Cambria Windermere Paired with a Noce Subway Style Backsplash

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Aug 29, 2015 7:30:00 AM

Are you torn between the idea of a homey traditional kitchen and a more streamlined, modern version? No need to be. This recent Kitchen Magic remodel proves you can have it all. Beautiful cabinetry and woodwork that has elements of a traditional kitchen combined with modern lines, subway backsplash tile and stylized hardware will keep your kitchen relevant to the 21st century.

Topics: Backsplash Kitchen Countertops Kitchen Design

Tips For Hiring The Best Kitchen Remodeling Company

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Aug 27, 2015 9:00:00 AM

The key to a successful kitchen remodel is not as related to countertop or cabinet selections as you might think - those will fall into place on their own. The true key to success is hiring a kitchen remodeling company who is experienced, has a solid reputation and is 100% committed to customer service satisfaction. When those three elements are in place, you are guaranteed to have a finished kitchen remodel you love.

Does the Kitchen Work Triangle Make Sense For Your Home?

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Aug 11, 2015 2:40:00 PM

So many of the contemporary tenets that comprise functional home design are products of the 1940s. The post-war era was a boom-time for Americans and that meant the middle-class could enjoy luxuries only the rich could conceive of in times past. It was during this era that the concept of "The Kitchen Work Triangle" was invented.

Topics: Kitchen Design

Will Heat Affect New Laminate Doors?

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Aug 6, 2015 12:00:00 PM

Laminate doors are one of the most durable, low-maintenance and affordable kitchen cabinet options on the market. They are made by using a solid door form and then covering it - using a multi-layered laminate material - with color or a mock-wood veneer. Once that's complete, our laminate cabinets get a serious high-grade finish. The combination of durable resins and a solid core make for a very life-resistant cabinet surface.

Topics: Cabinet Doors

Hide Your Electrical Outlets to Streamline Your Kitchen Design

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Aug 4, 2015 12:30:00 PM

Have you ever seen a kitchen where the electrical outlet plates are cut crooked into the backsplash tile? In addition to being unsightly, it's absolutely infuriating...like a crooked picture frame that can't be straightened. Not to mention it can be difficult to match plastic electric outlet and switch plates to a specific tiles and colors. For those reasons, we recommend hiding electrical outlets whenever possible to streamline your kitchen design.

Remodeling and Home Design

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