Green design is a science, not an art. Some principles apply across the board, but many measures will depend on your home’s age, construction techniques used, building codes, local climate (temperature and humidity) and the land on which your home sits. If you’re going to get serious about green, you’ll want to do a lot of research and eventually some testing. To help you along, we’ve provided this list of recommended resources. Read More
You may have been thinking about maybe giving your beautiful home a new lighting makeover to bring out the elegant qualities that you would love to show off to family and friends. So, whether you want to just make a minor adjustment or a whole-house upgrade, we will give you some great room-by-room tips on bringing out the best lighting in your home.
Style is very easy to recognize with your eyes – it’s easy to tell a modern kitchen design from a rustic one – but often harder to decide what style o=is best for you. After all, you will be equally drawn to chrome as you are to aged wood. Here are 5 of the top kitchen styles, and a few tips on how to decide which is right one for you.
The DOs and DON’Ts of Home Remodeling
When you are finally ready to do “something” with your home the question is not WHAT but WHERE. Taking on a remodeling job can be nerve racking, time consuming and costly with the potential to not increase your home’s value unless you are smart about the remodel. First you need to decide which room to remodel first once that decision is made you need to choose a plan that will not only give you the updated look you want but also add value to your home. Photo Credit: adamcowherdconstruction.com Read More
When people think of green, some may think the color green, and some may think Earth. Some people just don’t know that when you “Go Green, you will be saving money on bills by cutting back on water, electricity, energy, and even building materials. Another phrase to use besides “Go Green,” is “Eco-friendly,” Read More
A faucet is a device for delivering water from a plumbing system. It can consist of the following components: spout, handle(s), lift rod, cartridge, aerator, mixing chamber, and water inlets. When the handle is turned on, the valve opens and controls the water flow adjustment under any water or temperature condition. The faucet body is usually made of brass, though die-cast zinc and chrome-plated plastic are also used. Read More
We have all been there….prepping dinner, cutting up the chicken and we realize we need to grab something else. With chicken juice all over our hands we grab the faucet and turn it on…defeat, we have now spread chicken juice and germs everywhere. There is however a quick and luxurious fix to this problem; hands free faucets. Plumbtile.com carries many brands and options to elevate this problem and add style to the function of your kitchen or bathroom. Read More
Newport Brass was designed and manufactured in Newport Beach, California. They are American made and fit any design such as contemporary, traditional, and transitional style faucets. They have over 40 different selections of finishes to choose from. Newport Brass offers a flawless design and top-quality bath and kitchen products designed to complement your lifestyle. They range from Art Deco to Victorian, Neo Classic to Contemporary, Newport Brass offers a wide selection of beautiful designs. Read More
Kitchens are the hub of the home, so we need to make it inviting. When you are remodeling your home, make sure the kitchen is first on the list. If you are remodeling to sell the kitchen and the bath are what sells a home and increases the value. There are so many ways to make your kitchen into a sophisticated, modern timeless beauty. Read More
Plumbtile carries bathroom sinks, basins and bowls from many of the best-known brand names. Plumbtiles showroom stocks the largest numbers of sinks and basin collections from bath manufacturers including: Bates, Elite Bath, Hastings, Jado, Kohler, Stone Forest, and more. Read More