From the looks of Paul and Ruthann Atchley’s Kansas home
, it’s clear that they aren’t the most conventional couple. But who needs conventional when out-of-the-box ideas result in a spectacular green remodel and two free tickets to South America?
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As with any aspect of American culture, the tide of home design trends is constantly changing. Amy Sanders of local Kansas City International Materials of Design and Chuck Erickson of Carthage Marble give us a peek into one aspect of Kansas City kitchen design that is experiencing a fascinating shift.
Luxury stones have been a big part of Kansas City home remodels for quite some time now. Not only do they bring a natural design element to your space, but they give the feel of expensive taste without the high price tag to go along with it. Marble has been a leader in this market, but homeowners are now looking to Calcutta gold marble, a material used in Italian kitchens, for that extra little bit of elegance. ...read full post →
Conventional cookie-cutter homes are a staple in thousands of suburban neighborhoods across the country, but when architect Christian Arnold and his wife, Julie, came across an odd-shaped, sloping piece of land in their hometown of Kansas City, Missouri, they decided that doing away with “normal” might just lay the foundation for great design. ...read full post →