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Carving out more usable space in your home...

At long clunky old slow web site is being replaced. This shall serve as our inaugural Blog Post.

At this time of year, I am continually getting calls and emails from folks who are trying to find ways to improve their nest for the winter. For some people, that means switching out an old tile floor with a new, warm cork floor. For other people, that means removing old carpet from their home, in favor of a resilient and non out-gassing flooring covering such as oiled wood floors, cork, floors, or natural linoleum.

In Madison (our HQ) people very often will look to expand usable space in their home. This means finishing of an attic or perhaps elevating the design of a basement space. Kids get wild around here in the winter, and we need to create spaces for them to be active (or quiet) unless we want to have our living room destroyed on the daily.

This photo showcases such an effort. Our client finished off their 1930s bungalow attic space with some drywall, paint, baseboards, and good old natural linoleum. This color is called Bleached Gold. My iPhone is no match for professional photography, but you can get the general idea.

Give us a call or send an email if you would like to brainstorm options for how you can elevate your space, on budget, and with minimal fuss.

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