Often overlooked because of its limited size, the powder room can be the perfect space to make a bold design statement with limited investment.
In this transitional powder room design, homeowners combined contemporary mosaic tile backsplash with Miralis Euro finish shaker cabinetry (Ember) for a look that is both eye-catching and inviting. Continue reading Mosaic Tiles Make a Big Impact in This Small Powder Room
By adding square footage to their ensuite bath, these Pickering homeowners were able to make room for both luxury and style.
Continue reading Luxury Meets Style in This Stunning White Ensuite Bath Design
As kitchen and bath designers, Monarch’s team is constantly monitoring trends and we draw inspiration from a variety of sources.
Last October, when popular Young House Love DIY bloggers Sherry and John posted pictures of their latest kitchen renovation, Monarch designer Jackie Schagen was eager to see what they’d done.
As a long-time Young House Love blog follower, Jackie wasn’t surprised that Sherry and John had chosen to go with a white kitchen (their first two kitchens were also white); what she did find interesting was their departure from installing an Ikea kitchen. Continue reading Why Young House Love DIYers Chose Custom Cabinetry and Cambria Countertops for Their White Kitchen
So far this month, we have discussed how crucial planning is to your renovation’s success, the importance of hiring a RenoMark™ renovator and why having a written contract is an absolute necessity for every home renovation project.
The fourth step to your kitchen or bath renovation success involves keeping the channels of communication open throughout the renovation project to avoid any issues that may come up. Continue reading The Fourth Step to Renovation Success: Do a Progress Check
Over the last few weeks, we have discussed how crucial planning is to your renovation’s success and the importance of hiring a RenoMark™ renovator. In this blog post, we’ll review why having a written contract is an absolute necessity for every home renovation project.
When you’ve made your decision to hire a contractor, get the details in writing before any work begins. Continue reading The Third Step to Renovation Success: Get a Written Contract