Absolutely love the style of the kitchen pictured below….the beautiful glass door inserts, the professional appliances, the gorgeous quartzite on the island…what’s not to love?
And don’t you immediately feel right at home in this classic kitchen? So many beautiful details and such functional storage space!
We loved photographing these finished spaces of some wonderful clients! Next up will be some recently completed bathroom projects…stay tuned!🙂
Selecting a kitchen sink is a big deal! The sink has always been the icon of the kitchen, and a very hard worker. Even though must of us aren’t standing at the sink for hours washing dishes anymore, a lot goes on at the sink… it can multi-task from meal prep to baby bath in minutes! Farm sinks- also called farmhouse sinks or apron-front sinks- are a popular choice with timeless appeal. They are also surprisingly versatile and can fit into a wide variety of design styles and budgets.
The classic white farm sink is often made of a material called fireclay. Fireclay sinks are made from a unique clay fired at extremely high temperatures, and they are known for their strength and durability. Scratch resistant and beautiful makes for a great combination.
Photo from job by KBG North Hills
Stainless steel is another option for a farm sink, and can transition the classically traditional look into a contemporary feel. Stainless steel in general is a popular material choice for kitchen sinks, as it is functional, appealing, and creates a clean look to match stainless steel appliances.
Photo from job by KBG North Hills
Other materials used for farm sinks include enameled cast iron, copper (see brushed nickel copper sink below), and bamboo.
Photo courtesy of Native Trails
Here are the details of this year’s Remodeling Expo seminars. Lots of helpful information presented by an array of experts- don’t miss!
Saturday, January 19, 2013
9:30 am Remodeling Your Bath 101 – Freys Building Company
10:00 am Lynda Loveland with WRAL-FM Radio and a The Tarheel Foodie
Cooking Demonstration in Wolf Kitchen
11:00 am Custom Cabinetry in the Manufacturer’s Arena – Derek and Hugh Tackett
11:30 am Steaming in the New Year – How Steam Cooking Can Help with your New Year’s Resolutions – Miele Kitchen
12:30 pm Healthy Cooking with Pampered Chef – Viking Kitchen
1:15 pm Kitchens & Baths – Part of Modern House Renovations and New Home Construction – Beaman Bldg & Realty – Viking Kitchen
2:15 pm Window and Door Replacement – Todd Gillespie – Viking Kitchen
3:15 pm Maximizing Energy Efficiency with Your Window Coverings – Ted Browne with Gotcha Covered
Monday, January 21, 2013
9:30 am Remodeling Your Kitchen 101 – Freys Building Company- Viking Kitchen
11:00 am Cookin’ with Kitty Kinnin of The River 100.7 – Cooking Demonstration in Wolf Kitchen
1:00 Steaming in the New Year – How Steam Cooking Can Help with your New Year’s Resolutions – Miele Kitchen
2:00 Kitchens & Baths – Part of Modern House Renovations and New Home Construction-Beaman Bldg & Realty – Viking Kitchen
3:00 Healthy Cooking with Pampered Chef – Viking Kitchen
We pride ourselves on being versatile in any style of design. Take a look at two of our recent projects that depict flexibility in our design styles.The first three pictures are of a beautiful classic styled bathroom, while the final three illustrate the clean lines of a modern style kitchen.
Taking photos at the end of the job is so rewarding… Here are a few shots from a recent kitchen and a recent bathroom…enjoy!