Elements of a Transitional Kitchen Style

This versatile style lets you blend old and new elements, personalize — feel free to get quirky! — and defy what’s faddish — all while retaining marketability.

Transitional style is coming into its own as a favorite kitchen design. In a recent survey by the National Kitchen and Bath Association, transitional design moved into the No. 1 spot for the first time, edging out the long-time champ, … [Continue reading]

What’s your kitchen style?

Cool or casual? Sleek or sedate? Your kitchen style not only says a lot about you, but sets the tone as family and friends gather around the hub of the home.

Here's a look at three popular kitchen styles: Contemporary The contemporary kitchen is uncluttered and unadorned. It appeals to people who like clean and sleek. Appliances are disguised as cabinets so the kitchen does not look "kitchen-y." … [Continue reading]

Styling Kitchen Countertops

Kitchen countertops might be one of the most dreaded spaces in a home to even try and make look nice. Between the gadgets and cords, stacks of mail that seem to pile up, and remnants of whatever meal was last eaten, this culinary stage seems to be in a constant struggle with itself to stay organized, clean, and uncluttered.

Kitchen countertops might be one of the most dreaded spaces in a home to even try and make look nice. Between the gadgets and cords, stacks of mail that seem to pile up, and remnants of whatever meal was last eaten, this culinary stage seems to be in … [Continue reading]

Kitchen remodeling decisions you will never regret

Afraid your kitchen remodeling choices will look so 2013-ish in a few years? Relax, we know how to make your kitchen timelessly gorgeous and functional.

We see lots of kitchen trends at HouseLogic, so we know it’s easy to get swept along with what’s in vogue, only to get bummed out by your faddish design choices a few years later. Thank you — and damn you — Pinterest. But chances are … [Continue reading]

Inspirational Kitchen Renovation Ideas

“The kitchen is still the hub and heart of the home,”  she says.  “It’s a place to nourish the body and the mind at the same time. Creating a great kitchen is about finding something that you really love rather than comparing yourself to everybody else and what they have. Don’t do something just because it’s fashionable – fashion doesn’t last.”

Once upon a time, a kitchen was simply the room in which food was prepared and cooked. Those days are long gone: these days the kitchen is arguably the hardest working room in a home. It’s a multi-functional gathering and entertaining space where … [Continue reading]