Baths

The Snowball Project, a Bathroom Remodel Story

It seems that anytime you tackle a remodeling project it leads to another project, which then rolls into another project and it goes on and on.  You paint the walls and the window treatments could use an update, new carpet in the hallway, now the bedrooms look a little dingy.  Replace the dishwasher and the other appliances really show their age.  I call it the snowball effect, you start with s

Aug 27, 2012
Author: Wendy Anderson
If You Can't Stand the Heat, Remodel the Bathroom

We decided that this summer we were going to put the remodeling projects on hold and enjoy the weather.  Who knew it was going to be so hot and humid day after day after day?  I don’t mind a little heat and humidity every once in a while but when it drags on for a month and you would rather be inside in the air conditioning, something is just not right.  It’s almost a summertime version of cabi

Aug 06, 2012
Author: Wendy Anderson
Dura Supreme Cabinets Used in Award-Winning Design

Yuko Matsumoto of Altera Design & Remodeling in Walnut Creek, California!  Yuko won the 2012 NKBA Design Competition with a beautiful bath design using Dura Supreme cabinetry in Bamboo veneer. Congratulations Yuko!

May 21, 2012
Author: Karen Wistrom
In 2012 Transitional style took over for the first time and Traditional stepped down from being the most popular design style. 2012 Kitchen & Bath Trend Report.

Every year The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) surveys their members of kitchen and bath designers across the United States and Canada.  Their responses provide insight into design trends that will take hold in the kitchen and bath market in 2012.  While broad trends won't be evident in every local market, the following are some overall trends for kitchens and baths.

Feb 13, 2012
Author: Anonymous (not verified)

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