Going Down Under

You’ve got the plans and you know what it is you want. Maybe it’s a game room to play Halo in, or a home theater where you can watch the latest Blu-ray or the big game. But whatever your basement remodeling plans are, don’t start them until you know your home’s most vulnerable space is ready. Do you need help preparing your basement. Adirondack Basement Systems will be at the Times Union Home Expo with tips on how to get started.

Waterproofing must precede remodeling:
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High Style Design

The modern American home is constantly evolving, and while some trends go in and out of style, others take their place in the design arena and stick around. The trends that stand the test of time are often those that allow people to live more comfortably and get more use out of their home.

When it comes to home design, kitchen and bath renovation projects still remain at the top of the list for most homeowners. But what are people demanding from these upgrades? Here are a few trends we’ve seen in 2016.
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Industrial Farmhouse

Surrounded by an arch of red brick, parsons chairs stand at either end of the farmhouse reclaimed lumber table, illuminated by the lanterns above the rustic kitchen island. Adjacent are barn doors that lead the way into the pantry. Just your average rustic industrial home, right? Wrong! At Urban Industrial Design, owner and operator Brian Seitz decided to invest in his talents and pursue his dream of doing what he loves – joining fine carpentry with metal fabrication to create classic and original pieces of furniture. His sense of aesthetics is a unique balance between the rustic charm of reclaimed wood materials combined with a hint of edginess that adds sophistication.

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The Simple Transition…Tile and Wood

Open floor plans are very popular today, all the rooms mixed in one is a regular thing. You can accentuate your areas using various space dividers, accents and floor covers. Tiles in the kitchen, wood in the living room, concrete in the entryway… but how to make a transition between them in a cool way? Here are some new desing ideas that may help you.

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It’s a Wrap!

You can run to the store, purchase a couple rolls of wrapping paper, a bag of bows and call it a day. But this is a time of giving…Taking a few extra moments of your time to make the gift wrap part of the present. When you receive a gift that has obviously been wrapped with care, your heart is filled with joy!
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Durable Garage Flooring

We’ll start by ending some confusion about epoxy right now.  An  epoxy garage floor coating is not paint.  Paint for garage floors is a latex acrylic product. If you are ready to have your garage floor finished with an epoxy coating, then you should know that the right company will need to be hired.  A company that will make you feel good about the money your going to spend.  At Capital CoverCrete, there is no need to sacrifice quality and strength for convenience. Their best selling floor coatings are installed and ready for foot traffic the same day, then warrantied for a lifetime.

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Life and Design In Color

Floor plans, design, and décor all play an important role in the feel of any home, but there is another player in this game that is powerful…Color! From practical applications to psychological effects color can enhance your home in many ways. The colors you choose can even influence how the size and shape of a room is perceived. Every October, the design world waits with bated breath for the big reveal, what is the pallet of the year?
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