Not every kitchen remodel requires extensive demolition. Sometimes all your space needs is a cosmetic upgrade. Today we are sharing a kitchen design where we changed almost every surface to create a brand-new space while keeping the layout the same. Some upper cabinets were removed, and a vent hood was custom built, but generally this project is a prime example of what a dramatic transformation painting old cabinets and upgrading surface materials has on a kitchen. Scroll thr
Over the past five years, our team has devoted a significant portion of our design hours to mastering the art of beautiful, functional, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) certified home designs. We have worked with local retirement communities and nursing homes on duplex housing, as well as individuals looking to upgrade their own homes for a safe yet stylish aging in place design. Working with the same local community for the past 30 years, many of our beloved regular cli
Not keen on the "hot right now" trends? As stunning and fabulous as the latest designs of the season may be, for many of our clients, a timeless look is preferred when choosing along-term investment like flooring or kitchen and bath surfaces. We make a point to offer plenty of updated takes on classic home interior choices. One of the products we are featuring this month is a perfect example of simple yet statement making. Meet Rotunda, a new tile collection by Jeffrey Court.
Debating between granite and quartz for your new kitchen surfaces? Understanding the different traits of each will help you select the solid surface that best fits your needs and budget. Pictured above is granite on the left and Cambria quartz on the right. The early stages of a kitchen remodel can be some of the most fun and difficult days of the project. Choosing colors, styles, cabinets, flooring, fixtures, tile- it’s all so exciting and yet so nerve-wracking. How much do