Kitchen Remodels

HARDWOOD FLOORING

Nothing says livable luxury like breath-taking genuine hardwood flooring throughout your beautiful home. Not only are these attractive planks high on style and durable enough to handle the activity in your home, but they also improve your home’s resale value over time. When it comes to wood flooring, there are several different types to choose from in terms of species, construction, colors, and finishes.

As the name suggests, solid wood flooring is made of solid wood throughout its thickness, usually a hardwood species such as oak, maple, or walnut. Its significant advantage is that it can be sanded and refinished numerous times throughout its lifespan.

Solid wood flooring comes in long planks, usually made of hardwood species. It is milled with tongues and grooves on opposite edges so that the boards interlock when installed. It is always nailed to the subfloor, a process that requires some skill. Because it is solid wood, this flooring can be sanded down and refinished several times over its life. Solid hardwood flooring is all wood and is usually 5/8″ to 3/4″ thick. Because it’s solid wood, it can be sanded and refinished many times. However, it’s susceptible to changes in humidity and isn’t recommended for below-grade spaces.

Add warmth and timeless beauty to your kitchen with classic hardwood flooring, which comes in a variety of wood species, designs, and finishes.

Engineered wood flooring looks like solid hardwood, but its construction features a relatively thin layer of hardwood bonded over a premium-quality plywood layer that gives the flooring excellent stability. The best engineered wood flooring will have good flexibility and a durable plywood core with three to nine layers. You can count on a good-quality engineered wood floor typically lasting 25 to 30 years.

Floorboards tend to be wider with engineered hardwood flooring. Some pre-finished engineered hardwood flooring has slightly beveled edges, which creates slight grooves between boards, while solid hardwood flooring generally has very tight seams between boards. Engineered hardwood flooring is almost always sold pre-finished, and there is a narrower range of available colors and species than solid hardwood.

Engineered hardwood floors are usually “floating,” meaning they were snapped together over an existing floor with no adhesives or nails holding them down. Floating floors tend to have echoes or clicking sounds, making walking on the floor a noisier experience. Engineered hardwood doesn’t absorb sounds as well as its solid hardwood counterpart, but it has a resilient surface, which means it still absorbs a significant amount of weight and noise, especially if you spend extra for a high-quality acoustic underlay to be placed under the floor.

Laminate flooring is comprised of layers of synthetic material engineered to look like wood or stone. It quickly became a popular choice due to its durability and low price, garnering a reputation as an affordable alternative to the real thing. Today’s laminate has come a long way since it first hit the market, and its quality and appearance continue to improve, with more options than ever available now.

All laminate flooring has a core layer topped by an image layer, into which a digitally enhanced photo of a natural material is embedded to mimic everything from exotic hardwoods to concrete to natural stone. It comes in a variety of colors, lengths, and widths, and, these days, texture can even be embossed to give the flooring a more realistic feel.

Laminate flooring is a floating installation, meaning it isn’t fastened to the subfloor by glue, nails, or staples.

TILE FLOORING

An exquisite flooring option, tiles have the sophisticated beauty and durability that homeowners love. Tiles have been counted on for centuries by cultures across the globe to last as flooring, wall tiles, and other surfaces. Although tiles are susceptible to acidic substances and metal abrasion, they remain a surface to be counted on to look great for years, given that a cleaning and maintenance regimen is incorporated to make sure it retains its original look.

Ceramic tile is one of the top choices for kitchen and bathroom walls and floors. It’s impervious to moisture, stands up to stains, and won’t absorb bacteria or odors. It’s a great choice for spaces that get a lot of traffic. Ceramic tile comes in a wide range of colors and designs for a sleek, luxurious look. Tile sizes range from tiny mosaics to large formats and come in just about any shape imaginable. Choose from almost any installation pattern and incorporate trim pieces, borders, and inlays to accentuate decorative elements. Mix and match colors and sizes for visual interest, or repeat the same styles on the floor, countertop, or backsplash for a cohesive look.

Ceramic tile lasts for decades and stands up to the toughest wear you can dish out. It can withstand water and foot traffic.

Porcelain tiles are also very durable and long-lasting, creating beauty in your home (or even outside) for years to come. They’re also available in a large variety of colors, shapes, textures, and sizes, easily mimicking other materials while retaining easy-to-care-for properties.

Large-format squares and rectangles, planks, penny rounds, hexagons, mosaics, and chevrons—the selection of shapes is larger than ever. Browse through our wide variety and begin to imagine the possibilities of designing with tile.

When choosing tiles for a bathroom, consider how wet the room will get. Moisture-prone rooms require tiles that are impervious to water and safe to stand on with bare feet. Shiny, glazed tiles add glamour to walls and countertops, but they can be slippery when used as flooring. They might be best for a half bathroom that doesn’t have a shower or tub. Tiles with a matte or textured finish provide traction and are safer for wet feet.

Mosaic tile is a simple way to add visual interest to any wall, floor, or space. Whether creating an original pattern or a focal point in a room, mosaics are versatile for achieving any design goal. Mosaic tiles can change the way a room looks and feels. Infuse trendy chicness or designer elegance into any space with these versatile pieces.

These tiles can be made from stones like travertine, marble, pebbles, glass, metal, porcelain, and more.

From ceramic to glass and everything in between, mosaic tiles are a timeless design element ideal for any room. The endless combinations of colors, shapes, sizes, and materials make these visually stunning wall and floor tiles an irreplaceable feature.

Create a vibrant backsplash in your kitchen or a perfectly patterned shower floor with colorful mosaic tiles.

From refreshing greens and blues to an iconic black and white combination, our selection of mosaic wall and floor tiles features an array of shades to complement any space and design taste.

Natural stone flooring can add organic warmth and tranquility to any space. From slate and marble to limestone and granite, natural stone tiles add unique personality wherever they’re used. Since it’s not manufactured, it’s never perfectly uniform. But there is beauty in originality. Embrace the imperfections and enjoy owning a one-of-a-kind flooring surface.

Whether you’re using stone tile floors in the bathroom, kitchen, foyer, patio, or anywhere in the home, natural stone adds drama but also practicality. More durable than many artificial products on the market, natural stone tiles have a long life span and may require very little maintenance. Typically, once installed, finished, and sealed, upkeep is pretty easy.

Natural stone flooring is a durable and visually appealing option for just about any area of a home, but you should make sure to take these factors into account when deciding between granite or marble tiles for flooring. Marble provides an elegant look, but it requires more maintenance than granite, which also comes in many more styles and colors.

VINYL FLOORING

Vinyl flooring is a synthetic material favored for its durability and functionality. It has become an increasingly popular flooring material in recent years because of its ability to fight off moisture and its versatile appearance. Plus, it’s one of the most affordable flooring options. Vinyl flooring can realistically mimic wood, stone, marble, and a vast array of other luxury flooring materials.

Sheet vinyl is often used as an alternative to natural stone, ceramic tile, or even hardwood, especially in rooms like kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms that are more susceptible to moisture. The layered construction provides stability, cushioning, and a protective finish for durability.

It comes in a 12-foot-wide roll, which the flooring company will cut to size. Depending on the size of your room, you may just need a single roll, but regardless, this type of flooring leaves few (if any) seams.

There’s no shortage of color options for vinyl sheet floors. For looks inspired by natural materials like hardwood, stone, and slate, you’ll find shades of white, beige, red, orange, brown, green, blue, and gray. Alternative looks like geometric patterns and black-and-white checkerboard are also available.

Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring is strong, affordable, and beautiful. And perhaps best of all, it’s easy to install. It is scuff- and wear-resistant, which makes luxury vinyl flooring a great choice for busy households and high-traffic areas. And it’s waterproof, so you can give kitchens and bathrooms an elegant, natural look.

Luxury vinyl planks, or LVP, are built in layers, similar to hardwood laminate flooring planks, with a protective finish over multiple layers of pressed vinyl, sealed into a hardboard core, and finished with an underlayment backing. Cork or felt backing adds an extra cushion under every step, easing the impact as well as keeping the floor at a more consistent temperature than cold tile. These quieter, more sound-absorbent vinyl tiles and planks help reduce echo and noise in the home.

Vinyl Tile is a great type of flooring, it consists of individual squares of various sizes that, when assembled, give the appearance of stone tile. One of the benefits of having individual tiles is that they’re easier to replace when one is damaged. Vinyl tile flooring can also be used to arrange a pattern, which will further enhance the resemblance to ceramic tile and stone. With peel-and-stick installation, you can easily complete these transformations using vinyl tile. You can add grout to fill between the vinyl tiles to make your ceramic visual even more realistic.

Vinyl tile floors are a great solution for any room in the home, thanks to the durable PVC or waterproof core construction. It doesn’t matter if you have pets, or rambunctious kids, or both. Vinyl tile will easily hold up to regular wear and tear. If you want a little extra insurance, then waterproof vinyl tiles are your best bet. You can install them in kitchens and bathrooms for a low-maintenance solution.

Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring reflects the look of real hardwood, ceramic, and stone. Made with multiple layers of vinyl, LVT tiles have a printed design top that gives the appearance of the desired material.

LVT is available in various colors, patterns, and textures. It can be installed in various ways, including glue-down, loose-lay, and click-lock methods. It’s known for its durability, low maintenance, and water resistance, making this flooring popular for spaces that experience high traffic or constant moisture. Laying luxury vinyl flooring is a cost-effective way to achieve the look of natural floors.

LVT offers more durability than laminate flooring as it’s less likely to show signs of wear. LVT is also more water-resistant than laminate, which is made of a wood fiber core that easily softens and deforms over time.

COUNTERTOPS

Transform your kitchen, bathroom, or any room. Countertops and backsplashes are hardworking elements that cover large areas of the kitchen, bathroom, or other areas such as game rooms, outdoor spaces and more.

Granite is one of the hardest and strongest types of stone available, which makes it a great choice for a countertop. Granite is available in a wide color range and there are many size and finish options to choose from. Every slab of granite is slightly different in color and pattern, making each countertop unique, so the possibilities are virtually endless. Granite is a natural stone that is quarried, cut into slabs, polished, and fabricated into countertops for many possibilities such as kitchens, baths, showers, outdoor kitchens, restaurant ovens, ice cream palors, outside of buildings, tombstones.

  • Granite countertops are resistant to staining by most foods, coffee, tea, wine, fruits and vegetables or spices if the countertops are properly sealed.
  • Granite countertops can stand up to the most difficult situations and uses, easily handling hot pots and pans or sharp knives.
  • Granite requires little maintenance, although there are different opinions regarding its care.
  • Granite countertops are fabricated from Natural stone and come in many unique colors and patterns throughout.

Quartz kitchen countertops have certain qualities that make them special, even among other stone countertops like granite. You can find quartz kitchen countertops in many colors—from bright whites to cool grays, warm creams, and rich browns and blacks. Some quartz has veining that makes it look like marble. And some options contain mirror chips that reflect light and appear to make the countertops sparkle.

People might think of quartz in terms of kitchen or bathroom counters. But quartz is also slabbed out in massive sizes for floors, especially in commercial structures like shopping malls. No doubt you have walked on quartz countertop material and not even known it.

Quartz has come full circle because the very first material that inventor Marcello Toncelli developed was hand-poured mini slabs of about 12 by 20 inches, cut down and used for floor tiles. Countertop applications did not come until years later. Indeed, even in the mid-1970s, slabs only measured about 50 inches long—hardly a size one could call countertop-worthy.

Formica laminate is an affordable way to reinvent your kitchen countertop. With over 200 colors and styles to choose from, there is a Formica option for every visual palette. Their designers stay on top of the industry trends and regularly add stylish new options to the collection.

Today’s Formica® Brand kitchen countertops are technically advanced, stylish, and made to last. From rustic to luxurious, Formica laminate countertops offer a broader range of choices than ever before. It has never been easier to transform your kitchen with modern laminates that are as beautiful as they are durable, all at an affordable price.

Feeling creative? You can even mix and match solids, graphic patterns and finishes to achieve the look you want for any design challenge or budget. 

Marble is one of the most popular natural stone options when it comes to bathroom and kitchen countertops. Its versatile but undeniable beauty endows any space with a sense of grandeur and elegance while allowing it to blend in with any home decor. It is available in numerous textures, colours, designs and patterns.

Marble can typically last up to 5x longer than other commercially available natural stones before needing to be replaced. You don’t need to worry about chips, scratches or cuts of any kind as it can handle countertop traffic well. This saves you money in the long run as you won’t have to replace or repair your marble countertop anytime soon.

Leaving hot pans and pots directly on kitchen marble countertops isn’t recommended, but marble does have heat-resistant properties. That said, it’s best to use trivets and hot pads to prevent the finish from getting damaged.

A home with a marble countertop can expect a higher resale value compared to one with an ordinary stone or concrete countertop.

BACKSPLASHES

Your kitchen and bathroom backsplash is a personality piece. Refined or funky, neutral or loud: What’s your style? The tiles you choose to spruce up the wall space between the countertop and cabinets and above the range, should showcase the color scheme and theme of your kitchen, whether contemporary or traditional. Ultimately, that backsplash is a focal point. And it’s an opportunity to be creative.

Very popular for various uses in both homes and commercial areas, ceramic tiles are one of the most frequently used tiles ceramic tiles ever.  They come as glazed or unglazed, in a wide assortment of colors and styles, suited for many kitchen and bathroom designs. With many outstanding qualities and characteristics and various uses, ceramic tiles will protect and beautify any home, residential building, or commercial and office space.

Being highly resistant to water and spills, ceramic tiles are frequently and highly effectively used in areas where water is used on an everyday basis, like kitchens and bathrooms. Kitchen and bathroom floors and walls benefit largely from ceramic tiles as they are superior at protecting these areas from water, humidity, moisture, and mold.

Porcelain tile features guarantee many advantages to those who decide to use it in their home or commercial space, whether on walls or on floors. Non-porous, highly resistant to both low and high temperatures as well as to flame and freeze, extremely durable, unyielding to ruptures and damages, various chemicals and acids, porcelain tile is one of the strongest and most substantial materials to use in any home, especially in those rooms that sustain a lot of activity during the day.

Just as they are tough and superior in resistance to flame, frost, and water, they are also very easy to clean and maintain. Easy maintenance and also its resistance to bacteria and mites are other important reasons why porcelain tile is vastly used and generally loved in numerous commercial and residential locations, for multiple uses, where hygiene is valued.

And last but certainly not least — aesthetics of the porcelain tile make it more than a suitable material for a number of uses in many different venues. Schools, museums, shopping and wellness centers, bathrooms and kitchens, hallways, industrial spaces, and commercial and business areas. Porcelain tile can remarkably mimic natural stone but is also manufactured in many other popular, trendy, and attractive designs. It can be found in many different styles and colors so that it can suit different needs and space requirements.

Mosaic tile allows you to step away from a typical square or rectangular format quickly and easily without the hassle of calculating every angle and seam and then cutting and applying each individual tile to form your pattern. 

With so many different types of mosaic tiles to choose from, you could replicate any design already out there and still make it original by using different types of tiles. So, let’s get into each type that you can choose from.

Mosaic tiles are ideal for walls as they are pretty invincible against heat from the kitchen or water from the shower or bath, and they don’t tend to peel or chip. If you want just a hint of mosaics, try using just a small amount as a feature border to break up plain tiles. Go a bit bolder with a backsplash or feature wall, or for a really indulgent room, go top-to-toe mosaics for a luxurious feel.

Glass tile is available in a huge variety of colors and styles, and some manufacturers even offer the choice of a smooth edge or a rustic cut to create different textural looks. The reflective nature of the tile also helps to unify disparate tones so that you can create a cohesive look even when using very different colors within the same space.

Glass tile is an excellent choice for small or dark spaces because it reflects light, making rooms look bigger and brighter. It can also help complement rooms with lots of natural light by spreading that light around.

Glass tile is resistant to most chemicals and to moisture, making it a natural choice for the kitchen or the bathroom. It is very easy to clean with simple soap and water.

Another advantage of glass tile is that it is considered an eco-friendly building material. If you like, you can find recycled glass tile to use in your project, or you can just enjoy peace of mind knowing that when you tire of your glass tile, it can easily be recycled into other products.

OTHER KITCHEN UPGRADES

Your kitchen and bathroom backsplash is a personality piece. Refined or funky, neutral or loud: What’s your style? The tiles you choose to spruce up the wall space between the countertop and cabinets and above the range, should showcase the color scheme and theme of your kitchen, whether contemporary or traditional. Ultimately, that backsplash is a focal point. And it’s an opportunity to be creative.

Sink size is a personal choice. If you know your way around a kitchen, and especially if you’ve worked with different-sized sinks over the years, you probably know what you like. But if you’re starting out, we’re here to help.

If you’re replacing an old sink but not the countertop, you need to make sure the cutout will accommodate the new sink. If the cabinet allows, you may be able to size up the sink by expanding the cutout. 

A number of sinks on the market are two to three inches deeper than the usual eight inches. Depending on the sink’s width and length, the extra depth can make it easier to wash oversize pots—which is especially useful for anyone cooking for a big family or a large numbers of guests. (Think of that roasting pan for the holiday turkey.) Another plus: If your sink is visible from the dining table, it’s easier to hide the dirty pots and dishes.

Having a well organized kitchen pantry space is one of the ways to manage the grocery budget better because you will stop buying things you already have.

Walk-in pantries are a home chef’s best friend. Pantries take the cake when it comes to sheer volume of shelving, drawers, and storage space. With multiple walls of floor-to-ceiling shelves that pantries have, they’re big enough to store dozens of containers, baskets, ingredients, cookbooks, snacks, pots, pans, medium to large cooking appliances and more.

In a pantry, it’s helpful to have a dedicated spot for beverages to eliminate taking shelf space in their main refrigerator that is why our homeowners favorite idea in the pantry upgrade is the glass front refrigerator. They also requested for deep “pull out drawer” containers. Wooden containers or baskets offer hidden shelf storage similar to drawers, where they store garbage bags and other household items. Wooden baskets also offer more vertical space because of the baskets contained sides. This will free up space in a small pantry on shelves for other items.

Upgrading your kitchen cabinets offers a significant opportunity to improve the functionality of your kitchen. Outdated cabinets with worn-out hinges and faulty mechanisms can make simple tasks frustrating and time-consuming. By investing in new cabinets with modern features, you can enhance your daily kitchen activities.

One of the key aspects of improved functionality is the incorporation of soft-close hinges. These hinges prevent doors from slamming shut, eliminating unnecessary noise and potential damage. This feature not only adds convenience but also prolongs the life of your cabinets. Additionally, pull-out shelves are another popular feature that enhances functionality. They provide easy access to items stored at the back of deep cabinets, making it more convenient to reach pots, pans, and kitchen appliances. With built-in organizers, you can have dedicated spaces for everything, from spices to cutting boards, ensuring a clutter-free and organized kitchen.

One of the primary reasons to add a kitchen island is to add more serving space. When you have company, you can use the island as an extension of your counter space. As a result, you can put out food and drinks without worrying about blocking traffic flow in your kitchen.

Having guests over is a great way to turn guests into long-term friends. However, throwing a party at home can sometimes get messy due to space constraints. Therefore, adding a serving space to home kitchens should make parties more seamless and impress your new friends.

A kitchen island can also be a focal point in the kitchen, providing a central gathering place for family and friends. The island can also be an ideal workspace with plenty of room for prep work, cooking, and cleanup. Having one at home can make cooking activities more accessible and more manageable.

In addition to the aesthetic benefits of a kitchen island, it also improves efficiency. A kitchen island is a great way to make the most of the space in your kitchen, allowing you to create a designated workspace and storage area, which can help you stay organized and be more productive.

A kitchen island is an excellent way to make the most of the space in your kitchen. It allows you to create a designated workspace and storage area, which can help you stay organized and be more productive. Cooking should be a breeze and not an inconvenience. Therefore, investing in a kitchen island should make doing chores easier and stress-free.

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