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Artistic Tile Toledo Lucido waterjet marble mosaic

Walker Zanger Anteak reclaimed wood mosaic

Artistic Tile Opera Serenade glass blend

AKDO Lace Vine handmade stone mosaic

Published: November 04, 2014
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Rustic French country-inspired or “farmhouse” style of interior design and décor is distinct and charming as it is timeless. Rustic white cabinets, country inspired faucet, big apron sink, and old fashioned French motifs on hand crafted tiles are only some elements of a farmhouse style kitchen design.

The farmhouse style is so very distinct, that it’s safe to say that you either love it or you don’t, right? Before you eliminate the idea completely, take a look at some updated farmhouse looks that are evolving towards cleaner lines, sleeker shapes, and a fresher overall feel, while still adding that little touch of French country character to the space.

The focal point of this rustic Douglah Designs kitchen remodel is a gorgeous wood “chopping block” countertop on the island.

This Douglah Designs kitchen remodel project features a farmhouse sink, oil rubbed bronze fixtures, limestone countertops, and ceramic subway tile backsplash for an updated country look.

A clean apron sink and a sleek version of a farmhouse faucet make this Kohler kitchen an updated approach to country style.

Published: October 29, 2014
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Open up any architecture and design magazine and you’ll probably see articles or photos that feature sustainable or “green” design. More than just a trend or concept with few product choices, sustainable design does not yield a limitation on the possibilities of your interior design or remodel.

Regardless of your style preferences, there’s a growing range of innovative and attractive sustainable and recycled product choices to incorporate into your home.

Wood cabinets from certified sustainable sources such as bamboo, hardwood floors created with reclaimed wood, durable countertops containing recycled glass, renewable fiber or recycled paper are just a few popular green options that Douglah Designs uses for our kitchen and bath remodel projects.

This kitchen remodel by Douglah Designs features Vetrazzo recycled glass countertops and Neil Kelly FSC-certified wood cabinets that are free of formaldehydes and harmful VOCs.

Published: October 22, 2014
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