Why Cabinets Are an Investment

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We understand that when clients come to us and want to use us for their remodel, that they not only are making an investment but also that it’s something they…

Our KBIS Experience 2018

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For those of you who don’t already know, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) hosts the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) every year as a part of Design…

Designing Your TV Unit

TVs play an important role in our lives: they keep us entertained. Maybe we are watching a cooking show in our kitchen, or following along with our favorite sitcom in the…

Top Kitchen Design Trends of 2016

Are you thinking about doing a kitchen remodel or kitchen update? Well,  before any money is spent, we believe that it’s very important to be informed of current design trends. Every…

Mixing Metals in Kitchen Design

With kitchen and bath trends always changing, many of my clients ask, “If I install this, will my kitchen look out of style in five years?” I get this question most frequently…

Handmade Cement Tiles

Handcrafted cement tiles are coming in more sizes and colors than ever before. The look stands out on its own and can make a striking yet subtle statement. A room…

Go from Social to Serious Business with Kitchen Desk Space

The kitchen is the heart of the house – every family member spends time there, which is why considering a desk space near the kitchen is a great idea. It can be an efficient family “command center” and more (I love having a computer in the kitchen for looking up recipes and cooking videos). Best of all, a desk space can be integrated into almost any kitchen design. Kitchen Design Concepts created this desk space that blends in alongside the well-hidden refrigerator.

A Universal Kitchen has Something for Everyone

With tricks of the trade like the lifestyle assessment, Kitchen Design Concepts will tailor your kitchen remodel to your unique lifestyle – but what about the other people in your life? This is where the idea ofuniversal kitchen design comes in – a design that allows your kitchen to “age-in-place.” It’s not about avoiding outdated features, but acknowledging that everyone’s abilities change over time and finding one good solution to meet the needs of a broad range of users.

A Kitchen For: Small Spaces

The galley kitchen that we started with in this house was dated, out of style, and lacking in functionality. An L shaped cabinet closed off the space from the rest of the house and contributed to the small, closed off feeling of the kitchen. By removing the imposing cabinets the kitchen area was opened to the breakfast and living areas. Cork flooring was used throughout the living and kitchen area to unite the spaces and create an updated look. A counter-depth refrigerator was used instead of a free standing unit to improve the walkway and sight lines.

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