3 Foolproof Wallpaper Ideas for a Bold Bathroom

Houzz is an excellent source of information and ideas. We wanted to share some recent articles with you. “It’s common knowledge that powder rooms are great places to get a little wild with your decor. And a quick and painless way to achieve that is through a bold wallpaper. But with the nearly infinite options out there, how do you choose something that will work with your style? Let these three styles of wallpaper guide your selection.” Read the full article...

Guiding Clients To The Right Hardware For Their Kitchen

  The head-spinning number of decisions needed to model the kitchen makes it the most complex room in the home to design. In “The Kitchen Island“ post, we pose a number of questions to consider before designing what’s often the ‘heart’ of the kitchen. The same goes for choosing hardware. Some may like the look of doors and drawers with no hardware - and think they’re saving money. But over time, especially in active kitchens, oil and dirt from hands can eat away the finish (even when home owners are fastidious about washing their hands!). Narrow down the possibilities by learning how the kitchen will function. When cooking’s a passion, easy-to-grasp hardware that doesn’t snag clothing works best.  This style also applies to older residents and anyone who experiences sore or stiff joints. Knob styles work well in kitchens mostly used as a place to gather or where cooking isn’t a priority. The choices range from minimal design to ‘bling’. Here’s where individual taste really makes a statement. For families with toddlers, drop down handles are a good choice as they’re harder for little ones to operate. Another consideration is how wide drawers are. Hardware that’s too small not only gets lost, but may be inadequate to open the drawer. The accepted rule of thumb is to use two knobs or pulls for drawers 18 inches or wider. The alternative is to use oversized bar pulls. Where To Start Living in a desert doesn’t limit choices to just Southwestern or Contemporary. Different kitchen styles help determine what type and size hardware complement the overall look. But this still leaves a...

A Kitchen Makeover

Remodeling your kitchen is a big decision. Cornerstone is always available to answer questions, help with the design and, of course, handle the installation. Here is an inspiring story! Reader Kitchen: A Kentucky Makeover for...

Why You Need Custom Cabinetry

Benefits Of Custom Cabinetry Custom cabinetry for your home represents the highest level of function and personal creativity.  Custom cabinetry gives you the freedom to plan your space to your specific needs and tastes. Design with exact specifications such as widths, heights and depths. Include specific details such as drawer locations. Define the use of your space for storage, appliances, sink locations and other specialized design solutions. Incorporate existing furniture pieces. Match your personal taste selecting door styles and woods, types of cabinetry -including face framed cabinetry or European frameless cabinetry – all the way to custom colored paints and finishes. Use of specialty moldings, carvings and options that incorporate the custom cabinetry into your unique living space. Custom cabinetry gives you the choice, optimal functionality, and the greatest range of design and storage flexibility. All brought together to enhance your living spaces.  At Cornerstone Cabinet Company, we can assist you with all of your cabinetry needs.  From custom cabinetry, semi-custom cabinetry or modular cabinetry,  let our expert designers help create the cabinetry your dreams are made...

Wood Warms These Kitchens

Houzz is an excellent source of information and ideas. We wanted to share some recent articles with you. “Wood brings warmth and texture to any space. That makes the material especially effective in kitchens, where shiny metal appliances and fixtures can have a chilly effect. Use a little here and there to balance white walls and cabinetry, or go full monty for a rustic cabin feel. Here are three kitchens that show a range of what wood can do.” Click here to read the full article from...