Remodeling trends this year in Murrieta, Temecula and neighboring cities:
CLEAN AND BRIGHT - Remodelers are leaning towards a cleaner, brighter look. They are using light-colored tiles and countertops to keep a refreshing feeling.
PATTERNS - Remodelers chose at least one tile with a unique pattern or layout to create interest in their new space.
BOLD FIXTURES - Remodelers chose plumbing, lighting, and other wall fixtures that made a statement with color or design to add some warmth to their clean designs.
Come work with us in the new year to design the space of your dreams! Whether you've already received an estimate from us, or you're just beginning your remodeling journey, we're excited to begin building your vision!
Mood boards are one of the best ways to create inspiration and get an idea of the look you want to create in your home. They help you match up colors, patterns, and styles. It is one of the best exercises we use here at Caron Constructions to help our customers get a clear view of their vision. Follow these simple steps to get started on yours! 1. Consider what materials you'll need What are you redesigning? Are you doing a kitchen? A bathroom? How many walls will be tiled? Painted? What fixtures will you need? Accent pieces? This will help you narrow down exactly what needs to be on the board. 2. Chose your backdrop We try to work from the floor up. As flooring is one of the biggest statements in a home, it's important to have materials that match well with it. We've been using our hardwood flooring, tiles, and luxury vinyl as our back drops for these boards. 3. Start Layering
Beginning a remodel is no easy feat. From choosing what needs to be updated, selecting a contractor, to finding your design, the process can seem long and intimidating. Our team has come up with 5 easy steps to follow to help you stay on track, and complete your remodel as quickly and effortlessly as possible. 1: Create a Remodel File It is a MUST to have a notebook, folder, or file in your phone with all thoughts, questions, answers, and ideas pertaining to your remodel. As you collect more information, you'll want it all accessible in one specific area. The more organized you are, the smoother the process. Create a section for questions and answers, inspirational pictures and ideas, costs, and general notes about your progress and status. 2: Consider Your Space Consider the space that you want to change, and ask yourself what it is you dislike about it. What are the things you really want to change? Is it outdated? Are the colors wrong? Is the layou