More and more, homeowners are conscious of the environment when remodeling or building a new home. “Green” design is in high demand and can be incorporated into nearly every aspect of your kitchen. It’s not only about choosing reclaimed or sustainable materials, but also being conscious about the function of your kitchen and your ability to lower energy usage with smart design, from the appliances you choose to the size of your windows. Functionality + Eco-Conscious Design =
When you’ve invested a great deal of money into your kitchen remodel, it’s only natural that you’ll want to do all you can to protect and care for your new kitchen. One area you can easily maintain and keep looking great is your beautiful granite countertops.
Granite is a very hard natural stone, making it a great choice for workspaces in your kitchen, but it can be damaged if you do not properly care for it. Keeping Granite Counters Clean Fortunately, cleaning your granite