The Value of a Home Visit from Your Kitchen Designer is NOT What You Think
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Are you considering new appliances for your kitchen remodel? If you are you’re probably considering what oven configuration you’ll have for the oven, cooktop, microwave, or possibly even multiple ovens. If your layout allows for space to have options (other than a 30” oven / cooktop combo) then you should consider the following possible configurations.
The annual 2017 Houzz Kitchen Trends study is out. The study covers what’s been happening over the last 12 months in the Kitchen and Bath Industry, and should be of particular interest to anyone thinking of doing a kitchen remodel or building a new home.
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If you have kids, sometimes you find there’s no organized or ideal place for them to do their homework. That can be solved with some planning. We’ve gathered some house ideas that you can use to make part of your kitchen or oth
er room homework-friendly.
There are lots of reasons homeowners want to remodel their kitchen. For some it is because they are planning on selling their home and for others maybe they finally have enough money and want more functional kitchen. If you are wanting to remodel your kitchen a few of the biggest questions you may have right now is “How much will it increase the value of my home?” or “Will I get a return on my investment?”.
We are almost halfway through 2013 (can you believe it?) and it’s time to check out some of the new trends that are making their way this season.
Did you ever think there would be so much involved in a kitchen remodel? It’s not as simple as just choosing a countertop, a floor, some appliances and some cabinets – it’s the details that really make the room talk…the colors, the accessories, the paneling, etc.
What is it about ugly wallpaper that makes previous homeowners so drawn to it? Wallpaper doesn’t have to be ugly – in fact, it can be stylish and charming; yet all too often new homeowners run across terrifying wallpaper prints plastered all over the walls. Lucky for us all, wallpaper isn’t permanent.
Countertops are a tricky part of the kitchen and bath remodel process. Pick something too bland, and you won’t feel like you did anything to the space. Pick something too loud, and you may get a headache every time you shower or cook a meal. It can seem like you would never be able to pick a countertop with that kind of pressure, but don’t worry… there is a ton of information out there to help you pick.