Educational, Kitchen and Bath

Appliance Tips

In the quest for a lovely, functional, new kitchen, appliances are one of the first things you should be considering, although we recommend not purchasing them until after your final kitchen plan is complete. There are a myriad of options…
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Front Page, Kitchen and Bath, Renovation

How Working With a Project Manager Can Help You

Every renovation project has complexities. Small projects can easily be managed by the homeowner, but as the scope of the project scales up, it reaches a point where the homeowner either does not have the time and/or the expertise to effectively manage it. This tipping point is different for everyone.
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Front Page, Kitchen and Bath

Why Working With a Designer is a Must

So what can a Designer contribute to your project? Well, MANY things. Of course it depends on the scope of your project, and how much you want to be involved. You can have your Designer partner with you in varying degrees.
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Kitchen and Bath, Renovation

Why A Written Contract is Important

Isn’t it interesting how two people can recollect the same conversation so differently? It is compounded by the fact that often people understand the meaning of words quite differently.
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Kitchen and Bath, Renovation

When To Shop For a Renovation

The answer will typically vary depending on: how big the scope of work is, what season or time of year it is, whether you’re looking for improvements to be done in the interior of your home or exterior, and lastly, the big one, the expectation of when the project is to be complete.
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Kitchen and Bath

How To Survive Without a Kitchen

Living without a kitchen is kind of like camping, some people hate it and some people don’t mind it. Either way, a little preparation will go a long way to making the whole experience less painful.
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