Kitchen & Bath Remodeling Blog

Top Kitchen Features That Will Make Your Heart Pound

Top Kitchen Features That Will Make Your Heart Pound

Sophisticated, sexy, smart. Sounds like the perfect dating profile. Or your dream kitchen. Rekindle your romantic spark by enhancing your kitchen’s design. What’s the first room that comes to mind when you think about romance? Perhaps the master bedroom or bath? How about the kitchen? Considering the old saying, “The way to someone’s heart is [...]
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8 Kitchen and Bath Trends You Will Love in 2018

8 Kitchen and Bath Trends You Will Love in 2018

Experts Forecast the Biggest Kitchen and Bath Trends What do vibrant colors, mixing finishes, and smart technology have in common? Maybe your next home remodeling project. They’re a sampling of the latest trends featured at the 2018 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, Florida. In fact, since one of our designers, Andrea Woodall, [...]
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Top Dream Kitchen Must-Haves for New Year Entertaining

Top Dream Kitchen Must-Haves for New Year Entertaining

Make 2018 the year you finally get your dream kitchen! There’s nothing quite like holiday entertaining. The festive scents of honey ham, gingerbread cookies, and pine needles warmly welcome friends and family into our homes. We gather to share a meal and stories from the past. In return, these sweet moments make new memories our children [...]
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Hummelstown, PA blog

Hummelstown, Pa: Your Kind of Town

Enjoy a small-town atmosphere with rich history near Harrisburg and Hershey. About Hummelstown, Pennsylvania Founded in 1762 by Frederick and Rosina Hummel, Hummelstown was originally named Frederickstown. The Hummels purchased the land, divided it into sections, and then sold the lots to German settlers. In 1874 Hummelstown was incorporated as a borough. This gave the town […]

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hershey

Hershey: Best Places to Live in Central PA

Hershey, Pa. Chocolatetown, USA. The Sweetest Place on Earth. When you reside in Hershey, Pa. the phrase “home sweet home” couldn’t be more accurate. After all, it is the town that chocolate built. In fact, when the historic factory on the corner of Chocolate and Cocoa avenues was operating, the sweet cocoa aroma often wafted […]

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