The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Kitchen Renovation

We’ve written several blogs about kitchen renovations in the past, but none like this one. This guide will give you inspiration, must-knows not shared behind trending kitchen remodel designs and the price tag associated with those pins in your “dream kitchen” board. To make things simple, we’ve even broken it down into 4 easy steps. The steps we’re sharing here are interrelated, meaning that the first step flows naturally into the second, and so on. We’ve structured it this way so that you can prioritize your kitchen renovation “wish list”. Read more

Kitchen Cabinets to Look Out for in 2018

Typically, homeowners want to replace their existing kitchen cabinets because they’re old, outdated and an eyesore. In some cases, they may not be the right kind of storage your family needs to support everyday routines. The right kitchen cabinets can add to your kitchen remodel design. However, if chosen without knowledge or maintenance education, they can turn into a pain. Read more

How To Create A Dream Kitchen Remodel with Gold!

As the adage goes, what’s old becomes new again. This is especially true with home design. After many years of chrome, stainless, and brushed nickel reigning supreme, gold and brass are making a comeback…and in a huge way. While stainless, chrome and brushed nickel continue to be popular, homeowners are now incorporating brass and gold-tone accents into their kitchen remodel.

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What do Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling Projects Cost?

Reality TV shows are a great source of inspiration. They leave you with tons of ideas for materials, products and appliances. However, they don’t shed a realistic light on what a kitchen and bathroom remodeling project will cost. It’s okay to enter the remodeling process with just a concept of the type of bathroom remodel or kitchen makeover you’d like.

Remodeling Projects: Sticker Shock & Timelines

When homeowners come to us they have a concept in mind. They’ve researched ideas from popular sites like Houzz and Pinterest. Yet, when it comes to an investment for their project, most just come up with a number they’d like to stay under. It’s important to base your remodeling project investment on a realistic, set-aside number. For example, homes in

Eyesore Kitchens – Problems, Solutions and Transformations.

Over the years, we’ve transformed many homes. We’ve heard it all, but one thing remains consistent. The number one complaint by homeowners wanting a home remodel is that their space has become an eyesore. It is followed by the need for a more efficient layout that compliments the family routine. Perhaps you’re in this situation yourself, or you have been

Before and After: Dramatic Kitchen Transformations

Many homeowners want to change their kitchen, whether it’s because it functions poorly, their taste has evolved or they purchased a home marked by someone else’s style. In fact, “can no longer stand the old kitchen” is the top reason homeowners choose to remodel kitchens, according to Houzz research. If you’re experiencing kitchen fatigue and are looking for inspiration, take

Drastic Kitchen Remodel in Arlington Texas

This Southwest Arlington couple wanted to update their 1983 home. They are both Doctors with a busy schedule and the kitchen was one of the rooms not providing them with the functionality they desired. The kitchen originally had a wall in the center separating the kitchen and entertaining areas. The kitchen sink was on one side of the wall and

3 To-Do’s Before Selecting Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets are one of the first things that catch our eye. They have the ability to transform a room by way of functionality and aesthetics. With so many varieties, cabinet lines and door styles it can be hard to know where to start and how much  your new kitchen cabinets will cost. This is why many homeowners benefit from

Common Ways to Incorporate Universal Design in your Kitchen

Universal design has been a trend in home design recently, yielding structures with wide appeal and accessibility, taking into consideration elderly homeowners, people with physical disabilities and people who are not as physically able to complete daily tasks as their peers.