2018 has been a big year so far – the remodeling industry included. No matter the project, homeowners across the country, and right here in Kansas City, are making a statement with how and what they remodel in their homes. From outdoor expansions to intricate details, this year’s trends are bigger, brighter, and better than ever.
Another week has come and gone with you staring at the walls of your home, wanting something more. Sure, that eggshell paint color is charming, but you just crave something with a bit more, well, personality.
Ah, it’s that time of year again. The time for snow, presents, family, and escaping to your man cave when you just need to get away from it all. That’s right – the holidays are upon us. Is your man cave ready?
Forget about the standard home projects of remodeling your bathroom or installing new hardware on your kitchen cabinets. Instead, treat yourself to a project that will add a whole new kind of character to your space.
Your home’s front porch is one of the first things people notice about your property, which is why it is so important to make your design count. Not only does your front porch offer great curb appeal potential, but it is also the focal point of your home’s front exterior, setting the overall design tone for your property. Some of …
Thanks to famous television remodeling shows, you’ve probably heard of shiplap. This hot trend in the building industry is quickly gaining momentum, and is becoming a staple of interior design plans.
Design trends in the building industry have been changing since the beginning of time. From box style houses to shag carpets, home fashions and products are constantly evolving. However, in today’s modern world of architecture, the biggest design trend is contemporary.
One of the biggest home building trends of 2017 is the Tiny Home. A complete living space in just a couple hundred square feet, these homes are leaving a major impression on the construction industry.
This January, McCray Lumber and Millwork traveled to Orlando, FL to attend the 2017 International Builder’s Show to discover and learn more about the newest industry products available to our customers.
As the years fly by, home fashions come and go. The trends that were once all the rage are now seen as embarrassments, and elements that you never even thought about are starting to show up in almost every modern household. Ditch those dark stained wooden kitchen cabinets that were all the rage in 1993, and invest in some of …
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