Design

7 04, 2014

The Most Popular Cabinet Door Styles for Your Kitchen

By |April 7th, 2014|Design, Kitchens|0 Comments|

Cabinet doors are the statement pieces of your kitchen decor.  They set the tone for your overall style and vibe, so it’s important to know your options.  Here are a few of the most popular cabinet door styles and the decorating themes they embody:

Shaker

This style is the most common one found in kitchens today, both for its utility and eclectic style.  Its simple, clean lines send itself to both contemporary and traitional decor.  It consists of 5 pieces, with 4 pieces on the frame and one center flat panel as the fifth.  It can come in a variety of woods and finishes and can  fit a variety of budgets.

Flat

Like the slab doors, these also have […]

28 03, 2014

Custom Cabinets vs. Stock: Which is Better?

By |March 28th, 2014|Design, Kitchens|0 Comments|

Spring is in the air, and with that comes spring cleaning and home improvement projects. Your kitchen is at the top of the list this year, starting with cabinetry. The list of options when it comes to cabinetry can be overwhelming, so a great first decision is whether to purchase custom or stock cabinets.

What Type of Cabinetry Do I Need?

Before you choose which type, it is important to first know what you want in your cabinetry.

  • What features are important to you?
  • What kind of detailing do you want on the face of your cabinets?
  • Is there a particular color hue or wood type that you want to coordinate with other fixtures, crown molding, or existing cabinetry?
  • Is there a particular size or shape you envision when picturing your updated kitchen?

If you […]

31 07, 2012

Remodeling Ideas for Your Loft

By |July 31st, 2012|Bedrooms, Design|0 Comments|

When looking for remodeling ideas for your home don’t forget the Loft.  Too often this room is the last to get attention when updating the home because it isn’t a formal destination for family activity.

Here’s a before and after shot of a Loft we updated. Before our designers and craftsmen got their hands on it, the room was a 18’x13′ dark and outdated space with an 8′ high ceiling.

After two weeks of planning, we began demolition and construction of this new space. First, we raised the ceiling another 4′ and removed the old paneled closet. We also installed the skylights to add some life to the space.

Finally, we refinished the hardwood floors, refreshed the wood work, installed the decorative beams and painted the walls […]