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Tips for Creating a Universal or Accessible Kitchen Design

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Jun 30, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Originally, universal or accessible kitchen designs were originally created to accommodate elderly people and those with disabilities. However, kitchen design firms are increasingly incorporating these design tenets into the "average kitchen" because the bulk of them just plain make sense.

Topics: Accessible Kitchen Design

5 Reasons to Consider an Open Floor Plan for Your Home

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Jun 25, 2015 1:10:00 PM

Sometimes (ahem...almost all the time) embarking on a "simple remodel" feels more like opening a barrel of monkeys. This design decision requires a change over here, and that one requires some changes to be made here, here aaaaand here.

Topics: Kitchen Design Ideas

Livable Kitchen Designs

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Jun 23, 2015 1:30:00 PM

Picture a kitchen that where efficiency and function is every bit as important as style. There is adequate flow, cabinets and drawer spaces are easy to access and organize, you never find the kitchen faucet dripping because the lever is so easy to operate your little ones can do it on their own, and all of the materials are easy to clean and maintain.

Topics: Kitchen Accessories

Consider Adding a Mini-Office or Message Center in Your Kitchen Remodel

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Jun 18, 2015 12:36:00 PM

Open floor plans have truly transformed the role of the kitchen. A half a century ago, most kitchens were a completely separate room. The idea being the kitchen is a solely a work space, and the muss and fuss created there should be kept hidden from the eyes of those who visited or stopped by. As times change, so too do attitudes and floor plans. Thus, the open floor plan has made kitchens the heart of the home.

Topics: Kitchen Design Ideas

Do I Have to do My Kitchen Floor before Refacing?

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Jun 16, 2015 1:40:00 PM

If you're planning on refacing your kitchen cabinets, there's no need to do the floors first. This question is kind of like the kitchen equivalent of the age-old "Chicken and Egg" conundrum. With cabinet refacing, your cabinet body and framework is reinforced, but left in place, so the Kitchen Magic crew can do all the work first and your flooring company can come in and do their work afterwards when your budget and/or schedule is more accommodating.


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