How about the services of a professional designer?
One of the most successful investments in a kitchen or bathroom remodel project is someone skilled at assessing consumers’ individual needs and wants and creating designs that meet and exceed these requirements.
The primary reasons a homeowner turns to a kitchen or bathroom designer is to translate your vision—and often your unstated or unrealized needs—into a design that maximizes the functional use of space, desired resources and budget.
Having options and direction is critical to efficient outcomes and did you know that the services of a professional designer usually represent only about four percent of a total project budget? That’s a bargain, considering how designers’ expertise saves time and money and assures a more valuable and satisfying outcome.
Building or renovating a kitchen and bath is one of the most important investments you will make in your home. Not only does it involve careful planning, but also extensive research and building knowledge.
Find a Kitchen or bath designer in Flower Mound or your area.
USI Design & Remodeling is a National,”Best of the Best” Design Award Winner, and “Remodeler of the Year” Award Winner. We provide service to Flower Mound and the Dallas and surrounding metro areas.
This elegant and all-white Kitchen features Carrara marble stonework and deeply coffered ceilings. The beams add structure and visual weight to the room, as well as unite the two areas to provide an expanded visual presentation.
Results are driven by a vision and today those design features are drivers that can create huge dividends for your satisfaction in a project well put together, as well as a financial return.
This before picture of the same project by, USI Design & Remodeling, illustrates the lengths an ambitious design will carry a home remodel.
USI Design & Remodeling is a National,”Best of the Best” Design Award Winner, and “Remodeler of the Year” Award Winner. We provide service to Coppell TX and the Dallas and surrounding metro areas.
“It took a lot of work by the team to determine the appropriate header and ceiling heights to bring the new open spaces together properly while managing the structural loads,” Chumbley says.
Traditional elements in the kitchen such as Classic white cabinetry pay homage to the homes original millwork. A massive island offers ample seating for larger gatherings and updates this older Dallas homes interior design.
Widening openings provide better connection for casual living areas, try incorporating big ideas to get uncommon results.
USI Design & Remodeling is a National,”Best of the Best” Design Award Winner and multiple “Remodeler of the Year” Award Winner serving the Dallas and surrounding metro areas.
This process may involve finding an unfamiliar team that can be trusted to handle major project planning and implementation. In some cases the new buyers are out of the area and worry-free remodeling is a must.
When this happens reputations are critical and so are results.
Remodeling professionals are positioned today like many other professions by providing market segmentation to help you identify what your looking for.
If your not seeing it, look somewhere else..Design/Remodeling specialists handle the quick start many home owners in these positions need.
“Turning on a dime”, has new meaning for fast paced remodelers and home buyers. USI is geared to assisting relocating home buyers in renovating their new home.
Practical tactics for a predictable performance model when interviewing Dallas Design-Builders
1) Determine what you need in a partner
A. Dedicated remodeling professional (Not side-line remodeler)
B. Company offering in-house Design
C. Local office (Verified)
D. Public Business and Professional members (Dallas BBB, Dallas Builders Association, Dallas National Association of the Remodeling Industry)
*3rd party reviews are indicative of a businesses having repeatable outcomes
E. Network of Professional Associations from trade suppliers for efficiency to banking relationships to help their clients meet the needs of their projects
All of this you would expect to find on a progressive website, plus a portfolio of completed work and any accolades the’ve received along the way.
A scientific approach plus doing your homework regarding building to budget will get the best results.
Texas Association of Builders Star Awards Finalists Announced, Kitchen and Bath Remodeling is hotly contested as is Remodeler of the Year
Texas Association of Builders: Members include Remodelers, Architects, Designers and Builders
Thank you to all the 2013 Star Awards entrants and congratulations to our finalists. An impressive number of entries were submitted this year, reflective of the quality and scope of the home building industry statewide. Now it’s time to be there when we reveal the winners in front of their peers and their industry. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, June 25 beginning at 3:15 p.m. in the Cibolo Canyon Ballroom at an event open to all Sunbelt Builders Show™ registrants. Registration is free for a limited time. Join your colleagues from around the state at the JW Marriott® San Antonio Hill Country Resort to find out who gets to take home one of these gorgeous trophies.
The Texas Association of Builders holds the annual competition to showcase the outstanding work of builders, remodelers, architects, designers, and sales, marketing, and construction professionals in Texas and the Southwest. Entries were judged by a distinguished panel of industry experts from across the nation during an intense two-day judging period. Winners will be featured in the July/August issue of Texas Builder Magazine.
Thank you for your spectacular entries and the quality of your work!
The Star Awards is the Southwest’s premier building industry awards program, the TAB has 10,000+ Statewide members. Winning (even being a finalist) sets them apart as one of the best in a particular category.
2013 Grand Awards Finalists
Texas association of Builders Star Award Finalists 2013
Remodeler of the Year
Allegro Builders – Houston, TX
CKC Custom Homes – San Antonio, TX
Craftsmanship By John Inc – Houston, TX
Laughlin Homes & Restoration Inc. – Fredericksburg, TX
USI Design & Remodeling – Grand Prairie, TX
USI Design & Remodeling – Grand Prairie, TX are finalists in the following categories;
Remodeler of the Year – Grand Award
Remodeler – Best Bathroom Renovation (Colleyville TX) under $50K
Remodeler – Best Bathroom Renovation $70K – $100K
Remodeler – Best Kitchen Renovation (Grapevine TX) under $50K
Remodeler – Best Kitchen Renovation $70K – $90K
Remodeler – Best Specialty Room
Dallas Design Builder; USI Design & Remodeling Invited to Speak by Houzz at International Builders Show
New mega-event creates nation’s largest gathering focused on all aspects of home design and construction
Houzz is a web site and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement. The Houzz platform and mobile apps feature interior and exterior home photos, articles written by architects, interior designers and home design experts, product recommendations, and a user forum. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Palo Alto, California.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) today announced an agreement to co-locate the International Builders’ Show (IBS) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas beginning in February 2014.
The two events will remain separate and distinct shows held simultaneously at the Las Vegas Convention Center through 2016, creating Design and Construction Week, one of the world’s largest gatherings focused on new ideas, products and technologies to design, build and remodel homes.
“This new format allows exhibitors to reach a full range of design and construction professionals who buy, specify and influence the products that go into American homes,” said NAHB Chairman Barry Rutenberg, a home builder from Gainesville, Fla. “For attendees, it means access to two expansive trade show floors and hundreds of additional suppliers to meet.”
“Two shows, two associations and one place to see and connect with every aspect of residential construction and remodeling,” said John Morgan, NKBA 2013 president and president of Morgan Pinnacle, a manufacturer’s representative for cabinetry and technology brands. “We couldn’t be more excited to deliver this special event for the industry.”
The new mega-event will be held Feb. 4-6, 2014 in Las Vegas, with each show occupying a separate hall. Kitchen and bath brands that have participated in both shows can choose to exhibit in the KBIS or IBS hall. One pass will provide access to both exhibits. NKBA and NAHB will continue to produce separate educational programming and special events. Future show dates are Jan 20-22, 2015 and Jan 19-21, 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Design and Construction Week 2014 is expected to draw more than 75,000 specifiers, builders, dealers and suppliers and 2,000 exhibiting brands, based on recent trends for both shows.
IBS is the largest annual light construction show in the world with 50,000 attendees expected at the 2013 show. Builders, remodelers, developers, architects and other industry professionals from more than 100 countries attend to see the latest products and services from nearly 1,000 exhibitors in more than 200 construction categories, attend dozens of cutting-edge education sessions, visit show homes featuring the latest trends and innovations and network with peers. Now in its 69th year, IBS is organized, produced and managed exclusively by NAHB.
Held annually for the last 49 years, KBIS is the largest event in North America focused on the kitchen and bath segment, attracting more than 700 exhibitors. The 2013 show, to be held in New Orleans, April 19-21, is expected to attract more than 20,000 buyers and specifiers from more than 50 countries, as well as 300 members of the media. Attendees include dealers, designers, architects, remodelers, wholesalers and custom builders. KBIS is owned by NKBA, sponsored by K+BB magazine and produced by Nielsen Expositions.
“Co-locating IBS and KBIS will enable kitchen and bath professionals to benefit through a greater understanding and familiarity with related products, such as windows, doors, flooring, and mechanical systems, all of which are critical to overall consumer satisfaction with project outcomes,” Morgan said.
“Consumers are, indeed, the common ground between NAHB and NKBA,” Rutenberg said. “Co-locating our shows and educational conferences brings together every segment of the industry to advance our collective professionalism and expertise in serving home owners.”
In 2015, Design and Construction Week will expand further with the addition of SURFACES and StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas, Jan. 21-23 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. SURFACES is sponsored by the World Floor Covering Association and is the largest floor-covering industry event in North America for retailers, distributors, installers, designers and home builders. StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas is the only show in North America solely focused on the natural stone industry and is sponsored by the Marble Institute of America and the Natural Stone Council. Both events are produced by Hanley Wood. Shuttle buses will run between the convention centers to allow approximately 25,000 additional attendees to tour all three exhibits.
About the National Association of Home Builders
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is a Washington-based trade association representing more than 140,000 members involved in remodeling, home building, multifamily construction, property management, subcontracting, design, housing finance, building product manufacturing and other aspects of residential and light commercial construction. NAHB is affiliated with 800 state and local home builders associations around the country. NAHB’s builder members will construct about 80 percent of the new housing units projected for this year. For more information, visit www.nahb.org.
About the National Kitchen & Bath Association and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is a not-for-profit trade association that owns the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS). With nearly 60,000 members, the NKBA has educated and led the kitchen and bath industry since its founding in 1963. The mission of the NKBA is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices, and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide. For more information, visit www.nkba.org or call 800-THE-NKBA (843-6522). For more information about KBIS, including exhibitor opportunities and attendee registration for 2013, visit www.kbis.com.
If you prefer clutter and chaos, a Traditional style of decorating will leave you feeling bored and restless. This Colleyville TX bathroom remodel is tailored to make you feel at home, but it’s also refined and classic so you won’t find any collections out and about on display, or furnishings that don’t have a purpose in the layout of the room. You will however, find the space to be almost formal, pristine – and yet oddly comfortable and casual at the same time.
When different styles of decor are combined to achieve a single one, there is always the chance of the style going awry due to all the different elements that must come together. Choosing to hire a Traditional Interior Designer will take the guess work out of the designing process and give you the ultimate chance in achieving the perfect design.
Whether a home is old or new the stately elegance of a Classic look will provide a timeless quality.
Transitional style is evident in this Grapevine Kitchen Design with its marriage of traditional and contemporary materials, these forms equate to a classic, timeless design. Furniture lines are simple yet sophisticated, featuring either straight lines or rounded profiles. Fabric is as diverse as graphic patterns on overstuffed sofas and textured chenilles on sleek wood frames.
Colors: This transitional palette relies on high contrasting color to evoke a clean, serene and Modern atmosphere. Dark brown can add depth to a neutral balance of taupe, tan and vanilla.
Accessories: A minimalist approach is taken with carefully selected accessories — Quality is a key component.
Furniture: Curves combine with straight lines in a transitional style interior. The look balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortably contemporary feel. A lack of ornamentation and decoration keeps the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the design.
Material: Classsic Maple cabinetry and door profiles grounded with Travertine flooring anchor the Classic feel. Contemporary accents include, Graphic tile surrounding the windows, White Ice granite counntertops, and Polished Nickel lighting.
USI Design & Remodeling is a “Best of the Best” Design Award Winning Kitchen and Bath remodeling specialist serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Viking appliances and USI Design & Remodeling Offers Kitchen Remodeling Seminar Which Includes Live Demonstration
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USI is providing “Free In-Home Consultations” prior to the event which will focus on assessing your Kitchen Reomodeling requirements to get you on the path to your new kitchen.
ABOUT-USI Design & Remodeling
A “Best of the Best” design award winner in Custom renovation. Our company specializes in residential kitchen and bath remodeling in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area and it’s surrounding 35 mile radius. From concept to construction we help you plan, design, select finish products and build the right way. Members: Dallas BBB, NARI Dallas, Dallas Builders Association, NKBA and Texas association of Builders.