This casual kitchen in West Chester provides a lesson in thinking outside the box to get the most out of the available space. It's also an example of how to temper the bold character of rustic style with the straight-forward simplicity of transitional kitchen design. The result is a comfortable space that can host the family just as easily as a gathering of friends.Read More
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An awkwardly large laundry room in this Symmes Township home was a great opportunity to create a functional space with unique amenities.Read More
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Your choice of countertop material for your kitchen or bathroom is a key element to creating the design and style of your space. There are many types of counter surfaces to chose from (and many color and style options within each), so it can be a bit of an overwhelming decision. It's helpful to know the popular materials and their properties, so we've outlined the 6 most common options below to get your started.
Most kitchen floor plans take into account the relationship of the sink, cooktop and refrigerator- the three components that make the kitchen a useful space. Designers refer to this as the "working triangle". In order to create a functional kitchen, it's important to understand which triangle configuration works best in the space. What we find is that most kitchens end up fitting into one of four basic floor plan designs. Every home is different, so the details and exact arrangement will always be a bit unique, but starting with the basics is a great way to see the potential for your kitchen remodel. Here, we take a look at each.Read More