If you're in the process of planning a kitchen remodel, the question of islands is sure to come up. First introduced in the late 60s and early 70s, kitchen islands have been a mainstay of kitchen design for three reasons: By providing additional workspace, kitchen islands make it easier for … [Read more...] about Do Islands Still Make Sense? A Guide to Hopkinton Kitchen Renovations
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If you're in Hopkinton and you're thinking about renovating your kitchen, the odds are pretty good you've heard the five year rule. The five year rule is to help homeowners design how to make choices when they're upgrading the kitchen. If you're planning to sell your home in five years or less, … [Read more...] about How To Make Kitchen Design Choices You’ll Love Six Years From Now
Kitchen design trends come and go. As kitchen renovation specialists, we're often asked our opinion on a particular look, and whether or not we believe it has staying power. It's easy to give a flippant answer to this question - after all, everything old will eventually be new again; just a few … [Read more...] about Will You Regret Your All-White Kitchen?
What differentiates a true luxury kitchen from a perfectly nice yet ordinary one? Look for the color blue - or any other vibrant shade. That's according to this trend report from the Washington Post, which talks about how homeowners are absolutely over the white-on-white or all-neutral kitchen color … [Read more...] about Less Clutter, More Color: Smart Kitchen Design for Hopkinton Homes
Forbes magazine recently ran an article entitled How (And Why) to KonMari Your Kitchen that made the point that the kitchen should spark joy, and that it's difficult to have joy in a space that's poorly designed and full of clutter. Kitchen organization is dependent on good design. If you're trying … [Read more...] about The Hopkinton Home: KonMari for the Kitchen?