When you walk up to a home with a beautifully crafted iron door, what do you think? It's possible that iron doors are not your thing... or maybe they are.
Today, we're discussing the possible beauty that a door like the one pictured left, could bring to your home. Not only enhancing beauty, but adding value and of course a tremendous amount of security to your home, are just a few reasons you might consider a door like this.
There are many different designs in hand forged iron doors to best suite your style. In choosing the right design for your home, consider how you would use it. Maybe, as a wine cellar door or simply as a gate. At any rate, using an iron door as an entryway, just may be the perfect first impression that you are looking for when people enter your home.
Tell us what you think about installing an iron crafted door as an entryway.
Copenhagen Sinks have a style that is all their own! The smooth feel of the stone combined with its ridged cut, gives this piece a modern look that out-weighs all other modern designs in the sink arena. They set the highest standards in creating the best quality bathroom sinks in the industry.
This artistic hand carved Silvia Fadl Marble stone pedestal is just one of the sinks and pedestal consoles made by the company. Their designs include a variety of styles in glass, porcelain, metal, and stone.
This sink just might be the right style you've been looking for to add to your bathroom.
24 in Wide x 22 in Deep x 32 in Tall
Today we're posting about creating a whole new look in your kitchen, by adding a butcher-block island.
Typically butcher-block islands come as a stand-alone work station or cart with thickness in the block between 2 to 16 inches. Another option may include attaching a butcher-block table to a built-in island or putting a butcher-block surface onto the countertop of a built-in island.
Although maple is the most popular choice for butcher-blocks, other hard woods such as walnut, cherry and teak look just as beautiful and work just as well to create more contrast with light-colored cabinetry. It's a perfect place for the chef of the house to prep a meal and it also adds a furniture look to the kitchen.
Cork? Used as flooring? Sounds very... unique, right? Well yes, it's unique, but a very smart choice when picking out new flooring for your remodel. Its uniqueness makes it a wonderful way for you to contribute in being environmentally conscious.
Cork is 100% recyclable, biodegradable and natural. The thermal insulation properties of the material help lower the use of energy to heat and cool your home, saving you money. Beside the benefits it can bring in "going green" it has the ability to reduce sound transmission and vibration because of its complex structure, making it a perfect sound insulator. It also, is a shock absorber, helping to prevent back and joint pain. The benefits of using cork in your home go on and on!
There are several companies in the US and Canada that produce this amazing material. It comes in many different styles and colors. There are ways of adding red highlights to a pattern or picking out any solid color you like. The design possibilities are endless! Not only used for flooring, it can be used as a wall surface, like in the photo shown here. The cork covered wall adds much more than what just a splash of paint could do for the room.
Showing off a remodeled portion of your home is important and easy when you have the right lighting to showcase the value of the remodel. Sometimes updating recessed lighting is all that's needed to enhance the new look of your home.
We are featuring a very simple Pendant Light with coordinating metal cage made by Del Mar. This light fixture has a beautiful amber glass shade and antique bronze finish that is just perfect for a craftsman-style home. This is just one of the many fixtures to choose from.
Regardless of the extent of your remodel, it's always critical to use light to show it off. Let Homework Remodels help you choose a new lighting design to illuminate a style that belongs specifically to your home!
The Elevate EXT faucet is said by its maker, the only adjustable-height standard kitchen faucet available on the market. It can be helpful when filling a large pot or when you need an unobstructed window view. This faucet, designed by Pfister, accommodates a variety of needs with its adjustable height settings from 8 to 11 inches and also swivels a full 360 degrees for ultimate maneuverability. Additionally, it features a dual-function spray head and an extra long 70-inch pullout hose.
Pfister Faucets is one of the leading distributors in the plumbing industry for over 100 years. You know when purchasing their product you are guaranteed a quality that only comes from years of experience in the business. This design faucet by Pfister backs up this guarantee and just might be exactly what you are looking for in a new faucet!