5 Things Nobody Told You About Quartz

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Sep 3, 2015 1:30:00 PM

Is your interest piqued by the wonderful things you've heard about quartz? We don't blame you. Quartz is undoubtedly one of the best countertop options on the market for many reasons, not the least of which are color/pattern options, durability, hygiene and its sustainable origins and manufacturing processes.

Topics: Kitchen Countertops Quartz

Granite Sinks: Both Beautful & Practical

Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Sep 1, 2015 12:01:17 PM

When we meet with clients to select the finishes for their kitchen remodel, there are several "goals" that come up on  a regular basis. In no particular order, they are:

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

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