When LA home interior designs tend to gravitate toward a streamlined and modern look — curves, fewer furnitures, negative spaces — a cozy kitchen can be a nice, warm addition. In today’s post, your local kitchen remodeling expert The Kitchen Store shares some of the things that you can change to make your kitchen look warm and cozy.… Continue Reading
Kitchen designs allow a greater range of material selection compared to other rooms in the house. Even so, there are certain materials that may look good on paper, but are actually unsuitable for use in the kitchen. In today’s blog post, The Kitchen Store takes a look at the four materials that are not ideal for kitchen remodeling.… Continue Reading
With so many excellent custom kitchen remodeling services offering high-quality countertops, there is little reason, if any, to buy them from a big box store. Don’t get me wrong, big box stores are a great place to shop for a multitude of things, it just so happens that kitchen countertops aren’t one of them.
In today’s post, your trusted Kitchen Remodeler The Kitchen Store gives you a few reasons why it is always better to buy from a specialist rather than your neighborhood superstore.… Continue Reading
If you are in the market for a new countertop for your kitchen or bathroom remodel, you may find yourself torn between two of the most popular materials available in the market today: solid-surface countertops and quartz. Both are mid-range options that are quite similar to each other, delivering the same durable, easy-to-maintain, and heat-resistant qualities that most homeowners expect from a quality countertop.… Continue Reading
When you have a marble countertop in your kitchen, custom kitchen remodeling experts say that one of the common problems that you might have to face is etching, a chemical reaction that eats away at the marble which occurs when the counter comes into contact with acidic foods and drinks such as coffee, wine, soda, or alcohol. Whenever this happens, homeowners often have one question: can the countertop still be repaired? The short answer to this question is yes. Etched marble counters can be repaired.… Continue Reading