Saturday, June 19, 2010

Clayton Business Expo

Shown here: Teresa Yauch, Jaimie Jones with her kids Halie and Aiden Jones. At the Clayton Business Expo showcasing kitchen and bath remodeling.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Home Revision at Wellborn Cabinetry Plant in Oxford, Alabama

While on tour of the Wellborn Cabinet plant I saw this lift door style that is as functional as it is beautiful. Wellborn offers a quality, lifetime cabinet in thousands of style/finish combinations. While attending training at Wellborn to become certified as an 'Authorized Remodeler' I learned about the history and values of this family owned company. You may have seen their cabinets featured on HGTV. Just beautiful!

Location:Oxford, Alabama

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Home and Garden Show at the Raleigh Cinvention Center!

There was great turnout at the Home Show the other weekend. We saw promising signs that the economy may be improving in our area as many homeowners are getting excited to move forward on their home improvement projects.

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Monday, November 30, 2009

Tile Design - Use The Same Tile to Cut Cost

A cost effective way to get a great look and still have detail - use all the same tile in different sizes and patterns. Here we used a 10 x 10 tile in Landscape Beach floors, shower walls and tub surround. Tile on floors was put on a diagonal and a 4 inch border along wall edges. Then using the 3 x 3s along tub surround for " accent piece" which continues into the shower. This accent is then repeated a second time at shoulder height and on shower floor. Shower was then finished with a 4 inch border. This is a great idea if you may be thinking about selling your home in the near future. Using a neutral tile gives you and any future home owner a wide range of color schemes to use.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Home Maintance Spring Checklist

Plan to accomplish the maintance work that needs to be done on your home this spring so you can take the summer off! Here are a few suggestions for things to look for and add to your repair "to-do" list. Click on the article and print your checklist.

John L. Jones, Owner

Home Revision, LLC

Popcorn Ceiling Removal Q&A

Q: Will removing my popcorn ceilings make a difference in how my house feels?

A: Most homeowners have a negative feeling when talking about popcorn ceilings. Popcorn ceilings can make a beautiful house feel dated and dirty. With the removal of popcorn ceilings, many homeowners feel like they have a new house. Others note that their smooth ceilings make the rooms feel higher and look larger. With the popcorn removed, you can also do other modifications like painting trim to create architectural interest. The small change of removing the popcorn ceiling will make you see your home in a totally different way.

-Tiffany Perrego, Design Consultant,
Home Revision LLC, Clayton NC

Triangle Home Improvement Magazine

Enhanced Living Area
" Popcorn ceilings, bland builder fixtures and boring paint throught this ranch did not fit the new homeowner's style. Husband-and wife team John and Jaimie Jones of Home Revision, LLC had the solution: The popcorn texture was cleanly removed and the room was finished off with decorator colors, a new ceiling fan and textured carpet, all in tones of gold-wheat neutrals that transformed the space from bleak to inviting."

Monday, July 20, 2009

Traditional Bathroom

This classic bathroom has all the finishing touches. Natural stone accents are inset in a brick pattern layout on walls for shower and tub surround. Along with bronze metals helps bring this timeless look together. We added a little "jewlery" over the bath tub with a beautiful little chandelier.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Our Zen Bathroom Remodel

Experience the Spa at Home
In this remodel the wall and door connecting the sink to the shower & toilet area was removed to open this room. The tub was removed and a larger shower was created. A total transformation from cramped and generic to open and tranquil. The following changes we made:
  • Granite
  • Tile
  • Faucets
  • Mirror
  • Under-mounted Rectangle sinks
  • Raised vanity height
  • Cabinet Hardware
  • Wall Sconce
  • Frameless shower enclosure
  • Added Rain Shower head
  • Removed bathtub & created enlarged shower
  • Paint
  • Removed partition wall & doorway
  • Covered unwanted skylight
  • Teak Towel Stand
  • Artwork

North Raleigh Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Remodel

This kitchen had great bones, and only needed a face lift.
  • Granite counter tops
  • Stainless Steel appliances
  • Custom Backsplash with Granite inserts
  • Under cabinet lighting
  • Stainless steel faucet
  • Sink
  • Hanging light fixture in dining area

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

North Raleigh Remodel

Total Master Bathroom Remodel
Originally this bathroom felt narrow and tunnel like. With the frameless shower enclosure and light tile, the room has the illusion of expanded width.
  • Tile floor
  • Granite counter top
  • Light fixtures
  • Frameless shower enclosure
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Custom back splash
  • Artwork
  • Mirrors
  • Paint