Tag: living room

Creative Family Room Accents

The family room is often the one room of the house that you and your family spend the most time in—awake, at least. However, it is easy to let that familiarity prevent you from doing anything creative with the decorations. After all, everyone spends time watching TV, playing games and reading anyway, don’t they? Don’t… Read more »

Adding an In-Law Suite

Sometimes, you need more than just a guest bedroom for your aging parents and your in-laws. As your family extends and grows, it is only natural for your household to expand as well. This is so that you will be able to accommodate more people and adjust to certain changes in living conditions. An in-law… Read more »

A Closer Look at Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood is the most sought out flooring material for a home, especially for its warm visual appeal.  Research is the best way to choose which wood species, staining, patterns that best fits your need and your lifestyle. Red oak, white oak, and maple are utilized most frequently amongst the vast amount of wood species to… Read more »

WoMan Cave Guidelines

Let’s face it, girls, we work hard to make everyone happy, at work and at home, and we work hard to keep our houses looking their best.  Don’t we deserve a place in our homes that is just for us, reflects our personality, and a place where we can go to get away from it… Read more »

Need Help Visualizing?

Are you having a hard time envisioning the finished product of your space before it’s actually, well, remodeled?   We here, at Foster Remodeling Solutions, use a design program called Chief Architect to help visualize not only your dream kitchen or bathroom, but any interior or exterior space. Chief Architect is a very useful building and… Read more »

Does Your Living Room Suit Your Life-Style?

Are you getting the most out of your living room, or is it time for an interior design or a custom remodeling project from Foster Remodeling?

Remodeling your Split-level home

Split-level homes first appeared in the 1930s but became popular after World War II, in the 1950s and 60s. Today, many split-level homes feel dated and in need of remodeling. The classic split-level home generally includes a one-story side and a two-story side. In the single story, you may have the entry, living room, kitchen… Read more »