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Expert Interview: Diane Foreman of Neil Kelly on Historical Renovations

February 26, 2009

For today's Expert Interview I was lucky enough to get responses from Diane Foreman, a designer for Neil Kelly Design/Build, one of the most respected and recognized home improvement companies in Portland. She'll be giving us some insight on her expertise: historical renovations.

Finding the Sink for Your Kitchen Remodel

March 12, 2010

I wonder how many hours per week I spend at the kitchen sink. I prepare my meals by washing all the ingredients, including fresh spices.

The Award-winning Bath and Kitchen Designs for 2009

January 15, 2010

The National Kitchen and Bath Association has announced its awards for last year's top designs for completely renovated rooms that appeal to the eye. Photos and descriptions of the top kitchens and baths are posted on their website.

Creating an Attractive Backsplash

April 19, 2010

The kitchen backsplash should not only protect your walls from flying liquids, it should complement your decor. Tile backsplashes are my personal favorite, although you can find attractive materials made out of solid surface, steel, or granite.

Plan a kitchen island that fits

August 6, 2013

A kitchen island can create a more efficient kitchen, but so often I see an island that does not fit the space properly. Instead of being efficient, it's just in the way.

Get Hooked by Transitional Spaces

July 8, 2008

Transitional spaces tend to be the places in our homes that get left behind. Mud rooms, entry ways, even hallways, it seems like they get neglected until they malfunction, which isn't very often.

Staging Your Home to Sell After Remodeling

May 24, 2010

You'd be surprised at how many people decide whether to buy your home based on their visceral reaction some 15 seconds after walking in the door. And that's if they've gone that far! Even if you've pumped thousands of dollars into upgrading or renovating your house, a poor first impression can wipe out all your efforts.

Little Consumer Love of Cash for Clunker Appliances Programs

June 25, 2010

Despite the offer of $300 million in rebates from the states under the U.S.

Presale Home Improvements: The Good and the Bad

June 21, 2010

If you're still considering putting a home on the market in the near future, your best home-improvement tools right now may just be a broom and dustpan. That's what the financial mavens at Forbes Magazine suggest.

4 work zones to make your kitchen the heart of your home

August 14, 2013

The days of the old-fashioned kitchen triangle design have diminished like the horse and buggy with the introduction of the automobile. Kitchens of today are open--and in many cases larger than they were in years past.

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