Get twice the enjoyment out of your upcoming bathroom remodel, ensure a renovated bath that not only looks spectacular, but stays sparkling clean with a lot less work. Continue reading
Love natural stone, but want to avoid a cookie-cutter kitchen look? Aching for a kitchen that is easy-care, but looks luxe? With the right mix of natural stone styles, colors, and textures, anything is possible…
Engineered quartz slabs, manmade rather than quarried from a mine, have become a popular stone countertop option due to their easy care, stain resistance, and lasting durability. Available in nearly every color imaginable, including patterns mimicking natural stone, the stone is increasingly popping up in new applications, among them, flooring.
Outfitting your bath? High-tech innovations are changing the interior landscape of homes, from family gathering sites such as the kitchen to the private respite of baths. As technology becomes increasingly more prominent and affordable, consumers are taking notice. What technologically-advanced trends are seizing the spotlight in the bath? Continue reading
If you’re unsure if ‘quartzite’ is some kind of fancy code for a cuter, more miniaturized version of quartz slabs, you’ve come to the right place. These stones, actually two vastly different varieties, confound everyone from homeowners crafting kitchen remodels to designers and industry experts who mistakenly use the terms interchangeably. Continue reading
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.