3 Modern Kitchen Countertops with Waterfall Edges


The blank sides of a kitchen island can often feel unfinished; a countertop with a waterfall edge acts as a capstone by creating a seamless transition from top to bottom. This unique look elevates the island from strictly functional to a sleek statement piece and insulates cabinetry from spills and scrapes in high-traffic spots. See  Continue Reading »

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Eat-In Kitchens: Lounging With Banquettes


Fivecat Studio | Photo by Scott LePage Kitchen banquettes are the perfect opportunity to bring in casual, functional style to a kitchen. They’re perfect for the morning coffee, homework, or a delicious dinner for the entire family. You can design a banquette to be a neutral counterpart in your kitchen or have it stand out with bright  Continue Reading »

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House Tour | Red Lily Renovations


What started as a DIY home built by the owners 15 years ago, transitioned into a beautifully upgraded house to reflect the owners growing family, evolving taste, and renovation needs. “The home we built was not the home it was intended to be. It really needed a makeover,” said homeowner, Tanya. Completed in just seven  Continue Reading »

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Back to Basics: Bring the Outdoors into the Bathroom

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Designed by Knudson Interiors Natural elements made a loud entrance to the interior design scene last year, but their invasion of stylish homes didn’t stop in boudoirs and living rooms. Pushing deeper into private quarters, timber, stone, and houseplants went on to claim their rightful place in the shower room as well. Right now, nature  Continue Reading »

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Being Good to the Environment: Eco-Friendly Kitchens & Baths

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Photo by R.Z.Owens Constructions Being good to the environment is easier than you think. Eco-friendly elements are more accessible than ever before, meaning you can have “green” kitchens and baths that protect our planet’s resources and can save you time and money in the long run. Here are a few ways to make an eco-friendly  Continue Reading »

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10 Tips For Working From Home


These days there are a lot of people who work from home, whether it’s for themselves, like me, or for their employer, like my husband. It’s become more and more common everyday and works really well for most people. That means, though, that having an inspiring and organized work space is very important. Let’s be  Continue Reading »

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Open-Floor Layouts: A Double-Edged Sword Carving Design Trends

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Designed by Richard Cole Architecture | Caesarstone Eggshell The open-floor plan is a hot design trend these days, and it’s reshaping homes and offices across the globe. The open plan owes its popularity to multiple factors, such as greater spatial flexibility and conduciveness to multi-purpose use, increased aesthetic appeal, sense of stylistic unity, and improved  Continue Reading »

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House Tour | Basso Interiors, Inc


When you want to escape your busy city life, where do you run off to? The owners of this Vail Village condo made their home-away-from-home in the snowy mountains of Colorado and enlisted the help of Elizabeth Basso of Basso Interiors, Inc to decorate. The full- service design firm had the task of making a  Continue Reading »

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How to Have an Efficient Kitchen with No Uppers

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Designer: Joe Filshie | Caesarstone: Sleek Concrete Kitchens have come a very long way since the 80’s and 90’s. We are seeing beautiful yet efficient kitchens that feel more like works of art and less like your typical kitchen. There’s less oak and more marble and streamline appliances. Kitchens have become brighter and fresher by  Continue Reading »

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Choosing the Best Kitchen Colors and Materials

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When it comes to a kitchen renovation, the most important part- other than making sure all the plumbing, gas lines, and walls are properly installed- is choosing colors and materials that will not only withstand trends but also daily wear and tear. Unfortunately for most, this is one of the most intimidating aspects of designing  Continue Reading »

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