Kitchen & Bath Design News
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While the kitchen and bath market remains fundamentally healthy, 2008 is expected to remain essentially flat before a palpable housing recovery begins late this year, industry analysts predict.
While Universal Design and aging-in-place are nothing new to kitchen and bath designers, they have yet to become part of the average consumer’s vocabulary.
One study found that buyers were willing to pay 8.1% more to a seller with a good reputation than to a seller without one, for identical merchandise.
The housing market is in the midst of an inevitable, healthy correction, not a collapse.
A kitchen and bath dealership finds that if you build it, they most certainly will come.
Kitchen and bath designers are branching out into other areas of the home to expand profitability, and reaping rewards from the growing interest in wine tasting rooms.
Ventilation, heat, sound and light are often neglected when planning the outdoor kitchen, yet these are essential elements.
Green building has taken a firm hold on the residential construction industry and has captured the attention of both architects and their clients, according to a newly released survey conducted by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
“Speed” and “stealth” are two words not typically heard at meetings between designers and clients.
A previously dark and cramped kitchen is turned into the ultimate Beach Cottage getaway.
When carving a new path, the pioneering spirit rests with those who take the first step and lead others in a new direction.
The desire for strong therapeutic benefits and stunning aesthetic appeal creates a demand for heat therapy products that are easy to use and maintain.
The way to minimize potential problems is to measure carefully and accurately – measure twice, cut once.
With skilled workers in such short supply, you should do everything possible to get new employees off to a good start.
When it comes to improving your sales skills, practice is an essential part of the process.