Secrets to a Happy Kitchen

Eight Secrets to a Happy Kitchen Reprinted in part from Text by: Steele Thomas Marcoux, editorial contributor Kitchens may be the most functional rooms in the house, but the long hours logged in these spaces doesn’t mean kitchens have to be all work and no play. In fact, their role as the hub

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Want a kitchen or bath designer but can’t afford one?

Want to remodel your kitchen or your bathroom but think you can’t afford to hire a designer? Think again! In today’s competitive marketplace, more and more General Contractors and Remodeling Companies are hiring professional kitchen and bath designers to help you design your perfect project – and, the good news, they are staying price-competitive with

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White and Cherry Wood Kitchen Remodel

Think white appliances are out of style – think again. This kitchen remodel made the design work by using cherry wood cabinets, a white (“Oyster”) CaesarStone quartz 1-1/4” countertop with an Eased edge and a Daltile, Ritten House Square, “Cypress” celadon green 3×6 inch subway tile – what do you think?. The sink is a

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Zen Bathroom Remodel in East Lakeview

This may be one of the most beautiful bathroom remodels we’ve ever done. The client was a gem to work with. She had excellent taste which showed in the rest of her home; and, her master bathroom, in comparison, was a disaster. It is a huge space with 12 foot angled ceilings and was just

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Homeowner’s Guide to Hiring a Contractor 3 & 4

Homeowner’s Guide to Hiring a Kitchen Contractor or Remodeling Company Point #3: License and Insurance After you have chosen a General Contractor, ask for a copy of their General Contractor’s License. Also request that a “certificate of Insurance” be issued in your name with your address (or the address of the project) on it from

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