Partial overlay doors sit on top of the cabinet face frame, leaving a section of the frame visible. The portions of the frame that are visible are referred to as reveals. This door style exposes much more of the face frame than the alternative full overlay.
About Suzy Foster
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Suzy Foster contributed a whooping 34 entries.
While we understand that remodeling is likely not your profession, thinking through your intended scope of work, prior to meeting with us, will help you to not feel overwhelmed. Having a realistic scope of work in mind will also help you when determining your budget.
When starting a renovation, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the number of decisions you are asked to make. Those decisions can be particularly challenging if you do not have a clear understanding of the products you are choosing from.
Trends, whether timeless or fleeting, are able to elevate your kitchen remodel from the ordinary to the extraordinary. The trick with trends is in deciding which ones you are willing to invest in.
A well thought out kitchen design can make all the difference in everyday living. Streamlining meal preparation and keeping items organized gives you time to focus on what’s truly important to you.
Remodeling is an awesome opportunity to turn your house into the home you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re dreaming about remodeling your whole home or just a kitchen, you’re going to have to make many decisions to get the space you love.
Over time, our home has a tendency to get cluttered. The spice rack is overflowing, the plates are pushing their way out of the cabinet and cups fall to the floor, you can’t find the right lid to anything!
Picking the right general contractor for your remodeling project is critical to getting the remodel you deserve.
The most recent data indicates that a kitchen remodel in the southern states of the US can provide up to a 65% return on your investment.
An intelligently designed in-law suite creates independent spaces for families who live together. According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2014 19% of the U.S. population lived in multi-generational homes.