A look into any sleek kitchen and you may see that the cabinets themselves possess a unique air about them. Some people may say that the finish adds that extra dimension to the cabinet and to the kitchen, by extension. If you want your kitchen cabinets to carry a look that no one else has, there are some ways to make it work.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Nothing screams going old-school in your kitchen like wood. When wood materials, specifically engineered lumber, is used as the main flooring for a kitchen remodeling project, the effect can be worth it if you tie in a trusted contractor for the work.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Monday, March 16, 2015
If you’re planning to trim your home’s exterior, cellular PVC is a good choice. Cellular PVC (polyvinyl chloride) trim is a close relative of white plastic plumbing pipes. You know how durable these white pipes are, so you can imagine how strong and long-lasting trimboards practically made of the same material can be. That’s not even mentioning that these boards can closely mimic the look and feel of real wood. If you’ve constantly been having problems with your current boards, such as rotting, decay, or premature failure, replace them with cellular PVC trim and expect those issues to disappear completely.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
The kitchen is one of the busiest areas in the home. It can feature considerable traffic on a daily basis, but such traffic can significantly double or even triple on special occasions. During events like holiday get-togethers, the amount of work needed to be done can be staggering that there’s a lot of running back and forth from the stoves indoors to the grill outdoors. In order to prevent such a dilemma, an outdoor kitchen is the most logical choice. But while an outdoor kitchen may seem starkly different from its indoor counterpart, it still must function in the same way. Before you begin sorting out individual building materials from Long Island suppliers such as Contractor Express, read on first.
Monday, March 2, 2015
When it comes to kitchens, what would it take for one to be considered small? There are some pretty simple criteria. For one, opening a cabinet door may require a person to duck down because there’s not enough room to do the task while standing up. Another example would be that the fridge’s door can’t open all the way because it’s tucked in a secluded corner with a countertop or cabinet directly in the way. For most people with small kitchens not unlike the ones described above, there’s no other way to squeeze some more floor area in without knocking walls down and opting for smaller appliances. Or is there? Chances are, a little Long Island kitchen design wizardry can make a small space look and work like a larger one.