Kitchen & Bath: What a Small Change Can Do

They say that the only constant thing in the world is change but some would tend to resist it. People should realize that reform or modification is good, especially if it is for the better. In your home, for example, even a simple coat of paint can transform the whole vibe and aura of your home and make it more appealing for occupants, guests, and even buyers.

The same can be said when refurbishing commercial buildings or business establishments. If you enhance your workspace, the office lobby, pantry or restroom, it will create a more professional and accommodating impression among clients or customers. Indeed, there are elegant transformations happening everywhere. The Washington Post shares one:

Some developers and residents say that the area between the Capital Beltway and Montrose Parkway — commonly referred to as White Flint or North Bethesda — should rebrand itself with one clear identity as it becomes a hub of high-rise living, stores and restaurants lining a boulevard-like Rockville Pike.

Some residents said they, too, want something that will convey a vibrant place where people want to go — and stay. The corridor also might be extended a half-mile north to include the Twinbrook Metro station.

Developments like this should encourage local homeowners to follow suit – to “rebrand” their own homes. In fact, a simple kitchen or bathroom remodeling in Bethesda MD by Blair Construction can add more functionality and sophistication to your home.

Blair Construction understands that the bathroom and kitchen are two of the more frequently used spaces in any residential or commercial building, so our dependable and talented designers for Bethesda and Annapolis kitchen and bath projects will help you create a floor plan that makes good use of available space. We also suggest adding contemporary fixtures and lighting to transform the mundane into something awesome.

(Article Excerpt from As White Flint/North Bethesda are changes, officials wonder what to call it, Washington Post, May 26, 2014)

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