Archive for August, 2011
Beginning October 14, be sure to tour all three magnificent homes during The Allure of Foxhall to see terrific design from Beth Webb, Jimmy Stanton and the folks at Room & Board. We are honored to have been chosen to fabricate and install all the vanity, bar and kitchen countertops.
A wide variety of materials were utilized throughout the homes, including Cambria quartz, granite, marble and limestone.
Stanton selected only Cambria for the home he designed in a signature tone on tone color palette. Cambria quartz is non-porous, eco-friendly and completely manufactured in the United States. Read More→
To be eligible, your home may not have been published in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles or any other publication prior to the contest. Any completed, occupied residential kitchen located in the greater Atlanta area is eligible to enter.
The rectangular subway tile is making its way into more than crowded hubs of public transportation. Many designers are taking the cue and bringing this piece of urban life indoors. Instead of square-tiled backsplashes or showers, these unique subway tiles are showing up in all sorts of configurations and colors.
We recently installed subway tiles in this Atlanta bathroom, and what a statement they make accented with glass mosaic tiles. The subway tiles traditionally run horizontally, but inside the glass-tile pattern, they are changed up to run vertically. Vertical tiles also outline the shower. Read More→
Few things are as classic and timeless as wood. From beautiful hardwood floors to stunning and unique countertops, here are a few easy ways to bring the beauty of wood into your home.
Wood countertops can make a once clinical-feeling kitchen warm and welcoming. Countertops from Heritage Wood are easy to care for and long lasting. There are many options available, including checkerboard patterned pieces and eco-friendly reclaimed wood. A wide variety of edge profiles are also available. Read More→
Think about all of the important moments that happen at your conference table. When you have a new client or vendor come in to your office, what impression does your conference table leave: power and importance, or neglect?
Construction Resources can provide you with a conference table that makes a statement. Do you need an elegant table, with clean lines and lasting design? You may want to consider marble, like the table in the photograph. This table was installed at KPMG’s SunTrust Plaza office and is made of Calcutta Borghini marble.