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Meet the Aquor® House Hydrant V2+ In-Wall Outdoor Faucet System

Meet the Aquor® House Hydrant V2+ In-Wall Outdoor Faucet System

When is a hose bib not a hose bib? When it’s an ultra cool marine-grade hydrant!

Meet the ultra sleek Aquor® House Hydrant V2+ In-Wall Outdoor Faucet System by Aquor Water Systems based in Bellevue/Port Townsend, WA. While this hydrant style faucet system may feel like new technology to the residential world; the team at Aquor Water Systems have been adapting the popular deck wash hydrant found on boats since 2014.

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Why White Kitchens are the Real MVP

Why White Kitchens are the Real MVP

Pandemic life has a lot of people thinking ‘wow, my house really needs a refresh’. After spending countless hours at home, things people have overlooked for many years are now staring them in the face – literally.

The most common spaces I have been contracted to work on in the past twelve months are kitchens, master bedrooms and bathrooms; in that order and it’s no wonder why. Busy families who were often eating out on the fly, are now dining in, parents who used to spend eight to ten hours a day away from their children are now with them – sometimes 24/7 and bathrooms are functioning double time with all day use.

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‘Surf Shack’ Boys Bedroom Project using UFP-Edge Shiplap

‘Surf Shack’ Boys Bedroom Project using UFP-Edge Shiplap

My son’s new bedroom is a square box with a window and a closet; an otherwise blank and sterile space that desperately needed to be filled with all the joys that delight and inspire a 4 year old boy.

When I stood in the space with my son during the many phases of our homes construction, we would talk about what kind of bedroom he wanted and the theme was always consistent: the beach.

This made sense, as the coast is my son’s (and my) favorite place in the world.

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