Archive for the ‘Bedrooms’ Category

A+ Space for Homework in Your Whole Home Remodel

September 10th, 2016
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hinrichbedroomThe school season is underway bringing the nightly homework ritual back into your routine. Our professional designers find that many families seeking a kitchen remodel or whole home remodel ask for a space dedicated to homework. Here are some ideas that pass the test with flying colors:

Custom Built Space
In this elegant bedroom injected with a youthful spirit, the clients’ son can work at his laptop or spread bigger projects out on the desk at a custom built-in nook. Generous bookcases make it easy to stay organized.

plofficeDesign Space in Your Kitchen
A layout that integrates your kitchen and dining area allows you to prepare dinner and answer questions while children are studying. In this Mid-Century home, a light-filled corner of the open layout kitchen is a cheerful place to hit the books.

brownofficeDedicated Room
Sometimes the best solution for designing homework and studying space in your whole home remodel is a separate room. A library/office combination offers the advantage of privacy and enhanced concentration and may be a better idea for older children.

With the right elements in place, your home can contribute to a productive school year with more fun and accomplishment and less stress! Our unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals helps you explore a variety of options for home offices, libraries, or custom space for studying and quiet time in your whole home remodel.

Don’t Miss Our Free Design and Remodeling Seminar on Tuesday, August 9

seminar1If you’ve been considering a remodel, our popular Design and Remodeling Seminars are the ideal way to gather knowledge and inspiration for your plans. You’ll gain valuable information about remodeling that will leave you feeling enthusiastic and well prepared for your project.

seminar2Join us on Tuesday, August 9 to learn about how design build remodeling works for a whole home remodel, kitchen remodeling project or custom bathroom design. Space fills up quickly … register here today!

Our seminar gives you an overview of the remodeling process and one-on-one access to our unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals. Seminars are held at the Jackson Design and Remodeling Design Center, an exciting space where you can see and touch the latest trends in remodeling, and are right next door to our new 9,000 sq. ft. Home Expressions Selection Center with hundreds of ideas for your home around every corner.

seminar3Topics Include:

• Remodel or sell? Is remodeling the best option for you?

• Design ideas that are functional to make the most use of your living space

• Choosing a contractor: What to look for? How to hire one?

• Introduction to a variety of materials, their applications from granite to quartz and more!

Our seminars are free and take place in a lively and engaging atmosphere … don’t miss out on this unparalleled way to learn about the remodeling process from start to finish! Sign up today!

From Farmhouse to Modern Home: Barn Door Ideas for Your Whole Home Remodel

July 29th, 2016
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murphy2A barn door is an unexpected design element that brings character and warmth to homes of every style. A barn door is a natural visual centerpiece. Whether between outdoor and indoor areas or as the entryway to any room in your home, barn doors make a powerful statement. Working with a professional designer, you can find the optimal way to integrate a barn door into your whole home remodel.

bkdoorWhile barn doors are larger than a typical door, they are practical in areas where space is of the essence since their sliding function takes up less room than a traditional swinging door. Typically most popular in rustic woods, barn doors also turn up in glossy painted colors and metal varieties.

murphy1Sometimes a barn door is so stylish it ends up featured on BuzzFeed! That’s what happened with this Jackson Design and Remodeling bedroom barn door in an article about the show “Fixer Upper.” Take a look!

What Mom Needs Most: A Good Night’s Sleep in a Luxurious Bedroom

May 6th, 2016
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bkbedroomFlowers and chocolates are always nice but we’ve heard most Moms would appreciate just a little more sleep!

On Mother’s Day weekend, we’re exploring some of the ways the bedroom in your whole home remodel can be a luxurious retreat to comfort the body and refresh the spirit.

Natural Light
Layers of lighting are essential in a master bedroom design, a space where you will want to read in bed at night, see easily while choosing clothing for the day, and feel relaxed at any hour. Your lighting plan should begin with a focus on murphybednatural sources so you can see the stars at night and awaken to gentle sunlight.

Keep it Simple
The bedroom benefits from ultra-simplicity in design. This is a space where accessories and clutter should be kept to a minimum. Most experts agree that it’s a good idea to keep electronics and screens out of the bedroom if you want a truly peaceful night’s sleep.

palmabedPeaceful Colors
From warm neutrals to airy nature-inspired colors, make sure the hues in your bedroom are harmonious and restful. Emphasize rich textures such as cashmere and heavy cotton to please all the senses.

A master bedroom in your whole home remodel is a place for Moms and Dads alike to take a break from the busy schedules of everyday life and feel restored and relaxed. Working with a unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals, you can retreat to your own personal suite at home for some well-deserved “me” time!

Peaceful Luxury: 5 Ideas for a Good Night’s Sleep in Your Master Bedroom

January 15th, 2016
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lyonbedroomResearch has suggested time and again that getting a good night’s sleep is essential to physical health and mental well-being. If you’d like to get more restful sleep this year than you did in 2015, here are five ideas for bringing peaceful luxury to the master bedroom in your whole home remodel:

1. Connection to Nature
Opening your master bedroom to the natural world with large windows, glass doors, a deck or a cozy window seat establishes a sense of serenity and calm, along with rejuvenating fresh air and natural light. A professional designer can help you find the ideal balance between natural light and a restful sleep by helping you select adaptable window treatments.

2. Soft Colors
murphybedroomThe master bedroom is one place in your home where it’s usually a good idea to stay away from bright and bold colors in favor of neutral or pastel hues, adding interest with layers of appealing texture or accessories.

3. No Screens
One of the primary guidelines for promoting sleep in your master bedroom is keeping the room free of all screens, from phones to tv’s and computers.

4. Space Planning
The bed should be placed so that you can easily access it on three sides and navigate smoothly throughout your bedroom with plenty of open space. Minimal furniture and clutter-free surfaces create the most peaceful environment.

blackkingbed5. Fireplace
A fireplace in your master bedroom is a wonderful, romantic luxury and inspires relaxing retreats day or night. A fireside seating area takes full advantage of this feature.

A master bedroom is one of the most personal spaces in your home, a place where you want to feel comfortable and restored. Working with our unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals, you can discover how to transform your master bedroom into an inviting place to retreat from the cares of the day and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.