Natural stone countertops like marble, granite, and quartzite are incredibly strong and resilient. They are, after all, stone. However, they’re not entirely immune to damage, and the risk of harm could depend on the type of stone you choose. … MORE
Starting a kitchen or bathroom remodel is fun and exciting. Once you start looking at flooring, cabinets, countertops, fixtures, and other design elements, you can quickly become overwhelmed with choices. … MORE
Whether you’ve recently purchased your dream home, even if the décor is not quite to your taste, or you’ve lived in your home long enough that your last remodel is now long out of sight, you might find yourself contemplating a few home upgrades.
When you think of coastal designs that embody the classic, seaside aesthetic, you probably picture whitewashed walls, weathered wood furniture and flooring, tons of natural light, comfy, slip-covered seating, and nautical décor. You might imagine fishing nets and colorful floats, oars and anchors, and seashells galore. It’s not hard to spot this style, which brings in elements of the sun, sand, and surf.
A cottage-style kitchen can feel quaint, charming, and incredibly inviting. Features often include beadboard, painted cabinets, and a light, airy atmosphere that’s delightful and inviting.
Whether you’re ready to make an investment in your home or simply grown tired of your current kitchen design, you’ll find that upgrading your countertop surfaces isn’t as easy as picking a sample and calling it a day. There’s a bit more to choosing the perfect options and features to meet your needs and design preferences.