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Elegant & Glamorous

Elegant & Glamorous The existing kitchen was cramped and dated and no longer met the client’s needs. The kitchen layout was awkward with limited counter space and cabinetry. Hanging soffits blocked the line of vision into the living room and limited storage. The client wanted a Modern open concept kitchen perfect for entertaining large groups…
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Transitional Meets Country Chic

Transitional Meets Country Chic As outdated and inefficient as our clients’ existing kitchen was, selling their home for an upgrade was not an option. Our client has lived in this home since birth, and wants to remain there, adding to the lifelong memories they have created. There was nothing about the existing kitchen that the…
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Why Go With Large Format Tile?

Why Go With Large Format Tile? A large format tile is most commonly seen as 24×48. When installing a large format tile, you use less grout, making it easier to keep your floors and shower walls clean. Having a larger tile allows for more of a wipeable surface, making it an easier clean. Large-format tiles can…
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What is LVP?

What is LVP? LVP stands for Luxury Vinyl Plank. LVP has become increasingly popular over the last few years. LVP looks like planks of hardwood floors. They are individual pieces of vinyl so they look very similar to the real thing. LVP is extremely durable, easy to maintain, and can be found at a reasonable…
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A Chef’s Dream

Contemporary Classic Our clients loved their home and neighborhood deep in the horse acreages. However, the functionality and aesthetic of the kitchen were dated, dark, and partitioned. There were multiple tile patterns and colors throughout the home, separating the kitchen and the great room. They wanted to transition the kitchen and great room into an…
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Contemporary Classic

Contemporary Classic Our clients loved their home and neighborhood deep in the horse acreages. However, the functionality and aesthetic of the kitchen were dated, dark, and partitioned. There were multiple tile patterns and colors throughout the home, separating the kitchen and the great room. They wanted to transition the kitchen and great room into an…
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