Did you know it's illegal to dispose of paint in the trash or dumping it down the drain? If you're no longer going to need that excess paint, there are several solutions out in the market that will appropriately get rid of unwanted paint. It is a specific type of material that absorbs the paint, making sure that it won't be a hazard to the environment. It's pretty inexpensive as the prices start at five dollars!
Feng shui. We've all heard about it, although we're sometimes not sure how to properly pronounce it. In essence, it's a way to improve a living space, making it more cozy and inviting to everyone. Homeowners who have garnered the way of Feng Shui are amazed by the difference it made with just a few changes. However, if you're a bit skeptical and all this sounds too superstitious, don't rule it out just yet! You have nothing to lose if you try a couple of the following changes in your kitchen.
It’s December of 2012 and all the hype nowadays are about how the world is soon going to end. Well, whether you believe it or not, we can’t wait for the promising innovations lie ahead when it comes to kitchen appliances.
We’ve all heard about how each slab of granite is unique. Sure, to the untrained eye, the slabs may look similar. But from its design, its structure, and its colors – no slab is the same, just as how we, as individuals, are different. And so, to make your counter top present the unique design you have in mind, we suggest adding a shape to it. It sounds like a simple suggestion, but it’s more complicated than it seems. By doing so, you can add flare, add space, and overall enhance the feel to your kitchen.
Congratulations on your new granite countertop! It’s truly a treasure to behold in the house for years to come. However, for those who’ve had it for a while, it may have lost its pizzazz. Of course, this is a natural tendency: New things don’t stay new. When you look at it, if you still take the time to do so, you feel… eh nothing. Sure, it looks and feels new, but it just doesn’t excite you anymore. So what’s there to do? No need to get a new one. It’s all about playing up its surroundings so that everything is complimentary.
So you already have a granite countertop in your kitchen that you’re completely in love with. Maybe it makes you feel like you’re in a showroom kitchen in Ikea or in a cooking show set.
Switching to granite countertops is a decision one will never regret. It’s one of the best investments that will not just increase the value of your home, but the overall kitchen experience.
These days it’s all about going green. There are more fuel-efficient cars, energy-efficient lights, and other products that are made from renewable and sustainable resources. It’s not just a fad. It’s here to stay and it’s going to be our future.
Cambria Quartz Countertops are HOT! Not sure how else to start this article. If you are tired of your old formica, corian, or even granite countertops, then you really need to look at this man-made option of engineered stone material - and best of all? its manufactured in the United States of America, that's right, our own unique product conceived and made in the most beautiful country in the world!
Your kitchen is the most utilized room in your house, and therefore also the most important one. Central to most family interaction and consumption, the design of your kitchen should reflect your unique lifestyle.
What do you see when you look closely at your granite countertops sitting on top of your cabinets in your kitchen? Probably nothing significant at first glance, but its there. What you might ask? what's in my granite tops? Let me see if I can take you for a ride within natures masterpiece.
Nature has been working hard for the past 10 million years or so, and have been surprising us and giving us beautiful unimaginable stone designs from underneath the earth's crust. Explore your unique taste with natural stone.
Granite comes from volcanic rock. Previously, you’d find it only in 5-star hotels and palaces. Today, it’s a popular choice for kitchens everywhere.
These are just older news that we moved from our home page to our history database. Here you will find some news about granite countertops and other kitchen/bathroom remodeling design. If you have any questions about countertops or other engineered stone surfaces, please call (703) 651-1767