This year, resolve to make your home better and more efficient. Stop waiting and start the process to transform your kitchen or bathroom in 2020. From visualizing your dream, to conceptual designs, to choosing fixtures, right through to the install, we’ll walk you through the entire process of a remodel, followed by a Q&A session at the end. You’ll leave with a complete understanding of what to expect. Hosted by our our award-winning designers, this seminar is a “must-attend” for anyone considering a remodel! A light brunch will be served immediately following. This event is complimentary, however we will be accepting food donations for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. Pre-registration is required as space limited.
Your kitchen is the soul of your home; a space for gathering, doing homework or simply spending time with your family. Therefore, careful planning is required to ensure your new kitchen will be both beautiful and highly functional. From creating an efficient workspace, to maximizing storage, selecting the right countertop, and more, learn how simple changes can make a big (and unexpected) impact! Bring your questions and be prepared to be inspired. Hosted by our award-winning designers this seminar is a “must-attend” for anyone considering a remodel! A light brunch will be served immediately following the event. This event is complimentary; however, we will be accepting food donations for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. Pre-registration is required as space is limited.
Want to learn how to modify your home to “age in place”? This trend is an alternative to downsizing or moving to a condo and allows you to stay in your home and keep your independence. Our experts will teach you how to tastefully and easily make your surroundings easier to manage and safer as you grow older. From replacing bathtubs, installing safety rails, or widening doors – our Director of Design, Prudence Stoddard, CKD, CAPS, UDCP will discuss the principles and importance of Universal Design, while showcasing specific products and appliances that are being used today. In additon, Linda Bohmbach, ECHMP, Co-Founder and Vice President of Home HealthSmith will join us to review various types of accessibility equipment available for your living room and/or bedroom including ceiling lifts and various types of transfer aids for those with limited mobility. Pre-registration is required, space limited. This event is complimentary, however we will be accepting donations for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.