Create a Crowd-Pleasing Outdoor Kitchen

Create a Crowd-Pleasing Outdoor Kitchen

Kitchens are the heart of any home, but when warm weather hits they can become the last place anyone wants to be. One way to combat that is with an outdoor kitchen. An outdoor kitchen is a great way to enjoy nice weather and long summer evenings cooking and entertaining friends and family. While it might seem excessive to recreate something you already have inside the house, there are ways to achieve the outdoor kitchen you want without breaking the bank.   Fake it ‘til you make it If you already have granite or other types of stone in your indoor kitchen, you know how expensive they can be. Many of us can’t afford to replicate that look in an outdoor kitchen, but luckily there are other options out there that look just as good. Faux panels are made of plastic or other synthetic material but designed to look and Continue reading

Three Week Kitchens Awarded Best Of Houzz 2016

We’re thrilled to announce that houzz.com has honored Three Week Kitchens with the 2016 Best of Customer Service award! From Houzz.com: [DENVER, CO], February 2, 2016 – Three Week Kitchens has won “Best Of Customer Service” on Houzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The unique Kitchen and Bath renovation company was chosen by the more than 35 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals. The Best Of Houzz is awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 35 million monthly users on Houzz. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2015. A “Best Of Houzz 2016” badge will appear on winners’ profiles, as a Continue reading

10 Tips for Picking Paint Colors

10 Tips for Picking Paint Colors

A fresh coat of paint is one of the quickest, easiest and most cost-effective ways of sprucing up a space! The biggest challenge, even for experienced designers, is picking the right paint colors. It seems easy enough: you go to the paint store, pick a color from that little bitty chip, take it home and slap it on the walls. In reality, after hours of prep and painting, you may find the color that looked so great on paper looks horrible on the wall. So, short of hiring a paint guru at $150 an hour (really,) here are ten tips for choosing the right paint color:

Tips for Choosing a Paint Color for Your Kitchen

Tips for Choosing a Paint Color for Your Kitchen

We form strong feelings about colors. These associations impact how we feel in a room, and thus how we behave. The color of your kitchen can dramatically impact the kind of activities it sees. Have you ever noticed most fast food chains incorporate red and yellow into their design? Red, yellow and orange are associated with happiness, which in turn helps stimulate appetite. Cool colors like blue and purple signal sadness, and are less appetizing. Does this mean your kitchen needs to look like a burger joint to welcome hungry visitors? Of course not! Get inspired Choose one element to help you design your color scheme. Maybe it’s bold tile flooring, or sleek brushed steel appliances. Don’t commit just yet. First, envision what the rest of your space will look like. Once you have an idea, you can begin researching and dreaming, but stay flexible – the perfect complement to Continue reading

Five Fascinating Facts: Cabinets

When it comes to choosing kitchen cabinets, it is important to consider consider both form and function. The cabinets provide the kitchen with a large measure of visual impact, and the look of the cabinets helps determine the overall aesthetic of the space. There are several types of cabinets that each achieve similar looks. So how to choose? Face Frame or Frameless There are two major types of cabinetry. The first is the face frame, in which the face of the cabinet box is constructed with a 1.5” frame on the front of the cabinet box, to which the cabinet doors are mounted. The spacing between the doors is called the “overlay” and a narrow, or “full” overlay achieves a more contemporary look. The second construction method is frameless, sometimes called European by the old-timers, harkening back to an age when American beer was yellow and everything imported had instant Continue reading

Join us for Current Trends in Kitchen and Bath!

Join us at the Park Hill branch Library as Professionals from such industries as Tile, Flooring, Cabinets, Hardware, Plumbing, Appliance and Specialty Paint display and discuss options for home improvement solutions! The event will be held onJanuary 27th at 6:45. Click the image above for more information.

Three Steps To Help You Budget For Your Denver Kitchen Remodel

You’ve been dreaming about getting your kitchen remodeled for a long time. Perhaps it’s something you’ve been putting off because you weren’t sure how much it was going to cost, or you didn’t think you could choose a time that would work well for your family. We’ve worked with a lot of homeowners, and when it comes to remodeling your Denver kitchen, it’s important to choose a company that will give you a great price, as well as perform the work in a timely manner. Budgeting for a kitchen remodel is where many homeowners get stuck, so we thought we’d offer you a few steps to follow that will help you understand exactly what you want for the price you want to pay. Step #1: Figure out the total you want to spend This is where many homeowners make their first mistake. They have many ideas about what they want, but they Continue reading

Bathroom Remodeling: Creating a Vanity with the Proper Size and Storage

If you need a bathroom remodel in Denver, you have plenty of things to think about depending on the size and style you want. Out of all things in your bathroom to consider, the vanity is going to be a central point that should get serious attention. Fortunately, vanities can be fully and easily customizable so you can decide what size you prefer, how much storage you want and whether you want a retro or modern design. What usually works the best for most people? Considering you’ll be spending plenty of time standing in front of a vanity, you have to think of how useful it’s going to be. Vanity Size For a small bathroom, your vanity doesn’t have to take up an entire wall side. Sometimes they can just take up one corner of the bathroom to leave room for other things. Floating vanities are particularly stylish and don’t take Continue reading