Wicked Walls – How to Choose Your Connecticut Color Palette

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

You’ve been busy making decisions about the house you’re having built. From floor plans to other design aspects of your new dwelling, you feel like your head is about to pop with all the details you have to keep track of. Don’t forget one crucial addition to these details: wall colors. What? You mean you have to make even more decisions? Yes, you feel like running into a cave and hiding, but the end result will be worth it. 

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Tags: CT Home Building, Design Trends

Connecticut Home Renovation: 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Living Room Wall Color

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Picking the perfect color palette for the living spaces in your Connecticut home renovation isn’t always as easy as choosing a shade you like. It needs to work with your furnishings, your moods, the amount of light in the room and various other factors. Here are 5 tips for finding exactly the right color for your walls.

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Tags: Home Renovations, Design Trends

5 Benefits of Building a CT Custom Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There are pros and cons to everything in life, and building a CT custom home is no exception. We’re sure you’ve heard many of the disadvantages of buying a new home compared with a pre-owned one, but we’re not sure the benefits get as much airtime as they should.

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Tags: Design Trends, Building a Custom Home

Are You Embarrassed to Entertain in Your Wallingford Home?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Do you avoid inviting guests other than close family members to your home? Are you embarrassed by the state of your property, the condition of your yard or the color of your walls?

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Tags: Home Renovations, Home Remodeling, Design Trends

Smart home design for families with kids

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

We know how it works: Your first home feels spacious and welcoming, with tons of room to spread out and conveniences that you’ve crafted yourself. Then you have kids. Suddenly, all of the rules you knew before are now broken. You have to account for small hands, temper tantrums, and games of tag that will get (hilariously) out of hand in a matter of minutes. Suddenly, your home needs a ton of adjustments to make sure that it’s fit for you and the kids that now inhabit it. In this post, we will detail a few tips that you can use before you get to this point.

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Tags: Design Trends, Remodeling Tips, Building a Custom Home

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