Posts made in November, 2010

Kitchen Countertops

Posted by on Nov 30, 2010 in Blog, Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Counters can be a unique focal point in your kitchen. Granite, Tile, Quartz, Solid Surface all traditional materials used for kitchen counters, but how about glass? Glass can be made custom to just about any color or texture. 1 1/2-inch thick glass is very strong and durable. Glass is pure and is non-porous so it will not be affected by any chemicals. I found a great website for reference and to learn more about how you can use glass in your home.
Below are a few pictures from their website. Visit their site and explore all the possibilities for your home.


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Merillat Kitchen Cabinetry

Posted by on Nov 17, 2010 in Blog, Design Ideas

This kitchen has many things I like.
Lighting is an important function in your home, don’t forget to add lighting to your cabinets? Cabinetry lighting adds a warm glow to a space. When there is an island, why not mix up cabinet styles. This kitchen has two different Merillat Cabinet styles. The back cabinets are in the Martel style and the island are Epic along with stainless steel hardware to complete the look. The overall design of this kitchen is a great example of modern or contemporary, but still creates a warm and inviting space. Design is expressive – go ahead and mix up the wood species, colors and styles. If you stay within a palette of color or tones with a few splashes of the unexpected, your space will look interesting and “put together”


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Stainless Steel Tile and Sinks

Posted by on Nov 2, 2010 in Blog, Design Ideas

Crossville’s Tiles. Stainless steel is fused to durable porcelain tile. Can be used in residential and commercial kitchens. For more information, visit

Susan Jablon Mosaics. A large selection of stainless steel in various sizes and shapes. For more information visit

Kohler’s Bachata undermount sink.

Stainless Steel is a versatile finish that can be used through your home. Kohler has stainless steel sinks that add a modern touch and can be incorporated in a traditional or contemporary decor. Stainless Steel tiles; such as, Susan Jablon Mosaics or Crossville’s Stainless Steel Series can be applied to an entire wall as a focal point or combined with another tile to update any room. There are no rules and options are endless. Don’t be afraid to be bold and add interest to your room.


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