Interior Design Archives - Flagstaff Design Center

Home Improvement and Real Estate

Forest Highlands Real Estate and the Flagstaff Design Center worked together to propose a kitchen design that would help get one of their beautiful cabins off of the market. Cabinets by Sunray’s Designer Rebekah Nordstrom developed a functional and efficient cabinet layout.  Before, the kitchen was separated from the main living space and had an..

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Bringing the Outdoors In

On June 16th, 2014, posted in: Flooring, ideas, Latest News, Tips, Uncategorized by 0 Comment

Have you ever felt a change in your mood while being kept inside all day without any views to the outside world? Well don’t think you are crazy because its a natural human instinct!  When we interact with the natural environment it allows us to feel the sense of relaxation and refreshes our mood. Nature..

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Beautiful Contemporary Home, Flagstaff

Admittedly, contemporary design is not abundant in Flagstaff, a town where quaintness and rusticity can be found around almost every corner. Therefore, it can be refreshing to see minimal lines, clean light, and soft colors in residential design. It stands in contrast to the surrounding wild landscape and the charm of typical Flagstaff decor. Please..

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Recent Kitchen Remodels

It’s been a busy summer at the Flagstaff Design Center. Check out these recent kitchen remodels: one, a rustic cabin home in Parks, the other, a home in Sedona.       This cabin home saw an update with new Golden Crystal Granite finished with a chiseled edge, and the addition of a Blanco composite..

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Before & After: A Kitchen Story

Are you considering a remodel or looking for some inspirational images for a future project? Either way, check out one of our recent kitchen designs for tips and tricks! The Existing Design Problems: Our client desired an updated kitchen with granite counter-tops for aesthetic and functional reasons (no grout lines to clean!), and updated storage..

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The Little Island That Could

On August 1st, 2013, posted in: beautiful, Granite, Kitchen Remodel, Latest News, Projects, rustic by 0 Comment

Once upon a time, about five years ago to be specific, Stone Creations created countertops for a  residential kitchen in one of Flagstaff’s local golf communities. It involved Espirito Santo granite from Arizona Tile, which spanned along the perimeter cabinets of the kitchen. On the center island, butcher block was placed to create a designated..

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Copper in the Kitchen

On July 24th, 2013, posted in: beautiful, ideas, Kitchen Remodel, Projects, rustic, Tips by 0 Comment

Are you looking for a way to accent your kitchen in a truly beautiful and unique way? Why don’t you consider adding copper! Copper sinks and range hoods are becoming an ideal piece of functional, yet beautiful artwork in all styles of a kitchen space. There are some other benefits to using copper in your..

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Types of Tops for Your Counter Top!

So you want to get new counter tops, but you’re confused as to what kind will be best for you. There are four main options to chose from and which of those that will work best for you all depend on your preferences of durability, aesthetics, and place of use.   Laminate Unfortunately, laminate counter..

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A Stone’s Throw Away from the Counter Top

It’s becoming common to use one of Earth’s beautiful, natural stones as a durable material to use as countertops in kitchens, bathrooms, on tables, and for commercial desks. There is a wide variety of looks, colors, patterns, and types of stone to choose from, depending on the budget, desired aesthetics, and required durability needed from..

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Engineered Hardwood

On June 27th, 2013, posted in: beautiful, budget, Contemporary, ideas, Latest News, Tips by 0 Comment

Hardwood is a popular choice for home flooring, but there are many choices when it comes to choosing what is right for your home and lifestyle. There are two types of hardwood: engineered and solid. The main difference between the two is in their construction. Solid hardwood planks are made entirely from one piece of..

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