Alternative Countertop Options For Your Kitchen

Posted on: 9 November 2015

When the idea of granite or laminate countertops is not appealing, you should look into some alternative options. By using one of the following materials, you will have the ability to create a unique countertop specifically for your kitchen. Glass Slab One unconventional material choice is a glass countertop. With this option, you get a solid piece of tempered glass that is highly durable. The manufacturing process strengthens the glass, which makes it moisture, heat and mold resistant.
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Update Your Bathroom's Vanity With A Decorative Backsplash And Border

Posted on: 24 July 2015

Update a bland looking vanity in your home's bathroom by creating a backsplash with stick on tiles behind the sink. Further enhance the vanity by adding a self-adhesive border across the top of its cabinet doors. The following steps will teach you how to successfully complete this project so that the bathroom has a more inviting and stylish appearance. Materials soapy water degreaser sponge lint-free cloth stick-on tiles tile cutter scissors measuring tape pencil self-adhesive border squeegee Clean And Measure The Area Behind The Sink And Attach The Tiles
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2015 Trends in Commercial Interior Design

Posted on: 12 May 2015

If you are considering an updated look for your business spaces, a commercial designer is the professional you are looking for. A remodeling for your reception, office, and meeting spaces could lead to not only a favorable first impression for your customers, but a more pleasant and productive work space for your employees. Professional commercial interior designers use their expertise and specialized knowledge of functional design to create attractive work spaces.
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The Hottest Trends In Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 21 April 2015

There is simply no substitute for the beauty and warmth of hardwood floors. Your home is a retreat, and the welcoming glow of nature's finest gift is irreplaceable. Hardwood floors are available in a surprising array of choices, so if you are considering new hardwood flooring, read on for the top trends available now. Wider and Longer Planks Traditional floors have usually measured about 2-3.5" wide, but newer offerings can go as wide as 10"
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