Look At Me: 4 Easy Focal Points for Your Kitchen

Look At Me: 4 Easy Focal Points for Your Kitchen

It’s a question I ask early in the selection process: what do you want people to notice first when they walk into your kitchen? There is really no wrong answer, just a matter of personal preference. I’ve used backsplash material to concentrate a person’s gaze, counters, pieces of art, even nothing at all. Here are […]

Clean and Contemporary on the Braden River

Clean and Contemporary on the Braden River

Cramped, separate, and traditional are not three words these Bradenton homeowners wanted to use to describe their kitchen. Unfortunately, those are the first words that came to mind when someone walked into the room. That’s why they called us. What good is a river view if you can’t enjoy it? Opening up the kitchen created […]

Transitional Warmth for the Kitchen and Bath

Transitional Warmth for the Kitchen and Bath

When this client purchased her Perico Island condo, she knew it needed some work. Not only was the 1980’s look well passed time for an update, the new owner wanted a design to fit her lifestyle, and had a desire to impart a unique personality to her new home. The dropped, domed ceiling was eliminated […]

Kitchen Remodeling Tips When Selling Your Home Soon

Kitchen Remodeling Tips When Selling Your Home Soon

It’s a question I get asked all the time, “How much should I worry about resale value while I’m remodeling my kitchen?” The truth is, there isn’t a single right answer for everyone. How long do you plan to live there? How extensive are your remodeling plans? Are your lifestyle needs different than the average […]

Unique and Bold: An Updated Twist on a Mid-Century Look

Unique and Bold: An Updated Twist on a Mid-Century Look

Buying a riverfront condo in Palmetto gave a recent client the perfect excuse to revive a style she had long admired – and she had definite ideas for the final look. Before she even found me, she had purchased a suite of appliances that look as if they were plucked right out of June Cleaver’s […]

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The Kitchen Remodeling Survival Guide

The Kitchen Remodeling Survival Guide

With attentive preparation, your new kitchen can feel like a luxurious vacation spot everyday. But even the finest destinations can be fraught with travel complications before you get there. Follow these tips, and you’ll feel like a seasoned traveler flying first class – not sitting in coach with a screaming child next to you, waiting […]

Taken to the Cleaners: When Remodeling Goes Bad

Taken to the Cleaners: When Remodeling Goes Bad

It happened again this afternoon. A homeowner came into the design studio, looking at cabinets. As we chatted, I found out that the reason she’s looking is because the outfit to whom she’d already given a deposit is not returning her phone calls. They are past their installation date, and she’s come to the realization […]

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We went to the showroom on Fri. – Tuesday Scott was here at our home to measure and offer suggestions. By Thursday, our plans were delivered – 1 minor change – signed the contract – six weeks later, the kitchen was installed. Great work – we’re happy.

- H. Osborne - Piney Point