As you know from watching my TV shows, I do a lot of kitchen and bath makeovers and use different countertop materials. Today, I am excited to introduce the LG Hausys HI-MACS and Viatera surface material lines for all of your kitchen and bath projects.
The HI-MACS line consists of beautifully engineered acrylic countertop materials. The Viatera brand consist of quartz or engineered stone which LG Hausys is proudly manufacturing in the United States.
Throughout the year, I'll share beautiful kitchen and bath designs and ideas using the HI-MACS and Viatera products. I hope you'll enjoy this website and find inspiration for your own design plans.
As always, I believe that the essence of good design is its ability to sustain long term integrity - to become classic and create a truly captivating home. These beautiful products will help achieve that goal.
Cheers and I wish you all a Happy New Year.
Article: Mid-Century Makeover
My challenge was to design a modern kitchen/dining area that's perfect for entertaining while paying homage to the love of mid-century design.
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Article: Fashion-Forward Farmhouse Kitchen
The kitchen needed a complete makeover to become the functional and fashion-forward entertaining center that also served as Johns home office and occasional sleeping spot.
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Article: Lofty Ambitions
Nalini wanted it all - a mix of old and new from traditional flooring, exposed posts, ceiling pipes to brand-new appliances. The ultimate downtown loft conversion was a kitchen away.
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Article: Two Cooks in the Kitchen
Every morning, the Christie family squeezed into the cramped kitchen and breakfast area. Thanks to a smart planning that converted a small amount of unused space, the family moves smoothly throughout the newly reconfigured kitchen.
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Article: Coffee Talk Kitchen
Every week moms in the neighborhood gather for a cup of coffee in Debbie?s 1960s kitchen. Unfortunately the kitchen was stuck in a 1960s time wrap, with avocado-green cabinets and laminate countertops, fluorescent lighting, and ugly acoustic ceiling tile. Plus the windows were old and wouldn?t open. Finally, the kitchen would have actually been bigger if there wasn?t a partial wall dividing the space in half.
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Article: Hardworking Kitchen
An outdated kitchen is transformed to serve double duty for a family and a food business!
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Article: Glass Act
Everyone dreams of owning a luxurious spa bathroom in their home, but how? Candice began this attic transformation by gutting the space, and then dividing it into three zones: a bedroom, dressing area and master bathroom. Peek into Candice's design solution for Tony and Sasha.
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