You’re about to embark on a large home-remodeling project. For years, you’ve waited for the day when you can begin ripping out countertops and choose flooring for your master bath. That day has finally arrived, and you couldn’t be more thrilled.
At Stonesmiths, Inc., we know you have likely set a renovation budget, and you need to stick to it. However, if you plan to splurge on a few luxury items for your home, here’s a few ways you can do just that.
1. Natural Stone Countertops
Even if you’re not a master chef, you spend a lot of time in the kitchen. The kitchen is a great place to splurge— not only because of the amount of time you spend there but for resale value as well. Buyers love a decked-out kitchen, and everyone takes notice of natural stone countertops. Granite and quartz tend to be the most popular and most durable stone countertop materials for the kitchen due to their durability and natural beauty.
2. Outdoor Kitchen
If you love to entertain, then consider including plans for an outdoor kitchen in your grand remodeling scheme. An outdoor kitchen—complete with barbecue, sink, mini-fridge, stone countertops, and more—is a great way to give your home the feel of increased square footage and to enjoy the outdoors. Just imagine all your future backyard parties, birthdays, or family celebrations spent in this custom outdoor space.
3. Custom Shower
Your master bedroom and bathroom should be a retreat—an oasis from the fast, furious lifestyle you keep. One great way to turn your bath into a spa is with a custom, walk-in shower. You’ll never want to get out of your oversized shower, complete with dual shower heads, custom marble tile, and frameless shower glass.
While you can probably find 1,000 ways to spend your remodeling dollars, consider how these three upgrades could enhance your lifestyle and your home’s resale value.
For the high-quality stone products in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, and the surrounding areas, contact Stonesmiths at (317) 770-1333, or stop by our Noblesville location to see our granite, quartz, marble, and recycled stone slabs for yourself. Let us help you take your home remodel to the next level.