When working in cooperation with anyone–whether in the office or at home–establishing a good relationship is critical, and making the most of their skills creates a better end product. This is no different when you’re working with a designer. Here are 2 ways to make the most of your designer.
Are you ready for the holidays? It’s that time of year again–cozy nights at home, a chance to take a step back, and time with friends and family!
For many of us, the holidays mean visits from relatives that you haven’t seen all year. Maybe you’re lucky enough to be the house where everyone congregates for Christmas morning, holiday feasts, and chilly evenings catching up!
Even though laundry is a daily chore, laundry rooms are an often neglected part of the house. Shouldn’t a space you use frequently get the same care and refresh as the rest of your home? An efficient, well-designed laundry room can make your washing chores less of a chore.
Kitchens are one of the most versatile rooms in your home. If your kitchen isn’t well-designed, it can feel like a constant hindrance to you daily. A great kitchen is ready to help you prepare for your day or to cook an amazing holiday meal for friends and family.
As the weather cools down, we often look for ways to add warmth and inviting ambiance to our homes. Year-round, picking the right palette of colors is essential to creating a space we’re proud to come home to, and worthy of entertaining friends and family.
Choosing a color palette and overall aesthetic are important, of course, but we find that choosing the right finishes really tie a room’s design together in the end. Today, we thought we’d talk about some of the design choices that help impact your finish colors.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, a gathering place for your friends and family. You want it to be functional but also comfortable for people to spend time together. A key part of comfort is including a place for people to sit and relax. Here are a few different methods for incorporating seating into your cooking space.
Pantries are critical to keeping dry goods, spices, and canned goods organized in your kitchen. Being able to find the things you need quickly and efficiently is necessary to a stress-free baking experience. So what makes for a dream pantry?
There’s more to designing your dream kitchen than simply tile color and appliances. Some of the biggest decisions are about placement. While the space itself dictates some, intention decides the rest.
“A place for everything and everything in its place.” This mantra of organization rings true for kitchen design as well. Creating designated work zones in a kitchen can help create a no-stress cooking environment, as well as make sure everything you need is always right where you need it. What are some of the traditional work zones?
Here at The Ewing Companies, we are constantly designing and building our clients’ dream spaces. Whether that’s a one-room refresh, a whole home remodel, or a new construction project, we treat every customer like family. And that family includes your furry friends.