Over the years, Medford Remodeling has grown as a company in many ways, resulting in an evolution of our process and services. With the ultimate goal of providing a seamless experience to our clients, we have recently developed two different options for completing a home renovation: as a design-build project or as a small project. Each option has its benefits, based on the complexity and specifications of your unique remodel. Because we have received a few questions on the subject, we wanted to post a quick blog explaining these options and help you understand which is the best fit for you!
It’s interesting to watch interior design trends change as the years go by. One of the most popular trends we are seeing recently is a more modern aesthetic, typically with shaker-style or slab cabinetry for a streamlined look. These cabinets are often paint-grade with a cool or light color scheme (gray and white is a big favorite!) A quick search on Pinterest or Houzz will provide hundreds of inspiring examples. This aesthetic is certainly beautiful and is the ideal design for many of our clients. However, it is always a welcomed change of pace to get the request for the more classic, traditional vibe – dark wood stain, raised-panel cabinetry, and warm tones. Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas, wanted just that for their long-awaited kitchen renovation. See the full story on our blog post.
If you have kept up with our Small Projects Division, Mike’s Guys, you know that a big part of what they address involves kitchen and bathroom updates that are not large-scale remodels. These projects don’t require design packages; no floor plans or renderings to be drawn. All major components of the space remain in the same location and may or may not include minor modifications. A great example is this small kitchen update our Mike’s Guys team recently completed in Arlington, Texas.
Adding a room to your home is a great way to create more usable space. Our recent clients in Fort Worth knew they wanted to include a game room addition as a part of their whole house remodel. Luckily, they had a spacious backyard with plenty of room for a detached structure! Check out our featured project blog for the month to see this unique project built from the ground up.
Our recent clients in Fort Worth dreamt of a custom game room addition… and the Medford Team delivered!
If you’ve been considering a major home remodel, you have likely already done a bit of research about what the process entails — it can certainly feel overwhelming to realize all the moving parts that need to come together in order to achieve a flawless finish. The many professionals that are necessary include an architect, a designer, and an engineer to create a design, followed by a general contractor to build it (or the long list of subcontractors you’d have to seek out yourself if you choose that route!) That is a lot of relationships to develop, individuals to trust, and various schedules to coordinate, all while ensuring things are being done correctly. Needless to say, there is plenty of room for error!
Adding extra square footage to your home can be a great solution to the alternative of moving into a bigger house. A room addition, either attached to the existing roofline or detached as a free-standing structure, can provide a customized approach to obtaining the space that you need. Our recent clients in Fort Worth knew they wanted to include a room addition as a part of their whole house remodel and were hoping to discuss the best options for what they had in mind. Check out the full story on our blog post!
Adding extra square footage to your home can be a great solution to the alternative of moving into a bigger house. A room addition, either attached to the existing roofline or detached as a free-standing structure, can provide a customized approach to obtaining the space that you need. Our recent clients in Fort Worth knew they wanted to include a room addition as a part of their whole house remodel and were hoping to discuss the best options for what they had in mind. They met with our team and explained they were wanting a game room that could double as a guest house for visitors. The addition would include a complete bathroom with a shower, a small bar area, a designated space for their personal sauna, and of course, a large area for a pool table. Our designers got to work creating the floor plans and renderings to showcase the conceptual design based on the client’s wish list.
Open-concept floor plans have become one of the most sought-after features among home buyers and homeowners alike. As a remodeling company, the majority of the projects we do involve some extent of removing or shortening walls to create a more open, airy overall feel. Among the many before and after transformations we share, the ones that include a wall removal are by far the most impressive. It’s amazing how different a space can look and how much better the area can be utilized once unnecessary walls have been removed!
Farmhouse-style interiors have become one of the most popular requests among homeowners looking to remodel. Our recent clients in Fort Worth, TX, love the trend and wanted to incorporate it into their kitchen. The real fun was creating a cohesive color scheme that would fit with the rest of the house and still allow the farmhouse style to shine. The result was a beautiful blue-themed kitchen that reflected the client’s fun personality and contributed to a cohesive flow of color throughout the house. Get the full story along with the impressive before and after shots on this month’s project blog post.
With neutral grays and whites being the popular choice for many home remodeling projects today, it is both refreshing and exciting when clients come to us with a different color scheme in mind. For our recent clients in Fort Worth, they knew they wanted to incorporate blue and gray into their new kitchen from the very beginning. This color combination made sense for this project because these colors were being used throughout the rest of the house, which we also had the pleasure of remodeling. Continuing a specific style and color palette throughout the entire home can really tie the design together and create a sense of harmony and consistency. This was just the type of refresh the clients were hoping for!