10 Expert Kitchen Design Tips

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10 Expert Kitchen Design Tips

Are you interested in redesigning your kitchen but don’t know where to start? The kitchen remodeling process can seem overwhelming at first, but once you break it down, it becomes both fun and rewarding. Consider our list of 10 expert kitchen design tips to produce your dream kitchen.

Featured Story: Sophia Dolif

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Sophia Dolif - Caruso Family Charities

Sarah Dolif is a single mom to two beautiful little girls: 6-yr-old Bella and 3-yr-old Sophia. Sophia was born with Holoprosencephaly, a rare disorder where the embryonic forebrain fails to sufficiently divide into two cerebral hemispheres. This results in severe skull and facial defects and can be life threatening.

5 Benefits of Engineered Stone Countertops

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5 Benefits of Engineered Stone Countertops

Whether you are remodeling your entire kitchen or simply making a few updates, consider the importance of your countertops. Not only should they be beautiful, but they should also be functional. Enter engineered stone countertops! What exactly is engineered stone, and what are its advantages? Let’s talk about 5 benefits of engineered stone countertops.

Featured Story: Sunny Montoya

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Sunny Montoya - Caruso Family Charities

Sunny Montoya seems like any adorable 3-year-old girl. But 18 months ago, she started eating dirt, sand and rocks…and lost interest in food. Her mom took her to the doctor to make sure she was ok. Sunny was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia.

9 Reasons Why Spring is the Best Time for a Kitchen Renovation

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9 Reasons Why Spring is the Best Time for a Kitchen Renovation

As spring dawns and warmer months are on the horizon, you might be feeling the itch to renovate and remodel. Fortunately, spring is the best time to invest in a kitchen remodel, so if you are feeling like a change, now is the time! Let’s take a closer look at the factors that affect your springtime kitchen renovation.

Featured Story: Mollie Browning

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Mollie Browning - Caruso Family Charities

Baby Mollie was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in March 2016, the day after she turned 9 months old. After a series of tests and biopsies, it was found to be stage IV metastatic and categorized as intermediate risk. She began treatment immediately and has gone through four rounds of chemotherapy.

Cabinet Hardware Options to Consider For Your Next Project

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Cabinet Hardware Options

There are many Cabinet hardware options, so many in fact, it may be hard to decide. Often referred to as the kitchen’s jewelry, it must coordinate, function, and enrich the design. However, knobs and pulls also shield your cabinet’s finish as you are not transferring oil and dirt to the cabinet fronts.

Featured Family: Patrick Fox

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Caruso Family Charities' Featured Story: Patrick Fox

Patrick is a 7-year-old boy who was diagnosed with childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) in November 2013. ALL is a type of cancer in which the bone marrow makes too many immature lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell). Leukemia may affect red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. He receives treatment at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, which will continue until November.

10 Ways to Make a Small Kitchen Look Spacious

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10 Ways to Make a Small Kitchen Look Spacious

Your kitchen plays an important role in the dynamic of your home. After all, everyone loves a good meal, and there’s something comforting about cooking in a beautiful, organized, spacious kitchen. Even if you don’t have a lot of space to work with, you can still use the area to its full advantage. Here are 10 ways to make a small kitchen look bigger.