The Build Up Blog
Before we ring in 2016, it's important to reflect on the last 12 months. To that end, we've created our "best of 2015" list below...at least, in regards to what's been viewed the most on our website.Read More
The owners wanted to update their dark, cramped master bath, which had a very small shower and a large whirlpool tub they rarely used. In addition, they wanted a large shower, more storage, more light, and a more open feel.Read More
In our other gorgeous bathroom remodeling RI post, we talked about this home in Providence that was built in the early 1900s.Read More
This dramatic bathroom transformation started with the remnants of what was a classic 1900s style bathroom. Besides the fact that the bathroom hadn’t been updated since the original construction, the claw foot tub and fully enclosed narrow shower made the bathroom feel dark and cramped.Read More
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Building a custom home is a unique kind of construction. Designing and building a home that will be used by a small number of people is not like building a shopping center or an office building to meet the needs of large groups of people.
It's hard to believe we're halfway through the summer. Before you know it, the lazy, hazy days will be over and everyone will be heading back to work, school, and regular schedules.
Of course, that's assuming there's such a thing as a "regular schedule" anymore. Considering the 24/7, hyper-connected world in which we live, the days of 9 to 5 are long over. More and more people work nights and weekends, on the go and from home...at least part of the time.
This is why having an at-home work space that's conducive to actual work is so important. Below you'll find some tips for creating that space along with a recent home office renovation we worked on.
Shelves and cabinetry are an essential element of any kitchen design. When you're renovating a kitchen, the decisions you make about the shelves will set the tone for the rest of the room.
An effective kitchen renovation involves so much more than simply making cosmetic changes that are pleasing to the eye. It also involves remodeling the space so that it's functional and safe.