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Cork is an amazing natural material that is 100% reusable and recyclable.
Surprise Contender: Copper for Kitchen Countertops Unexpected and full of character, copper is getting buffed for its growing appearance on the countertop scene Lisa Frederick f you’re in the market for a kitchen makeover, you’ve probably spent hours debatingcountertop choices. Granite or marble? Laminate or quartz? Soapstone or stainless steel? Just to add to
It’s June. The sun is shining, the birds are singing. You are lounging in your back yard with a cool drink and the delicious aroma of grilling meat carried on the breeze in your direction from the neighbour. Yes, it is officially BBQ season. This year, why not get inspired to try something new? Maybe a
Recycled glass products can make a bold design statement, create individuality and helping the environment.
Cork is one of the most amazing gifts from nature. Before we can fully appreciate this material we need to understand what cork is, and what makes it special. A cork tree lasts for over 200 years. In the cork tree’s life time the outer bark of the tree is harvested every 9 years. The
Custom kitchen designs for indoor and outdoor kitchens in Cambridge Ontario.
Soapstone is a very unique counter top material with its silky smooth texture and its natural honed finish. Like granite, soapstone is a quarried stone. The majority of our architectural soapstone is quarried in Brazil. Soapstone is a non-porous stone making it completely resistant to stains and bacteria. It is inert and will therefore withstand extreme temperature
Bringing the outdoors in with soft and warm colors will create natural style. Using light wood tones, beiges, tans and creams.
One of the basic design rules is to include a little black in every room to help ground the space.