Empty Bowls Fort Worth 2015

Every year, Tarrant Area Food Bank’s signature event attracts over 2,000 guests and volunteers who donate their time, money and interests into a fusion of culinary and visual arts.

Empty Bowls Fort Worth allows guests to sample tons of soups and deserts from both high-end and casual dining restaurants and caterers in the Fort Worth area.

Guests can browse unique keepsakes from among 2,500 handcrafted bowls by North Texas artisans and also bid in a Live Auction for Celebrity Bowls, each signed by internationally recognized stars of stage, screen and sports ( Yo-Yo Ma, Harry Winkler “The Fonz,” Arnold Palmer, Tommy Tune, to name a few!) Read more

7 Steps to Defining Your Home Remodeling Project

Remodeling any part of your home is an exciting process, but it also can be a bit overwhelming if you have tons of ideas and aren’t sure which direction to go. Our best advice is to collect your ideas in an organized manner to narrow down your options and provide some clarity. Here are seven great suggestions to help you get started; choose whichever one suits you best!

1. Print
There are tons of books and magazines on inspiring interior design ideas. Though this may seem a bit “old school” with all of the technology we have today, tearing out pages of a magazine, sketching your ideas out on paper, or saving newspaper ads are still great ways to collect your ideas and establish your desired style. Read more

3 Important Questions to ask Your Fireplace Contractor

A fireplace installation is a big job that is more intricate than most people realize. Needless to say, it can be both a safety hazard and a headache if it’s not done correctly! Here are 3 questions to ask your contractor before starting the project:

1. Are you licensed with the city and insured?

Licensing indicates a company possesses the required knowledge and experience to perform the job efficiently and to city code. The insurance covers any potential accidents. While you might expect these to be requirements of all professional companies, not everyone plays by the rules, so be sure to double check before you hire! Read more

Cheers to a New Year: Our January 2015 Newsletter

It’s hard to believe it’s already the start of 2015! Ending such a great year with our clients last year, we are anxious and excited to get a head start on what the new year brings. We’re growing our team of professionals, teaming up with local businesses, and building a cohesive schedule to better serve our clients. So if you’re considering getting some home remodeling work done, this is the year to do it! Contact us to schedule an appointment and get your year kicked off right! Read more

A Stylish Cabinet Installation Transforms a Dated Kitchen

The style of your cabinets can make all the difference in the look of your kitchen as a whole. Take it from these clients who had a plain, dated section of cabinets in their kitchen. Not only did the cabinets look bland, but they also lacked the proper amount of storage and display space desired by the clients.

After meeting with the clients and discussing what they had in mind, our team worked to create an updated design by adding glass-front display cabinets in the space above the client’s existing cabinets. The clients liked the idea of keeping their original kitchen while adding the extra features they wanted. After a few short weeks of installation and staining the new cabinets to match the existing stain, our client’s kitchen looks brand new! Read more