A 50-Year-Old Kitchen Gets a Stunning Upgrade

A lot can change in 50 years, especially when you compare dated homes to the modern aesthetic seen in today’s new builds. Low-hanging soffits have been replaced with sky-high ceilings; cabinets are taller and more uniform with hidden interior hinges; singular box lights have been phased out with sleek recessed can lights; even things like faucets, hardware, and decorative light fixtures have evolved over the years to become the popular styles we see today.

As trends and styles continue to change, not updating your home for literal decades can result in a home that needs a complete overhaul. Such was the case for our recent 1961 kitchen remodel in Arlington, Texas. Read more

Our October 2019 Newsletter

We’ve officially reached the end of our 4-part blog series featuring our recent whole house remodel in Arlington, Texas! In the three previous blogs, we shared details of the renovated kitchen, living spaces, and master bathroom and closet. Our final post showcases the 2 guest bathrooms and one of the guest bedrooms. Check out this beautiful transformation!

Whole House Remodel Part 4: Guest Bathrooms & Bedrooms

Post number 4 of our 4-part whole house remodel series is now on the blog! Read more

Vendor Spotlight: Moore Supply Co / The Bath & Kitchen Showplace

If there’s one thing that we all know, it’s that home remodeling is not a one-person job! As we have mentioned many times before, the Medford Team is beyond grateful for all of our fantastic trade professionals, vendors, and suppliers that work with us on a regular basis. It would not be possible to complete our high-quality projects without them! Many of these individuals have worked with us for over 20 years and have developed trusted relationships and meaningful friendships with each of us. As a luxury remodeler, we require those that work with us to maintain a high level of pride in what they do; we wholeheartedly believe that the qualities of our final products are directly related to the individuals we choose to work with, so when we say we have a GREAT team, we mean it! Read more

Whole House Remodel Part 4: Guest Bathrooms & Bedroom

We have now reached the final blog of our 4-part series featuring our Arlington whole house remodel! It has been such a pleasure sharing the stunning transformation of the kitchen, living spaces, and master bathroom and closet. This major remodel comes to a close with the 2 guest bathrooms and one of the guest bedrooms we were able to renovate for our wonderful clients.

Because the two guest bathrooms were both relatively small to begin with, our team and the clients decided it was best to keep the original footprint and not change anything structural. The end goal for these rooms was primarily to update the aesthetic to match the rest of the newly remodeled house. Read more

Our September 2019 Newsletter

For our featured blog this month, we are sharing part 3 of our 4-part blog series featuring our recent whole house remodel in Arlington, Texas. This post includes the complete details of the master bathroom renovation and the addition of a glamorous walk-in closet within the bathroom. What an amazing contribution to this updated home! Check out this beautiful transformation on our blog.

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Whole House Remodel Part 3: The Master Bathroom & Closet

If you’ve been following along with our 4-part blog series featuring our recent whole house remodel, you’ve likely already seen the posts detailing the renovations of the kitchen and living spaces. In this post, we’ll be sharing the grand reveal of the show-stopping master bathroom and glamorous walk-in closet!

Much like the kitchen and living spaces, the original master bathroom had good bones, so it didn’t require a lot of structural changes. It was open and spacious with a large bathtub, corner shower, toilet room, and two vanities. It also included separate “his & hers” closets. Unfortunately, as many positives as there were for this bathroom, it was still very out of date. The goal of our designers was to refresh the aesthetic of the bathroom with a clean, modern look and streamline the features to really take advantage of all this bathroom had to offer. Read more

Our August 2019 Newsletter

The Medford Team is excited to share Part 2 of our 4-part blog series on our recent 1970’s whole house remodel! This specific blog features the updates we completed in the living spaces, including two gorgeous fireplaces, custom built-in cabinetry, paint, flooring, and lighting. You’ve got to see this stunning transformation!

Whole House Remodel Part 2: Refreshing the Living Spaces

Check out the stunning updates we made to the living spaces in our recent whole house remodel! Read more

Medford Design-Build Promotes Kourtney Davis to General Manager

The Medford Team is happy to announce that Kourtney Davis has been promoted to General Manager of Medford Design-Build! She replaces Mike Medford, Sr. who will continue working with the Design team as Corporate President and will continue to provide leadership and guidance to the management team.

Kourtney will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Design-Build part of Medford while providing leadership to the team to ensure best practices and processes are followed and that we continue to provide high-quality service to our clients. Read more

Our July 2019 Newsletter

Our recent clients owned a home in Arlington, TX for several years with the intention of completely remodeling it. They came to us with the idea originally in 2015, but chose to wait until the time was right for them to get started. We received a call from them at the end of last year, and have since been able to complete their whole house remodel! We’ll be posting a series of 4 blog posts to showcase the details of this major project, starting with the kitchen. Check out the beautiful transformation in our most recent post! Read more

3 Steps to Creating a Budget for Your Major Remodeling Project

As exciting as it is to remodel your home, one thing that has to be considered beforehand is a realistic budget. No one likes to talk money up front, but trust us, it’s better to establish your financial parameters as a first step rather than a last step! With all of the inspiring home renovation shows and pretty home transformation photos on Pinterest, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a potential remodel. Unfortunately, those TV shoes and online photos almost never tell the whole story, nor do they go into the details of actual project costs. For that reason, the picture of a high-end luxury remodel at an astoundingly low cost is painted in the mind of the consumer, creating a serious case of sticker-shock when the real price quotes are presented! Read more