May 28th, 2019

Sometimes there’s only one incentive behind starting the kitchen remodel process: maybe your family can’t fit around the breakfast table anymore, or you need two ovens but there’s no space for another, or your kitchen is simply outdated and ugly.Sometimes there are a lot of little things that add up to the need for a total kitchen renovation: you don’t like the color of your cabinets, the cabinet doors are sagging on their hinges, or you have no storage space.Maybe…

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May 15th, 2019

new kitchen

When you’re redesigning your kitchen, one of the many decisions you’ll have to make is whether or not to install wall cabinets. The choice isn’t based solely on storage considerations. No, the real difficulty of your decision lies in deciding how the cabinets or the absence of them will influence the look and feel of your kitchen. There are pros and cons to removing upper cabinets, substituting trendy “floating shelves”. Yes, the open shelves look great when everything is clean and…

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April 15th, 2019

smart refrigerator

You probably use your smart phone so often that you take it for granted. What you may not realize, however, is that your smart phone can control many kitchen appliances that are “smart” enough to make your daily life much easier, appliances that will look and function great in your new kitchen.  (more…)

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March 15th, 2019

cookies on counter

Decades ago, stone and wood were the primary materials used to make countertops. Then laminate became the material of choice for many homeowners. Today, countertops can be constructed with a wide array of materials, some of which may surprise you. Concrete, metal, tile, quartz and acrylic are just some of the things that can be used to make countertops. Choosing the kind of material you want your countertops to be made with depends on a variety of factors. Where your countertops will be…

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February 18th, 2019

We live in a disposable world; think of all the things we use and toss — plastic forks and paper plates, throw away razors, diapers and batteries, coffee pods. The list goes on and on (unfortunately for the environment). “Disposable” usually implies cheap and short-term convenience, rather than quality, well-made products.When you remodel your kitchen, you naturally want to use products that are built to last, that are hand-crafted using time-tested techniques, that have a proven…

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