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The Scoop On White Kitchens

White kitchens have definitely stayed a trend for homeowners over the last 20 years and is continuing to rise for the next few years to come. All white kitchens tend to have a timeless quality and are almost able to camouflage their age. Since it is such a universal color, white is appropriate for any style of decor, whether it’s traditional Victorian, modern contemporary, retro and vintage, mid-century, or industrial. The versatility is another reason why white kitchens are so popular, it tends to be appealing to most people due to being both basic and bold, vivid and dramatic and not too flashy. They could also be considered a template for additional personalization if you choose, such as adding colored accents or material to make the space your own.

While white kitchens aren’t going anywhere, expect to see a rise in color, especially other neutrals like gray and blue. Warm wood tones are becoming a popular replacement for painted cabinets. The two-toned look started catching on in 2017, in which cabinet colors were mixed and matched in the kitchen. For example, the bottom cabinets might be a darker color, such as gray, and the upper cabinets then all in white. Having a color that is bolder for the kitchen island contrasts the rest of the kitchen and makes a statement. This is why white has many benefits because then you can play with color in unique ways. White is such a basic color, that you can go along way with design and it also makes the space feel light, airy and clean. White can also make your small space look bigger than what it really is.

In kitchen remodeling, cabinets receive the highest allocation. They take up a lot of real-estate and are costly to manufacture and install. White cabinets avoid the decision of having to select a wood finish that dates a home quicker than is needed. You can also rest easy knowing that your kitchen can easily be updated with accessories and appliances while keeping the cabinets longer.

 

Versatility

Whether your kitchen has an upscale or shabby chic vibe, white cabinets are workable. This adaptability can be appealing to potential home buyers. While they may not see eye to eye with you on your kitchen decor, they know they won’t have to completely gut the kitchen when they move in. White plays well with nearly every other shade, making it convenient to coordinate countertops, appliances and lights fixtures, and backsplashes.

Warmth

Even though white is the name of the game, one mustn’t forget that the kitchen is part of the house and therefore in its design, it must project warmth and preserve an inviting appearance. In order to prevent a cold and sterile feeling, it is recommended to select a number of elements that will disrupt the monotony of the cold white and that will provide splashes of color and warmth to the space. Herbs of an intense green color, placed in a decorative vase on a white work surface would do the trick wonderfully. Adding paintings with splashes of color will give your kitchen an inviting look without cluttering the countertops. Even adding colored appliances might warm up the white monotony of the space.

Natural Light

High electricity prices and environmental awareness contribute greatly to energy-saving LED lamps. This trend is welcomed but full of potential home-lighting catastrophes in the form of white fluorescent bulbs. In order to prevent an office atmosphere in your kitchen, choose lighting with a warm color, not fluorescent. Warm natural light completes and emphasizes white surfaces without creating a cold feeling. If you are able to, try to plan your kitchen ahead of time so that during the day, those sitting in your kitchen can enjoy natural light entering through large windows which are essential for the ventilation of an active kitchen, among other things.

Wood

In order to generate interest and break the uniform appearance of the space, you can incorporate segments of wood (butcher) into your work surface. The segment can be a part of the work surface that is integrated creatively such as in a zigzag formation or a portable element such as a large cutting board that can turn into a hosting platform in an instant. You can always integrate into the general kitchen design cabinets made of wood and create a complex design combining materials.

Color

A color’s character is often determined by the material on which it “lies”. When designing a white kitchen, it is important to remember that for different materials, different finishes influence the manner in which the white reacts to the material, and what amount of light will reflect from it. A glossy finish, with a reflective characteristic, gives depth to the white color that will also be affected, among other things, by the colors of the elements around the space that reflect off the white. On the contrary, a matte white finish, which absorbs the light, allows, relative to the glossy, for the white color to appear as a single unified piece.

 

 

How to add color to your white kitchen

  • Get furniture with color to add a pop to your white space
  • Add wood to your white space to help add contrast
  • Add a dark color to window treatments will add a pop to the white space and you can change them out when you want to update it.
  • Be Bold! Give your island a pop of color.
  • Put a splash of color in the backsplash to break up the white concept.
  • Add a dark flooring or dark countertops to a white kitchen
  • Get stone white countertops with excessive dark veining to add texture to your white space without taking away from the white concept.
  • Make your oven hood the centerpiece of your white kitchen by making it extraordinary. Think copper or a wood material.
  • Embrace black stainless steel appliances or even colored.
  • Paint the walls using color to make your white kitchen pop with warmth.

 

     

 

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Kitchen Remodeling Tips And Advice

Why Remodel?

Kitchen remodels can be exciting and discouraging at the same time. There are many reasons why you may want to remodel. You may not have enough space and storage to work comfortably in your kitchen, or everything is so outdated that it is needed. Whatever the reason is, focus on your main reason so that your vision will be achieved. Also, take into consideration improving the value of your home and your budget. When it’s all said and done these two things will give you a piece of mind.

 

Questions to ask yourself

  1. What is your objective?
  2. How long do you plan to live in the home?
  3. Do you have children or pets?
  4. Do you have allergies or health issues to consider?
  5. Will you be living in your home during the renovation?
  6. What is your budget?
  7. What have people in similar homes accomplished, and what has been their limitations?
  8. Can you remove that wall to open up the kitchen?
  9. What’s behind those walls?
  10. When do you want to start?

Get A Professional Involved

It is very important to not take on a kitchen remodel without a professional because kitchens are one of the more complicated projects to tackle. It also provides a relief to know it will be taken care of and you won’t have to worry about it every time you have free time that you need to spend it on your remodel.

 

A Few Things To Ask A Contractor:

Are you licensed and insured?

Can you draw up a detailed proposal?

Do you have in-house workers or do you sub-contract jobs out?

Do you have a designer on hand?

How often do we meet to check-in on the renovation?

How is your warranty protocol?

 

How A Project Is Sectioned Out

  • 29% cabinets and hardware
  • 22% design and installation
  • 16% walls, ceiling, floors, doors, & windows
  • 14% appliances and ventilation
  • 9% electrical and plumbing

 

Ways To Save On Your Cabinets

Choose a manufacturer that offers the door style and finish you want as a standard option, with no up-charge. Don’t pay for factory-built or custom organizers. Aftermarket utensil dividers, rollout trays, and back-of-the-door spice racks are a fraction of the cost. Websites such as organize.com and cabinetparts.com are good ones to check out. Avoid custom configurations. You can often use stock wine organizers, cubby units, and even appliance panels to fill awkward spaces that might otherwise require you to buy a custom cabinet.

 

Think About The Details

  1. Installing multiple outlets along the backsplash or on the island is a detail that most forget. It helps to provide electricity wherever you need it.
  2. Having a cabinet for your garbage and recycle bin is very helpful in clearing space up in your kitchen and keeping the smell to a minimum, some cabinet companies are even designing a board to separate the drawer from the garbage pull-out to keep the smell contained even further.
  3. Newer cabinets are now being designed for organization and so you can find soft closing drawers, inserts for knives, pull out storage for large appliances and spice racks. Think about your lifestyle and how easy you want to make it when working in the kitchen.
  4. Another detail to think about is designing with future cleaning in mind. Find products that will keep cleaning minimal to save you time and energy in the long run. Flush-set or under-mount sinks don’t catch as much dirt and grime. Quartz countertops have way less maintenance than granite countertops.
  5. Designing wide pathways for your kitchen is important for easy traffic flow. The standard paths throughout the kitchen should be at least 36 inches wide and in the cooking-zone area should be about 42 inches wide. When planning makes sure your kitchen island or peninsulas have a good width for you to get around with ease.

 


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Bathroom Remodeling Trends

When it comes to remodeling, bathrooms are a good investment. It will boost the value of your home and a bathroom is a big renovation, which in return will be rewarding when it’s all done. A lot goes into planning a bathroom remodel. First and foremost you have to decide what you envision your new bathroom to look like. Then you have to research a remodeling company that fits your budget. Here is a great way to start planning your bathroom remodel, check out the trends for 2018 below.

 

Navy Blue Paint Color- Neutral colors are still timeless and will never go out of trend but Navy blue paint is becoming popular with white and silver accents.

Rainfall Shower Heads- It’s exactly how it sounds, relaxation is key. It is one of the most popular trendy accessories to add to your bathroom. Of course, popularity comes with a price tag. This item will run $150-$250 so if that is at the top of your list, make sure to budget it for your project.

Industrial Lighting- Industrial lighting is definitely making a statement in 2018. Soft spa-like lighting once was trendy but now with vintage and rustic coming back, the industrial lighting adds to this trend.

Large Natural Stone Tiles- You would think with all the subway tile on HGTV channel that, that is the new trend for bathrooms nowadays but you’re wrong. Larger stone tile is taking over bathroom trends because of the less maintenance aspect. Natural stone now comes with a 15 years sealer that protects grime build up and therefore homeowners are cleaning a little less. That is definitely right up my alley, I don’t think anyone really likes to clean. The larger tile is more popular because there is less grout to be cleaned but also mixing and matching different size tiles can turn out beautiful if you want to break away from a standard look.

Greenery- Some plants thrive in the bathroom. This is becoming a popular trend adding a nice decorative feature. It is an affordable upgrade that adds warmth to your bathroom. Some plants that do well indoors are Spider plants, Pothos, Bromeliads, Philodendron, Air Plants, and Aloe Plants.

Warm Metal Faucets & Fixtures- Warm metals in this year including brass, bronze, copper and even satin nickel. It adds a softer touch and then pairing these metals with bold colors like dark blue or black really make them pop.

New Bathroom Technology- Technology advances each year and is now in almost every area of the home. The bathroom is definitely no exception. One of the must-haves in 2018 is a digital shower control. This device gives you the right setting for the water temperature every time. The latest models are sleek and are easily disguised in your bathroom’s decor. Some shower control models even come with a feature where you can turn on the shower from your phone. What will they come up with next?

Large Showers- The industry is starting to get away with the standard shower and tub master suites. Even though having a tub in the house is a good resale value for families with children, we are starting to see tubs less and less in the master suite and instead large spa shower are replacing them. One idea I saw that was interesting if you want to keep your tub in the master suite is having the tub enclosed with the shower. It keeps the tub from being bulky and taking over the room.

 

 

Popular Trends From the Past That Aren’t Popular Anymore

Tranquil colors and white bathrooms were at the top of the list last year but now it’s changing to deep, bold colors. Another item that is out is medicine cabinets. I love medicine cabinets so I found that you can buy ones now that flush with the wall and just look like a giant mirror so if you still love them you can look into those and still be up to date with the trends. Some other trends that are dying out this year are subway tile backsplash, granite counters, chrome faucets & fixtures, oversized bathtubs and floral patterns.

 

Interesting Storage Ideas

Shower Niches- These are very popular in bathroom remodels. A place to put your shampoos, conditioners, and soaps. Ones that wrap around a corner add a little more depth and space to keep extra stuff in.

Hidden Cabinets- The trend now is to maximize space and bathrooms need it the most since they usually are tight anyway. Homeowners are finding innovative ways to hide storage instead of hiding their belongings in storage. One clever way is building pull-out cabinets in the walls, nooks, and crannies.

 

Here Are Some Trends To Avoid

  • Oversized Tubs: Big bathtubs are going out of style like there is no tomorrow. Tubs, in general, are becoming less used as it is with the exception of families starting out and needing it for children. As long as there is one tub in the household usually the other bathroom tends to have an extra large walk-in shower instead. This adds luxury to a master bathroom giving the homeowner more space and still giving relaxation to a fast-paced lifestyle. They are also quite expensive too, you are better off investing in a quality water saving shower.
  • White-On-White: Light colors might make the bathroom seem larger but a bathroom that is completely white might not be a seller for another buyer if you plan on selling. Not everyone is up to the task of keeping white tile and flooring clean. After a while, if it isn’t cleaned constantly the wear of the bathroom may show up faster also. Instead, go with a varied color palette using other neutrals like grays or beige and bring a pop of color with accents. This will be very complimentary and catch eyes of future buyers quickly.
  • Tacky Colors: Make sure to choose color accents that are more common. Choosing shades like mustard, salmon or avocado can be a turn-off.  Keep your color scheme tame by using a mix of three timeless, muted colors in a 70/20/10 distribution. Use the lightest color for 70% of the room; the second lightest for 20%; and accent the room with the boldest for 10%. A grayed white, pale teal and charcoal gray are one of the most popular mixes of color for 2018.
  • Subway Tile & Nickel Finishes: Subway tile and trendy metallic finishes, like nickel and chrome, are fading in popularity. Go figure that modern looking brushed gold is making a come back. Black finishes are also becoming quite popular. Large format tiles and geometric tiles are also safe to go with especially in a large bathroom. Plus the natural stones now have a product that seals the tile for 15 years to keep cleaning to a minimal.
  • Open Master Concept: Open floor plans are very popular in the main living area but when you create that in the master suite it tends to turn off some people when you go to resell it. It isn’t very appealing to be sitting in bed and see your spouse sitting on the toilet. Be sure to think about the design layout when you are updating your bathroom.

 

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Time to Celebrate Halloween with Retro Pro!

 

  

 

  Halloween is a day for being creative, having fun, and bringing out the inner kid. Did you ever wonder how the holiday came to be? Why were we encouraged to go around the neighborhood and beg for candy when we could just go buy it at anytime? Historically strangers giving you candy was always considered a bad thing. So, it’s no wonder you may think Halloween is a strange holiday but it is no stranger than say Valentine’s Day; where you give candy to your loved ones. Halloween has changed so much over the years that I want to give you some facts on how it was celebrated in the beginning.

 

    This day originated from a Celtic festival for the dead called “Samhain.” They believed the ghosts of the dead roamed Earth on this day, so people would dress in costumes and leave “treats” out on the front door step to appease the spirits. Instead of wearing costumes made from fabric and plastic, ancient archives noted, traditionally they wore costumes of animal heads and skins so they could connect to the spirits of the dead. Talk about creepy!

 

   And did you know Jack-o-lanterns which were invented by the Irish Celts were mostly made out of turnips, beets and potatoes instead of the pumpkin. Also, later on the tradition of going door to door on All Hallow’s Eve became more of a job and dancing was a custom in order to receive treats. You can see how far we have come in this spooky tradition. Now it is time to have fun and be creative on this one night where all the traditional rules are placed on hold so kids can be kids…or adults can be kids too!

 

 

Recipes from the Kitchen

Here at Retro Pro we are getting ready to celebrate Halloween this weekend. From the tradition of trick or treating, decorating with ghosts or goblins and stirring up some all time favorites in the kitchen; we are excited to celebrate in our favorite place…the home! So take a look at some of these spooky tricks and treats and experiment in the kitchen this Halloween.

 

   Rice Krispy Treat Pumpkins

 

Ingredients:

6 cups of rice krispies

Food coloring red & yellow

1 bag of Marshmallows

¼ cup of cooking oil

¼ cup butter

1 bag of M&Ms green

1 bag Mini Rolos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions:

Heat the butter in a pot big enough to hold 6 cups of rice krispies. Add marshmallow when the butter is completely melted. Mix together until marshmallow is smooth and then add food coloring to the mixture. The amount of food coloring you need is about 6 drops of red and 12 drops of yellow but experiment with a drop at a time is best. Start with the yellow drops and then add a few drops of red until you get your desired color of orange. Then add your rice krispies to the mixture and stir together using a spatula. Having a small bowl of cooking oil to rub your hands will make it easier to roll the rice krispy treats into a ball without it sticking all over everything. Be sure to reapply with each pumpkin for best results. Place the pumpkins on parchment paper. Make a little indent at the top of the pumpkins and place a mini Rolo candy in it. Lastly place the green M&M upright next to the Rolo.

 

 

   Vampire Hot Chocolate

 

Ingredients:

(hot chocolate)

3 cups of whole milk

1 cup of heavy cream

1 tsp vanilla extract

8 oz. white chocolate in tiny pieces

½ cup mini chocolate chips

Red food coloring

(whipped cream)

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp fine granulated sugar

1 cup heavy whipping cream

(for sugar blood)

½ cup light corn syrup

½ cup of water

1 cup fine granulated sugar

Red food coloring

 

 

 

Directions:

For the whipped cream part add 1 cup of heavy cream, vanilla extract, and 1 cup fine sugar into a bowl. Whip with mixer on medium high until stiff peaks form. For the hot chocolate add the whole milk, heavy cream, vanilla, white chocolate, and mini chocolate chips to a medium saucepan. Heat over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally. Heat until the chocolate is melted and the it starts to simmer. Do not let it burn or boil! Stir in a drop or two of red food coloring. For the sugar blood combine water, corn syrup into a saucepan. Pour fine granulated sugar and stir. Heat on medium heat WITHOUT stirring until the sugar mixture reaches about 300 degrees on a thermometer. Once it reaches the desired temperature then add food coloring and stir. Let it cool for just a second and then dip the rim of the mug into the sugar mixture. Dip to coat and then immediately sit it upright so the sugar blood will drip as it hardens. Pour chocolate milk into mug and top with whipped cream.

 

 

 

 

Chocolate Strawberry Ghosts

 

Ingredients:

1-2 pkg of Strawberries

1 bag White chocolate

Candy eyes

Wax or parchment paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions:

Melt white chocolate in a saucepan. Dip strawberries one at a time in melted chocolate. Drag out some of the chocolate on the bottom to make a ghost tail. Set on wax or parchment paper. Place candy eyes on front. Store in fridge to set desired hardness before serving.

 

 

 

 

How to make the perfect pumpkin seeds

 

 

Ingredients:

Seeds from 2 large pumpkins

½ tsp. Of Lawry’s seasoned salt

½ tbsp. Of olive oil

Dash of salt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Clean your pumpkin seeds well. You want to wash them using a colander  and discard any pumpkin fibers. The cleaner they are the better they will taste. Let soak in a bowl of water for 30 minutes on the counter or overnight in the fridge is fine also. Drain the seeds when ready to use. Fill a pot of water with a dash of salt and bring to a boil. Place seeds into the boiling water for about 10 minutes. This helps cook the inside so when you roast them the pumpkin seeds get the perfect crunch.

Drain the seeds and place back into the bowl. Add olive oil and toss until coated. Lay seeds on a cookie sheet in a thin layer. Sprinkle with Lawry’s salt and place in oven for about 40 minutes but check on them every 10 until roasted. Look for them to be firm and no longer soft. You don’t want any dark spots on them just a darker yellow color. Allow to cool and enjoy!

 

Other Ideas with food

Here are some great ideas to make your ordinary food look Halloween themed. The kids will have fun making these ideas come alive…….

Pumpkin carrots

 

Decorating for Halloween through creative food

 

Clementine Pumpkins

 

Decorating the home for Halloween

  With Halloween just around the corner there are so many fun ways to decorate your house. One popular project families are doing this year is making front door decorations. Instead of your traditional wreath or door hanging, decorating the whole door is taking trick or treating to a whole new level of creativeness. With so many different ideas below are just a few of different ideas you could use or make up a new one.

 

 

 

 

Some ideas for your kitchen

There are so many ideas to decorate your kitchen. Here are just a few to get you started.

 

Some ideas for your bathroom

The bathroom is good place to creep out your guests. They are not expecting it when they walk in so you will for sure get a reaction.

 

Creating your Traditional Bathroom

When it comes to designing your perfect bathroom it is important to consider the layout, functionality, textures, patterns, colors and finishes. There are a few different directions that you can go with design of your beautiful space. Traditional bathrooms have a few distinct characteristics that will differentiate from other styles. None of them will be “spa-like”. With that being said you do want your bathroom to be calm, collected, and soothing. You can still have a spa “feel” without making it look like a spa.

Traditional Bathrooms include:

-Natural Stone or porcelain subway or hex tiles
-Natural stone counter-tops (e.g. marble) in neutral colors
-White cotton towels and bath mats
-Freestanding bathtubs is the most common but there are still bathtubs in showers
-Pedestal and console sinks or sinks with a traditional cabinet base
-Hinged mirrored medicine cabinets
-Mirrors with vanity lights above or sconce lighting
-Framed decorative mirrors
-Chrome or brushed nickel-plated fixtures, you can also use oil rubbed bronze and cast iron but those are not as common
-A lot of neutral color and or white, including a black and white combination
-Wainscoting and possible wallpaper and or paint accent wall

The beauty of tradition

The beauty is that it can be modern in its functionality, but maintain their traditional features. As our showering and bathing habits have changed over the years traditional bathrooms can have larger showers which is better for couples that share a bathroom. This will also allow the room to appear larger. In some cases you will see multi-function shower systems with a handheld shower features, but this is an upgrade. You will mainly see those in the transitional and modern enclosures. Also a bathtub is a key feature, the tubs now are normally upgraded to a larger tub size and can reflect the style with a claw foot feature. The hardware and fixture style in a bathroom can be a huge statement piece, the icing on the cake per say. You will either see knobs or handles that reflect a vintage or traditional look. When it is all put together the color and texture of the knobs and or handles and fixtures is key into pulling all the elements together to give it that vibe.

Colors and tones

The color schemes are normally more of your earthy tones. Either all the warm natural tones which are your shades of brown, tan, orange and reds. On the other side your colors are more vintage with the pale tones for instance your whites, grays, soft pink, and soft blues. Black and white are in a category all their own and can reflect an old world turn of the century style and feel. All of these colors with go with the traditional bathroom metals which are normally the brushed nickel, chrome or oil rubbed bronze as talked about earlier.

Cabinetry 

Choosing your cabinets for is extremely important, for it is the anchor. The cabinets help set the “stage”. They add character to the bathroom and are the tie that can bind all of the elements together. The traditional color of vanity cabinet can be in cherry wood with a burgundy stain, white distressed on maple, cashmere, antique, or my personal favorite stone grey on maple. Taller cabinet heights and adding drawers for more functionality will give your vanity cabinet a more modern functionality while maintaining its style.

Decor and more

When decorating you want to create a relaxing and soothing environment that is conducive to relieving the stresses of the day, but stay with motifs that reflect traditional elements. The feeling should reflect a “spa” like feel in your own home. The most time you spend anywhere in you life, is in your own home and why not create a spa resort like feel that you can enjoy in your own home everyday. Your bathroom should be an extension of that relaxing soothing atmosphere that should start with your bedroom. So along with previously mentioned features and elements like your artwork, silk succulent plants to add warmth to the space and accent accessories will help create that environment you seek. A helpful hint when picking out art for your traditional bathroom is to choose images that reflect serenity and calm. Landscape art is perfect for creating a feeling of relaxation. You can use canvas art but make sure to have proper ventilation/exhaust fan to expel the steam. If you have a ventilation issue you need to address this in your remodeling process with your re-modeler/contractor. When canvas is exposed to water or steam for extended periods of time it begins to build mold and also you are at risk to lose anything that is water based on the canvas itself. Framed pictures behind glass are fantastic. One of my favorite ways to see people decorate is custom towels. Monogramming your towels is an elegant way to make the bathroom seem more personalized. The best way to achieve this look is to go for a neutral color towel and a colored thread. Or vice versa, towels can also be that pop of color that you need to give interest and then use contrasting thread color. My personal favorite is a medium to light tan towel with dark royal blue script. Check out your local embroidery shops to support you local community.

Keeping it clean 

We often get asked that once we have just installed this lovely bathroom now how do we clean it to maintain its beauty? My personal favorite is the Shark Steam mop for flooring. It can also be used for shower floors. Steam mopping is the perfect way to clean and disinfect at the same time while leaving no residue on surfaces and protecting any sealers that may have been used on the flooring surfaces. When there is no residue on flooring surfaces the less chance that dirt has to cling and accumulate, therefore your cleaning will last longer. For deep cleaning and disinfecting of showers Simple Green is a great product that protects any sealers you may have on your shower walls while giving you that deep cleaning you need. See manufacturer instructions on applying product. Did you know that if you mix ¼ cup of vinegar and 1 cup of water you will have the perfect glass cleaner? No streaks! Side note DO NOT use that concoction on your shower glass! I cannot stress that enough, it is to abrasive for the protective sealant on the glass and or sealed tile. For most sealed/treated glass use a ammonia free spray cleaner such as Spray Way. Also good to use for your Quartz counter surfaces. Also seek out manufacturer guidelines for treated stone or glass with your re-modeler. For cabinetry all you have to do is use a mild soap and warm water with a microfiber cloth.

Traditional bathrooms are warm and inviting. Give us a call today to get your bathroom renovation underway!

 

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