Monthly Archives: June 2017

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Using Mirrors in a Big Way

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Source Nothing makes an impression like and impressive mirror. Using mirrors in a big way can make a space come alive. Size is often key. You have to think about how the mirror will interact with the rest of the space, as well as how well it is filling the space in which it is […]

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Trend Alert: Acrylic Accents

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Source Nothing says “modern” like the look and feel of acrylic (A.K.A. Lucite or Plexiglass). The clear simplicity of the material invokes a sense of science fiction, like a scene from Blade Runner or Back to the Future Part II. This has allowed it to stay in popular design ever since its introduction in the […]

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Industry Ed with Richard: Kitchen & Bath Guideline Series – Showers

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In this post we will discuss the NKBA Kitchen and Bathroom Planning Guidelines, by first stating the guidelines and then pointing out their importance and giving insight on solutions and practices based on my industry experience.¬†Find out more about NKBA here. Showers NKBA Guidelines The minimum interior shower size is 30″ x 30″ or 900 […]

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Simple yet Impressive: Simple Cabinet Door Styles that make an Impression

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Source Going simple never means compromising the quality of design. In fact, simplicity is a strong trait of the, continually rising in popularity, transitional style, which pairs traditional and contemporary styles together. With the transitional style we have seen a real shift from the more traditional and ornate cabinet door styles to doors that are […]

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Trend Alert: Low-lying Beds

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These days it seems like beds are at an all time low. Many mattresses no longer require a boxspring, and some modern bed frames rest only a few inches above the floor. Some consider this trend inconvenient – who wants to squat that low just to get in and out of bed? Others see it […]

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