Kitchen Condo Renovation Philadelphia
You’re renovation should be all about what YOU love, not the hottest trend on HGTV. If you’re not the soak-in-the-suds type, nix that big tub and spend your remodeling dollars on something that you will truly enjoy and use regularly.

Office Condo Renovation Philadelphia
Case in point, the owner of the renovated condo pictured here is a surgeon and as such spends all her days in super-bright sterile environments. She specifically requested dim lighting and a warm rich environment in which she could rest her eyes and relax. This choice bucks the trend of installing bright white cabinetry and big open windows, but it works for the homeowner. And it’s quite striking, if we do say so our self.

Kitchen Renovation Philadelphia
Before the renovation, a peninsula separated the kitchen and breakfast room, making both rooms feel smaller. The peninsula was removed and a central island installed instead. Moving the doorway to the right left room for the fridge at the other end of the kitchen. The resulting space feels much more spacious, even though the square footage remains the same. Creamy new cabinets, granite countertops, a paneled refrigerator and glass globe pendants polish off the kitchen with modern-day style.

Villanova Kitchen Remodel Featured in National Magazine
We are pleased to report that one of our kitchen renovations has been featured in the Summer 2014 edition of Signature Kitchen & Baths magazine (page 40). Give it a gander next time you’re at Lowe’s, Home Depot or Barnes & Noble. We especially love how the classic white cabinetry contrasts with the espresso stained island for a distinct look. If you love white kitchens this Ideabook is for you.

Kitchen Renovation with Banquette Built-In
Banquette seating in a kitchen saves space, brings pattern and color to the room through fabric and creates a cozy spot for meals. Plus, it can be designed to match any kitchen style. Banquettes can be custom built by a finish carpenter, purchased as a bench from a cabinet manufacturer or assembled from cabinet parts.

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At the show, you can peruse our comprehensive portfolio of renovations and additions – it’s guaranteed to inspire! Architects will be on hand to answer all your remodeling questions.

Greater Philadelphia Fall Home Show
September 5, 6, 7, 2014

Valley Forge Casino Resort
1160 First Avenue, King of Prussia, PA 19406

Show Hours:
Friday 11am-9pm
Saturday 10am-9pm
Sunday 10am-6pm

Free Admission! Free Parking! Plus – we are once again giving away our award-winning remodeling services! Stop by our booth (#22) to register to win a few hours of architectural services from one of our talented designers. It’s a great way to get started on that project you’ve been dreaming about.

Modern Main Line Kitchen Renovation
The renovation created a more functional kitchen with modern style — all within the existing space. Rich Shaker-style cabinets, gray Quartz counter-tops and a variety of glass and stone mosaic tile give the kitchen a contemporary edge. Changing just a few things made a 180-degree difference.

Like it? Get the look:
1 – Shaker Style Cabinets by Stimmel Consulting Group
2 – 2″ x 12″ Himachal Black Slate from Gravena Tile
3 – Random Stick Slate and Glass Mosaic in Rust from Gravena Tile
4 – Honed Stormy Sky Chroma Quartz
5 – 1/2″ x 1/2″ Topkapi Stone and Glass Mosaic  from Gravena Tile

Check out a feature we wrote (Thinking of Remodeling? Think Again) on Pennsylvania Homes, one of the top sites for Pennsylvania real estate, including Philadelphia, PA real estate. Pennsylvania Homes also services Connecticut real estate and Michigan homes for sale. Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite…

White Kitchen Sink with Black Granite

During a renovation, the homeowner has to make decisions about things they don’t think of too often — the location of sinks, the types of windows and a host of other details.

Two words will see you through any remodeling project: patience and planning.

Mark Fox, a registered architect and founding partner of Gardner/Fox Associates, a renovation firm based in Bryn Mawr, recommends that you start planning early for home improvement projects. “The success of your project depends on proper planning prior to the start of construction. Taking the time up front to think through the project will lead to a more enjoyable, successful process,” states Fox.

To ensure the success of your project, first determine your needs and start thinking about a budget. Be ready to explain how you want the new space to function. The next step is to contact a design professional who can work with you to develop and formalize your ideas. They will address obvious structural and support issues and provide information about products and trends that relate to your lifestyle.