Archive for the ‘Resources’ Category

About the “Resources” section!

Our belief that “the better informed the homeowner is, the better the project will turn out” is the impetus of this section.  There are literally hundreds of places in Chicagoland to buy everything from lighting to appliances, cabinets to countertops, and everything in between.  However, most of us don’t have the time (or the energy!) to go to a large number of stores, just to get ideas… 

The purpose of these sections is to give you an idea as to what is out there and available, offer up some suggestions, and possibly spark some new ideas.  We have provided you with links to manufacturers, and in many instances, brief descriptions of what they offer.  In a number of them, we have included photos, or links to their photo gallery or our Ideas page.  Scroll through the section, or simply click on one of the topics below to get started.  After all, it is your home, and you should love the end result!

          Mouldings & Other Neat Things          Windows         

Interior/Exterior Doors          Fire Safety Door Systems          Hardware         

Countertops          Ovens/Ranges           Tile          Toilet Fixtures         

Kitchen & Bath Faucets          Kitchen Sinks          Kitchen & Bath Cabinets        

 

 

Mar 25

Countertops

There are so many countertop options out there, that it will boggle your mind!  Granite to customized concrete, laminate to butcher block, tile to copper, stainless steel to soapstone  —  the colors and edge designs make each piece unique.  These materials do not need to be used solely for countertops, either!

International Elkay offers a wide range of products, including sinks, hardware, decorative surfaces and cabinetry.  Their Silestone line of solid surface countertops has an amazing assortment of textures and colors that you simply have to see to believe!  Badolato Granite, an Elkay subsidiary, offers 9 color families of granite, ranging from traditional blacks and greens, to golds and red.

Gone are the days of cheap laminate that comes in 5 or 6 colors!  While laminate is still one of the less expensive options out there, the patterns and edging available will make most people think that you have a solid or natural surface countertop.  Formica offers laminate that is textured, wood grain, and patterned metal  which will add another dimension to your space.  Formica also has a series of solid surface options that you may want to explore!

Some others to check out in the fields of solid surface and laminate countertops are:

Tommy Rock, Inc is a local company that specializes in decorative concrete  —  be it a wall, countertop, fireplace, floor, furniture, or a tree (yes, I said tree!).  The colors, designs and textures he uses are unique to your space…

Soupcan is a Chicago-based company that specialized in concrete, stainless, copper and zinc countertops.  They are located at 1500 South Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60608.  312-243-6928

Soapstone is a natural material that I personally love, and have installed in one of our bathrooms.  M. Teixeira Soapstone Company imports their soapstone from Brazil and India, and stocks a wide array of colors.  No two pieces are quite alike, and I enjoy the individual look you can achieve.   Vermont Soapstone is another recommended manufacturer that you should check out.  They do some fabulous custom pieces!

A local stone vendor named Stone City is a nice place to go and check out the feel of the various natural and solid surfaces offered above.  They carry a wide selection of granite, marble, travertine, and mosaics (stone and glass).

Craft-Art specializes in wood / butcher block countertops, as does the John Boos & Company team.  They offer a wide variety of woods such as maple, teak, black walnut, and cherry, as well as distressed and reclaimed wood.

Stainless Living specializes in stainless steel countertops, tiles, and backsplashes.

Handcrafted Metal out of Austin, Texas makes absolutely spectacular products out of copper, zinc and stainless  —  everything from sinks to tubs, hoods to countertops!  Everything is made to order according to your specifications.

Totally off the beaten path is Interlam…  They specialize in wall panels that defy description!  These design sheets can be customized to your use, however, and after looking at them, you may just think to yourself “Just WHERE could I put that?!!”

Just a few of the hundreds of colors and textures out there, and a few interesting idea’s as well …!!  (Scroll down to review an article published by This Old House that details the pro’s and con’s of each countertop type)

The Secret to Getting Great Kitchen Counters

There are more options than ever in kitchen surfaces, each with pros and cons. The biggest trend right now is stone, stone, and more stone. There are almost limitless choices in stone, all of them extremely durable. They’ll take a lot of abuse, but the cons are that they’re expensive, cold, and tough on glassware — if you drop a glass on a stone counter, your counter will be fine but the glass will break. Here’s a rundown on a few options:

ENGINEERED STONE combines the durability of granite with the colorful palette of solid surfacing. This is a good choice for homeowners who want the natural look of stone without its maintenance; it provides lots of color options and a wide cost range. Its distinct look might not be for everyone, but it’s structurally and aesthetically predictable, stain- and scratch-resistant, unfazed by heat, and unaffected by everyday acids like coffee, citrus, and vinegar.

Cost: Can range anywhere from $60 to $120 square foot installed.

NATURAL STONE, including top-of-the-line granite as well as marble, limestone, and slate, makes a wonderful style statement. It’s available in a broad range of colors, grains, finishes, and textures, which means it can work with any design scheme. Granite is heat- and stain-resistant; marble and limestone are likely to show stains and scratches. Marble is usually a better choice in an area where it will get less wear and tear. Joints will show on all natural stone counters.

Cost: Prices vary regionally, but expect to pay at least $60 to $120 per square foot depending on the type of stone, the detailing, and the complexity of the installation.

CONCRETE is a trend in kitchen surfaces; you can dye it whatever color you want or have it embedded with stones, jewels, and fossils, but be prepared, it stains and cracks.

Cost: Prices vary significantly, depending on grade and quality, complexity of the installation, detail, and finish. Expect to pay anywhere from $60 to $350 per square foot.
STAINLESS STEEL can withstand almost any abuse without rusting or discoloring. It keeps its luster, it’s easy to maintain, and it’s nonporous, so bacteria doesn’t grow on it. It’s especially good for someone looking for a hypoallergenic solution, but it’s not for neat freaks, since it shows surface abrasions, fingerprints, and smudges. Some people find its look to be cold or sterile.

COPPER has lots of character. It’s warm and beautiful, long-lasting, and nonporous, so it does not foster bacteria. It will take a lot of maintenance if you want it to look shiny all the time, as it takes time to polish. It will naturally oxidize and develop a patina over time, and like stainless steel it will scratch. Copper has extremely limited customizations options.

Cost: Stainless steel and copper are both expensive, ranging from $130 to $200 per square foot installed, or even more based on the customization, size of the project, and geographic region. Ask your contractor to line-item the installation.

CERAMIC TILE has long been a regional favorite in the west, less popular in the east. It’s highly resistant to stains and heat, and easy to repair if a damaged tile needs replacement. It’s very versatile, and counters can be made in virtually any shape. It can br high-maintenance, as the grout lines can stain and require regular cleaning. Be careful of getting fine-ground coffee between the tiles. Always buy extra when choosing tile, because manufacturers change patterns and colors often. Even seemingly common tile can be hard to find later.

Cost: Prices vary, but basic ceramic tile (4 1/4 to 6 inches square) runs about $25 to $30 per square foot installed. Expect to pay more for complicated layouts, custom touches, and specialty tiles.

SOLID SURFACING was pioneered by DuPont as Corian some 30 years ago and is is now made by half a dozen manufacturers. It’s nonporous, does not stain, and offers a large number of colors and patterns from which to choose. Installation is seamless, so there’s no place for dirt to accumulate, and it can be curved in all different ways for a customized shape. Integral sinks can be added for a completely seamless installation. Because the surface is solid, without the thin decorative layer of laminate, scorch marks, scratches, and other defects can be sanded out or repaired. It will scratch, though, so you shouldn’t cut directly on it. It’s also not heat-resistant.

Cost: It’s not cheap, ranging from $40 to $75 per square foot. It’s less expensive than engineered stone and granite, but pricier than tile.

WOOD (Butcher Block) is the original solid surface. It works with many different kitchen styles, from tradition to contemporary, but today’s trend is to mix it with other surfaces. Butcher block counters are warm, resilient, and long-wearing, and the forgiving surface is easy on your knives. Damaged areas can be scraped, sanded, and refinished to get a nearly new appearance. Wood countertops do require regular attention and ongoing applications of oil (as often as every four to eight weeks). Standing water will damage the wood and make it split or crack, so you need to mop up spills immediately. It’s not heat-resistant, and it’s vulnerable to burns. The biggest common myth about butcher block is that wood promotes bacteria, but that’s not necessarily true. The capillary action of the dry wood makes germs disappear from the surface quickly.

Cost: Premium hard-rock maple butcher block, 1 1/2 inches thick, might start at $26 per square foot uninstalled.

 

 

Mar 25

Mouldings and other neat things!

Tin Ceilings, Mouldings, Walls, Back Splashes and Other Goodies!    I got it in to my head, one late night, that I wanted to make antique looking doors for my kitchen, and that they should resemble the pie safes of old.  Traditional suppliers had a slim selection at astronomical prices for embossed tin, so I started scouring the Internet.  I came across this website and fell in love!  I sent my order in for a hodgepodge of items, and got a phone call, directly from the artist himself.  He wanted to know what I had in mind and I described my thoughts to him.  What arrived on my doorstep were pieces that he modified specifically for my project!  Since then, I have sent numerous people to him  —  his prices are VERY reasonable and his selection is huge.  Whether you decide to install a ceiling, walls, back splash, or one of those crazy and unique projects that I adore, you will enjoy working with Brian.  Brian Greer’s Tin Ceiling Company

 Moulding and Millwork Corp is another place to check out for trim ideas!  Their Photo Gallery showcases come of their recent projects, and offers an Interactive Showroom that allows you to zoom in on an area and check out options.  Crown moulding, paneling and mantel trims immediately increase the value of your home, as well as to express your own personality!                       

 Butcher Block Tables:  We all know about butcher blocks for  your kitchen, but the John Boos Company has taken it to a whole new level, by introducing butcher block topped tables

 

Really Cool Concrete Work:  Tommy Rock, Inc is a local company that specializes in decorative concrete  —  be it a wall, countertop, fireplace, floor, furniture, or a tree (yes, I said tree!).  The colors, designs and textures he uses are unique to your space…

 

Tuscan-Style Stone:  A local stone vendor named Stone City carries a wide selection of granite, marble, travertine, and mosaics (stone and glass).  They also have their Tuscany collection which is a beautiful line of cast stone products including pedestal sinks, fireplaces, and columns in a variety of designs.

1800’s Style Copper Bath Tubs!   Handcrafted Metal out of Austin, Texas makes absolutely spectacular products out of copper, zinc and stainless  —  everything from sinks to tubs, hoods to countertops!  Everything is made to order according to your specifications.

 

Cool Walls:  Totally off the beaten path is Interlam…  They specialize in wall panels that defy description!  These design sheets can be customized to your use, however, and after looking at them, you may just think to yourself “Just WHERE could I put that?!!”

Laminate is not just for counters anymore!  Until recently, when I thought of the word Laminate, visions of 1950’s-era ranch homes and countertops at your local diner popped in to mind!  These days, the uses for laminate are as boundless as your imagination  —  check these out!

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 25

Windows

Windows and skylights do more than let the light shine in to your home – they also add character and dimension, inside and out.  A solidly constructed window unit serves to maximize energy conservation by minimizing heat loss and reducing cooling needs.  Luckily, technology has worked in tandem with design, and it is now feasible to install the perfect look at a reasonable cost!  These manufacturers can provide you with many interesting ideas for your home:

Marvin          Lincoln          Integrity          Jeld-Wen          Atrium          Velux

Mar 25

Interior & Exterior Doors

There is an incredible array of Interior and Exterior doors available on the market today!  There are shapes, sizes and designs to complement every type of  space – some offer leaded glass, wrought iron, raised panels, beveled edges  —  you name it and someone makes it!   Most of these vendors also handle semi-custom or full-custom door systems.   Listed here are some vendors that will give you some great ideas: 

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Woodharbor Doors and Cabinetry Company offers beautiful interior and exterior wood doors.  In addition to their standard door lines, they provide semi-custom work. ,

Sun-Door-Co has incredible custom and ‘standard’ doors!!  Their selection of possibilities will, literally, make you want to design a room around their doors! ,Construction, Chicago builders, new home construction, renovation

Tru-Stile is another manufacturer offering unusual designs, as well as custom pieces.  Their Art Deco and Tuscan series are particularly interesting…  Construction, Chicago builders, new home construction, renovation

Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors is a name you are probably familiar with, and their product line ranges from interior/exterior doors to garage doors to windows!  They offer wood, steel, aluminum, fiberglass and vinyl products. 

Heritage Door Company is unusual in that they specialize in wood and iron doors, and offer such species as mahogany and knotty alder.  They will take your sketch or ideas, and turn it into a one-of-a-kind entrance! 

Landquist specializes in bi-fold doors, mostly commonly found on closets, laundry spaces and pantries.  In addition to standard sizes, they also offer floor to ceiling options.  Styles range from louvered to applied molding; flat one-color to paneled two-color… 

Simpson Door Company offers one of the broadest selections of pre-made interior and exterior doors out there.  You can choose from dozens of glass colors, weights and textures; 9 wood species; shapes, heights, designs and finishes.  One of my favorites, however, is their chalkboard door  —  something I would have loved to have had when the kids were little!

Signature Door offers a full line of wood, fiberglass and steel door systems, as well as unusual windows…

Benchmark is known for the quality of their fiberglass doors, while Ceco specializes in hollow metal door systems.  NextDoor offers stainless steel doors that are amazing!

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Mar 25

Ovens & Ranges

Whether you are boiling water or preparing dishes that would put the Iron Chef to shame, not only is there is a range or oven to suit your needs, but one that will reflect the personality of you and your kitchen.  There are many durable and reliable makes on the market today, such as Bosch, Kenmore, GE, ElectroluxWhirlpool, and Frigidaire, (available at Best Buy, Lowes, Menards, and Home Depot),  but the ones featured here are strictly mid to high-end.  The reason for that is simple:  they are unique, they are not what you may necessarily be accustomed to, and they are worthy of a look…! Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Our first drool-worthy designer is an exclusive French Company named Diva de Provence that manufacturers a handful of standard, custom, stand-alone (island), and commercial designs.  The color palette is amazing, and their design is a bit old-world in look.  Their Island units would make cooking for the crowd gathered in your kitchen a dream!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Viking was the brainstorm of a contractor who wanted a commercial unit for home use  —  and it paid off.  Viking is an industry leader in high-performance, high-quality units.  Whether you are looking for freestanding units, cooktops, rangetops, ovens, microwaves, warming trays, or multi-use systems  —  if it cooks, they have it!  Over the last 40 years, they have expanded into refrigerator/freezers, wine cellars, icemakers, cutlery, and appliances.  The range of product in the Outdoor line can’t be beat either, both in durability and good looks.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Thermador Design Center has created a range of products that rivals even Viking in scope:  ranges, ovens, cooktops, ventilation hoods, microwaves, warming drawers, refrigerators, and dishwashers.  Their logo says it all:  “Our Flame, Your Fire”!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Wolf has it all!  Everything from sub-zero refrigeration to integrated refrigeration systems; undercounter cooling to wine storage; induction cooking to range tops; microwaves to ventilation hoods; and everything in between, including a line of outdoor grills that will be the envy of your neighborhood!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Founded in 1683, Gaggenau is the grandfather of them all…  their longevity speaks for itself, but their vision has kept them in business.  Their Combi-Oven incorporates steam into the convenction oven, allowing you to steam, bake, broil, simmer, braise and reheat all within one unit.  In addition, they offer ovens, microwaves, cooktops, ventilation hoods, dishwashers, warming trays, and refrigerator/freezer units.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Finally, you may want to check out Hoods for your new range!  Hoods allow proper ventilation above your cooktop area, reducing grease, steam and heat flow through the kitchen.  Like your new range, there are many styles and sizes to choose from  —  vent hoods are no longer the unattractive gizmos we remember from our youth  —  some look like light fixtures and some look like a modernist sculpture!   These vendors offer an interesting array of models for you to choose from:

Best Hoods        Broan Hoods        Vent-A-Hood        Independent Hoods

I debated about whether or not to include pictures in this section, and ultimately decided against it.  The reason is simple:  Cooking, in any form, is unique, subject to the whims and mood of the person in the kitchen.  A cooking platform has so many variations and options, that token pictures don’t suffice.  This is coming, of course, from the woman who never cooked…Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

… until the day I fell in love with the run-down house that boasted a 1949 Roper Range, complete with 6 burners and 2 ovens!!   Ed still tells me I wanted the house simply because of the range —  he might just be right!  I rehabbed the entire kitchen, by myself, solely with the range in mind.  More importantly (for our kids, at least), I have cracked open the myriad of cookbooks I have, and can now put a decent meal on the table.  I am certainly not saying that a wonderful range will turn you in to a chef  —  what I am saying is that a range could very well be the singular largest appliance investment that you make  —  and you ultimately choose one because it something that you have fallen in love with…

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Mar 20

Kitchen & Bath Cabinets

Kitchen and Bath Cabinets offer limitless creative options, and reflect the personality of you and your home.  Whether you prefer clean, Modernist lines, French Provincial, Shaker, Retro, Cape Cod, Old World Italian, etc., there is a look out there!  Kitchen and Bath ‘furniture’ has also become reasonably priced recently, and is an option worth exploring.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Here are a number of sites to explore.  I have no doubt that you will come up with dozens of wonderful kitchen and bath ideas!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Wood-Mode Cabinetry               Brookhaven Cabinetry               Homecrest Cabinetry                Merillat Cabinetry               Bertch Custom               Omega               Medallion Cabinetry              Ultracraft               Schrock

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Sometimes, however, too many options are just too much to deal with.  We used Chicago Based Community Home Supply  to help us plan the kitchen layout in our first home.  Another Chicagoland based firm that we like quite a bit is Studio 41 in Lincolnwood.   Because their facilities showcase many of the brands we have listed in the Resource section, and are displayed as you would find them in your home  —  you literally are seeing dozens of kitchens and baths in one showroom!  That was helpful to us in particular, because we really liked several diverse styles!  Leslie Dorchen has 20 years of interior design and cabinet construction experience, and she utilizes that experience  to come up with amazing and workable kitchens!  She will work with you to determine the features you would like, and incorporates them into a detailed plan, allowing you to visualize your space before it is even installed.  Leslie can be contacted at (847_ 676-4767 x105 or via email at LDorchen@shopstudio41.com.

Mar 19

Toilet Fixtures

When we think about our ‘dream house’ or ‘ideal bathroom‘, one thing most of us probably don’t even think about is toilets!  But, believe it or not, toilets come in different shapes, sizes, styles and colors.   Most models are high-powered, yet conscious of water conservation.  The price point for toilets ranges from very inexpensive for basic models to pricey for uniquely designed models.  There are even toilets that have built in bidets!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

These particular manufacturers are leaders in their field, and can be counted on to produce high quality, durable products in a range of prices. Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

TotoUSA is the premier design and manufacturing firm of water conservation units, producing units that use as little as 1.28 gallons per flush.  Their Washlet Series has a built in bidet, air dryer, heated seats and an air purifier!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

American Standard is an industry staple of bath and kitchen products.  They have over 100 styles of toilets, including one that is a corner mount, and prices range from $139 to several thousand dollars. Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Duravit offers many unique toilet, basin, bath and shower units, ranging from traditional to modernist in look.  In addition, they offer lovely wall hung toilets, enabling you to make the most of a small space.  For a quick look at the product they have to offer, you can scroll through their Press Release Photo section  —  you are sure to find something that you like there!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Jado/Porcher carries a full selection of bathroom products, including toilets, incredible wash basins, and bathroom furniture.   My favorite is their collection of claw foot tubs!Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

This Washlet Series  model, below, is a combination toilet/bidet!  It is produced by TotoUSA and was described earlier in more detail  …

                                               washlet_s4001    neorest_6001

 

 

 

Mar 18

Tile

I will be the first to admit that shopping for tile is one of my favorite parts of the home building process, but it can also be one of the most overwhelming  —  there are just SO many choices!!  You have fallen in love with at least a dozen different styles, colors and textures, but you have only a handful of walls or floors that you actually want to tile, right?  Well, the bottom line is that tile is not just for floors, walls or back-splashes anymore!  You can use virtually any tile to create unique designs as inlays on coffee tables, mirror frames, garden pots, outdoor furniture, etc…  Smaller pieces can be turned into knobs, accents on bowls, pots or lighting fixtures  —  you are only limited by your imagination!   Another route to go would be to create your own unique look by incorporating a variety of different pieces to accent a wall or back splash, and depending on the piece, you could create a custom inlay for your floor or countertop.  Several manufacturers showcased their tile in mosaic form at the April 2009 Coverings show —  gorgeous renditions of paintings, ancient Greek and Aztex patterns, and modernist designs that would be the focal point for an entire space.   There are even tiles specifically designed for use in concrete walkways  —  the sky is the limit when it comes to uses for this versatile product.

 There are so many looks, personal preferences, colors, and vendors  out there that it is literally impossible to give a comprehensive listing here.  What I have done is simply provide you with some artisans and manufacturers who are a bit more off the beaten path.  There are also a handful of artists who encourage you to pick on of their designs and come up with your own color scheme  — the end result if the perfect complement to your vision.  Some of the images have amazing detail  —  click on them to open and view them in a larger format, and then hit the back button to view more.  See what you think of these…!

Adagio Art Glass   Agora Surfaces  Aguayo    Bear Creek Bronze

Campania Italy    Settecento    T.U.C. Corporation    Primestone  Tuscany Stone          cercantile          Accents Con Agua

Terramar Inc          Bellavita Tile          InterStyle Ceramic & Glass

Original Mission Tile          Milstone Marble from Jerusalem

       

    

                  

Mar 17

Kitchen and Bath Faucets

Just as Hardware is the jewelry for your door systems, Faucets play the same role for kitchen sinks and bath systems.  There is a dizzying array of options, in all price ranges.  Choosing a modern faucet with a traditional tub or sink, for instance, puts a very different spin on the entire look!   Take a peek at some of these manufactures, and I will bet that you will find one that literally jumps out at you…Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Dornbracht is a high-end designer who specializes in clean lines and a more modern look.  They carry a number of mid-priced options that reflect their design style as well.  Their products have been showcased in numerous magazines.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

In business since 1901, Hansgrohe continues to design and manufacture innovative, gorgeous and affordable products.  Unlike many manufacturers, they have not diversified.  Rather, they continue to excel if their chosen areas of kitchen, bath and shower design.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Jado/Porcher speciality is faucets, period!  They are one of a few who carry antiqued copper, and offer kitchen sink, prep, bathroom sinks, shower, tub, bidet, and bar faucets to complement any decor and taste, ranging from victorian to Cape Cod, futuristic to whimsical.Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Known for their tri-flo filtered faucets, Rohl was responsible for introducing pull-out faucets to the market.  This family owned company has expanded globally, and offer a wonderful range of beautiful and efficient kitchen , bath and shower products.  Styles and finishes are varied, but all are beautiful. Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

American Standard has been an industry staple for more than 130 years  —  and with good reason!  They have continuously provided high-end quality at an affordable price.  Their Bath and Kitchen offerings are wide-ranging, and you may just find something here that you didn’t even know that you wanted!  Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Grohe was established almost 80 years ago in Germany, and continues to offer top quality products.  Bath faucets, kitchen faucets and shower systems are their speciality, and their lifetime guarantee reflects the confidence they have in each and every product produced.  Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

Swiss based Franke Corporation  offers a complete of line of primarily high-end beverage station and kitchen system products, although a number of their offerings are quite reasonable.  They have a great selection of faucets for you to look at!  Clover construction, Chicago contractors, renovation, new homes, kitchen, bathroom,

International Elkay offers a wide range of products, including sinks, faucets, decorative surfaces and cabinetry.  Their Silestoneline of countertops has an amazing assortment of textures and colors that you simply have to see to believe!  Cl

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