Backsplashes come in all shapes, colors, and materials. Whatever style you
have for your kitchen, there is a backsplash out there for you. Here are some
options to help you decide what would look best in your newly designed kitchen.
Having a smaller space doesn't mean you have to settle. You can still remodel to have your dream kitchen. These 5 tips brought to you by Lakeville Kitchen & Bath will help you maximize your space.
Today’s laundry rooms are no longer confined to dark corners of the basement. Often, they are multi functional spaces used by the entire family. Locating washers and dryers on main living levels, near or in bathrooms, in master closets or as part of mudrooms just makes sense. Whether it’s small, with only a few storage cabinets, or a large multi-use space, a laundry area you like spending time in, is a must for most homeowners. Here are a few we’d love to hang out in!
When planning your new kitchen, you might not always know how to create a space that perfectly fits your style and needs. That’s why we’re here to help by showing you 10 design tips, tricks, and trends.
Kitchen accessories are an easy and fun way to make your
kitchen convenient and unique. These accessories will help
make your brand new kitchen functional and designed just for you.
Sinks and faucets are key elements of any kitchen. There are so many
combinations that you may be wondering which is best for you. Here
we have explained 5 sink styles and 5 types of faucets to help you figure
out which best fits your lifestyle needs and style preferences.
When designing a kitchen you want to make sure you are using up all of
your available cabinet and drawer space. Your dream kitchen should
be just as practical as it is beautiful. Here we have 7 storage ideas to
help you make the most out of your space and stay organized.
Since everyone has different preferences and needs, there are many different kitchen
layout options to choose from. Here we have explained and shown examples of
6 popular layouts to help you determine what is best for you and your space.
When designing your kitchen you may be trying to decide what style to go for. Here
we have outlined the elements of both modern and traditional styles. If neither of these
seem right for you, transitional kitchens are a great way to incorporate aspects of each.
You don’t have to settle for a basic kitchen. Check out these 10 tips on how to make
your kitchen stand out from the rest brought to you by Lakeville Kitchen & Bath.
Cabinets are a crucial aspect of any kitchen and there are many different types to choose from.
Here we have 5 classic materials laid out for you to help you figure out which would be best
for your new kitchen. Visit the Lakeville Kitchen & Bath Showroom to see even more options.
Countertops are an integral part of every kitchen. They come in many shades and materials to fit all of your personal style preferences and needs. Taking a look at both the pros and cons of classic options like granite, quartz, and marble can help you to discover what’s best for your new kitchen.
Cabinetry can come in all shapes, sizes, patterns and styles. Breaking cabinetry down into certain aspects like box construction and door style can help you make the right decision on your investment. Understanding the different kinds, along with their respective pros and cons, can help make it easier to figure out what you are interested in, and what suits your family and lifestyle.
Before you begin your kitchen remodel, consider these six design styles to pinpoint your personal taste and match the true personality of your home. We find these are the most popular design styles in the kitchen and bath world. We proudly cater to all styles and tastes and can meet any design specifications! Visit a Lakeville Kitchen and Bath Showroom to see displays
No kitchen remodel would be complete without kitchen accessories! Here, Lakeville Kitchen & Bath offers 10 suggestions for accessorizing your kitchen, both functionally and decoratively.
Showcasing this awesome blog post from Sips and Tips by Medallion Cabinetry!
Written by Suzanne Derusha
Design Speak: Modern vs Contemporary
The highly coveted contemporary kitchen combines the form and function of the modernist design movement with the warmth of classic traditional or transitional ideas. Use our style guides for tips on how to create the ideal contemporary kitchen!
Everyone can use extra space in the kitchen! Check out these creative storage and organization ideas to make the most of your kitchen design.
If you're undertaking a kitchen remodel project, seeking the help of a professional kitchen designer can help you smooth out the kinks in the design process and vastly improve your overall experience. Here, Lakeville Kitchen and Bath lists our tips for finding and working with your kitchen designer to ensure you create the kitchen of your dreams.
While things are constantly changing in the kitchen and bath industry it seems that the contemporary and modern style is coming in more and more as millennials are starting to get ready to redo their homes. Remember that ultimately you should not be following what everyone else doing. You should do what you truly like and what fits your home and style. We see certain styles becoming more popular in certain areas. However this post is dedicated to the best of 2018 and where we see the industry going... Enjoy!
When it comes to redesigning your kitchen, one of the most crucial factors to bear in mind is floor plan. Functionality lies at the core of every kitchen design, so you'll need to carefully consider which floor plan best suits your lifestyle--namely, open concept or closed concept. Here we outline some pros and cons of each style to help you plan the space that's perfect for your family.
When it comes to cabinets, the options seem limitless. Lakeville Kitchen and Bath breaks down the basics to help you decide which cabinet door style and material is right for your kitchen remodeling project!
While cabinets rarely change in a construction sense, styles and colors are constantly changing. In the past, the traditional raised panel in a light or dark stain reigned supreme. However, in the past 5- 10 years we have seen major changes in the industry. Those changes have allowed cabinet manufacturers to do incredible things with paints, acrylic, thermofoil and textured melamine. This article is dedicated to showing you what is available and possible in your kitchen remodel. All of the styles shown here are available and on display at the Lakeville Kitchen and Bath showrooms.
The door styles below are available in Medallion Cabinetry.
A kitchen remodel is quite possibly the most important and transformative home improvement decision a homeowner can make, so plan ahead and optimize your project using our ten tips for a better kitchen design!