Most people know what they like when they see it but are not necessarily sure how to go about putting the right elements together to make a space say “wow”. It is easy to read a few magazines and see ideas you like but which ideas work together?
Everyone is always talking about tips on how to remodel your kitchen. But no one seems to address some of the planning mistakes that I see every day. This is not a comprehensive list as I could go on for a few posts about things I consider design
Ok, back at my writing desk from a few days of hell. I love remodeling more than new construction in many ways but not when we find oddly located, unusual and UNMOVABLE pipes and weirdness in a short interior partition wall I want to move. Heavy sigh. Enough
Think I was optimistic and energized when I wrote I would post 13 different “KBIS Highlights” because as many might remember..I thought KBIS was not so hot this year. But now, I am ready to move on to other fun topic so am wrapping it up over next
This is another article I wrote for PNJ Home and Garden Weekly. Reprinted for those who might have missed it! Let me know your thoughts or if you agree or disagree! Comments always welcome! Planning a kitchen design, whether a remodel or new construction can be a Herculean
Here is another repost of a good article. Working on some fun posts for when spring break is over! Some good ideas to stretch the budget. The key is the creativity you bring to the table! Let me know what you think and if you have any great
Simple answer: Absolutely! But, does that mean always an involved, intricate design? No, it does not. In fact, in every project, the backsplash has to be evaluated..to see which direction the overall design might dictate. Often, I want to ignore the backsplash and not make it a focal
I was never a fan of the architectural hood until a few years ago…I have always preferred the sleeker and understated look but in my region, traditional style still is the norm so I have learned to embrace “Wowzer” hoods. So often the ventilation is left to be