The Kitchen Backsplash; Your Home’s Focal Point The kitchen backsplash is no longer simply to protect walls from spills, splatters, gunk, and blowups. Any home renovation or tile store will showcase a wide array of eye-catching materials like glass, wood, metals, stone, mosaics and more. These design ideas have helped to make the kitchen backsplash the focal
Home Renovation at 1311 Toledo Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN Bittersweet home renovation… This project was a labor of love for me. You just don’t know what the end result will be or what you may encounter while taking on rehab project with an older home. But, when the project is approached with the eye of an
Bar Stools Have Taken Over Interior Design Bar stools are the new focus piece for many interior designers and the ultimate piece of jewelry for your kitchen. The best part about today’s interior design standards is that you can be as creative as you want. And items that were the norm in 1920’s – 1960’s
A Little Bit about Marble The very brief history… The word “marble” originates from the Greek, marmaros, meaning “a snow white and spotless stone”. Be this as it may, marble can be found in a rainbow of colors. The use of this stone in architecture dates back thousands of years to ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian
The internet is ablaze with all kinds of fun trends we can expect to see in kitchens next year. Metal hoods, wooden kitchen cabinets and oil-rubbed bronze finishes are just a couple of the many concepts kitchens will soon be flooded with.
As usual, I dug up my very favorite trends so you can get a glimpse of what 2015 is shaping up to be.
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Some of the most unique, inspiring spaces I’ve seen have been restaurants around the world. While browsing creative restaurant designs I noticed some pretty cool trends! Whether you have a restaurant of your own to decorate or would just like to be inspired by some beautiful spaces, these are some fun restaurants to look at.
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The summer is in full swing and the weather is gorgeous, yet you feel like your kitchen and bathroom could use a little TLC. Here are some great tips to get your spaces show ready for any last minute soirees that may pop up! 1. Fresh coat of paint or new wallcovering This is the
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