Changing Up Your Bathroom Cabinets & Kitchen Design

At some point for all homeowners, the excitement and newness of their home wears off. You could build a new home. Some people with tons of money to burn may select this route. Many homeowners will probably choose to stay in that aging home. There is an option in between: remodeling. After balancing our complaints, financial situation, and objectives on a scale, my family opted to remodel. It took a lot of work, but we love the results and with the bathroom remodels specialists we used.

Our kitchen area was in dire need of remodeling. We live in a humid climate. The moist air had wreaked havoc on our appliances, kitchen cabinets, and tile. It seriously looked like the 1980s had robbed the 1970s at gun point and lost half the loot on the way back home.

Each room would have its very own style, we decided. In the kitchen, we wanted granite countertops and marble floors. We chose quartz for the bathroom countertops. We also went with an a pine vanity with matching granite trim; the bathroom cabinets featured a similar style.

Remodeling the bathroom and kitchen took a few months. Our cabinets and countertops look amazing.