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Commercial Countertop Inspiration

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When it comes to commercial countertops, durability is key. Commercial surfaces, after all, naturally experience a great deal of wear and tear over time. However, choosing a durable countertop surface doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style. It’s just as important to pick a countertop that highlights the establishment’s unique

Restaurant Designs of 2020

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It goes without saying that 2020 has been an eventful year for the food industry. From outdoor seating to contactless pickup, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced restaurants to modify their business models. In doing so, restaurant interiors have significantly changed to accommodate our “new normal.” As a commercial contractor, it’s

Meditation Rooms

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According to statistics, since 2012, the number of people in the U.S. practicing meditation has tripled. As life becomes more demanding, especially under our current circumstances, people are turning toward meditation as a way to manage stress levels and keep their sanity during these trying times. If you’re one of

Interior Design Inspiration

Springtime Sunrooms Reimagined

Interior Design Inspiration|

It’s that time of year again when trees and flowers are in full bloom and you want to spend more time outdoors. If you’ve been focusing on remodeling your interior rooms over the past year, it’s time to take that design itch outside. Rejuvenate your sunroom. Revamp your porch. Perk

8 Design Ideas for Your Home Gym

Interior Design Inspiration|

If home workouts are part of your weekly routine, you’re not alone. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people were forced to exercise in spaces like their basement, living room, or backyard—just to name a few. Yet, even with the end of the pandemic (hopefully) in sight, you might still feel

On Trend Doors & Decorations

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The front door is your home’s first impression. Adding holiday decorations can certainly make a plain entryway more inviting, but the door should also stand alone. What does your door say about your home during the holidays and, most importantly, every other day of the year?  Our design experts created

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