Granite, marble, limestone, quartzite and soapstone look beautiful and can last a lifetime, given the proper care. Unfortunately too many unwittingly scratch, wear-down sealants and discolor natural stone, ignorant to proper care.
The unique properties of onyx imbue it with unique potential: The mesmerizing patterns of this already stunning stone can be backlit, achieving unparalleled design effects – provided proper fabrication. Go DIY or try to cut corners with a more budget-friendly, unversed fabricator, however, and it could turn your investment into this rare and stunning stone into a stunningly expensive mistake.
Though the front and sides of kitchen islands are often adorned with a favorite countertop material, functional cabinetry, and interesting handles and trim, the back side of islands are often overlooked. Typically sheathed with a bland cover panel, this area of your island is ripe with potential to become a functioning focal point of your kitchen, particularly in open floor plan home designs.
Struggling through kitchen remodel plans? You’re not alone. From minor updates to massive renovations, homeowners face many of the same obstacles when updating their kitchen space. Luckily, we’ve got the tips and tricks you need for solving common kitchen design dilemmas…
A little knowledge can really help homeowners over the long haul of the renovation process. Unfortunately, most don’t realize how little they know until they’re ankle deep in demolition debris. Just what are you overlooking when it comes to your upcoming bathroom remodel?
Pantone’s recently announced color of the year, ‘Ultra Violet,’ pleased as many as it revolted. Why such a dramatic transition from last year’s cheerful, yet more everyday, ‘Greenery?’ Let’s take a closer look – and what to do if you’re not on-board with what’s on-trend in your upcoming kitchen or bath redesign.
Waterfall countertops hit the design scene several years ago, and have rapidly gained momentum nationwide, putting them center-stage in today’s most dramatic remodels. Integrated into your kitchen design using quartz countertops, they offer a functional, show-stopping centerpiece capable of withstanding the rigors of even the busiest household.
Done without forethought, the white kitchen can come off as bland and boring. A veritable blank slate. Yet the right combination can nurture a natural, inviting feel that is anything but plain.
Your new granite kitchen sink is an amazing new addition, with a coloring that matches your kitchen design scheme perfectly. Scratch, chip, heat, and stain resistant, it rivals your granite kitchen countertops in durability, and will last your home and family for many years to come provided the proper care.