From blah to spa! A master bath makeover with Siteline. How many of us get to say we have the bathroom of our dreams?
The renovated Flagg kitchen is a complete transformation from the original. The new, wide galley design provides the family with tons of counter space, and the convenience of base cabinets with big drawers, wall cabinets with lift-up doors and built-in cabinets around the refrigerator. It all works together to enhance the family’s experience.
Holiday entertaining made merry with dramatic wet bar design.
Authorized Siteline dealer, Lisa Tobias of Tobias Design, Hopewell, New Jersey created this mixed materials wet bar for a pair of empty nesters who are downsizing, but not downgrading their lifestyle.
Is it just us, or does it feel like this craze of “rustic meets urban” is everywhere? According to the latest Houzz trends, “Natural worn, rustic wood works beautifully with edgy industrial metal to create a home with depth. Picture a blackened steel pendant over a reclaimed wood dining table, or a steampunk-style clock hovering […]
Alder? That’s a wood? Yes, it is. And we think you’re going to love it.
Veneer choices are expressive, distinctive and refined. Are they in your future? According to Freshhome.com, the use of slab, wood veneer cabinet doors is a trend that adds warmth and depth to a modern kitchen.
What’s next for this mighty hardwood? Well, a couple of interesting trends are developing.
Who doesn’t love a little metal vibe? We sure do!
Metal doors are an awesome accent to your new kitchen. They add that “pop” of commercial inspiration, and create a bit of rock and roll in your new space.
OK, so TFL is unfamiliar to you. But is it, really? THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE or TFL is the term used for today’s vastly improved melamine. Think of TFL as today’s latest and greatest laptop vs yesterday’s melamine, which is like yee ole typewriter. Both get the job done – but one is much more technically advanced.
What do you think of when you hear the term Maple? A big leafy tree that turns its leaves to bright orange and deep red, perhaps? But did you know that Maple is known for its hardness and minimal grain pattern, making it an ideal choice for today’s more contemporary themes?