Choosing Your Faucet

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Faucets that Function

With the great number of faucets on the market, there is a design for everyone. Most faucets use cartridge, ball or ceramic disc valves. A faucet with a ceramic disk valve and solid brass base materials will be the most durable. Though many attractive faucets have two handles a single-lever faucets is more practical for in the kitchen. We also suggests clients include a spray arm for filling pots with water or rinsing the sink, whether it’s part ...

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Picking Your Kitchen Sink

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Every kitchen needs a sink and faucet (or two). When it comes to selecting these staples, style is secondary and function is most important. After all, what would style do if it didn’t function for you in your kitchen.

Sink Options

Kitchen sinks are typically made from stainless steel, enamel-coated cast iron, solid surfaces and composites. For clients who choose solid surface counters like granite or engineered ...

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How to Avoid Remodeling Nightmares

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Anytime you need work done on your home that’s above your do-it-yourself skills, you need to hire a contractor, and that can be a tricky proposition. After all, choosing the right contractor for your remodeling job can mean the difference between having a dream renovation or enduring a botched, expensive, and ongoing nightmare. Hiring the wrong contractor can result in a remodeling nightmare for you and your home.

That’s why, finding the best contractor for the job is so important to ...

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‘Must Do’ after Holiday Remodeling (Pt 2)

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Remodeling before the Holidays doesn’t always get done as quick as we plan and having guests over just remind us further why these projects need attention. A kitchen without enough storage, guest bathroom not big enough or living space closed off and lacking space. Don’t worry you have time, a whole year in fact. Here are some ideas for next year’s renovations.

Update your Entryway

The entryway is typically the first thing your guests will see. Freshen up this area with a ...

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Bathroom Must Have: Spa Showers

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Spa Showers

Body sprays, rain shower heads and hand showers will give a bath loyalist a reason to stand up and relish the latest in shower fixtures. The master shower is gaining more square footage in the overall bathroom floor plan — it’s a shower room, not a stall. And the area is completely tiled and often features a bench and nooks for storing soaps and towels. Check out a few spa showers on trend.

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‘Must Do’ after Holiday Remodeling (Pt 1)

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Remodeling before the Holidays doesn’t always get done as quick as we plan and having guests over just remind us further why these projects need attention. A kitchen without enough storage, guest bathroom not big enough or living space closed off and lacking space. Don’t worry you have time, a whole year in fact. Here are some ideas for next year’s renovations.

Kitchen

Upgrade your basic construction kitchen. Most family gather in the kitchen over the Holidays because lets face it, that ...

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Master Bath Relaxation: Soaking Tubs

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Soaking Tubs

Soaking tub trends are displaying many variations but the end goal for all it to create a calming refuge and therapeutic retreat after a busy, high-pressure day. Soaking tub trends indicate that bathtubs are primarily used for soaking, while shower time is mainly for cleansing. The soaking tub has become the destination for relaxation amid today’s fast-paced lifestyles.

While many homeowners still enjoy the relaxing and therapeutic benefits of a whirlpool experience, non-jetted, soaking tubs are appearing more often in ...

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Save on your Renovation with Up-cycling

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Up-cycling

Renovation costs can escalate quickly with quality materials and large scale projects. By up-cycling decor and furniture pieces you can save your budget and still get the upgraded kitchen or master bath you have been dreaming about. Being green in home design has come a long way lately.There are many ways to be environmentally conscious in your home remodel, and reusing, re-purposing and recycling old and vintage furniture is a great way to do this. Here are some great examples ...

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Backsplashes that Wow

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Wow your guests with a combination of sleek new cabinets and stunning backsplashes.
The matching marble back-splash and counter-top create unity and elegance in this kitchen. The back-splash creates a rich and natural look while the veins in the marble prevent the kitchen’s all-white elements from appearing washed out
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The warmth of the tumbled natural stone in this kitchen’s back-splash balances the sharp and ...
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Earth Friendly Flooring Trends: Part Two

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Rubber

Rubber flooring made from recycled tires is something most people think of for playgrounds or local gyms. However, this earth friendly flooring is finding its way in to our kitchens, sun-rooms and bathrooms as a versatile and beautiful option. It is comfortable to walk on and water resistant and now comes in many colors and patterns.

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