Monthly Archives: October 2010

KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS 101

Selecting countertops for your kitchen can be one of the most challenging parts of the design process. With all of the options out there, finding the best option for your space can be overwhelming! Scroll through the following options to learn about the pros and the cons of some of...
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SIX WAYS TO SPICE UP SUBWAY TILE

The subway tile: it’s timeless, it’s classic, and buyers love it!  The problem is…every other bathroom seems to have it. So if you like the look of subway tile but are afraid of looking like everyone else in your neighborhood, don’t fret! Below are five ways to spice up the...
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DRAB TO FAB: FURNITURE FIXES FOR OLD PIECES

When approaching a design project, I always ask clients if there are any items that they would like to reuse or re-purpose in their new space. More often than not, clients have furniture pieces or accessories with sentimental value that they’d like to incorporate into the new design. Also more...
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HOW TO SELECT KITCHEN FLOORING

Hardwoods Hardwood floors, although relatively expensive, are warm underfoot, look smart and are highly durable. Wood is available in plank, strip or parquet options and in differing widths and thickness. Solid or engineered wood options are available – prices will depend on the grade of the wood, which is determined...
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