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Top 5 Pieces of Outdoor Art to Spruce Up Your Patio

Apr 27, 2012 by Outdoor Art Pros

Have you taken a good look at your patio and finally realized that you are really not putting this space to good use? Your deck or patio should essentially be an extension of your home, and with the right outdoor décor, it can be. Here at Outdoor Art Pros, we have all the right pieces that will make this space as inviting, comfortable and memorable as the rest of your home.

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5 Trends in Bathroom Retreats

Apr 04, 2012 by MeCC Interiors

Though overall renovation budgets may still be on the wane, master ensuites seem to be one place where compromise and economy are secondary to luxe finishes. Hotel inspiration is common, with features such as TVs integrated in mirrors , door-less showers, and ultra high-end finishes being coveted.

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The Lighter Side of the Kitchen

Jul 29, 2008

The great debate in real estate often comes down to the “can I live with it?” question. Buyers look at a home that may not be set out the way they’d dreamed, but they can envision “living with it” for the time being – at least, until they can afford to change it. This was the way this North Vancouver family approached their home, a beautiful space enveloped …

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5 Bathroom Design Trends for 2012

Mar 06, 2012 by MeCC Interiors

The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), a non-profit trade association that has educated and led the kitchen and bath industry for more than 45 years, conducts an annual member survey to identify the latest trends in bathroom and kitchen design. Based on 350 responses throughout Canada and the United States, here are five (5) bathroom trends for 2012. Note that four (4) of the trends also cross over to Kitchen Design.

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Heritage Home Rehabilitation

Apr 01, 2008 by Bryant Renovations

When the owners of this late 19th-century home felt like their space was getting too cramped for their family’s needs, they called Bryant Renovations to help them open it up. An underutilized attic and chopped-up main floor were their main concerns. Bryant Renovations’ designer suggested removing the walls, while retaining the home’s heritage features.

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Kitchen Remodel Transforms Quality of Life for Mobility Challenged Homeowner

Jan 31, 2012 by Kitchen Magic Custom Refacing & Cabinetry

Kitchen Magic was asked to create a functional kitchen for this wheelchair bound homeowner who lived alone and had struggled with inaccessible space for many years and was greatly limited when working in the kitchen.

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Revamped 80's Family Room

Jan 16, 2012 by Clements Interiors

Problem: An outdated 1980’s family room with an awkward rounded fireplace with ineffective storage using up an entire wall in the room, has two entrances which divide the room in half.

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