One of the goals for most kitchen remodels is to gain more storage space. Organization is very important to optimizing the way a kitchen functions. Cabinetry makers have done their homework in researching the ways consumers work in their kitchens and have designed many cabinet accessories to solve their storage problems. These additions to the cabinets convert standard cabinets into specialized, or maximize storage spots that handle typical needs in the kitchen. Based on our experience, here are ten “must have” kitchen cabinet storage accessories designed to make life in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable:Read More
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Proper illumination is important in a kitchen to enable you to work efficiently and safely when you are cooking, eating or entertaining. Kitchen lighting should be planned by design. To create versatile lighting in the kitchen, it's important to include more than one type of fixture. Different types of lighting allows you to layer light in different configurations depending on your needs. For example, soft warm light from a pendant is great for the morning before coffee, while focused white task lights over the sink are ideal for when it's time to do the dishes. Luckily there are six types of light fixtures that can be mixed and matched in the kitchen to provide plenty of options for all your needs.Read More
The backsplash brings out the personality of a kitchen. Choosing a backsplash for your kitchen is a great way to show off your style. Backsplash styles and materials range from sweet and simple, to elegant and elaborate to coordinate with your tastes. It can naturally tie a design together or become a stunning focal point. If you need help narrowing down some tile design ideas, or just with finding a place to start, keep reading for backsplash options for your kitchen.Read More
Today’s bathtubs are designed for both style and comfort. There are many options on the market and each year, new styles and features are introduced to help homeowners' find the perfect bathtub for their specific needs. Tubs come in a variety of shapes and a range of sizes, materials, finishes, and installations methods. When selecting a tub for your bathroom, first consider your style requirements, then which tub size and material will work best for you and your needs, and finally, consider any additional bathtub features or amenities.