Category Archives: Money Saving

Great Design Bang For The Buck – Completed!

The second blog post I did back in November 2010 <Great Design “Bang for the Buck”>, described a custom kitchen design that kept an eye on the budget.  The client called me back almost a year after I did the design … Continue reading

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Contemporary Bath Remodel In A Traditional Home, Wayne, PA

Straight lines and a contemporary color palette set this bath apart. Needless to say, Ginny was thrilled to lose the blue tile.   This sink combines the look of a raised vessel and cost savings of a drop-in sink that … Continue reading

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Kitchen Upgrade: What’s old is new and what’s new is old.

We built this home in 1988.  Recently the owners came to me wanting to upgrade the kitchen “without spending a fortune.” She did not love the cabinets, but they looked okay and were in good working order, “could we save … Continue reading

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Classic Finish: Chrome

Different finishes come in and out of fashion, chrome never goes out of style. Chrome is the one fixture finish that is timeless, works in both contemporary and traditional interiors, is easy to maintain, and there is never a difference … Continue reading

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Great Design “Bang for the Buck”

When budgets are tight the key to a successful design is to wow with a few key elements while using more economical items as the backbone of the project. This client in Wayne, PA wanted to update a 1980’s kitchen … Continue reading

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