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Earth Day 2013 is Monday, April 22nd.
Easy Green: 23 Ways to Reduce Waste at Home

by Laura Gaskill | Houzz Contributor

We all know that growing landfill mass and, sadly, even trash floating out at sea are real issues, but it can be hard to know where to start if you want to make a difference. Thankfully, it’s actually quite easy to cut way down on your household trash by making tiny changes in your shopping habits and daily routines. If you would like to reduce the amount of trash your household creates but are not quite sure how to do it, these 23 tips can help. They are all easy to implement and can add up to a reduction in waste that makes a difference. 
 
Living Room and Entertaining

     1. Switch to digital downloads of movies and music if you haven’t yet.

     2. Ask for and give consumable or homemade gifts. Think event tickets, dinner reservations and edible treats.

     3. Stop junk mail and paper bills, and cancel subscriptions that you don’t read.

Bedroom and Wardrobe

     4. Be picky. By choosing to buy only what you love and know you will wear, you can slim your wardrobe and love it more.

     5. Shop vintage.

     6. Bring cloth shopping bags of your own… even to the mall.

     7. Mend and tailor instead of toss. Take a cue from our grandparent’s generation and work with what you have.

Kitchen

     8. Buy soap in bulk and decant it into reusable containers.

     9. Keep lots of cloth towels on hand instead of paper.

    10. As long as it is relatively clean, you can reuse aluminum foil several times.

    11. Give old clothes and linens a second life – cut them up and reuse them as cleaning rags.

Buying Groceries

    12. Shop farmer’s markets, produce stands and natural food markets – you will find the freshest and most local food that’s minimally packaged.

    13. Avoid buying single-serving packages. Pick the larger containers instead.

    14. Keep plenty of reusable bags around. If you have trouble remembering to bring bags, try keeping stashes of them in your car, by the front door, in your office and anywhere else they might come in handy.

Dining

    15. Use real dishes and cloth napkins every day.

    16. Try an alternative to plastic wrap. Place a plate on top of a bowl to store leftovers in the fridge or purchase reusable dish covers.

Pets

    17. Our pets don’t ask for much, but that doesn’t stop us from wanting to buy them all sorts of things. Keep things simple and stick with a few favorite toys and accessories.

    18. Buy your most frequently used pet supplies in bulk to cut down packaging.

Bathroom

    19. Simplify your beauty routine – fewer products means less waste.

    20. Use microfiber cloths instead of paper towels for cleaning.

    21. Buy the biggest packages of toilet paper you can find to reduce packaging.

Downtime

    22. Make friends with your public library. If you haven’t explored your local library lately, consider giving it another look and borrow a book, movie or music CD instead of buying.

    23. Rethink leisure time. Relax in your backyard, cook dinner for friends, walk in nature, go for a bike ride, have a picnic or read a book – from the library!

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10 Popular Home Design Trends | Timely or Timeless?
10 Popular Home Design Trends, Timely or Timeless?
by Samantha Schoech | houzz.com contributor

It’s hard to know what’s going to stick and what’s going to go down in history as the next macramé plant holder. Interior design trends come and go and come again, to be sure. In the ’50s, people ripped out Victorian details and claw-foot tubs in favor of vinyl and plastic and elements with the sleek, modern aesthetic of the atomic age. in the ’70s and ’80s, Danish modern pieces and other icons of the ’50s were eschewed as symbols of a stuffy, bygone era. Now they are sought-after treasures with giant price tags.  In the last decade, we’ve seen some new decorating trends emerge. Some will have staying power, and some will go down with macramé plant hangers. We may see them in 20 years and think, “That is so 2012.” But which is which? I have my predictions. What are yours?


Moroccan Poufs: I am a huge fan of Moroccan poufs. They are great extra seating. They are great foot rests. They are both exotic and modern, and they come in a rainbow of colors. They’re modern looking, but with just the right amount of flourish. Not too sleek, not too busy. And they go with any decor: Modern – Traditional – Boho – Eclectic.  But are they here to stay? I’m not sure.

Woods Wallpaper: This beautiful and serene pattern hit its apex in about 2010, when it was absolutely everywhere. It’s simple, symmetrical and classic. But that may have been what whoever put up the wallpaper of cartoonish bathing ladies in my childhood bathroom thought.

Mid-Century Modern Wallpaper: I love wallpaper, and I love the big, graphic patterns inspired by mid-century designs. But they’ve already done their comeback circle and I’m betting that in a few more years they are going to fall out of favor again.  In 1990 no one would have put this in their home. Now everyone is. What about in 2025? Same goes for mid-century textured wallpaper. Trend.

Mid-Century Starburst Mirrors: A starburst mirror is to my mom what a salmon and seafoam room is to me: a design trend from my youth that now seems horribly misguided. She cannot imagine why anyone would want this in a home. But many, many people do want starburst mirrors in their homes. You see them in all sorts of different styles. Does that make them a classic or are they just enjoying one last moment of favor?

Mid-Century Everything: All the mid-century design icons have made a huge resurgence in the past decade: Eames, Saarinen, Nelson, and Bertoia. You can’t turn around without hitting your shin on a Tulip Chair. Mid-century modern design had real beauty and a very recognizable aesthetic. It is grounded in the philosophy of its time, which sought a sleek simplicity and an integration with the outdoors. The ideas and designs of that time will never fade away. But the trend of creating a period-piece room will. We will always have Danish modern and Nelson lights, but I don’t think there will be quite so many rooms that look like Mad Men sets in 20 years.

Butterflies: Butterflies are the insect of choice for everything from little girls’ rooms to sophisticated dining rooms. In the early aughts it was birds; now it’s butterflies. Nature never goes out of style, and we’ve been stealing its designs since we first wrote on cave walls. But will butterflies scream “2012” in five years? 

Old Globes: These are another staple of modern, eclectic design. Just try to score a cheap out-of-date globe at a garage sale. There is no such thing, such is the demand. Old globes do have an innate loveliness. They are bright and round and colorful. They represent exploration and mystery. But will the old globe’s current ubiquitousness be its undoing? Ten years from now, will you be able to score one at a garage sale for next to nothing?

Fake Taxidermy: This is another big one in eclectic modern design. It’s funny and winking and ironic – very much a product of the time. But animal heads fashioned out of cardboard, plaster and ceramic have a limited shelf life.

‘For Like Ever’ Posters: Already dated. They were just too popular for their own good. It’s always possible that they will make a nostalgic comeback in 20 years when all the children of today recall them from their childhoods. But they will never be a classic.

Wall Decals: They are great for people who can’t or don’t want to commit to wallpaper. And they are certainly a lot less expensive than art. But does the wall decal mural have a future? I think wall decals might be here to stay for short-life rooms like nurseries, but their best days are behind them for adult spaces. 

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2013 “Best of Houzz” Design Specialist Clay Bernard

Houzz 2013 ‘Best of Remodeling’ Customer Satisfaction Winner

Design Specialist Clay Bernard | 2013 Best of Houzz

We are very pleased and excited to announce that American Cabinet & Flooring Design Specialist, Clay Bernard, has been selected by the houzz.com community as a winner of the 2013 “Best of Houzz” awards for “Customer Satisfaction”. This award is based on a variety of factors including ratings and reviews by Houzz’s 11 million monthly users.

Houzz is the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design; a homeowner to homeowner guide to the top architects, interior designers, contractors and other residential remodeling professionals in the U.S. and around the world. 

The Best of Remodeling award is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction award winners, like Clay, are based on homeowner members who rated their experience working with remodelers and designers in categories ranging from landscape contractors to kitchen and bath designers

About Clay Bernard

A Colorado native with over 15 years of construction and remodeling experience started his career early on working for his father’s company. After completing his studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Clayton moved into project management for Colorado Floorworks. Realizing his passion was in the design aspect of construction, Clayton became a Kitchen & Bath Designer for American Cabinet & Flooring where he has built an extensive portfolio and client base for over six years and looks to help build the brand for the future.

Read the full press release on Clay’s Award here.

2013 “Best of Houzz” | American Cabinet & Flooring Design Specialist ** Clay Bernard **

Houzz 2013 ‘Best of Remodeling’ Customer Satisfaction Winner

Design Specialist Clay Bernard | 2013 Best of Houzz

We are very pleased and excited to announce that American Cabinet & Flooring Design Specialist, Clay Bernard, has been selected by the houzz.com community as a winner of the 2013 “Best of Houzz” awards for “Customer Satisfaction”. This award is based on a variety of factors including ratings and reviews by Houzz’s 11 million monthly users.

Houzz is the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design; a homeowner to homeowner guide to the top architects, interior designers, contractors and other residential remodeling professionals in the U.S. and around the world. 

The Best of Remodeling award is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction award winners, like Clay, are based on homeowner members who rated their experience working with remodelers and designers in categories ranging from landscape contractors to kitchen and bath designers

About Clay Bernard

A Colorado native with over 15 years of construction and remodeling experience started his career early on working for his father’s company. After completing his studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Clayton moved into project management for Colorado Floorworks. Realizing his passion was in the design aspect of construction, Clayton became a Kitchen & Bath Designer for American Cabinet & Flooring where he has built an extensive portfolio and client base for over six years and looks to help build the brand for the future.

Read the full press release on Clay’s Award here.

 

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July 2012 Designer’s Corner

Design & Planning – Kitchen

2012 Color Trends and A Few Fun Color Facts


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Every year, Sherwin-Williams releases its forecast of color trends and what paint colors they think will make their way into homes this year. Here’s a quick description of each color palette in the four earthy color groups (reds, blues, greens and neutrals), as well as a few fun color facts.

REDS

Sherwin-Williams says reds will be seen in many shades, specifically flowery tones such as fuchsias, red-oranges, violets and delicate pinks.

Fun Fact: In the world of feng shui, a red front door invites prosperity into the residents.

BLUES

Celebrating a pair of treasured blues – denim and water – blue is a soothing palette that adds a sense of calmness and serenity to rooms.

Fun Fact: The color blue is the least common color in the foods we eat.

GREENS

Greens from years past have incorporated a yellow tint. This year focuses on a more eclectic palette, according to Sherwin-Williams, including lush, moody, complex greens that showcase deeper aspects of the sea and forest.

Fun Fact: Night goggles use the color green because the human eye is most sensitive to green and able to discern the most shades of it.

NEUTRALS

Subtle hues found in raw materials act as inspiration for 2012 colors. Imagine field of grain, a pile of pebbles, weathered wood and earthern clay. The neutral palette is a warm, understated palette made up of soft yellows and browns that won’t overpower a room.

Fun Fact: Dreaming of the color brown means you will be lucky with money.

June 2012 Designer’s Corne

“Shades of Grey”

Clay Bernard: According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association over the last three years there has been an increasing trend in grey color schemes in the kitchen and bath.

Greys can be used in any type of kitchen or bath design; from transitional to traditional. Whether it be grey stained oak cabinets that have a coastal feel or a stone look quartz countertop that is very contemporary; grey finishes provide a neutral background that will allow you to insert pops of dramatic color to give your kitchen the appeal it needs.

Come in and see me to incorporate this trend with your personal taste to make your remodel project shine!


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June 2012 Designer’s Corner

Shades of Grey

Clay BernardAccording to the National Kitchen and Bath Association over the last three years there has been an increasing trend in grey color schemes in the kitchen and bath.

Greys can be used in any type of kitchen or bath design; from transitional to traditional. Whether it be grey stained oak cabinets that have a coastal feel or a stone look quartz countertop that is very contemporary; grey finishes provide a neutral background that will allow you to insert pops of dramatic color to give your kitchen the appeal it needs.

Come in and see me to incorporate this trend with your personal taste to make your remodel project shine!

  

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