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DiFabion 2021 Recap!

In what was another challenging year for everyone, we at DiFabion Remodeling have always tried to focus on the things we can control and celebrate the small victories along the way. Here’s a look back at the year in review and everything for which we can be truly grateful!

Coming out of 2020, we didn’t quite know what to expect, but the first quarter saw a number of positives at DiFabion Remodeling. With the demand for remodeling at an all-time high, we added three new guys to the team (“the Anthonys” and DW), rounding out what would become a well-oiled machine that is our field crew. In addition, we received word DiFabion Remodeling was a regional winner in the Southeast for the Contractor of the Year Awards!


From left to right: Anthony, Anthony, and DW. 

Highlighting several of our most difficult projects, we proved remodeling is never an easy task...But it all seems worth it when you find out you’re a National Contractor of the Year Award winner! Still, the onslaught of supply chain issues is a punch in the gut and a sobering reminder of challenges that lie ahead.


With the first half of the year behind us, we learn that adaptability and setting the right expectations is a must in the remodeling industry. All the pre-planning and optimism in the world can’t change the fact that supply chain disruptions will become the new norm. Through it all, we still maintain our laser focus on taking care of the clients, which is rewarded by becoming Qualified Remodeler’s Top 100 Customer Satisfaction Leaders for 2021!


As the year came to a close, DR focused on getting better by taking an educational field trip to visit another remodeler in Wisconsin.


We also had another successful year at the local Contractor of the Year Awards in Charlotte, taking home hardware in five different categories!

DiFabion and the NARI's CotY Awards

With continued demand for design/build services, DiFabion added two new members to the design team: Taylor and Hannah.

Another year, another adventure. 2021 came with its own unique challenges, but we continue to become more and more “battle-tested.” Whatever happens in 2022, your guess is as good as ours, but we will continue to strive for excellence. We will control what we can control while looking to get better in each and every way, so our clients (and future clients) get the best of what we have to offer!

Welcome, Hannah Collins!

Taylor Wentz DiFabion
Hannah moved to North Carolina from Philadelphia, PA, and graduated from High Point University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design. She has over three years of experience in Interior Design with a focus on Kitchen and Bathroom Design. With attention to detail and focus on designs that will last a lifetime, Hannah enjoys creating spaces that merge creativity and functionality.

Hannah moved to Charlotte with the hopes of furthering her career in the remodeling world. When she is not drafting floor plans and helping clients turn their visions into reality, she can be found exploring the city of Charlotte and all it has to offer with her friends and family. She loves trying the best new restaurants, going to all the different events in the city, and spending time with her two dogs.
Our vision is to create a memorable brand experience while enhancing the quality of life for the clients we serve.
A Look Back at Trends of 2021

The upheaval of the past two years has had a major impact on how we live in our homes (and ultimately how we design them). With much of the population still working remotely, the once spare bedroom has now become the permanent home office, and the increase of “at-home entertaining” has forever declared the kitchen the heart of the home.

Considering the ever-evolving pandemic, it’s no surprise that the biggest trends of 2021 (influenced by these changes) will generate into 2022. So, that said, here are our top five picks of 2021 trends that we see flowing seamlessly into 2022:

Not So Open to Open Concept
In 2021, many families lived, worked, and played in their homes, and the need for some separation became quite clear. Homes moved away from the once-popular idea of open everything concept toward private spaces with the notion of designing flex or dual-purpose rooms. Functional office workspaces and school-at-home spaces made for virtual learning and/or homework were factored into most of our remodels.

Vintage in Lieu of New
With shipping delays and increased raw material prices, vintage pieces have become even more desirable. Getting creative on where and how to get products has started a new trend of mixing old and new – and what a great new look it is!

Japandi Style
Speaking of mixing old and new, Japandi is a hybrid trend that mingles modern Scandinavian aesthetics with timeless Japanese elegance that ultimately creates a unique style with the best of both. It’s been on the rise since boho lovers and naturalists around the world have been drawn toward the perfect mix of minimalist design with a focus on warmth, natural elements, and earth-toned color palettes to balance everything out. We’re excited to see more of the Japandi Style moving forward!

Wellness Zones
Creating an at-home sanctuary can make a huge difference in someone’s well-being, so requests for meditation and yoga spaces have become increasingly more popular as more people are seeking work-life balance while working from home. Popular features within our at-home sanctuaries are saunas and spas, along with home gyms and garden herb walls.

Traditionally Elegant
Finally, we are seeing simpler and more elegant, less thematic, and literal — small elements here and there that give a truly classic look are all the rage. This includes layered textures, patterns, and colors galore; cozy, lived-in rooms are now especially important to our clients who are spending all their time at home and are seeking additional comfort...and we’re all about this, knowing that every nook and cranny can become that special peaceful place – the perfect environment to create beautiful new memories!
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