Whether you’re planning to add onto your kitchen or a complete overhaul with a new kitchen design & layout, kitchen remodels are an investment in your home. So how do you know if a kitchen remodel addition will affect your homes value in a way that will make it worth it?
Kitchen backsplash and countertops are the two design elements that tend to stand out when you first enter the room. That’s why backsplash design has become more creative, colorful and artful. Many backsplash trends feature designs that incorporate textures and different shaped tiles. With so many retailers and home improvement influencers sharing their opinions on options; it’s hard to choose a kitchen backsplash design that will fit with your style preferences.
In this article, we’ll cover:
- Backsplash to add height to your kitchen
- Bold Kitchen backsplash options
- The new spin on subway tile
- How marble slab backsplash can make an impact
For a good decade, the all-white kitchen renovation has dominated its fair share of Pinterest boards. But, if you’re looking for something a little more layered, inviting, and most importantly, personal, relief is in sight! With the new year come new kitchen designs! Read more
Food-related television shows are some of the most popular shows in America today. TV buffs can learn a lot by watching professional chefs hustle and bustle through the kitchen, whipping up culinary delights out of random ingredients. The good news is that you don’t have to be a professional chef to cook like one at home. A well-designed kitchen with professional grade appliances is the key. Here are some tips to keep in mind when designing your professional grade kitchen at home. Read more
Can you believe its 2016 already? Are you already in the process of planning your upcoming kitchen remodeling project? A lot of homeowners make home improvement related New Year’s Resolutions to keep up with their home maintenance and improvement schedules. This is a great way to make sure you take on at least one home improvement project every year to keep your home updated and modern. Read more
You know you want to update your kitchen, but where do you start? This is one of the toughest aspects of home renovation, especially with kitchens; finding the right ideas. Thankfully, it is not difficult to keep an eye out for the expected trends in kitchen remodeling and design. Some of these projected trends for 2015 – 2016 might be just what you need to get your kitchen project underway. Read more
Let’s be honest; remodeling projects tend to make homeowners nervous and anxious. As negative as that sounds, and as much as it may make you rethink your project, let us tell you our favorite top five steps to surviving a kitchen remodeling project. Remodeling doesn’t have to be stressful. Some of these ideas will feel more like a camping trip in the luxury of your own home or as if you’re living in a very nice dorm room. Ready? Here we go. Read more
Kitchen finishing touches that make an impact! A newly remodeled kitchen provides more room, more functionality, and a more modern feel to even the most dated kitchen. We all expect these qualities from a high quality remodeling project, but all homeowners tend to personalize with items like lighting, faucets, unique cabinetry, and fixtures. You’ve heard the phrase the devil is in
The housing market is rebounding in some areas, which is fantastic if you’re considering purchasing a new home. But if you prefer having a home that reflects your unique taste and fantastic personality you are not alone. A number of people turn to experienced home contractors to get the home of their dreams; they simply create it by remodeling their existing home or build a custom home on their own land.
Whole house renovations may take longer than identifying a new home in your price range and going through the buying process, but building a custom home is more rewarding for most homeowners because they can truly customize throughout the renovation process. Let’s talk about a few more perks regarding your custom home remodeling project. Read more
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