“People often have ideas of how to make their homes better, but they’ve been in the same house for so long, they can’t see all the possible options. That’s where we come in.”
Darker, moodier colors seem to be catching on. Mattison sees a lot of emerald and deep teal being used in kitchens, especially for islands, like the Deep Sea Dive by Sherwin-Williams on the island in this St. Louis kitchen by Jennifer Chapman Designs.
That happy, young couple on TV just got their dream kitchen in less than a week, and it only cost $10,000. You’re sold!
That is, until reality hits you square in the face once the actual quotes start rolling in from contractors. What gives? The time and cost aren’t even close to what you’ve seen on those “reality” shows.