It's been a couple weeks since we've posted anything new on our "Follow A Project" series, but the team was busy getting all the plumbing and electric work up to code and ready for the drywall to be put up! As you can see, they've not only mounted the dry
The new kitchen design includes a peninsula with the clean up area on the kitchen side, and a wood top bar with a couple bar stools on the dining room side. Here are some photos of the finished support beams, and the half wall that will support the peninsula!
A huge part of the Long-Leonard kitchen project involves opening up the kitchen to expand into the dining area and living room. Which means taking down some walls and inserting beams in their place. In order to do that without the house falling down around them, they needed to construct temporary
Mark T. White, CKD, CBD, and our neighboring businesses, Riley Custom Homes and Renovations and Lisa Publicover Interior Designs, were recently quoted in an article about the Annapolis Design District! Click here to take a look: http://www.capitalgazette.com/eedition/special/page-a/page_2be49205-374f-5435-9a16-28cd136d7d63.html
Mike and Alex are having mixed feelings watching everything unfold; on one hand, they are excited and anxious to see everything come together, but at the same time are nervous about the process and the possibility of unknowns, that come along with renovating an older home.
Designing a new layout is fundamental when renovating a kitchen, but one of the most important key roles in any renovation project is the contractor. Kitchen Encounters partners with various contractors from the Annapolis area on our projects, and though we have several that we regularly recommend, we are always
One of the fascinating things about the Internet is that once something is posted online, it's there forever, and can turn up out of nowhere! We just came across this fabulous blog written by one of our clients from back in 2009! Take a look at the transformation: http://lifesignatures.org/wordpress/2009/04/more-kitchen-pics/ (This is
If you know that a renovation or redesign is the correct answer to solve your kitchen problems (or any space, storage, function issues), then you’ve already overcome the first, and hardest step in the process. It also shows that you have a sense of creativity to know that what you