Go Green With Your Kitchen Countertop Remodel

Posted on: 6 July 2016
If you're looking to remodel your kitchen, you can support eco-friendly products and practices when you choose the new finishes for your updated space. Here are some countertop design ideas to help you reduce your ecological footprint, while still getting the modern, fresh kitchen you're hoping for. 1. Choose a recycled solid surface countertop. Instead of choosing laminate, try choosing a solid surface countertop that is made from recycled materials. For example, a solid surface glass countertop is actually made to like like higher-end quartz countertops by combining glass pieces together in a resin base or bauxite, which is a natural ore.
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Important Questions To Ask An Interior Design Firm As A New Homeowner

Posted on: 5 July 2016
When moving into your first home, it only makes sense that you want your new home to be as welcoming and attractive as possible for your family, friends and family members. However, it is important to note that there a variety of concerns that are not always readily apparent when you are making your decisions as to the best way to furnish and decorate your home. Therefore, before opting to do it all on your own, it is a good idea to ask an interior design firm the following questions.
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How To Give Your Dining Room A Modern Look Without Expensive Renovations

Posted on: 28 May 2016
If you are looking to update the look and feel of your dining room, making major renovations has likely crossed your mind. While renovations will allow you to customize the space, they can be costly and take weeks, if not months, to complete. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to give your dining room a modern look without breaking the bank or committing to multiple weeks worth of work.
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3 Things To Consider Before Purchasing Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 25 March 2016
Purchasing hardwood flooring for your home is a great way to increase home value and even make your home seem more elegant and appealing. However, before purchasing hardwood flooring, you should consider a few things that will ensure that you purchase the right hardwood flooring for your home. Here are three things to consider before the purchase: Engineered or Solid:  There are two types of hardwood flooring to choose from. One would be engineered flooring, which is more affordable.
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