New Trends For Older Homes – KBIS 2020 Recap

The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) 2020 did not disappoint! Each year, this trade show grows in new product display, vendor quality, and wow-factor. Manufacturers bring their latest and greatest and we get to soak up the new trends and count down the days for product releases. This year, we noticed a welcome trend paying homage to design styles

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5 Ways to Mitigate the Stress of a Remodel

Are you ready for a new kitchen but the thought of having your meal prep zone and homework hub down for a couple months sends you screaming the other way? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 ways to mitigate the stress of a remodel – and maybe even make it (gasp) fun! 1. Set clear expectations with

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Appliances That Will Make Your Holiday Time Bliss

‘Tis the season for cookies and cakes, secret recipes and time-honored traditions. In the flurry of activity that accompanies the holidays you may notice that not everyone is pulling their weight, specifically your kitchen appliances. Holiday feasts mean you need all the burners firing (not just the front two). Between baked goods and casseroles, you may realize you really do

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Common Challenges of An Older Kitchen (And How to Fix Them)

In current day, the kitchen is truly the heart of the home.  It’s where families and friends gather, meals are shared, homework is done, and memories are made.  Life 100 years ago was just a bit different, creating a disconnect between how our older kitchens were built and how we would like them to function in our busy lives today.

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Falling for Faucets: 5 Tips to Help You Find the “One”

As with all relationships, first impressions don’t always mean long term fit. What initially attracts you may turn into a lifetime of happiness or a series of frustrations. And as something you use every single day, you want to ensure your kitchen faucet is the best fit for you and your family. Here are Five Tips to help you navigate

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Owning Your Kitchen

It’s holiday season, when our kitchens get a workout from a range of ambitious endeavors, from hosting holiday dinners to crafting artisanal treats for gift-giving. And most of us find that our cookie-cutter kitchens don’t make the grade. It’s a good time, then, to take notes on what does and doesn’t work for you, so that when you’re ready for

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