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Kitchen Remodeling 2: Uses

June 30, 2015

How you use your kitchen should be at the heart of your kitchen’s design. Design isn’t only about looks; it can also make cooking and cleaning a breeze! Good design and careful planning during the kitchen design process can prevent frustration down the road. It all starts with your kitchen’s layout. A layout is a combination of the size and

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Kitchen Remodeling 3: Opportunities

June 30, 2015

Now break out your wish list. You’ve covered basic functions and needed replacements or repairs. Now you can focus on improving your experience of your space. Here is where you “Dream Big” and unlock your kitchen’s potential. Opportunities to optimize – What if you could use every bit of your space, floor-to-ceiling? What if you didn’t have to get on

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Kitchen Remodeling 4: Resources

June 30, 2015

When it comes to kitchen remodeling, your resources are what you have, and what you can spend. Budgeting is seeing how far you can make your resources go. Your basic resources are saved money, in-place assets, home equity, refinancing and flexible funding options. It’s a good idea to speak to a professional about the different kinds of funding available and

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Kitchen Remodeling 5: Methods

June 30, 2015

Once you’ve accounted for what you have to work with, and set aside your budget cushion, then you decide which remodeling methods will let you reach your goal within your budget. What methods you have to choose from vary according to the kind of changes you need. Kitchen remodeling changes fall into one or more of these categories: Structural, Functional

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Kitchen Remodeling 6: Options

June 30, 2015

So you’ve thought through different remodeling methods for your kitchen and don’t have a perfect fit yet. How you manage the final details could be your solution. You might have noticed that we haven’t mentioned things like backsplash, external hardware, paint and countertops. They are a large part of how your kitchen will look. But these are last because when

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Kitchen Remodeling 7: Hire a Pro

June 30, 2015

Now that you have a good idea of what you need, want, and like, it’s time to start getting estimates. You have many choices to make when you’re planning a home remodeling project. You could try the DIY way, hire a neighbor or the friend of a friend, or as we recommend, work with a trusted firm. Here’s how to

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Kitchen Remodeling 8: Installation

June 30, 2015

Prepare for installation! Every kitchen installation will involve some sort of interruption to your daily living. It wouldn’t be much of a remodel if nothing changed, right? The best way to deal with the interruption is to prepare. Some remodeling and refacing companies will have your kitchen cleaned up for moderate use every night. This depends on both the company

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Spotlight On: Countertops – synthetic and man-made materials, Part One

June 30, 2015

When considering materials for your kitchen countertop, it’s good to keep maintenance and longevity in mind. Man-made countertops were created with one or both of those as goals and we’ll be looking at four of these synthetic counter materials. Here’s what you need to know about laminate, solid surfaces, tile and concrete as countertop materials. Laminate has arguably the widest

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Transitional

June 30, 2015

Transitional – a style of contrasts. Lots of folks want the style and homey qualities of times long past, updated to modern sensibilities. There are many ways of achieving that and most of them can be described as transitional. Transitional is the formal elegance of traditional styling ironed out into smoother lines, crisper edges and sleeker decorative touches. It can

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Rustic

June 30, 2015

Rustic is a very unpretentious style. Rustic style kitchens reliably feature wood, in as natural a finish as possible. Styling and detail can be quite similar to traditional, giving a formal feel to the natural materials, or it can be simpler and more rugged. The textures of wood grain and stone stand in well for the scrollwork and carved details

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