Should You Opt for Custom Kitchen Cabinetry?

A home’s kitchen is its very heart. You’re no doubt familiar with that sentiment. So what better way to treat such a space where family and friends gather than with custom cabinetry that’s built to your standards, not someone else’s?  High-end custom cabinets aren’t merely important for their quality, although that’s a definite plus. They help transform…

5 Kitchen Design Trends to Embrace in 2018

The holidays are over, and there’s a nice, long stretch before the busy warm months arrive. There’s no better time than now to transform your kitchen with some of the smartest design trends for 2018. Quartz countertops are rising to the top as the material to have. Warm woods are still popular, and storage is…

5 Different Ways to Use Dekton

Dekton: Material of the future, now! Dekton is the newest concept in surfacing, described as ultracompact because of the way it is produced and its ability to withstand high temperatures, strong impact and other harsh elements. So what is it exactly? Cosentino, a world leader in quartz surfacing, developed Dekton at the request of designers,…

Why Being Accredited Matters

What is the Marble Institute of America “MIA”? The MIA is the authoritative source for information on standards of natural stone workmanship and practice, and the suitable application of natural stone products. The MIA is also a leading source for guidance in ethical business practices within the stone industry as well as safety guidelines that…

2017 Color Trends

Trend: a general direction in which something is developing or changing. There are trends for everything; fashion, entertainment, and even home design. Color trends and the use of color can’t be ignored when it comes to the place we spend majority of our time, our home. Colors can dramatically enhance the emotion of a room,…

Rolling out dough on your countertop

Countertop Woes: Rolling Dough

Many people experience frustration when rolling out dough on countertops. I myself have been both alarmed and worried by the sticky mess left behind on my counters. Here are a few good tricks for getting a nice, flat dough without ruining your surfaces or causing a giant mess.