Backsplash Battles: The benefits of glass mosaic backsplashes (and more!)
Source: Jillian Rotondaro Date: June 28, 2017
790 Washington Ave, Carlstadt, NJ 07072
As you begin to host your summer barbecues, your kitchen will start to become full of good food, company, and of course, the inevitable mess. Cleaning your countertops leaves you face-to-face with your backsplash; a kitchen accessory that often times becomes the striking feature of the room. Whether it is an assembly of polished white subway tiles, or a collage of porous stone, your backsplash is unique to you.
Old World Look with a New Age Twist
Source: Heidi Arpacilar Date: May 8, 2017
Natural stone has been a durable product used in construction for centuries. Its beauty is unquestioned and its one of a kind markings give it a sense of wealth and stature. We receive many request from clients that want an old world look with a new age twist for the exterior and interior areas of their home.
Cool to the Touch
Source: Dana Cornetto Date: February 14, 2017
You’ve created the perfect outdoor living space for your family, summer comes and the sun is beating on your patio – it’s so hot that you care barely step on it! Common patio stones such as granite or bluestone can be nice on the eyes, but not on the feet!
Don’t Get Cornered
Source: Dana Cornetto Date: December 12, 2016
The importance of good designing can make or break a project and considering each and every area of a space is the key. When designing an exterior area, what are some things that go unnoticed and unplanned?
Befriend the Blend
Source: Dana Cornetto Date: November 22, 2016
To us, a blend means making something your own, without a custom cost or time frame. Whether blending vertical veneers or horizontal pavers – creating a mixture of products can turn your project from great to amazing.
The Ins & Outs of Your Inside Out
Source: Dana Cornetto Date: November 14, 2016
Get ready, get set – it’s time to pick your floor. When you have so many rooms and areas on one level in your house you might get overwhelmed with treating each room as an individual. Horizontal Surfaces may be one of the first things you think about picking for each room, you might get excited and want every room to have different floors, maybe tile in the kitchen, hardwood in the dining room, porcelain in the mud room, etc.
The Exterior Envelope: Facing Your Home
Source: Dana Cornetto Date: November 3, 2016
The veneer of your home tells a story. Judging a book by its cover may not be a good thing – but let’s be honest, a first glance at a home’s façade can tell a lot. When deciding on exterior face applications, one of the largest decisions to make is the exterior veneer – whether wood, stucco or stone, the options are endless and may seem overwhelming.