A budget-friendly kitchen remodel can be in your future, says architect Mark LePage, if you plan well, shop smart — and resist temptation.
The kitchen can be trickier to light than most other rooms because it’s both a workspace and a gathering place for family and friends.
Artists at heart, culinary pros leave room for daily inspiration in their home environment.
Given the expense and downright hassle of overhauling a kitchen, wouldn’t it be unfortunate (to put it mildly) if you didn’t love the result of your renovation?
Whether modern-banquette seating or a Victorian-style tea parlor, these spaces are changing the way homeowners across the country approach the most important meal of the day.
We looked at Zillow Digs’ usage across the country to round up some of the biggest home improvement trends. From fresh white cabinetry to detailed molding and antique hardware, traditional-style kitchens are popping up everywhere on Zillow Digs user boards.
Thinking about giving your dated kitchen a new appearance? Fortunately, there is a cost-effective alternative to replacing your cabinets completely — you can reface them.
Even if your culinary creations are more often inspired by Chef Boyardee than Chef Gordon Ramsey, incorporating some of these professional-style amenities will go a long way toward making your kitchen a place where culinary magic happens.
According to the American Institute of Architects quarterly survey, people are revisiting kitchen and bathroom renovations that were put on hold during the recession. We’ve rounded up some of the most popular kitchen and bathroom upgrades this year.
Stainless appliances first burst onto the scene in the late 1980s, and they’ve had a remarkable run. But there are those in the industry who sense “stainless fatigue” among homeowners.