September 24, 2020

No one loves brand new kitchen cabinets more than we do, but occasionally we agree some existing cabinets need only a facelift rather than a replacement. Refacing cabinets may include repainting cabinet doors and drawer fronts or veneering existing cabinets. The other...

July 1, 2020

“Summertime and the living’s easy…” Unless you have some things about your home that need improvement. You know what we’re talking about...that outdated paint color in the dining room, the storage issue in your laundry room, the boring front yard in desperate need of l...

March 23, 2019

In a perfect world, we could all build dream homes with perfect kitchens that meet our every want and need. The reality is, most of us have a budget to stick with when it comes to remodeling your old kitchen or building a brand new kitchen in your dream home. Even if t...

January 15, 2019

Eat-in kitchens have been on the rise for a few years now, but as we transition into 2019, this hot home trend is reaching a fever pitch. In 2018, more kitchens saw the inception of banquettes and breakfast nooks and massive, multifunctional islands. But is this trend...

August 15, 2018

You’ve heard the old adage “leave it to the professionals” probably more times than you can count. Like many things in life, leaving it to the professionals can be easier said than done, especially when it comes to home renovation or construction. Aside from deciding w...

February 13, 2018

Venting away smoke and fumes while cooking is now a stylish occasion with range hoods that are more practical and aesthetically appealing than ever before. Today we’re taking a look at the most popular designs trending in kitchens this year. As one of the oldest and...

December 19, 2017

When farmhouse sinks began to see a revival way back in 2011, some contractors thought the trend wouldn’t last. Boy, were they ever wrong. Fast-forward to 2017 and you’ll find farmhouse sinks are more popular than ever. If the last six years have been any indication, f...

August 21, 2017

While it may seem like farmhouse style and transitional design share few similarities, there’s actually more than you think...The biggest differences between farmhouse and transitional styles lie with the furniture and amount of accessories used.

August 14, 2017

The softness of wood countertops makes them “quieter” than other countertop materials. Not only do wood countertops reduce common eating and prepping noises, like the banging and clattering of dishes against the counter, they also reduce the whirs and sounds of kitchen...

July 25, 2017

If you’re tired of the pastels and neutrals trend of the last few years, get ready to embrace Navy Peony, Tawny Port, and Shaded Spruce. Make a bold statement in your new kitchen or bath with neutral walls and one of these shades for your new cabinets. For example, Sha...

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