Tag Archive: Lisa McManus

Don’t Wait until Something Breaks to Remodel

Posted on April 17, 2019

Whether your house is 5 or 105 years old, maintenance is required to keep everything working smoothly. Especially if you live in an older home that hasn’t been updated in a while, you’ll likely find the electrical, plumbing, or a much larger improvement may need attention to keep your house in working order. Just don’t… more

Put your Kitchen Cabinets to Work

Posted on March 12, 2019

A kitchen renovation is a major undertaking but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Before you dive in, you’ll need to take a good look at how you’re using your current kitchen and what you want to accomplish. “It’s helpful to take an inventory of your goods and make decisions about where you want to… more

Remodeling Research: How to Know When You Know Enough

Posted on November 6, 2018

There are so many ways to research your upcoming kitchen or bathroom remodel. Between magazines, Pinterest, Houzz and Instagram, there’s no shortage of information and inspiration. You have the latest trends, product recommendations and tips from designers are all at your fingertips. It’s normal to do some research, but too much can hurt you in… more

Kitchen Remodel for a Mid-Century Modern Home

Posted on May 23, 2017

When completing a kitchen remodel, it is important to consider the current architecture of your home. Just ask Normandy Designer Lisa McManus, who completed this recent kitchen remodel on a mid-century modern home in Kildeer. “You always want your finish materials to keep in line with the space,” said Lisa. “In this home, the mid-century modern… more