Question – how do you get light, privacy, contemporary style and color through a kitchen backsplash area? Answer – by using decorative art glass tile blocks. Learn below how Erin Cornelius of Davis California was able to create a light filled focal point in her kitchen remodeling project by adding an area of artistically designed glass tile blocks in between two rows of cabinetry.
Posts Tagged ‘kitchen design’
Project Spotlight: Using Art Glass Tile Blocks in a Kitchen Backsplash to add Light, Color, Privacy and StyleMonday, February 4th, 2013
Were you embarrassed to have people over this holiday season because you’re kitchen is in bad need of remodeling? If so then 2013 might be the time to finally get the remodeled kitchen you’ve always desired – but the reality is making decisions on a new kitchen can be daunting.
Learn below the 7 hottest kitchen design tips and market trends so your new renovation can combine a style that fits today’s market with function that will work for your family for years to come.
If you’re current kitchen doesn’t have the cool look and style you’re seeing in magazines, on the Internet or at model homes check out the hot new trends (as identified by the National Kitchen and Bath Association) and kitchen remodeling ideas for 2012 to spruce up this space:
Maybe you remember the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” about a crazy scientist’s miniaturization machine that accidently shrinks his kids (not exactly a cinematic classic – but kind of funny in parts). Well in these times of tight money and low real estate values many homeowner are also finding the need to shrink their bathroom, basement or kitchen remodeling ideas down to a size that fits their budget.
The key to smaller sized renovation projects is about creating cool, well planned spaces in reduced packages. If that sounds easier said than done here’s 5 practical tips to get started on a designer bathroom or designer kitchen on a 2011 budget: Continue reading “Honey, I Shrunk the Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Project” »
5 1/2 Kitchen Remodeling Design Tips to Improve The Market Value of Your Cleveland & Columbus Ohio HomeSaturday, December 11th, 2010
Are you’re considering a kitchen remodeling project in your Cleveland or Columbus home but don’t want to overspend and not be able to get your money back if you decide to sell down the road? Your concern is shared by many. How can you create a nice looking, functional kitchen for cooking and entertaining that won’t drain your wallet and will add the most market value to your home? Here’s 5 ½ steps to get you on the right path: Continue reading “5 1/2 Kitchen Remodeling Design Tips to Improve The Market Value of Your Cleveland & Columbus Ohio Home” »