All posts tagged "kitchen"
Bacteria-Killing Light For Your Kitchen
Cleaning is still an excellent way to rid your kitchen of bacteria, but this bacteria-killing LED light takes cleaning to the next level. But now, there’s another tool to whip out of your germ-killing kit to take...
- Posted March 24, 2018
The Verdict on Vented vs Non-Vented Range Hoods
And What To Look For When Shopping For A Range Hood The thing about cooking—especially frying and grilling—is that it can kick up a lot of smoke, grease, and lingering food smells. A range hood helps keep...
- Posted March 17, 2018
Pros and Cons: Painted vs. Stained Cabinets
Kitchen cabinets are largely about the finish. Whether you’re buying cabinets for the first time or you’re a seasoned kitchen remodeler, it probably didn’t take you long to realize that stain and paint are two totally different...
- Posted March 14, 2018
Granite Offers an Authentic and Natural Finish to Historic Home Renovation
Granite has an authentic natural finish for the age and architecture of our 604 Second Street Historic Renovation. It has limitless design potential and value. It’s durable and a good choice for the kitchen – it won’t...
- Posted March 10, 2018
How to Update Your Kitchen Cabinets With Paint
A pro gives advice on when and how to paint your cabinets. Get the step-by-step Have your kitchen cabinets gone from new to vintage to what you consider an eyesore? Does it feel like you should be...
- Posted February 20, 2018
Pioneering Beale MeasureFill Kitchen Faucet Dispenses Precise Volume of Water on Demand
The new Beale MeasureFill pull-down kitchen faucet from American Standard, part of the LIXIL Corporation, is one of the first to market delivering an adjustable set volume of water on demand. This contemporary styled, high-arch faucet streamlines...
- Posted February 8, 2018
Countertops – Getting the Best of the Best
The project involved completely renovating a modest 1,177 sq. ft. 111-year-old home, inside and out, in old town Brentwood, California. Originally a catalog mail-order kit home, built around 1906, it was among an estimated 600 small bungalows...
- Posted December 12, 2017
Jeffrey Court Tile – Fashion Forward and Timeless
One of the key visual elements and challenges in authentically renovating and updating a historic 100 year-old plus bungalow was to find and select just the right vintage-looking ceramic tiles for the various rooms. The century-old home,...
- Posted October 28, 2017
Kelly-Moore’s paint colors offer timeless class and durability
As a top-notch renovation of a turn of the 20th century Craftsman style bungalow soon comes to fruition, the color of its exterior and interior offers the exquisite, perfectly matched finishing touch. “The homeowners selected a soft...
- Posted October 20, 2017
Back to the Future with Shaker Style Cabinetry
The project was to completely update a modest 1,177 sq. ft 100 year-old plus home, inside and out, in old town Brentwood, California. Originally a catalog design mail-order kit that reportedly was among roughly 600 small bungalows...
- Posted October 20, 2017