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Is a Farmhouse Sink for You?

When I am consulting with my clients on their kitchen remodel projects they often ask me about my thoughts on installing a farmhouse sink. Farmhouse or Apron sinks have been around for some time now but have recently become very popular in kitchen design.

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It used to be that white enamel was the only choice on the market for sinks. Today's kitchen designs are starting to incorporate stainless apron sinks. For those who like a classic design but also want a modern edge, a stainless apron sink might be perfect for you. Farmhouse sinks are great because they have a wide open base and can be incorporated into any design style you are trying to achieve in your home. There are many sources, price points and designs to choose from giving us all great options to incorporate farmhouse sinks into our homes.

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Beckoning Barn Doors

If you have taken the opportunity to visit a Model Home lately you have probably encountered something of a new phenomenon... the Barn Door.  Yes, it's all the rage but why is that?

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Flash back to your bedroom growing up... your closet probably had slider doors or even bi-fold doors. Anybody? Well here is the new bi-fold. It's textural, architectural and immediately makes a statement in the most unexpected of places. Your pantry, the laundry room, an office or even a bathroom, the barn door is the new pocket door and it's here to stay. The great thing about this new design rage is that you don't have to be rich to afford one. There are many tutorials on Pinterest or YouTube that give you top notch instructions on how to build one. There are even tricks of the trade to keep your price down for the hardware and track. My husband and I are getting ready to build one for a guest bathroom... are you interested in building one?

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