Design Trends

Design A Functional Yet Attractive Kitchen Island

Everyone wants a big kitchen. However, such a kitchen can feature too much empty space. Rather than waste that space, many homeowners opt for a kitchen island. Kitchen islands can serve many functions, but they need to be designed well for good utility. Likewise, you’ll want an island that’s an attractive addition to the rest…

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How to Choose the Right Kitchen Sink

You’ve heard the old adage, “everything but the kitchen sink.” But if you’re planning a kitchen remodel or new build, you should actually focus on the kitchen sink. While it might not be as big an investment as your appliances or take up as much visual space as the cabinetry, the sink will significantly impact both the…

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Tips for Remodeling the Guest Bathroom

Double Sink Bathroom Vanity with large mirror

When it comes to remodeling, many homeowners spend their time envisioning how they’ll change their master bathroom, and the guest bathroom may get forgotten. However, this bathroom is the one visitors are more likely to see. The guest bathroom may not require as many upgrades as the master bath which may make it a less…

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6 Ideas for a Convenient Drinks Station

A current trend in kitchen design is designating work stations, especially when you have a larger area to work with. Instead of just having food preparation areas with no specific purpose, you can tailor the design to a certain task. One such task is drink preparation. Preparing a drink, be it a smoothie or margarita,…

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Tips for Designing a Wet Room in Your Master Bathroom

A relatively new trend in master bathrooms is adding a wet room. At its most fundamental, a wet room is an enclosed space that includes both a shower and a freestanding bathtub. Yes, that basically means it’s an update on the old shower-and-tub combo. However, a wet room offers beautiful design opportunities. Essentially, the wet…

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5 Ways the Right Tile Can Make a Small Powder Room Look Bigger

As the saying goes, “Good things come in small packages.” Just because you’re working with a small space doesn’t mean your powder room can’t pack a big punch! Make your powder room appear larger by taking advantage of a few of our favorite tiling techniques. Blending In You’ve probably heard this before, but it’s true…

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