If you’re considering remodeling your kitchen, chances are the existing space isn’t meeting your needs or is in need of updating. A kitchen remodeling project can be a major undertaking. Where do you begin? Here are five important steps to follow to help you get started.
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One of the best ways to organize personal items is to custom design a closet space expressly for the things you need to store. There are two types of closets in our homes: reach-in closets and walk-in closets. Most closets come equipped with the standard rod and shelf and are often cluttered. Sometimes homeowners install ready-made storage systems only to find that they did not optimize the space for the items they need to store and still have clutter.
Most homeowners find they need more storage space or a better way of organizing the things they own. Sometimes adding more storage space is difficult, especially if you own a small home. Make-shift shelving that you find at home centers often is not sturdy or attractive. Ready-made book shelves take up floor space and although generic, may not be suitable for the items you want store.
Kitchen cabinets are an essential feature in any home. They provide functional storage and help define the look of the kitchen. Homeowners often look for cabinet styles that are classic and timeless. Cabinetry should also complement the architectural style of a home and interior design.
If you’re planning to remodel your master bathroom consider including features to create a comfortable and enjoyable personal retreat. A good master bath design should address both function and style. Some master baths are small but can be equipped for comfort. Others are large but may require reconfiguration to add amenities. Or, you may be starting fresh by adding a master bath addition. In each case, here are twelve essential comfort items to consider in your master bath remodeling plans:
What is a “hot kitchen design trend”? When we develop our annual list of trends, we consider four criteria –
More people are making a living by working at home. According to the most recent census:
Generally, we don’t write about specific products in our blog. However, we are very excited to be introducing a new line of custom cabinetry to the Central New York market – Elmwood Fine Custom Cabinetry – and we wanted to give our loyal blog readers a first hand look.
The following article is the last in a series by long-time customer Mary Karpinski. With photos and her elegant writing style, Mary describes her major kitchen remodel - from design to completion. Read all of Mary's Kitchen Remodel articles.