Stunning, art-inspired hardware, warm wood countertops and cutting boards, energy-saving LED lighting options and space-saving appliances top the list of designers’ favorite products for 2009.
The housing market, like the overall U.S. economy, continued to sputter in the fourth quarter as the pieces for a predicted recovery sometime in 2010 gradually fall into place.
Kitchen and bath firms should be tracking three key business indicators: leads, sales orders and income.
A manager’s goal – and challenge – is to create a truly motivated organization that inspires employees to do their very best every day.
When it comes to regional differences in design trends, clients’ desires and the people who meet them aren’t so different after all.
While everyone’s “dream design” is different, most kitchen and bath designers agree that it’s not just the products that make a design special.
If you want something done right, do it yourself. It’s an old adage that everyone has heard.
Inspiration for a great design can come from the most unlikely places.
2009 was a year in which we discovered what the kitchen/bath industry is all about.
Turnstyle Designs offers a range of decorative hardware with natural shell inlaid into door levers and cabinet handles. Mother of Pearl and Paua (shown) are currently available, with additional inlays to be introduced. The inlays are available in the...