1. 6 Tips for a Great Kitchen Remodel

    Kitchens are all different and the remodeling to get them to be your dream kitchen will inevitably involve some unexpected expenses. Every remodel job seems to, especially when you’re taking your kitchen from the original features to luxury. You may live in a kitchen that needs more counter space or doesn’t have a dishwasher. Or you may have a kitchen that doesn’t have a good flow for prep a…Read More

  2. Appliances that Make an Upscale Kitchen Remodeling

    When you buy a new house, you more than likely need to update a few rooms of the house before moving in. The kitchen is usually one of those rooms. Kitchen remodeling allows you to make whatever changes you want to your kitchen so you can have your dream kitchen, a space you can relax and enjoy the process of preparing food together or with your family and friends around as you work. No matter how…Read More

  3. The Advantages of Having an L-Shaped Kitchen Layout

    In our previous blog, we addressed the importance of having a work triangle in a kitchen so there is flow. Having a triangular flow will improve your ease as you prepare food, moving easily between the refrigerator, stove/oven and sink. There are a variety of different kitchen styles that help to achieve this flow when you are considering kitchen remodeling for your Bay Area home. The L-Shaped Lay…Read More

  4. The Importance of Kitchen Flow

    Kitchens can be laid out a number of ways and depending on the size of the kitchen and distance between the countertops and appliances, it can make your work more or less difficult. When you’re remodeling a kitchen, you may want to think of the flow between work spaces and cook spaces to make your job easier and cutting down on steps. Typically, the ideal flow is a triangular workflow. This will…Read More

  5. The U-Shaped Kitchen Layout and its Utility

    You are starting to look at kitchen remodeling ideas for your Los Angeles house and you want to expand your single wall kitchen/eat in kitchen to a full kitchen, but the options seem endless and daunting. Don’t get discouraged. There is a solution that will make your life planning for the kitchen remodeling and after as you use your kitchen for years to come. The U-shaped kitchen layout provides…Read More

  6. The G-Shaped Kitchen Offers Workspace without Barriers

    In our last few blogs, we’ve addressed kitchen layout and how it adds to the function of your kitchen after remodeling. We’ve talked about two very common kitchen layouts. Another one that is popular, but can only be used when there is ample space is the G-shaped kitchen. This can be used with an open floor plan home or if the kitchen is tucked away in the home and the doorway is the opening i…Read More

  7. A Small Kitchen with All the Function

    Kitchens have different shapes, but as we’ve talked about in past blogs is they typically all provide the homeowner with a kitchen work triangle. While most kitchens counters and appliances are laid out on two or more walls of the kitchen, some are only on one wall. Some homes offer what’s called a galley or corridor kitchen. These only have two walls of the kitchen with the appliances, counte…Read More

  8. The Many Faces of Kitchen Backsplashes

    Remodeling your kitchen involves pulling a number of details together to make the space beautiful and functional. Although a backsplash may not seem like a pivotal piece for your kitchen, it has the ability to make a huge impact and can pull a kitchen together. This is one place you can inject your personality or let other features shine. In the past, there were backsplashes that were the plain, n…Read More

  9. Call on the Function of the Backsplash in your Kitchen Remodeling Project

    You may be asking with your kitchen remodeling project if a backsplash in your San Jose kitchen is necessary. If you don’t add it, you can save money and put it toward that appliance you want but can’t afford. However, here are a few things to consider when evaluating if you want a backsplash or not. There is a real function to that part of your kitchen remodel. The backsplash helps in keeping…Read More

  10. Cost Effective Alternatives to Tile Backsplashes

    As your remodeling contractor finishes up your home remodel and you’re looking at options for your decor. Buying tile for your backsplash can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many options for you to use less expensive alternatives for pricey stone tile and save money. Here are a few remodeling ideas. Some tile stores will get damaged tiles that you could buy at a discounted …Read More