Our June 2018 Newsletter

 
 

 
 

Our featured project blog this month is a master bathroom addition we completed on a 1950’s home. The existing master bath was only 35 square feet in size — smaller than most guest bathrooms you’d see today! We were able to give our clients more square footage and a modern look, along with important aging in place features. The beautiful wooded backyard was also incorporated into the design. With the help of our team, the client’s dream bathroom is now a reality! See the blog for all the details and final photos!

 
 

 
 

A Luxurious Indoor-Outdoor Master Bathroom Addition

Check out this stunning indoor-outdoor master bathroom addition we recently completed in Fort Worth.

 
 

6 Risks of Completing a Remodel without a Permit
Think you can complete your major remodel without a city permit? Think again! See our blog for 6 risks you could be taking if you or your contractor forgo the permitting process.

 
 

Why it Makes Sense to Purchase Designs for Your Home Remodel Before Getting Bids
Having designs in-hand before getting competitive bids will make your home remodeling process much smoother!

 
 

7 Ways to Enhance Your Backyard for Summer
Summer will be here soon! See our blog for 7 ways to prep your backyard for the perfect summer season.

 
 

Tour TAFB’s Learning Garden
Did you know you can help feed those struggling with hunger in our local community by starting a community garden? See our blog for details!

 
 
 

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Kind Regards,
 
The Medford Design-Build Team