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Blog Posts in the Kitchens Category

2018 Tile Design Trends

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Tile is one building material that is constantly changing – whether it’s the material itself, the color, shape, finish or use, tile trends can keep any designer and builder on their toes. We do a lot of kitchen and bathroom renovations, which means tile is something we deal with very often. Lately we have noticed […]

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The Kitchen Island 

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Creating Your Custom Workspace The kitchen island has gone from an added perk to a necessity for many homeowners in the past decade. Kitchen islands can serve so many purposes and they are no longer just a block of cabinetry with a solid countertop. Island design and functionality have evolved so that they have become […]

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Custom Range Hoods: Design Inspiration

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Ventilate with style Good design is often in the unexpected. In the kitchen – a room full of necessary, utilitarian features, the most remarkable design details do double duty. Take for instance the range hood – a necessary piece of machinery and ductwork that funnels hot air, steam and smoke out of your kitchen. It […]

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Cabinetry Colors: Beyond the Pale

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For the past several years the trend in home cabinetry has been fairly monochromatic. Nearly every kitchen renovation included white cabinetry and often light stone countertops and tile backsplashes. This is a clean, beautiful look and it holds up well over time, especially when more traditional hardware and tile are chosen. But this look just […]

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Kitchen Renovation Tips and Trends for 2016

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Over the holiday season, you probably used your kitchen a lot to cook big, family dinners, host parties or make batches of cookies with the kids. You may have also realized during this time that your kitchen just isn’t working for you anymore. Whether it’s gotten too small, too out of date or it’s just […]

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Timeless Appeal of a Farmhouse Sink

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While they originated in butler’s pantries of 17th century England, the farmhouse sink style that is seeing a resurgence in modern kitchens really gained popularity in 19th century France. The country that is aworld-class manufacturer of porcelain was the first to develop the functionally elegant sinks seen in many kitchen remodels today. Also called apron-front sinks, […]

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