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December 14, 2018
Whether you’re an interior designer, or a business owner selling products for the kitchen and bathroom, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show is a must attend event! As North America’s largest event dedicated to kitchen and bath, it is the ultimate opportunity for marketing, networking, and learning to expand your business.
This holiday season, the look is cozy minimal. What does that mean? Clean, metallic, and natural elements all come together to create a fun and modern take on classic design. So ditch the dusty old fake wreaths and red and green ribbons, this year it’s time to do something fresh for your holiday kitchen decor
A modern farmhouse aesthetic is all the rage these days, and in no space is that more true than in the kitchen. While a traditional farmhouse style kitchen features patterned wallpaper, natural wood tone cabinets and heirloom porcelain knick knacks, the modern version is all about light, bright, and open elements.
If you’re looking to put your house on the market, you want to get the most bang for your buck. Of course, it’s easy to spend tons of money making your house ready for showing, but here are 5 DIYs you can do this weekend, without breaking the bank.
Want to make your bathroom really shine this holiday season? Give it a good deep clean! Who says deep cleaning only happens in the Spring? The family bathroom should get a good deep clean every few months in order to prevent water damage, mildew, and clutter.
Bathrooms come in all shapes and sizes, and so do the sinks we install in them. So how do you choose the right size sink for yours? Well, a simple, but thoughtful, evaluation of your bathroom space and your specific needs should give you the answer.
The final touch to any bathroom makeover is adding accessories to make the room more attractive and functional. Traditional and contemporary accessories are being introduced every day to enhance the bathroom’s overall look. Check out some popular bathroom accessories below!
On average, fifty percent of any kitchen is covered in cabinetry. That’s a lot! It’s the first thing anyone will notice when they approach the room. If you’re remodeling plans include new cabinets, first, understand some fundamentals about cabinetry before picking colors and handles.
October 19, 2018
No matter which type of material is used, the purpose of the backsplash has traditionally been to protect the wall behind the sink or stove from water damage or stains left by messy splatters. More than that, it has become a showcase for your creativity as it adds an accent to the room.
Stainless steel sinks are the heart of kitchens everywhere. Dishes flow in and out throughout the day and they rarely ever get a break. So, at the end of the day when it’s time to clean up, your sink deserves a little TLC.
Have you noticed that in new home construction, bathrooms are getting larger and larger? That’s because homeowners now prefer a spa-like atmosphere in their baths where they can linger and relax. This has sparked a number of new trends in how people plan their new bathrooms or remodel their existing ones.
On average, garbage disposals are designed to last about 12 years. That’s not bad, but those lifespans can be extended much further if the disposals are treated right. Let’s take a look at the generally accepted DO’s and DON’Ts of operating a garbage disposal so you can learn how to make yours last as long as possible.