Countertops are one of the first things that people notice when looking at a kitchen. This means that choosing the right countertop material (such as granite countertops) and color (like clean white, or shiny black) should take high priority in every kitchen remodel.
Kitchen remodeling projects can be an exciting time for any homeowner. However, once the dust settles and everything is in place, you may want to reconsider throwing away your old kitchen cabinets in the dumpster. There are many ways to find new uses for your old fixtures and your cabinets may have a new lease on life.
The state of your home can affect your mental state more than you think. Piles of dirty laundry, disorganized kitchen cabinets, dust and dirt all over your floor and furniture, they can all contribute to a steady decline of your mental health. A study conducted by UCLA on families and clutter detected a significant link between their self-esteem and mood and the current state of their home.
One of the most attractive focal points in any kitchen are the countertops. Next to the cabinetry, it’s what catches the attention of your guests the most. When you’re installing a new countertop for your kitchen remodeling, you’ll have no shortage of options for materials. Two of the materials available for your consideration are engineered quartz and natural stone counters. While engineered quartz has surpassed natural stone materials by 48%… Continue Reading
If your laundry room isn’t that big, the equipment alone can make it feel cramped in an instant, making it seem as if there isn’t any room left for the other things you need. Thankfully, there is a way to get around that. In this post, Harbour View Kitchen and Bath, one of the best places to go to for bathroom cabinets, discusses the six best storage ideas you can… Continue Reading