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There is no denying it. Shaker cabinet doors are just about everywhere you look and they are not going anywhere. Shaker cabinets are one of the most well-known and recognizable cabinet door designs on the market. However, the classic shaker-style cabinet door isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. And so, it should be no surprise that this style that has remained so popular has also been adapted and experimented with by interior designers.
If you already have wall cabinets in your kitchen, which you likely may, then you know that these units can make the difference between an organized kitchen and a cluttered mess. However, over time our wall cabinets can fall into disrepair or just wall out of style. And since they are right around eye level, these imperfections can be hard to ignore.
MDF is one of the most sought-after materials for building anything from cabinet doors to furniture, but many homeowners are still wary of it. The assumption is that solid wood will give your cabinets long-term durability, strength, and value. While this is mostly true, there are several places where MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, can actually be the better choice. And so, to make the best choice, it could be helpful to make a pros and cons list for solid wood and MDF cabinets. This way, you will have all the information you need to choose the correct material for your project.
Whether you're renovating or starting from scratch, choosing a vanity is one of the most exciting parts of redoing your bathroom. A beautiful vanity can turn an average looking bathroom into something chic and sophisticated. A bathroom vanity can make mornings in a family home seamless or add storage space into a powder room. As one of the most utilized areas, your bathroom and vanity must reflect your style and work with your wants and needs.
Bathroom remodeling projects can be difficult if you have never been a part of one. Knowing what you should or shouldn’t replace, what should be done by professionals, and if you need any permits can be difficult questions to answer. The bathroom is one of the most frequently used rooms in the house, so you want to make sure it stays clean and comfortable, but where to start?
Imagine a whimsical and fun space that will help kids relax or encourage them to take care of their daily needs independently. This bathroom remodel could include décor like silly wallpaper borders on the walls for added color and whimsy, as well as more practical items such as furniture to make the space accessible, so they can be comfortable in this exciting new bathroom! In this guide, we will explore some kid-friendly bathroom ideas for designing a space that is both comfortable and safe for your children.
Summer is the time of year when many find themselves with ample free time they need to complete their home remodel projects. From weather-related delays during colder months to seasonal sales on home improvement goods; here are six reasons why summertime may be just what you're looking for if you want some help sprucing up your abode with a remodel project.
Do you know what mistakes people make when renovating their kitchen and/or bathroom? If not, then this blog post is for you. We will be discussing 10 common renovation mistakes that homeowners should avoid in order to have a high-quality end result.
Last week we look at our 10 favorite solid wood doors. This week we are highlighting 10 thermofoil cabinet door designs that we love. Thermofoil is a vinyl laminate that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, core. These doors come in a wide variety of color and texture options like natural wood, granite, and even brushed aluminum. Thermofoil doors have the great benefit of arriving fully finished and ready to go, so you don’t have to worry about painting or staining.
When you think bathroom remodel, you are probably imagining a large, time-consuming project with an even bigger price tag. But not everybody has the budget, time, or possibly the need for new fixtures and fittings. The good news is that with a little creativity and time, it really is possible to remodel a bathroom on a smaller budget and without major construction. In this blog, we are going to take a look at some ways you can give your bathroom a fresh face without breaking the bank.