Have a small kitchen and feeling a bit cramped on space? Finding it hard to keep things around your sink organized? One solution is to upgrade your kitchen sink! Check out these kitchen sink solutions in the video below:
What are your options to upgrade your kitchen sink for better organization? Today, we’re talking about creative kitchen workplace solutions.
Upgrade Your Sink
You can go with a regular sink—or go with a sink that can be endlessly configured to give you different options! The sink in the video above is from the Kohler Trinsic line, and it comes with a whole host of options:
Integrated Cutting Board
An integrated cutting board gives you that extra counter space that is sometimes so necessary.
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Looking for great kitchen cabinet organization solutions? I’ll demonstrate the cabinet pull-outs that we built into this recent kitchen renovation. It really makes the space more efficient and functional:
Today we’re talking about kitchen and cabinet storage solutions. These kitchen cabinet pull-outs offer some great storage solution options, improving efficiency within a smaller kitchen—or even a large one!
Above-the-Fridge Cabinet Pull-Out
That space above the fridge can be a challenge to get into. An above-the-fridge cabinet with a pull-out can make access to this storage space much easier. Adding that pull-out element adds more space to access the items and to retrieve them.
Wondering how to use that space around your fireplace to create a beautiful focal point? Here’s a unique design to inspire you:
How should you use that space around your fireplace? If you want to make this wall a focal point of your living room, there are several options. Traditional options include bookcases and cabinetry. Non-traditional options include floating shelves like in this recent renovation we just completed. Let’s explore the options:
Traditional Option 1: Bookcases
Bookcases are a great option if you have a collection of books or other objects you’d like to display on either side of the fireplace.
In this renovation, we decided to be creative with the lighting around the fireplace. The puck lighting in the asymmetrical floating shelves elevates the look of the whole room:
Today we’re talking about creative ways to use lighting in your renovation, and how to achieve a look like this renovation we recently completed. In this stunning design, we have a fireplace area with puck lighting integrated into these floating shelves on either side. And what a difference it makes with both the appearance, but also the function of the area! Here are some things to consider when adding lighting to your fireplace area.
How do you finish your fireplace so it looks up-to-date and elegant? You will want to consider finishing options for your fireplace, since it’s such a major feature in your room! Here is some inspiration:
If you’re renovating your home, you probably want to update your fireplace as well—or maybe you just added a new fireplace to your home and you’re wondering how to finish it so it becomes the focal point you’ve been dreaming about. Well, we have some tips for you.
Choose a Classic Finish
Classic finishing options for fireplaces include tile, ledger stone, or even just an accent colour in paint.
Renovating your kitchen and main floor is a major project, but it gives your whole home a new look. It can also improve the flow in your home. Check out this renovation we recently completed, and see how the new fireplace, open concept and expanded kitchen work together to create a great space:
Here are three inspirational ideas from this kitchen main floor renovation we just wrapped up:
Update Your Fireplace
A major feature of this main floor was the fireplace, but the previous fireplace was a large, multi-tiered unit that was kind of dated.
Ready to renovate to create a multi-use basement? Check out this multi-use basement renovation reveal for inspiration! We created an open concept space with plenty of room for lounging, watching TV, exercising and more. Plus, it looks great too!
Here are three inspiring features from this open concept basement renovation we just wrapped up.
Open Up Your Basement Space
This basement was previously developed, but it was much more closed-in, which meant much less usable space. It was divided by a wall, and some of it was undeveloped. So in this renovation, we developed the whole basement to create one big open-concept space.
Looking to create a luxurious en suite bathroom? Check out this en suite bathroom for some inspiration.
If you have an en suite bathroom that you want to transform into an oasis of luxury, we have some inspiration for you. In this en suite bathroom renovation we just wrapped up, we have beautiful double vanity, a stand-out shower, free-standing bathtub, and gorgeous large format tile. Here’s what you need to know about these features:
Build a Beautiful Double Vanity
This bathroom previously had a double vanity, but we’ve reconfigured the vanity for even more versatility and storage.
Stair Finishing Options
Looking to class up your stairs? Here’s a neat solution if you want carpet on your stairs but you still want to tie it in with your hardwood floors.
Let me show you some cool ways to class up your stairs.
Incorporate Hardwood and Carpet
In this recently completed renovation, the client wanted carpet on the treads of the stairs themselves, just for safety and comfort. The way to tie this into your basement hard surface is to do the risers in the matching product of your basement floor.