Are you thinking of remodeling your bathroom? You aren’t alone! According to a survey conducted by Houzz, 28 percent of homeowners plan to remodel their bathrooms in the next two years. Whether you're sick of looking at the tired pink tiles or if you're getting ready to sell your home, here are 12 do's and don'ts for planning a successful bathroom remodeling project. Read the Full Story
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We recently moved to our new home constructed by Dylan Schneider in Garden City. Early in the building process, we met with Patti Frasier at Design Innovations to select hardwood, tile, mirrors, cabinets, and many other items. Patti gently guided us through the selection process, offering advice and making suggestions to enhance the beauty of our home. She quickly understood our tastes and the effect we wanted to achieve in our home: warmth, simplicity, and a flow from one room to another. She kept our budget in mind while offering us quality items. When she was unable to procure the items we selected, she offered higher quality items without an increase in cost. She always had our best interests at heart. When a problem arose, she quickly addressed it. Patti is an outstanding employee. We cannot thank Patti and Design Innovations enough for the beauty of our home. Patti made the selection process so easy for us. Thanks and best wishes to her and FBS. Sincerely,
Ken and Val Cobbs
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8 Easy Interior Design Updates to Add Character to Your Home
Tired of your home and ready to move on? Not so fast! Fight or flight takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to modernizing or refreshing the look of your home. Here are 8 easy interior design updates to add character to your home: Read the Full Story
FBS donates $10,000 to the Wood River and Carey high schools' Residential Construction Academy
Construction Academy builds toward future as BCSD program receives $11,080 in scholarship funding. The Residential Construction Academy at Wood River and Carey high schools gives students a chance for some hands-on learning, building real houses out in the community. Read the Full Story