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Dura Supreme Cabinetry Blog
The kitchen is finally finished!
While varying shades of gray are the neutral of choice for many, others tend to find that the color gray can look cold and depressing. What do you do when you want to warm things up and still make a style statement? Take a look at Knotty Alder, Cashew/Coffee. This wood/stain/glaze combination falls into the taupe family, a grayish brown neutral.
The storage solutions you select for your new kitchen will make the difference between a kitchen that works, and a kitchen that works hard for you every day. After you have spent time creating the overall layout, design and color scheme for your new kitchen, the next important step is to carefully consider the storage f
Experienced kitchen designer, Kristen Peck with Knight Construction Design of Chanhassen, MN, knew this would be a challenging and rewarding project as soon as she spoke with the homeowners. With five children, their remodeled kitchen would need to comfortably accommodate their entire family. Entertaining friends and family is important to them,
When the Squires started working with kitchen designer, Dondi Szombatfalvy, CKD (of Bella Domicile in Madison, WI), they expressed a desire for their home to reflect a blend of traditional styling with rustic influences. Entertaining and family meals within the kitchen were important, so ideally the kitchen would incorporate a large bar area so that family and guests could eat and interact wit
“The homeowner wanted a contemporary kitchen but her home had a very traditional design,” explained Elizabeth Ericksen, part of the talented design team at Ispiri, a design, build and remodel firm in Woodbury, MN (www.ispiri.com). “In order to blend the kitchen with her home, we chose a more transitional design approach to her kitchen and she loves it!”
Breckenridge is often thought of as the rustic shaker, southwest, cabin, or lodge style door. We often see it in Knotty Alder which really defines that style.
I admit I do watch a lot of HGTV (and the Food Network for that matter). It’s not all high quality programming, but some of it does have some value, sparks some creativity, or even a few “you can’t be serious” moments. There are other channels that also offer the same type of decorating shows, as my husband calls all of them, TLC, DIY, Bravo and even ABC with its Extreme Home Makeover series