Kitchens have become the go-to entertaining space, is your kitchen ready for the party?
2021 saw home renovations skyrocket, and 2022 doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Here are some of the top trends we’re seeing for the New Year.
With working from home here to stay, many homeowners are opting to include multi-functional spaces when renovating.
For those whose kitchen is the hub of their home, having easy-to-maintain appliances, countertops, and cabinetry is crucial for a functional space.
Our team has seen (and fixed) hundreds of faulty kitchens over the years. We’ve put together the top five kitchen remodeling mistakes we’ve seen, so you can avoid them.
This was such an amazing project to work on from start to finish. The client (Jill) came ready with energy, ideas and two really big dogs to help with the process. We worked with local Contractor Matt Bezan to do all of the heavy lifting and he did an amazing job as usual. Jill and
Q&A with Designer & Homeowner When Todd and Jill decided to move from Burlington to Carlisle, they knew who they’d call to help with the design of their new kitchen. Trish from The Wright Kitchen! A few years ago, these adventurous homeowners renovated their Burlington home and The Wright Kitchen was one of the options,
If you have leafed through a magazine lately, you have probably taken a moment to check out the trendy, minimalist kitchens that grace those glossy pages. Whether wood, granite, or cement, minimalist kitchens are defined by sleek horizontal and vertical lines, functional and unobtrusive appliances, frameless cabinetry and the occasional pop of trendy colour.
1.Set your budget and know what you are getting in to. Like most renovations, kitchens can get out of hand if you don’t do your homework up front. Make sure you have a solid understanding of costs related to the tear out and removal of your existing kitchen, plumbing, electrical, drywall, painting, flooring, lighting, appliances,
One of the biggest renovation trends in the Oakville, Burlington, Ancaster and greater Hamilton market is the "main floor reno". Real estate prices are high, interest rates are low, moving is expensive and you love your location. Problem is, your house and kitchen are outdated and you have rooms you don't use. Ah the centre