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Back in kindergarten, you were most likely taught about the five senses – to see, to hear, to feel, to smell and to taste. Did you know that these senses should be strongly considered when designing a space, whether an office, hotel or home? It creates a Multisensory Experience and people experience these senses differently from person…

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Cans of paint with brushes, palette samples and house plan

Whether you are building a new home, remodeling a room, or just want to make a small update to a blank wall, paint is an important component of the process that can really elevate the space. While it seems to be a simple task that most people don’t look forward to, there are a few things to consider…

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There are so many tweaks you can make to a home when you get the urge to update it. One of these additions is to add tile since it can go on your floor, walls or as an accent. However, not all tile is created equal, so we are here to help you navigate all the…

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“Employee” is a title many of us have held at least once in our life. From taking orders at a fast food restaurant, to overseeing a department, along with a vast range of other responsibilities, these are the people who contribute to the company’s progress and hopeful success. They are the eyes, ears and hands…

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Pre-Design Diagram

If you are a home or business owner looking to renovate or build a new space, it can be confusing on where to start. But no worries – it’s our job to help get the ball rolling and remember all the different things that need to happen for your project to run smoothly. If you…

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Carpet has been a staple product in the United States since the first mill opened in 1791 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has changed and evolved with each century, and has become a necessity in homes and businesses to not only add warmth, texture and personality to a space, but can also help demonstrate a strong…

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Wood + Tile

When you are sitting in your home reading this blog (maybe you are in your kitchen, bedroom or basement), stop for a second and look up at your ceiling. What do you see? Most likely, it looks like other residential ceilings you have seen (if you’ve ever looked up when you were in another home).…

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