Category: Kitchen Design

7 L-Shaped Outdoor Kitchen Design Ideas

An L-shaped kitchen is ideal for outdoor areas, including patio, deck, or pavilion spaces, as it provides convenient, functional flow for cooks without creating a barrier between cooking and lounge/entertaining space (as a U-shaped layout might). Here are just a few L-shaped outdoor kitchen designs that provide ideas for how to make the most of… Read More




How to Pair a Greige Kitchen with Luxe White Countertops

Bright white kitchens have been a popular choice for decades. It’s no surprise, considering the clean, inviting ambiance associated with this highly favored design choice. Of course, if you don’t accessorize with a bit of flair, your white kitchen can look somewhat flat and lacking in visual interest.


Multi-Level Kitchen Islands that Create Personality

Kitchen islands have become increasingly popular in kitchen design; adding a new workspace for food prep and central area for social gatherings, they also add a new dimension and another layer of design to your space. If you’re looking for ways to make a visually flat kitchen design more appealing, adding a dose of personality… Read More


Countertop Pairings for a Black and Gold Kitchen or Bath

 Interior design changes are always evolving; all-white kitchens and gray kitchens just had a moment with popular kitchen and bath design. Now, black and gold kitchen or bath design is on-trend. At one time, it was considered unthinkable to pair black finishes with gold hardware — gold went with white, while silver went with black…. Read More


White Granite Countertops that Look Like Marble

There’s nothing quite like stunning, white countertops to create a statement style in your kitchen or bathroom. Not only does white inherently make a space feel bright, airy, and clean, but it can also be used to create an atmosphere of tranquility or add a show stopping focal point, depending on what you pair it… Read More


Kitchen Island with Granite Countertop Design Guide

Granite not only offers a stunning addition to any kitchen space — thanks to dramatic patterns that add depth, dimension, and visual interest to every slab — but it’s also a homerun for functionality. Granite boasts a 6-7 rating on the MOH’s scale of mineral hardness, making it one of the hardest, most durable natural… Read More



What You Need to Know About the Matte Countertop Trend

Interior design styles are constantly evolving, which can make it difficult to get on board with temporary trends. However, when you remodel your kitchen, you can generally expect trending materials to hold up for several years or more, by which time you may be keen to upgrade anyway. Today’s trends could become so ingrained that they… Read More