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New Home Trends for 2015

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/6/15 12:06 PM

 

A functional and organized closet is on the wish list of many new homeowners.

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Thinking of a Kitchen Redo?

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 8/11/14 3:16 PM

Sometimes the best strategy is not to gut your kitchen, but to rethink the cabinets that are already paid for!  You can get creative by removing cabinet doors to display pretty collections and dinnerware, or by replacing solid door panels with glass ones.  Or maybe you might like to repaint the cabinets, and replace your existing hardware with new ones.  Any of these "redo" ideas can help you totally change the look of your kitchen.  Furthermore, they can also make everything seem new again!

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Organizing a Staycation

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/6/14 3:51 PM

With today's gas prices and flight costs rising, taking a simple summer vacation has gotten to be a lot more expensive.  Add in paying for meals and entertainment, and say goodbye to even more of your hard earned money.  What a headache!  Why not forgo all that stress, save some money, and instead have a "staycation" in your very own home!

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Jump Start your Organizing Efforts

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 2/1/14 1:17 PM

So January is over now, and maybe you weren't very successful with your new year organizing resolutions?  Are you thinking your efforts have all been in vain? Not to worry!  There are simple, one-step-at-a-time ways you can gradually improve the neatness and organization of ANY area of your home.

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Better Kitchen Islands

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 1/11/14 10:39 AM

Are you hoping to remodel your kitchen soon?  Most kitchen remodeling projects include adding islands of some sort. Islands can vary from simple countertops over a bank of deep drawers, to ones that include a sink or seating area.  However, before you start ripping out cabinets or tapping your credit line for remodeling funds, read this article. The article is entitled:  Building a Better Kitchen Island; a veteran architect shares his strategies for marrying function and style.  We think this information from "This Old House" will be very helpful in your kitchen planning process.

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