Our May 2018 Newsletter

 
 

 
 

Updating the doors throughout your home is a great way to add value and aesthetic, as well as improve safety and functionality. Whether it’s interior or exterior, standard or custom, our team would be happy to help! See our featured blog this week for some recent door installations we’ve completed.

 
 

 
 

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!
Door Installations by Medford Design-Build

Door installations can be tricky, but the end result is always worth it! Read more

Your Home’s Exterior Siding: When to Replace & How to Maintain

 
 


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Replacing your home’s siding probably isn’t the first of your priorities; unless there’s an urgent problem, most people don’t think about it too often. However, replacing worn-out, cracked, or leaking siding is very important in the prevention of more serious (and expensive!) future home repairs. If you haven’t checked your home’s exterior siding in a while, now is a good time!
 
 
Here are 7 warning signs it might be time to replace your siding:
 
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Our April 2018 Newsletter

 
 

 

Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas had been dreaming of remodeling their kitchen for over 20 years. We were thrilled to have been able to design and build the kitchen of their dreams, along with updating the breakfast nook, bar area, living room, and formal dining room. By looking at the final photos, you’d never guess this is the same space! See the details in our featured blog for this month.

 
 

 
 

Hello, Open & Flowing Floor Plan! A Complete Kitchen & Bar Area Remodel Read more

4 Ways to Make the Most of a Small Kitchen Remodel

 
 


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The term “full-gut kitchen remodel” tends to make people think of an expansive, high-end kitchen with all the bells and whistles – where surrounding walls have been knocked out to create an open floor plan, the luxury countertops are never-ending, and the shiny, new appliances are massive in size, all contributing to a show-stopping completed project. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the idea of an over-the-top large kitchen remodel, only a small fraction of our clients actually have this experience. Every project is different when it comes to the size of the kitchen, it’s starting condition, the client’s aspirations for the space, and of course, the budget. More often than not, the kitchen remodels we complete are done in small or medium-sized kitchens where the clients are trying to update the aesthetic, but also make the most of the existing space. Sometimes, due to the structure of the home and other limitations, it’s simply not realistic to remove walls or install large appliances. However, just because you have a small kitchen doesn’t mean it can’t be remodeled into the beautiful kitchen of your dreams! There are many kitchen design ideas and techniques that can help a small kitchen feel bigger and look just as impressive as a larger one.
 
 
Here are 4 ways to make the most of a small kitchen remodel:
 
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Hello, Open & Flowing Floor Plan: A Complete Kitchen & Bar Area Remodel

Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas are thrilled to have completed the long-awaited kitchen and bar remodel of their 1975 home. They told us at our first meeting that they had been dreaming of this kitchen for over 20 years! The Medford Design-Build team was grateful for the opportunity to help bring their dream to life. By removing low-hanging soffits and multiple walls and thresholds throughout the heart of this home, the entire space feels bigger, brighter, and more open. What a stunning transformation! Read more

Hello, Open & Flowing Floor Plan! A Complete Kitchen & Bar Area Remodel

Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas are thrilled to have completed the long-awaited kitchen and bar remodel of their 1975 home. They told us at our first meeting that they had been dreaming of this kitchen for over 20 years! The Medford Design-Build team was grateful for the opportunity to help bring their dream to life. By removing low-hanging soffits and multiple walls and thresholds throughout the heart of this home, the entire space feels bigger, brighter, and more open. What a stunning transformation! Read more

Our March 2018 Newsletter

 
 

 
 

Hello, March! Our featured project this month is kitchen remodel we recently completed in one of Fort Worth’s historical homes.
The house was originally built in the early 1900’s — an era of small, boxy floor plans. While this home had already endured a few major renovations over the years, the kitchen itself was still very much in need of some updates.
See our project blog for before pictures, details about the redesign, and the grand reveal of the final renovated space! Read more

Our February 2018 Newsletter

In case you missed it… Medford Design-Build has officially opened our second location!

The new office is in Colleyville:
1005 Glade Road, Ste #135, Colleyville, TX 76034. 

Check out our announcement blog for more information!

Hello, Colleyville! Medford Design-Build Now has an Office Near You!

That’s right; We’ve opened our second location in Colleyville, TX!

A Master Bathroom Stuck in ’92 Gets a 2017 Refresh

Feel like you’ve stepped back in time a few decades upon walking into your kitchen or bathroom? We can bring your interior up-to-date, no time machine needed! Read more

A Tasteful Kitchen Renovation in a Fort Worth Historical Home

Our most recent home renovation involved remodeling the kitchen of a historical home in Fort Worth. As a design-build firm based in central Tarrant County, we have remodeled a number of historical homes in this area. While each individual property is unique and comes with its own set of design challenges, there is one thing nearly all historical homes have in common: a lack of space! The narrow rooms and hallways of that era are a stark contrast to the spacious, open floor plans you see in homes today. This is especially true with the kitchen, as original kitchens of the early 1900’s were typically built around a fireplace used as the oven. As you can imagine, transforming a compact historical kitchen into a stylish modern-day one requires a lot of careful planning, space utilization, and smart designing. Along with the challenge of working in a small space, it’s important to keep the integrity of the kitchen in mind. Most homeowners that live in a historical home tend to treasure and appreciate the home’s history. Our designers made it a point to keep the style of that era in mind while updating. Read more

A Tasteful Kitchen Renovation in a Fort Worth Historical Home

 
 

 
 
Our most recent home renovation involved remodeling the kitchen of a historical home in Fort Worth. As a design-build firm based in central Tarrant County, we have remodeled a number of historical homes in this area. While each individual property is unique and comes with its own set of design challenges, there is one thing nearly all historical homes have in common: a lack of space! The narrow rooms and hallways of that era are a stark contrast to the spacious, open floor plans you see in homes today. This is especially true with the kitchen, as original kitchens of the early 1900’s were typically built around a fireplace used as the oven. As you can imagine, transforming a compact historical kitchen into a stylish modern-day one requires a lot of careful planning, space utilization, and smart designing. Along with the challenge of working in a small space, it’s important to keep the integrity of the kitchen in mind. Most homeowners that live in a historical home tend to treasure and appreciate the home’s history. Our designers made it a point to keep the style of that era in mind while updating.
 
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