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Dress up your Room with Window Treatments

On January 26th, 2012, posted in: Tips by 0 Comment

Are you looking to add ambiance to your room? Do your windows let too much daylight in? Does your home need more privacy control? An easy way to reach a solution to all three of these problems in through window treatments. Not only do we install blinds, shades or shutters; we also specialize in custom..

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Mix & Match: Finishes, Styles, Colors

On January 20th, 2012, posted in: Tips by 0 Comment

A space tends to get either bland or over-whelming when there is too much of one element being used. Have fun with your room – mix and match your finishes, styles, shapes and colors. Design is all about blending unity and variety. Add interest to a back splash by mixing materials; there are a lot..

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Vetrazzo: Recycled Glass Surfaces

On January 20th, 2012, posted in: Latest News by 0 Comment

“Vetrazzo begins with you. When you dispose of your glass bottles into your curbside recycling bin, it ends up at a facility where it is processed by color and glass type. Once sorted, it’s crushed and packaged for companies like Vetrazzo to purchase for reuse. We look for interesting colors and also source from post-industrial..

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Which Style of Cabinetry fits you?

On January 14th, 2012, posted in: Tips by 0 Comment

Kitchens are always a big part of someone’s home. It is a space where we gather to eat, cook, talk and even play. You want your kitchen to reflect your family’s personality and bring your character to life. A great place to add personality to a kitchen is in the cabinetry. Cabinets are one of..

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Flooring for Your Dreamy Bedroom

On January 12th, 2012, posted in: Tips by 0 Comment

You’ve made your house a home, and now it’s time to make your bedroom an oasis. Your master bedroom should be your escape; a place where you can let loose and relax at the end of a long day. This can easily be achieved by warming up the walls with paint, bringing in cozy furniture,..

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The Most Energy Efficient Honeycomb Window Covering

On January 11th, 2012, posted in: Latest News by 0 Comment

Hunter-Douglas has designed a shade that is made of a honeycomb within a honeycomb, making it the most energy efficient honeycomb shade on the market. Architella has the revolutionary IllumiCell – which is a clear inner cell that offers superior light transmission with the same energy savings as a fabric inner cell. The IllumiCell provides..

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From the Quarry to your Kitchen

On January 11th, 2012, posted in: Latest News by 0 Comment

Ever wonder where the granite in your kitchen came from and how it looked before it was your counter-top? Check out these before and after images from the quarry to your kitchen! Gaya Quarry - Quartzite *Photo courtesy of stone supplier.

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Consider Quartz Counter-tops

On January 9th, 2012, posted in: quartz by 0 Comment

Thinking of updating your counter-tops for the New Year? Consider Caesarstone quartz! Many professional interior designers, architects, and design enthusiasts across the globe have used Caesarstone’s quartz surfaces to create truly unique environments. They used these collections for applications such as kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, backsplashes, wall cladding, furniture and flooring, and the results of their..

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Skyline Gliding Window Panels

On January 4th, 2012, posted in: Tips by 0 Comment

This window panel system can be used for large or small window expanses, as well as a stylish room divider. The Skyline series is on the contemporary side of design, but can be easily blended into any home with its variety of colors. The shades are easy to maneuver with its simple gliding operating system that..

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Countertop Edges

On December 21st, 2011, posted in: Granite, quartz by 0 Comment

After selecting your granite slab, the next step is deciding which edge you would like your countertop to have. This will reflect your personal style and theme through your home. Granite slabs are cut at 3/4″ thick, and we use lamination to build your edge up to a 1 1/2″ thickness to acheive a richer..

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