inspect your basement first to be sure there are no obvious pools of water or leaks. A few more tests include: Inspecting for water or insect damage in the structure of the basement. Repairing cracks in the foundation or around … Continued

House Clutter Gone in your RI House

Did you know that clutter can actually impact your mood? At least, that’s what JB Jackson Solutions of Rhode Island says and how clutter and impact your Everyday Lives and Families, they recently found when they explored the relationship between Rhode Island families and their belongings. Particularly for women, stress levels go up when there … Continued

Create Awesome Front Doors for your Rhode Island Home

If only your front door looked as good as the day you installed it. But it deals with a lot of foot traffic and may be showing its years. Don’t worry! The simplest way to make a new statement is to paint it a new color. Here are some other ideas: Install a door that … Continued

Yard Sales Still Worth It?

It seems like yard sale signs are always popping up! People use yard sales as a way to sell items around their home that aren’t getting used and are causing clutter. This is a great opportunity for you to get your hands on furniture, electronics, housewares and more at a bargain. Here are some of our … Continued

RI Home Inspectors the Good & Bad

  If you’re hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy, or you’re a seller trying to find out if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market, here are five things you need to know: 1. You can choose your home inspector. Your real … Continued

Make Your “Small Kitchen” Fun

Many people complain about small kitchens but tiny spaces aren’t always to be dreaded. If you’re selling your home and your kitchen is, well, compact, know that you can find ways to achieve big appeal with a little creativity. Bring in the light. Sometimes small kitchens can be dark, making them feel even smaller. But … Continued

Is Kitchen Clean Up, When Selling.

When it comes to selling a home, a kitchen clean up pays. You don’t have to do an expensive remodel to make your kitchen appealing to buyers. If you’re starting with a good kitchen space, then making a few inexpensive modifications can help you get your home noticed and sell for more money. Here are … Continued

Successfully Moving Barns Doors Inside, (How to Get the Look)

b If it seems like what was dismissed as a flash-in-the-pan trend has stuck around a lot longer than many of us predicted, you’re right. Barn doors are now becoming a staple in homes from new construction to renovations for their unique appeal and space-saving properties. If the word “barn” is turning you off, rest … Continued

Thinking “New Kitchen” Do it Wise!

At an average of $50,000, a kitchen remodel is a major undertaking. A good return on that investment means different things to different people. You may be considering resale value, your bank balance at the moment, the elements of your dream kitchen-or all of the above. Whatever the case, kitchen cabinets are a key component … Continued