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KITCHEN UPDATE IN GERMAN VILLAGE

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making their kitchen a drop zone.

The entry from the garage was flanked by a laundry room on one side and a closet and

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CONTENTS

FALL 2020

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DON’T CROWD THE COOK

Kitchen renovation carefully planned for maneuvering inside historic home

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A German Village kitchen honors its 1880s roots and the

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The kitchen opens up to the hearth room,

then a patio room, and then to the pond

beyond. “The party goes right outside,”

Kim says.

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Don't Crowd

the Cook

Kitchen renovation carefully planned

for maneuvering inside historic home

BY KAREN BRADNER | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

While there is plenty of room for them, there are no barstools anywhere near the

handsome 9 by 4-foot island in Kim Borcherding’s newly remodeled kitchen. And

there’s a definite reason for that. Kim likes to cook and entertain crowds on a seriously

regular basis and she would prefer her guests not cluster near the island and

fence her in while she is cooking. ➻

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“I like to disperse the crowd so I can

really function,” she says.

The fact that Kim and her husband,

Douglas Gaker, like their space, is evident

as soon as you drive up to their

1,800-foot long driveway to their nearly

200-year-old farmhouse. Sitting on

200 acres, their home affords plenty of

breathing room. Scattered nearby are a

pond, tennis court, two barns, an oversized

garage, a guest home, and plenty

of gardens.

Yours, mine and ours

When the couple married six years

ago, Douglas who is a urologist for the

Kettering Health Network, already

owned the home. Kim was owner of

Borcherding Buick GMC and the two

shared a love of vintage cars—and

seven mostly grown children between

them. The newlyweds quickly got busy

blending their families.

As with most families, much of

the bonding was taking place in the

heart of the home. While the original

kitchen was large and had high-quality

walnut cabinetry, the renovation was

30 years old, the space was dark and

the arrangement wasn’t very workfriendly

for Kim. She used the space as

command central for six years, until it

slowly became apparent the room was

due for an upgrade.

“The appliances began going out one

by one,” Kim says. “We decided it was

time.”

Once the decision to remodel was

made, the couple did not hesitate to

call Carrie and John Bordenkircher,

owners of Kircher Design and Build.

The two had previously renovated the

home’s upstairs bath, and Kim and

Douglas knew they were the right

team for this job.

During the initial planning stage,

Kim was focused on creating a farmhouse

kitchen. As John and Carrie

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2 A beverage station includes two refrigerated drawers, which a friend

convinced Kim to include. She was skeptical at first, but loves having

them now. 3 A pot-filler faucet is positioned near the range, but also

above a second sink, making it handy on multiple levels. 4 The stately

island was custom designed for the space and hand built with walnut and

maple woods. 5 Kim arranges flowers grown on the property. Douglas is

a member of the Dahlia Society of Ohio.

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introduced farmhouse-style elements

Kim began to realize that wasn’t what

she really wanted. “I am more of a

dressy person and I needed to stay

authentic to myself,” she says.

The existing design was an ornate,

Tuscan style which didn’t go with the

Federal style of the home. The challenge,

Carrie says, was taking an already

handsome space and transforming it

into something that would give the

homeowners that “wow” factor.

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Bells and whistles

Another challenge: the sheer number

of appliances Kim wanted in her new

kitchen—including a LaCornue range,

two Miele wall ovens—one steam and

one combination, a standalone freezer

and refrigerator, a dishwasher, two

beverage drawers, an ice maker, a flash

freezer, and a dehydrator.

“There is no toy I didn’t get,” Kim

says with a smile. “These appliances

can make you a master chef even if

you aren’t one.”

While the Kircher team kept the

footprint of the main kitchen the

same, they were able to gather a good

deal of additional space by relocating

an adjacent laundry room to the

upstairs owners’ suite. This new butler’s

pantry serves as a food prep area

with plenty of counter and cabinet

space.

Island of dreams

When it came time to design the focal

point of the kitchen, Kim found a

photo online of an island she liked.

“I gave it to them to show the look

and feel I was after, Kim says. “Boy did

they take it and run!”

“That island is an artistic piece,”

Carrie says. “The photo Kim gave us

only showed a partial end view. It took

John a lot of time to create.”


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Once his design was complete, John turned plans over to the craftsmen at

Peters Cabinetry who custom built it based on his drawing. The final product

resembles a heirloom-quality piece of furniture that introduces form as well as a

good deal of function to the kitchen.

“Have I shown you these drawers?” Kim says. “The storage in this is unbelievable.

Remarkable.”

Chef’s choice

Just a step away from the island, the 48-inch LaCornue range holds court, with

a hammered copper range hood mounted above it between a set of windows.

The dual fuel ovens are two of the four ovens found throughout the space.

“With such a large family, at any given time I’ve got four ovens and the cooktop

going,” says Kim, who admits her favorite appliance just may be her Miele

steam oven.

“The way the heat cooks the food—superior results,” she says. “Doug stocked

the lake with trout. He went fishing a few weeks ago, caught one, cleaned it and

stuck it in the steam oven. We had fresh trout for dinner that night.”

Hello Freddy

Another appliance that gets a lot of accolades is the blast chiller, nicknamed

“Freddy” by its manufacturer.

“We have a garden,” Kim says. “The idea is to bring fresh foods in, do the prep,

flash freeze them, and store them in our main freezer. When we are ready to use

them, they are just as fresh as the day we picked them.”

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Room to roam

Just as in the space around her island, Kim doesn’t want any bottlenecks in the

traffic flow while entertaining. The kitchen flows easily through a wide-open

archway into a family room and on to a four-season patio room—all with a

calming view of the pond.

That archway had to be rebuilt by the Kircher team. “Old houses are tough,”

Carrie says. “Things are out of square.” They also had to shore up and replace the

kitchen and hearth room floors being careful not to damage their radiant heat

system.

The renovation also necessitated a rewiring of the entire space. The team at

Hanson Audio Video took on that task and installed a state-of-the-art security

system along with the latest and greatest television and sound components.

The hearth room got a bit of a facelift as well, with a new Obsidian tile surround

on the fireplace, which picks up the backsplash tile in the kitchen. The

mantel is hand made by John from a piece of walnut wood that came from a

farm in Lebanon. Walls are painted a rich navy blue suggested by the Kircher

team. Kim was hesitant to go forward with the strong color at first, but now

admits, “I’ve become a blue nut!” ➻

6 The pond is a magnet for family and friends when the couple entertains.

7 The dining room table is set with pieces from the couple’s

extensive collection of German Meissen Blue Onion china which was

passed on to them from Douglas’ mother. 8 The hearth room got a bit

of a facelift as well, with new cabinetry, a tile surround, and a Samsung

Frame TV posing as artwork. 9 Formerly a laundry room, this butler’s

pantry works well for party prep and includes a blast chiller and dehydrator,

(on the right) and plenty of cabinetry to house serving pieces.

10 Chairs from the informal dining area, double as extra seating when

pulled into the hearth room and paired up with matching ottomans.

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Respectful update

Despite all of this updating to 21st

century amenities, Kim and Douglas

are incredibly respectful of the home’s

history. A framed newspaper clipping

in their front parlor tells the history of

the home and a bit about its original

owner, Samuel Jeffery. Plus, Douglas

has written a piece titled “Beauty”

about the property and what it means

to be part of its history. The first line

begins “The beauty is not in the bricks.

It is in the story that only they could

know.”

The takeaway from all of their

efforts, Kim says, “Is the privilege it is

to be a part of the history and legacy

of this place.”

After all, she says, “Kitchens will

come and go but the stories that are

created in the kitchen will last a lifetime.”

11 A framed print of the home honors the original owner, Samuel Jeffery.

12 The front façade shows the addition of two front porches that were

added to the home’s original structure. 13 Near the entrance to the dining

room, a freezer is concealed by cabinetry panels. The refrigerator is on the

hearth room side of the space, just inside the archway

RESOURCES:

Design and construction: Kircher

Design & Build, Designer John

Bordenkircher, CKBR, Lead Carpenter

Mike Maddox, CLC Cabinetry:

Peters Cabinetry Countertops: LG

Viatera and Caesarstone, fabricated by

KBR Manufacturing Lighting: Kichler

from Lyons Lighting Appliances:

Miele ovens, refrigerator and freezer,

LaCornue range, Hoshizaki ice maker,

Trinox blast chiller and dehydrator Sink:

The Galley Faucets: Kohler Artifacts,

Ferguson Cabinet pulls: Hardware

Resources Flooring: About Hardwood

Floor Company, Inc. Backsplash

and fireplace tile: Hamilton Parker

Fireplace insert: Dayton Fireplace

Hearth room chairs, rug, dining

table: Hoffman & Albers Interiors

Walls: Sherwin Williams Indigo Batik and

Keystone Landscaping: Jerry Majors

Windows: Marvin Windows and Doors

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The double herringbone backsplash

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Kitchen renovation adds function

and flair to shotgun-style home

BY LEE RHODES | Photos by Samantha Rickman


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As historic homes go, Brad Stoll and Catherine Jopling’s residence in German Village is

not atypical. A quintessential shotgun-style home, the 1880s-era structure has undergone

multiple changes throughout its lifespan. There have been piecemeal updates over

the years. Layers of flooring were added on top of each other, representing literal layers

of history. An addition of square footage took place in the late 1970s.

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Despite the changes, it’s no surprise that

the kitchen, while long on charm, was short

on usable space. For Brad and Catherine,

who are both avid cooks and love to entertain,

a renovation was in order. But the

room’s narrow footprint—one room wide,

half a block long—presented unique challenges.

“The room ahead of the kitchen represented

one time period, and the room behind

it represented another, so the kitchen had

to serve as a transition and connect rooms

that are stylistically very different from one

another,” explains Catherine.

Making the connection

To honor the historic legacy of one space and

maintain the more modern vibe in the other,

as well as achieve continuity throughout, the

couple engaged Tyler Swartzmiller, principal

designer with Haus Studio. Working with

residential contractor DelBiondo Homes,

he was able to maximize functional space,

upgrade cabinetry, incorporate modern

appliances, improve upon items that aren’t

readily visible, like duct work, and enhance

everything that is readily visible, like the

color palette.

Catherine admits she was initially drawn

to multiple colors and patterns, but Tyler

encouraged her to tone it down slightly in

an effort to think of what future buyers may

find appealing. Thus the matte white of the

appliances became the jumping off point

for the cabinetry and the rest of the room,

including the green of the island, Sherwin

Williams’ Shade Grown.

“We wanted to add a bold color but nothing

that would be offensive,” explains Tyler.

“Greens, blues and earthy tones are very

appealing to most buyers. They create an

environment you want to be in.”

Touches of the green can be found

throughout, such as the trim on one window.

The light, bright cabinetry lining the

kitchen’s perimeter is a putty hue and,

though the room has height, the couple

opted against a full second row of cabinets.

Tyler suggested a trey ceiling with beams, as

well as half-cabinets with clear-glass lighting,

creating a feeling of loftiness without

the wasted space that sometimes comes with

high cabinets.


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2 The warm wood of the range hood is a strong focal

point for the space. 3 A three-tiered flatware drawer

features a handsome walnut inset. 4 Interiors of doors

and drawers were designed to maximize function.

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Topping it off

The countertops are Cambria quartz, which is harder than granite or marble,

making it more durable and less likely to scratch, chip, or stain. Tyler worked

closely with the couple to choose the right designs and finishes for their project,

settling on Ironsbridge in a gloss finish, giving the countertops a cream base,

and Charlestown in a matte finish, adding depth.

“Ironsbridge, often used as a marble alternative, has all of the beauty with

none of the maintenance,” explains Marni Cercone from Cambria. “With a

neutral background of whites and creams and veins of grey, Ironsbridge merges

warm and cool tones, so it makes a strong design statement.”

It’s also maintenance free, so it doesn’t require regular sealing and polishing;

homeowners can wipe it down with warm water and mild soap. “Cambria is

nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t harbor any harmful bacteria,” adds

Marni. “Especially now, a clean surface is a must.”

The kitchen flooring is comprised of cork, which is comfortable on weary

cooks’ feet. It also serves to bridge the gap between the historic wood floors in

the front of the home to the more modern flooring in the back. The drum lights

above the island create a pleasing ambience, particularly in the evenings. The

under-cabinet lighting is bluetooth controlled and, as Brad explains, “It’s already

on in the morning when we come down, and we can switch to dim light in the

evening when we’re relaxing. It creates a nice contrast.”

Nod to the neighborhood

There are numerous other small details that not only add panache but also

honor the classic details of the original older home. The double herringbone

backsplash, for instance, matches the home’s exposed brick and the sidewalks

that are signature to the German Village. Other details? Some drawers have

multiple tiers, and the pots and pans are separated by dowel dividers for easier

storage. Not to be outdone by functionality, there are unique aesthetic details as

well. For instance, the island drawers contain a walnut accent with a soft grain.

“When you open those drawers, it gives you a warm feeling,” explains Tyler.

“Small details can really bring the entire kitchen together. It’s important to think

outside the box.”

If thinking outside the box is trendy, so too is thinking beyond the countertop.

Marni explains that Cambria is being used for everything from shelving

and shower walls to furniture and fireplace surrounds. Other trends? Using a

“chunkier” edge profile on islands to make a statement. She’s also seeing light

wood cabinetry and flooring, which provides a fresh look; a mix of metal finishes

on hardware, lighting, and hoods; and matte finishes across all materials.

Finally, naturalism is trending. Homeowners are currently eschewing the

white, sterile kitchens and embracing wood tones and earthy hues. “After all,”

concludes, Tyler, “People are spending more time in their houses these days, so

they want them to be inviting.”


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The island countertop adds subtle

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A trio of opaque metal pendants

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DelBiondo Homes Cabinetry: Custom, Haus Studio Flooring:

Eco Cork Locking Collection in Pedras, America’s Floor Source

Countertops: Cambria Ironsbridge on island; Charlestown

Matte on perimeter Backsplash: Ragno Bianco in double

herringbone Faucets: Brizo Artesso in Luxe Gold Dishwasher:

Bosch Cooktop: Thermador Refrigerator and oven: GE Cafe

Paint: Island in Sherwin Williams Shade Grown; Trim in Benjamin

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Lighting: Savoy House Alden Pendants, Zanadoo Sconce

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The detail lighting in the theatre can change colors, but

the homeowner prefers the blue setting.

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projectSPOTLIGHT

Ohio homeowner never misses a movie in at-home theatre

BY SARAH J. DILLS | Photos by Dawn M. Smith

Welcome to the new normal. Thanks to sheltering in place, social distancing and business closures, we are all

spending much more of our time inside our homes. As a result of all of this staying at home, the audio-video

industry is booming. Homeowners want faster internet, larger screens, more channels…and Troy Hanson and

his team at Hanson Audio Video can hardly keep up. ➻

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“Connectivity is more important than ever,”

Hanson, owner of the company he started

in 1999, explains. “If anyone has lost their

job due to this pandemic, they should look

into the construction industry. I know of

companies with over year-long back logs.

People are stuck at home, so they want to

be comfortable.”

Theatre closed? No problem.

Luckily one Cincinnati homeowner

completed her home theatre renovation

last year. Hanson was introduced to her

through Doni Flanigan, an interior designer

who was working to renovate the lower level

of the home. While Flanigan is a master

of materials, fabrics and color; he knows

Hanson is the expert of what’s happening

behind the scenes.

“We do a 3D CAD design of the room to

scale, because we know what seating will

work best in the space, we know the best

layout of the room for optimal viewing and

audio; but then we turn it over to Doni for

the finishes,” Hanson says. “Our work is

behind the scenes.”

Where the magic happens

And there is a lot going on behind those

fabric panels. Hanson works with a

company that tests fabrics for their sound

capabilities, and wall material is selected for

the best sound quality. There are also foam

panels behind all of the fabric panels in the

room. And that’s just for the sound quality.

When Hanson sat down with the

homeowner for what he calls a “Dream

Session,” she had an existing, out-dated

system she wanted replaced; but she had

no idea of the capabilities available today.

“We gave her a 160-inch screen with

an 8k projector,” Hanson describes. “4k

technology is eight million pixels. This is

four times that. It is literally like looking

through a window into whatever you’re

watching.”

The homeowner agrees, “Sometimes the

movies look like they’re in 3D.”

As for the theatre’s name, Starlite,

the homeowner’s son selected the name

because of the twinkle light detail on the

ceiling that looks like stars.

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2 Neighborhood friends are invited

over for movie nights once a month.

They play pool, eat and watch a movie.

3 The theatre seats, very comfortably,

up to 12 moviegoers.

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20 Years of Housetrends Showcase

Beautiful Bedrooms and Baths

All year long we are celebrating 20 years of showcasing spectacular spaces

to inspire ideas as you consider a room makeover or whole-home remodel.

In this issue we are sharing some of our favorite bedrooms and baths.

2000-2020

Cincinnati, Ohio

climb the wall

Horizontal planks of engineered hardwood flooring extend a rustic

feel onto the walls in this guest bedroom. Because the boards are

applied to the wall that’s visible from the room’s entry, this warm

treatment creates an immediate, eye-catching focal point. »

Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

RESOURCES

Interior design:

Designs on Madison

Walls:

McSwain

Builder:

Wieland Builders

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

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Columbus, Ohio

RESOURCES

Designer:

Jill Elliot Interiors

Contractor:

H Design/Build

Bathroom sink & countertops:

Solazzo Marble & Granite

Imports

Cabinetry:

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Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

Charm of the Century

Warm pendant lights, neutral colors, and large area rugs soften this charming

bedroom space that is perfectly appropriate for the 100-plus-year-oldhome.

The suite addition also includes space for an oversized bathroom

complete with soapstone countertops, a spacious soaking tub and a large

shower.

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Night Visions

Sliding glass doors off this bedroom lead to an

expansive balcony that is also accessible from the

living room allowing a view of festive homerun

fireworks. Even the accompanying black and white

master bath has a spectacular view, but remote controlled

shades offer privacy when needed. »

Cincinnati, Ohio

RESOURCES

Architect:

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Contractor:

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Window treatments:

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Photos by Robin Victor Goetz

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Dayton, Ohio

RESOURCES

Interior design:

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French Flair

The designer’s goal for this guest bedroom, which was featured in

the Dayton Philharmonic 2009 Designers’ Show House, was to create

a restful retreat for relaxing and sleeping. The soft colors, fabric

choices and painted headboard give the space a bit of French flavor.

Photo by Jim Crotty

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Outside In

In this owner’s retreat, a wall of windows facing the woods was

carefully planned to make the tranquil scenery the main feature

of this symmetrically balanced room. The adjoining bathroom

features a floating island vanity—two vanities positioned as

mirror images—and an oversized shower with a high window

that brings in daylight and a bit of green. »

Columbus, Ohio

RESOURCE

Contractor, bathroom design:

J.S. Brown & Co.

Bathroom tile:

Hamilton Parker

Sinks and faucets:

Ferguson

Photo by Dale Clark

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Cincinnati, Ohio

RESOURCES

Interior design:

Designs on Madison

Builder:

High Pointe Custom Homes

Sleepover Special

Four built-in beds with a center staircase provide the perfect set-up

for children to hang out with siblings, friends or cousins. Two full-size

beds on the lower level give an extra bit of wiggle room should bed-time

stories—read by mom, dad, grandma or grandpa—become part of the

evening’s entertainment.

Photo by Greg Grupenhof

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Strips and Stripes

This bedroom’s tall ceiling allows room to play vertically

with architectural elements. A sleek strip of molding lining

the wall and tray ceiling was stained to match the modern

wood headboard. The effect transforms the bed into the

alluring focal point. »

Dayton, Ohio

RESOURCE

Builder:

G.A. White

Interior designer:

Debbie Sykes

Interior trim:

The Hardwood Store

Photo by Dawn M. Smith

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Columbus, Ohio

RESOURCES

Contractor and design:

Dave Fox Design-Build Remodelers

Fireplace and Tile:

Hamilton Parker

Bath Fixture:

Ferguson

Countertops:

Stonemart, fabricated by Konkus

Marble & Granite

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

Glamorous Getaway

This bedroom got an exquisite facelift with the addition of custom woodworking

on the ceiling, columns and built-in shelving. Elegant touches include a chandelier

replacing a ceiling fan and a wall of draperies serving as a stately backdrop for the

king-size bed. An accompanying 20 x 20-foot bath includes a 7 x 3-foot island.

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Patio Season, Re-imagined.

With people spending more and more time

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HOW SMART DO YOU WANT YOUR HOME TO BE?

Today there seems to be a Smart Home product for everything. You can control

your faucet, lights and even your shower from an app on your phone. With so many

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HOW TO SELECT A REMODELER

Word-of-Mouth Referrals are Key

The best way to find qualified, professional help is through

word-of-mouth referrals. The National Association of the

Remodeling Industry - NARI - is a great resource to find

educated professionals. Common sources for qualified

remodelers or contractors include:

■ Relatives/friends/neighbors

■ Business colleagues

■ Lenders

■ Real estate agents

■ Local material supplier (lumber yards, specialty

product providers, etc.)

Seven Tips to Find a

Qualified Remodeler

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CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL?

Remodeling a home is a big decision and as a

homeowner you want to be sure the remodeling

professional you hire is qualified to perform the work to

the highest level of professionalism, integrity and quality.

Hiring a NARI Certified Professional Assures:

■ Your remodeling professional has been vetted by the

foremost remodeling industry association.

■ Your remodeling professional has met strict standards

for remodeling expertise, project management and

professional conduct.

■ You are selecting an expert in the field, capable of

completing your project to industry management and

quality best practices.

■ You are entrusting your project to a dedicated

professional who is committed to his/her craft through

continuing education and professional development.

Knowledge Experience

NARI has developed the Accredited Remodeling

Company program to help you easily identify remodeling

companies who have met the industry standard for

remodeling business management and operations.

NARI Certified Professionals have demonstrated their

commitment to excellence and to validating their

knowledge annually. NARI offers eight certifications that

recognize that knowledge.

The experience that remodelers gain from working with

materials, tools and solving problems on a day-to-day

basis is invaluable. A pro can anticipate potential issues

and have a backup plan just in case.

Risk Management

In order to be a member in good standing, NARI

company members must hold the appropriate licenses

and insurance as dictated by local municipal and state

laws. Make sure your contractor company is also bonded

and carries insurance for their crew and staff.

Quality Is Cheapest in the Long Run

It may be tempting to renovate your bathroom or

kitchen, but in the long run hiring a qualified remodeler

may save you money.

Homeowners embark upon a DIY project with the best

of intentions only to realize they do not have the tools

required, know-how needed and available time to see the

project through to completion.

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Hot products help create the ultimate escape

BY CHRISTINA KLEINER

Good design tends to start with the simplest of details. Your great room might be designed

around a favorite sofa, while your kitchen’s color scheme might revolve around a treasured

serving piece. Here are a few new products that just might serve as the jumping-off point you

need to create your ultimate bathroom retreat. ➻

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Kohler DTV digital shower system

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Sterling Unwind bathtub

Soak in style

Every bathroom deserves a good tub and there is

something about the rectangular shape of the Sterling

Unwind bathtub that encourages a good soaking.

Kohler DTV digital shower system

Hi-tech shower

Turn your shower into an experience by eliminating the manual

handles and knobs and installing a digital system like Kohler’s DTV.

The one-touch system offers an abundance of customization options

including temperature control and timers to limit water usage.

Robern Vesper vanity mirror

Well-lit

The often-forgotten vanity mirror takes center

stage thanks to built-in lighting. Robern’s Vesper

can add a soft and subtle glow.

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Native Trails Amalfi vessel bowl

Artistic sink

Turn your vanity into a work of art with a glass vessel

bowl like the Amalfi from Native Trails.

Infinity French swing shower doors from Basco

Shower doors

These Basco Infinity semi-frameless French swing shower doors

are the final polished accent for your bathroom.

Finish with a faucet

Faucets have come a long way. Now

considered to be an important design

element in the bathroom, a sleek faucet

like the Corsini from Fortis can be

that last finishing touch you need to

create the perfect look.

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