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As the trend continues toward turning your current house into your custom home, more Charlotte-area residents are looking for options that make a space truly unique. “There are a variety of trends and innovative products which incorporate technology that were not available in the past,” says Suzanne Pizio, manager of showrooms at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery, a local supplier of plumbing fixtures, lighting and appliances.

However all those choices can be overwhelming. “The majority of consumers have begun their own research on products and styles, but they are full of unanswered questions,” Suzanne says. “An expert can help guide your decision-making process and bring solutions.” M aking the right choices can mean all the difference. David McGuire, chief operating officer of Andrew Roby, Inc., a local custom residential contractor, works with homeowners on projects large and small. “It’s about building a relationship,” says David. “We send homeowners to Ferguson because getting personalized attention from an expert consultant is something you probably won’t get at big-box retailer.”

Click here to view the entire article or visit Urban Home Magazine’s website to learn more about Ferguson Kitchen and Bath.

To find out how to incorporate the latest trends into your new home or remodeling project, call Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery at 704-370-2020. Make an appointment to see an expert consultant at the showroom located at 2000 South Blvd., Suite 510 in Charlotte.

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Everyone knows that kitchens and baths sell houses. But once a homeowner moves in, marrying functionality and design can be a challenge in those two spaces. “In the past the purpose of a shower door was just to keep the water from splashing out,” says Russell Dagenais, marketing director for Fleurco Products Inc., a manufacturer of glass doors in Montreal, Quebec. “Now bathroom design can be both aesthetically and ergonomically pleasing.”

More choices mean it is more important than ever for homeowners to talk to an expert. A family business, Custom Glass Works of North Carolina specializes in designing, repairing, installing, and maintaining glass and mirror products for its clients in the Charlotte area.

O wner Georgia Droppelman explains, “Asking the right questions will get a solution that’s best for each homeowner.” Before installing a shower enclosure, Droppelman asks, “How tall are the individuals that will be using the shower? Where will the faucets be placed? How often will it be used? Could privacy be an issue? How long are you planning to live in the home?…”

Click here to view the entire article or visit Urban Home Magazine’s website to learn more about Custom Glass Works .

To see their selection of glass and hardware options, visit Custom Glass Works at 2000-F W. Morehead Street or call 704-597-0290 or visit www.customglassofnc.com.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Crossville is again doing its part to support those with breast cancer.  Each year they donate 5 percent of their profits from the Glass Box line to The Common Thread, a research and support organization dedicated to helping those in the furnishing industries who have been impacted by breast cancer.  Do your part by buying tile from the Glass Box line in October!  For more information on The Common Thread for the Cure visit commonthread.info.

October 17 & 18, 2009

Riverfront Convention Center, 203 S Front St., New Bern, NC

The only Fall Home Show in Eastern North Carolina is an event designed for homeowners in all stages of remodeling, landscaping and decorating their homes. Each event includes hundreds of exhibits with merchandise, sample interior and exterior vignettes, and product demonstrations. With a combination of new products and expert advice from the pros, the Fall Home Show inspires homeowners with countless ideas on enhancing their home’s comfort and functionality, as well as its aesthetic appeal and overall value.

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La Finca is a private home in Mallorca, Spain.  This beautiful home is set on a 13th century Spanish farm.  Inside, it evokes a feeling of cool european minimalism. The faux painted headboards and wooden frames give them a sort of modern drama. For more photos of this gorgeous home visit Design*Sponge.

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