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Simple, achievable design and renovation strategies for a beautiful, comfortable home

kitchen design book
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AUG
2013

Top 10 Kitchen Renovation Tips

When looking to improve the quality of life in their homes, many people consider a kitchen renovation. To make the most of your experience and avoid costly mistakes, these are my top recommendations to help the process go smoothly. No. 1 Prepare a Wish List Prepare a written wish...
07
MAY
2013

Grounded: Part 2 in the Series on Residential Flooring

Many clients ask whether or not wood flooring is a practical choice for a kitchen floor. The answer is yes and no. How’s that for definitive? Like so many things in the home, so much depends on how you live and what your tolerance level is for certain materials. Wood floors have...
22
APR
2013

Grounded – Part 1 in the Series on Residential Flooring

Our feet are often ignored, neglected and underappreciated, but like the floors in our homes, they are the foundation upon which we stand to make our impression on the world.   Hardwood Residential flooring is the canvas that grounds every piece of furniture that will grace...
14
APR
2013
a designer, contractor and client on a job site

Introducing “Tales from the Trenches”

Welcome to Tales from the Trenches! A no-holds-barred, roll your sleeves up, dig-in-the-dirt blog about home design and renovation. This is where you’ll see my successes and challenges on job sites first hand. This blog is an off-shoot of the first book in my series: Renovation...