Author: Brittany Allen

Brittany received her interior design degree in 2010 and recently earned her kitchen and bathroom certifications. She sees her job as much more than just picking out pretty colors and materials – it also involves exact measurements, plenty of planning, and determining how to have a space accurately reflect the lifestyle of its occupants.
  • St. Louis Kitchen Design for Refrigerator Placement

    If you are getting ready for a kitchen remodel in your St. Louis home, among the many things you might be thinking about is where the refrigerator ought to be placed. Of course, the size and layout of your kitchen are largely going to dictate where the unit should go but, most times, it generally…

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  • Clean, Modern Bathroom Design for your St. Louis Home

    Clean, modern bathroom design is a term you hear frequently in the remodeling world. But what exactly does clean, modern bathroom design mean? We generally associate modern with minimalist. A more traditional design would indicate more ornate features and décor. Modern is simpler, less cluttered. We tend to lean toward large-format glass tile, less grout…

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  • Bathroom Design for Your St. Louis Home

    The bathroom is probably the most visited room in your house, but ironically, when it comes to remodeling, it often doesn’t get the same consideration as the kitchen or other more visible spaces. However, remodeling the bathrooms in your St. Louis home is a great way to add design, functionality, and even a touch of…

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  • Kitchen Design: White for Your St. Louis Home

    White kitchens are so popular today and, for many, it is what they picture when they imagine their dream kitchen. White is classic, clean, and so pretty that some people simply want “white everything”. Today, however, the white kitchen design is a little outdated. We are finding, amongst our clientele, that people are really waking…

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  • Luxury Bathroom Design for Your St. Louis Home

    When it’s time to remodel your bathroom most people do not necessarily think of luxury design as being an option. But what comes to mind when you imagine your “dream bathroom”? There are many components you can add that not only enhance the functionality of the room but complete your personal style. Modern bathrooms can…

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  • A Saint Louis Bathroom Design in Grey

    Grey is the new neutral color. It truly is becoming more and more commonly used all throughout homes. Grey is even starting to replace yellow as the gender-neutral color for babies. There is an entire movement around the color grey and it is becoming increasingly popular to use in modern, traditional, and even in styles…

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  • Knobs or Pulls? Getting the Right Handle on Your Kitchen Cabinets in St. Louis

    What’s to learn about kitchen cabinet handles? Well, not only do pulls and knobs make it easy to open drawers and cabinets, they also help protect a cabinet’s finish because you’re not transferring oils and other contaminants from your fingers to the cabinet fronts. It’s a bonus that cabinet handles also come in an array…

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  • How to Choose the Perfect Finish for Your St. Louis Home Kitchen Cabinets

    Varnishes, lacquers, paints, oils, and waxes. There’s a myriad of finishes for kitchen cabinets. Which one is best for your kitchen remodeling project? Experts say there are many things you ought to consider. What is the environment like? For example, does the room see a lot of humidity in the summer? What about airborne contaminants?…

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  • Choosing Hardware: How to Get a Handle on Your Bathroom Cabinets

    All designers know that it’s the little things that often make the biggest impact. That definitely holds true for the bathroom cabinet hardware you choose. Just like selecting a pair of shoes to complete a favorite outfit, one choice over another can completely change your look. From rustic pulls to colorful knobs and edge pulls,…

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  • St. Louis’ Small L-Shape Kitchen Layout Ideas You’ll Love

    There are a lot of pluses to small kitchens: they make prep work a breeze, are designed to be extremely ergonomic, and ultimately save you time and money. If you’re getting ready to upgrade your small L-shaped kitchen, here are some layout ideas to keep in mind as you plan and design your remodel. They’ll…

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