The entrance way is one of the most underused spaces in the home primarily because it’s a transition space between the front door and the rest of your house. As small as the space is, it can still serve as a warm and inviting area.
You’ll be surprised to learn that at one point, it was fashionable for upstate landowners to create their own ruined structures in their backyards. From crumbling ramparts to vestiges of castle walls, these “ruined” backyards have a storied history and are a landscaping trend noted as one of the more unorthodox but strangely appealing design trends to have been invented.
When it comes to kitchen remodeling, space has always been a recurring issue. Of all the rooms in the house, it’s easily the most crowded and stuffy, even if the original floor area is relatively wide. That said, the kitchen is actually the easiest part of the house to make look larger, wihtout actually extending the floor space.
The French Formal Garden has been the benchmark of garden elegance since the heyday of the Versailles. It has a distinct look and feel that exudes class and Old World charm, and is very distinct from the likes of Italian and British landscape design.
The success of any home improvement project largely depends on the performance of your chosen contractor. Whether you’re looking to remodel a kitchen or install new siding, you should properly evaluate the experience and knowledge of your potential contractor. PJ Sullivan Construction, one of the premier design-build companies in the Tri-State area, shares some tips on choosing the best company to handle your home improvement needs.