A new wave

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - HOMES -

As I men­tioned, there are al­ways new prod­ucts show­ing up in kitchens and bath­rooms, and coun­ter­tops are boast­ing ma­chined sur­faces de­vised from stain­less steel, ce­ment, wood and tiles. Each is unique and in­ter­est­ing, but they all re­quire spe­cial con­sid­er­a­tions. Sealed edges, wa­ter­proof fin­ishes and mildew-resistant grout­ing must be ap­plied for th­ese fin­ishes to be func­tional in your high-ac­tion spa­ces. With all of the op­tions avail­able, you will need to con­sider your bud­get and pref­er­ences, and main­te­nance of each op­tion. Nat­u­ral stone and quartz are lead­ers in kitchen coun­ters, with solid fin­ishes close be­hind. Pow­der rooms and master suites also show off nat­u­ral stone and quartz, but the softer ef­fect of solid or man­u­fac­tured stone for sec­ondary baths is very popular. Ques­tion: I am re­mod­elling a bed­room for our new baby (due in Fe­bru­ary). Could I put pic­ture frame mould­ing around the bed­room door and bi-fold clos­ets to add some in­ter­est? They are

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