As more people transition to working from home, the need for a functional home office is growing. From dining tables, to hallway nooks and even couches we’ve all had to adapt.
Without a doubt the hardest working room in the home, your kitchen should function like a well-oiled machine. An organized kitchen is free from frustrations and makes meal planning and preparation easier by reducing time looking for a particular kitchen tool, or saves money spent buying duplicate pantry items.
Our homes have now become our havens. As an extension of your home, the most functional outdoor kitchen designs combine spaces to cook, eat, and entertain. No longer considered a luxury item, outdoor kitchens increase the cooking and entertaining areas of the home, adding versatility and style.
Deciding to purchase custom kitchen or bathroom cabinets is only the first of many decisions to make. Here we unbox some of the most important decisions to make and terms to know when purchasing new cabinetry.
Looking for a way to improve your kitchen’s functionality while also adding a bit of stylistic flair? A butler’s pantry may be exactly what you need to deliver additional storage with a luxurious touch.
It’s always good to get a sense of what is (and isn’t) in style before making any permanent upgrades to your home. Here’s a quick overview of some design trends you can expect to encounter as you investigate your options heading into 2020.
Portfolio Spotlight: A Transitional Design for an Uptown New Orleans Kitchen This beautiful, century old home is located in Uptown New Orleans. Due to its age, extensive renovations needed to be completed throughout the house. It belonged to a young family who was in need of a family-friendly kitchen that opened into the den. To give the family