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Rock Your Kitchen Renovation with a Wine Rack

kitchen wine rackOne trend we have noticed is the addition of a wine rack for kitchen renovations. There is just something about the presence of multiple wine bottles stored in a rack that exudes sophistication and luxury. We know of a few good ways to incorporate a wine rack for the kitchen that doesn’t require much space.

4 Ways of Remodeling a Kitchen with a Wine Rack

1. Add a Rack in the Kitchen Island

Some kitchen islands come with a wine rack on the end. Others come with a refrigerated cooler built into the island. These often have a glass door that makes the bottles clearly visible. If you add an overhead glass rack and stools, the entire island takes on the look and function of a miniature bar.

2. Add a Wine Rack in Lieu of a Glass Cabinet

It’s a common design style to place a glass cabinet in the dining room for displaying items like expensive china and silverware. Opt instead for a ceiling-high wine rack.

3. Replace the Cabinet with a Rack

Some cabinets come with a built-in wine rack. Cabinet refacing may also include redoing an existing cabinet by removing and replacing an upper or lower part with a rack.

4. Add a Vertical Wine Rack

Vertical wine racks store the bottle with its side facing out. This is a nicer way of displaying and giving attention to individual bottles. Most vertical wine racks are wall-mounted. We especially prefer this type of rack in an open-floor home. You can place it right on the section of the wall where the living room ends and the kitchen begins.

We Supply the Rack; You Supply the Bottles

Call DreamMaker of Walnut Creek to have your kitchen renovated. We also do commercial remodeling and have installed wine racks for bars and VIP lounges. A kitchen with a wine rack creates an elegant look that’s suitable even if you’re not a collector or connoisseur.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Kitchen Remodeling for a Wine Cellar-Inspired Look

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Cabinet Hardware: Knowing Your Knobs and Pulls

cabinet hardwareWhen you update your kitchen or bathroom, it’s likely you’ll install new cabinets. Picking or designing the right cabinets is important, but it’s not all you’ll need to do. In fact, when it comes to kitchen and bathroom makeovers, the details are often the most important parts of the process. What details are there in cabinetry, you ask? In the case of cabinets, either stock or custom, the selection of hardware can make or break your remodeling project. To help you pick the absolute best knobs and pulls for your cabinets, here are a few tips.

Identify Your Style

The first thing you should do when picking out your cabinet hardware is identify your personal style. Are you someone who likes to match, or does a little contrast in your life excite you? Talk to your remodeling contractor about your personal style preferences, so he or she can find options to suit it.

Use What You Have

Regardless of whether you like it funky or formula, a good tactic is to use what you already have as inspiration. Use the colors in your kitchen or bathroom, lighting fixtures, or countertop material as a base and go from there. Your remodeling company should be able to offer a variety of choices.

Shop Around

Don’t make the mistake of selecting the first intriguing cabinet knob or pull you see. Take some time to shop around. This ensures you end up with something you really like and will be happy with for years to come.

Ready to Pick the Perfect Cabinet Hardware?

Don’t settle for “just alright” when it comes to your kitchen or bathroom update. Picking out or designing the cabinets is important, but don’t waste the valuable opportunity to go a step further by taking the time to pick the right hardware too. Ready to start finalizing your bathroom or kitchen update? Contact DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen at Walnut Creek today to begin discussing your project. Visit our website to learn more about our company and the many remodeling services we offer, including kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, safety and mobility remodeling, and cabinet refacing. You can also call us at (925) 239-4200 with questions or to schedule a consultation.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Cabinet Hardware Installation

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Remodeling ContractorHave you been wanting to update your kitchen, or have you been meaning to do a bathroom makeover? Keeping your home looking good is a priority for most homeowners, especially if there’s a chance it might go back on the market someday. If your home has work that needs to be done, you’ll need a good remodeling contractor to help. Finding the right contractor for the job is no simple task, however. With so many companies out there, it’s hard to know which ones are reliable and which ones aren’t. Here are four tips to help you find a quality remodeling contractor for your project.

  1. Ask for Help

First, know that you don’t have to find a remodeling contractor by yourself. In fact, the absolutely best way to find a good contractor is by asking for help. Talk with your friends and neighbors to see if they have any individuals or companies that they could recommend.

  1. Hit the Books

Okay, so maybe not literal books … but researching a possible remodeling company is really important. Even if you receive a number of recommendations from others, take the time to do a little digging on each of them before settling on one.

  1. Read Reviews and Testimonials

Reviews and testimonials offer great insight into how previous customers feel about their experience. Take them seriously. Read as many reviews on a given company as possible. If you have trouble finding feedback, give the contractor a call and has for references.

  1. Take Your Time

Don’t ever feel like you need to rush through the process of finding a contractor. Do it right so you know you’ll be getting the service and quality that you deserve.

Find a Reliable Home Remodeling Contractor Today!

If you’re ready to start your remodeling project right away, let DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen at Walnut Creek help. Our company offers a wide variety of quality construction and remodeling services, including kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, safety and mobility remodeling, cabinet refacing and much more. For more information, visit our website or call (925) 239-4200 to speak with a representative.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Home Remodeling Contractors

Serving customers in Walnut Creek, Concord, Moraga and Danville. We also serve Lafayette, Orinda, Berkeley, Moraga, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Benicia, Pittsburg, Antioch, Brentwood, Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon, Danville and Alamo

Tuxedo CabinetsMany home design trends for 2017 consist of renovations that became popular during the latter half of 2016. Tuxedo cabinets are one such design that recently rose to prominence. This design incorporates a color combination for cabinets that is in high demand for both contemporary and country-style kitchen remodeling.

What Are Tuxedo Cabinets?

A tuxedo style is a simple cabinet refacing design. In it the lower cabinets are painted black or another dark color, while the upper cabinets receive a white hue. In any case, the main idea is having dark lower cabinets and light-colored upper cabinets.

Tuxedo cabinets are pretty straightforward, though you should feel free to play around with the concept and color options. You may opt for the traditional tuxedo concept: black for all lower cabinets, including the kitchen island; the upper cabinets are egg-white. This is a safe option if you feel non-neutral colors are too bold for your taste.

Other homeowners have opted for a tone-on-tone color scheme. This may include something like dark ultramarine blue for the ground-level cabinets and a light Columbia blue for the uppers. For a less distinct contrast, choose shades that are closer together, such as a light gray and dark white combination.

You can even take the concept further and choose matching colored appliances. A black fridge and stove will match nicely with the lower cabinets, while a built-in white microwave complements the contrast of the upper cabinets.

Tuxedo Cabinets for the Bathroom

Although tuxedo cabinets work best in kitchen makeovers, you can also apply the concept in bathrooms. It’s not that common for bathrooms to have both lower and upper cabinets. If yours does, however, then the tuxedo design is just as applicable for bathroom remodeling.

We Do Tuxedo-Style Cabinets

Contact DreamMaker of Walnut Creek to upgrade your kitchen with the latest trends. Tuxedo cabinets are currently the “in” thing, and we can create this popular style for your cabinetry.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Tuxedo Cabinet Designs and More

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Granite Countertops for KitchensWhen buying a house, sometimes it’s necessary to settle for certain things with the idea that you can update them later. This often happens with kitchens. Are you’re finally upgrading to the kitchen of your dreams? What are your must-haves and what might you be able to do without? If you haven’t done so already, make sure you add granite countertops to the top of your list. A kitchen makeover would simply be lacking without them! Here are several reasons why installing granite countertops in your kitchen should absolutely be part of your next home remodeling project.

  1. Granite Countertops are Highly Sanitary

Kitchens are where you prepare meals for you and your family, so keeping them clean is often a top priority. One of the main reasons granite makes such a good countertop material for kitchens is that it’s non-porous. This means it’s easy to clean and bacteria can’t hide on its smooth surface. This quality also makes granite an ideal material for bathroom updates.

  1. Granite Counters are Incredibly Attractive

In addition to being highly sanitary, granite countertops are also very pretty to look at. If you’re hoping to impress your friends and family with your shiny new kitchen, they’re sure to be impressed with granite countertops. What’s more, you’ll cerrtainly find a design you love. Ask your contractor for help locating the perfect piece for your space.

  1. Natural Stone is Extremely Sellable

While the fact that you’re planning and creating your dream kitchen is a pretty clear indication that you don’t plan to sell your home anytime soon, it’s never a bad idea to invest in your own property. Who knows, you could decide to upgrade homes soon, too! Granite countertops will not only increase the worth of your home, but they will make a great selling point for your realtor.

Agree That Your Kitchen Needs Granite Countertops?

If you agree that your dream kitchen just wouldn’t be right without the addition of granite countertops, make installing them a priority. You’ll want the help of a professional contracting company like DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Contra Costa. We can assist you in selecting and installing the perfect granite countertops for you kitchen. Remodeling more than just your kitchen? We can help! We offer a variety of quality contracting services, including kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, cabinet refacing, safety and mobility, and general contracting. Visit our website for additional information about our company or call (925) 239-4200 to schedule a free consultation.


Granite Countertops for Kitchens in Walnut Creek, CA

Serving customers in Walnut Creek, Concord, Moraga and Danville. We also serve Lafayette, Orinda, Berkeley, Moraga, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Benicia, Pittsburg, Antioch, Brentwood, Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon, Danville and Alamo

update the bathroomPart of being a good homeowner is knowing when it’s time to update the kitchen and bathroom. Unfortunately, there’s no magical “update me” light that appears when it’s time to call a remodeling contractor. There’s no clear guideline for timely home renovations. However, as one of the most frequently used rooms in your home, it’s a good idea to update the bathroom somewhat regularly. When deciding if the time is right for your bathroom makeover, consider these four factors.

  1. How Old Your Bathroom Looks

Bathrooms see a significant amount of traffic, so it’s not uncommon to see minor signs of wear. One good sign that it’s time to call a remodeling contractor is that your bathroom has really started to show its age. If you have flaking paint, a discolored tub, or broken tiles, it’s probably time for an update.

  1. How Your Bathroom Compares to Other Rooms

Have you updated other rooms in your home? If you’ve been busy working in other spaces and unconsciously neglected your bathroom, you might notice a stark difference in style and/or functionality. Speak with a remodeling company to find out how to give your home a cohesive and fluid feeling.

  1. How Your Bathroom Functions

Functionality is imperative, especially for such an important room in your home. If you and your family prefer showers to bathtubs or need a double vanity to make your morning routine easier, consider updating the bathroom. Impaired function is a clear sign it’s time for a remodel.

  1. How Soon You Plan to Sell

Buyers love to see newly renovated bathrooms. In fact, the state of a bathroom can literally make or break an open house tour. If you’re planning to sell your home soon, it’s a good idea to update the bathroom now, so it shows better.

Think It’s Time to Update Your Bathroom?

If you think it might be time to update the bathroom, you’ll need to find a reliable home remodeling contractor to help. Contact DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen at Walnut Creek today to start discussing your project. For more information about DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, visit our website or call us directly at (925) 239-4200. We make your project our priority and offer a variety of services, including kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, safety and mobility remodeling, and cabinet refacing. Don’t wait to call; we’re standing by to make your dream bathroom a reality!

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Update the Bathroom

Serving Walnut Creek, Concord, Moraga and Danville. We also serve Lafayette, Orinda, Berkeley, Moraga, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Benicia, Pittsburg, Antioch, Brentwood, Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon, Danville and Alamo

In this day and age, building materials, labor and just about everything seems to be raising in cost. Building a new home is nice, but the price seems to be doubling daily to do so. Why not just look at the beauty and character already established and embrace the past? Your style taste can always update the interior, so here are a few reasons to buy or keep a Mid-century home.

1. Sloped roofs add drama and are practical.

Pitched roofs are the roofs that range from a slight to drastic slope. They naturally do not accumulate snow because it slides off. They require smaller structural members and do not retain water at all, keeping the house watertight! From a design viewpoint, the roofline can be built to accentuate the topography pf the area, whether it be pointing skyward or perfectly nestled into the trees.

2. Architecture can be a natural climate control.

Yes, you heard correctly. Architecture can be a natural climate control. Hello, lower utility bills! In the 1950s, it was normal to not have an air conditioner and retaining heat in the winter was key. These houses were structured to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter with very little help. Windows are usually placed on the southern walls with overhangs that create shadows like a brim on a hat. This allows the windows to remain cool in the summer and guide warmth into the home during the winter months. It is also normal for the homes to have doors on opposing walls to create air flow through rooms or the house has whole house fans that help create air flow! This also will lower your carbon footprint, if you live a green lifestyle.

3. Straightforward layouts create interest and understanding.

The layout of these homes is divided into “zones.” Due to this type of layout, it is easy to see and understand the architect’s thought process in building. It essentially guides you in decorating and makes it easy to pick out where everything was meant to be placed. Large open spaces are a norm in this style of home which allows for large spaces to entertain and create continuity. If you have a wall of windows, make sure to use the wall as a focal point.

4. Simple materials provide more creative flexibility.

This is so true. In the 1950s, builders used mainly aluminum and wood siding. Building materials have come a long way since then. Opt for cement board, plastic or PVC. All of these are durable and have a painted finish that is easy to maintain. Most likely, you will be giving the siding a fresh coat of paint to go with your sense of style. Make sure the materials beneath it are just as durable for an easy upkeep. 

5. Minimal frills can accentuate details you might want to otherwise hide.

The staircase, usually in the main entryway, is not an easy thing to hide; especially, when they are free-standing. The craftsman made the staircase as a way to show off their craftsmanship and the latest trends in new materials for the time. Embrace this structural piece of art, and you will learn to love it.


Single-walled kitchens come into play in small homes or apartments and open-plan kitchens. Here are a few tips in making the most of your single-walled kitchen.

Embrace a Sociable Layout: The Single-Wall Kitchen is the epitome of a social layout. There are no added walls, which opens up the space for entertaining. Although a single-wall kitchen allows one person to cook at a time, it still allows others to access it. Make sure to keep this in mind when choosing furniture for the kitchen and accommodating your lifestyle!

Make it Efficient: Space is limited in this type of kitchen so planning out every detail is imperative. In a single-walled kitchen, usually, the fridge is on the far end of the kitchen run. The sink is located next to the fridge with counter space on either side. Beneath the counter, is the dishwasher and more storage space. On the far side of this, the oven and cooktop are located with ample counter space for safe food preparation with more storage beneath. Maybe you want to include tall cabinets to bookend the kitchen. Just makes sure that your layout makes sense to you because you are the one that will be using it daily.

Use a Standard Run of Cabinets: Just like in any other kitchen, you will want to include overhead cabinetry. This will create more space to store anything and everything that you need in your kitchen. Do not worry if this run of cabinets goes the entire length of the wall. This is normal. Be aware that if you wish to include a vent-a-hood, this is where it will be placed.

Mixed Shelving: You may not want a run of cabinets to span the entire length of the wall because design-wise you find it going against your aesthetic taste. Have no fear! There are other alternatives to breaking up this span of cabinets. Consider mixing in some open shelving or have shelving on the wall to the right or the left of the kitchen, making it décor with a purpose.

Bridged Upper Cabinets: Talk about adding storage space and utilizing every little inch of the kitchen. Bridged upper cabinets usually have tall cabinets on either side and cabinets that are placed on top of your other cabinets. If you want, make the upper cabinets stick out a little bit farther than the other run of cabinets to create a layered, sunken effect that adds depth to your kitchen. The cabinets come in an assortment of materials and colors, which makes it easy to find a run of bridge cabinets that will fit with the other cabinets you have.

Make sure to store items that are less used and get a cute foldaway footstool to access the items in those cabinets.

Max Out Storage: With a limited amount of cabinet space available, getting creative with other storage options is a must! Consider making your pantry larger to accommodate more items and maybe even a few countertop appliances. Add an island into the layout of your kitchen and place cabinets underneath. Get creative with your storage because the sky is the limit…or maybe the ceiling in this case.

Choose Appliances Wisely: Selecting appliances for a single-walled kitchen should not be a chore and you should not have to compromise. Lucky for you, appliance companies are designing their appliances for small, compact spaces. There is a plethora of compact dishwashers, compact ovens, microwave ovens and warming drawers. If you are going to have an open-plan arrangement, make sure that your appliances run quietly to reduce objections from those who are watching TV or reading in the spaces that connect to the kitchen area.

Add an Island: An island is a good way to add more storage space, increase your counter space and create more seating if needed. If you plan one well, it will accent the kitchen.

Rolling into 2016 and you want to stay on top of the latest trends? Here you will find simple ideas and ways to keep your house looking sharp no matter what your budget is. Make sure to look at our Pinterest Look books to see these ideas in full swing to help you think of fun ways to incorporate these trends!

1. The “Glamily” Room:

What is a Glamily room you ask? Well it is the newest hybrid of the family room: Glamorous yet still a family room. There is no reason why such a popular room in your house should be drab.

Yes, your dog will be running around, your husband will be watching football with a cold one and your kids will be eating Doritos while they watch their favorite movies with their friends, but have no fear. Glamour should not be lost and neither will your sanity.

Pair up fabrics that are durable, but still beautiful with unique pieces of furniture and amazing silhouettes to still retain beauty in such a fun, popular room.

2. Monthly Club:

Monthly clubs seem to be all the rage right now. Whether it is samples, wines, or beauty products, it makes getting the mail a little bit more fun because it will not only be bills and advertisements.

The monthly clubs are not just restricted to the above. Recently, there have been clubs created for bouquets, artisan goods from around the world and surprises for your pets!

3. Boutique Showrooms:

Boutique showrooms are wonderful hidden gems within the design world. These local startups are a treasure trove of original one-of-a-kind pieces ranging from furniture to textiles.

Take the time to go and peruse these places even if you are just trying to gain some inspiration as you move forward. You may just see something that you can do yourself for the fraction of the cost or something that you cannot live without.

4. Bed Linens with Pizzazz:

Open up your hope chest and pull put your favorite quilt that was made by your grandmother because they are fully in and white bed sheets are out!

Mix and match fun patterns to make your room more interesting and unique. The sky is the limit on this one.

5. Pretty Pendants:

You have seen these lights hanging in all the trendy new restaurants and residences. They are the trendy, new chandelier for 2016. These fixtures come in all sorts of shapes, colors and sizes. You will find one that suits your taste and will seamlessly fit into your existing décor without breaking the bank.

Make sure to hit up places like World Market, Hobby Lobby and Pinterest to help in your quest to find the perfect pendant.

6. Perky Pedestals:

Add some height into your house by adding a pedestal into the décor. These are perfect for adorning even your tiniest of corners.

They come in a variety of styles and materials and are perfect to house your favorite house plant, vase, sculpture or cat. Keep your eyes open for a unique piece that will add to your pre-existing aesthetic.

7. Return of the Desk:

2016 is kicking everyone off of their "home office" bed and onto a desk.

These new desks are no longer the large bulky oak desks that seem to weigh a million pounds, but more of a piece of high-gloss art. So, run to Ikea and find the perfect desk for you and dress it up with fun lamps and colorful textiles and pillows for your chair. The more unique your new home office is the better.

Remember that this is your space to be productive so, try and tailor your decoration to this idea.

8. Traditional Tableware:

Yes, you read that right, Traditional tableware. Pull out your grandmother’s china, gravy boats, footed bowls and silver from the crates in the garage and shine them up and dust them off.

Create beautiful tablescapes by intermixing the old with the new. The pieces that are found in the traditional tablescape are beautiful and have intriguing patterns that will liven up any meal while bringing back memories of your childhood.

9. Mixed Metals:

Mix and match metals like no other. As long as it has a metal sheen, mix them. Metal sconces, metal wall art, metallic fabrics, use them all. Bringing in and combing multiple types of metals, textures and natural elements in any home will create a sophisticated look that seems effortlessly put together.

Keep your eyes peeled for that show stopping piece that will not break the bank!

10. Fabric Wall Art:

Forget wallpaper, we now have wall fabric and Robert Allen is paper-backing nearly all of its textiles for a flat fee. There is definitely at least one fabric that will catch your eye and when added to a room will easily turn into a conversation starter.

You are not limited to using unique fabrics on walls. Simply re-cover your favorite seats and ottomans for an update that is as simple as pulling out a few staples from a piece of wood. Your house can be changed significantly for a low price.

11. A Delft Touch:

 Have you heard of Delft? Delft pottery is from 17th-century Holland and uses dark blues and whites to create images of charming country life. These pieces can be found online and in antique stores across the nation.

Buy one or two pieces to spruce up your room or find look alikes to get more for your buck. Keep in mind that if you do buy real Delft pottery that it is extremely collectable.

12. Better Sleep:

Sleep is a natural part of any life-cycle and boy, has the technology come far for this art form.

Have you heard about the new mattresses that help cool your body as you sleep? How about the headrest that incorporates airflow technology with a memory foam pillow? Or the pillow that is specially made for the sleepers who move around all night in their dreamland?

If you are in the market for some new bedding, make sure to see what has come out recently to help you sleep better at night and to wake fully rested in the morning.

13. Guatemalan Fabrics:

Aztec patterns are out and Guatemalan hand-made fabrics are in. These brightly colored weavings all are the rage and nothing is better than getting handcrafted pieces of art to decorate your house with.

They will add a bohemian feel to any room. Find them in pillows, throws, wall hangings or even coasters.

14. Consignment Now:

Trying to find a unique piece that no one has? Go the consignment or thrift shop route. Not only can you buy from some of these places, but you can also sell pieces there. If you happen to have a piece that you no longer want, call up your local consignment store and see if they can help you find a new home for your old furniture so you can clear space for new!

Always remember that upcycling is in. If you find a piece at a garage sale or thrift store and it needs a new paint coat or you want to switch out the drawer pulls, look no further than your local home improvement store!


The National Kitchen & Bath Association announced at its annual conference last week that transitional kitchens are currently the top kitchen design. Trends that the NKBA expects to see in kitchens in 2016 include:

  • Transitional style

  • Gray, white and off-white cabinets

  • Pull-outs, tilt-outs and tilt-ins for storage space

  • Wood flooring

  • Quartz and granite countertops

  • Outdoor kitchens

  • Built-in coffee stations and wet bars

  • Pocket doors

  • Special pet spaces

  • Docking and charging stations

Along with the three most popular kitchen styles -- transitional, traditional and contemporary -- industrial and farmhouse kitchens are becoming favorable. The kitchen designs hold a different charm, but have all proved to be functional.

The NKBA discovered neutral colors are still preferred in kitchens, but using two or more colors has increased since 2015. This includes using multiple colored cabinets or choosing a separate material for the countertop rather than matching the surrounding counter space. By following this trend, people are adding multiple textures and colors that attract attention in the kitchen.

Outdoor kitchens continue to be a growing trend, specifically in the Southeast United States. The outdoor entertainment areas have caught on with those seeking to integrate nature and cooking together.

Not only are homeowners spoiling themselves with their kitchens, but pets are benefitting as well. Special storage space for pet food and toys, feeding stations or under-counter crate areas are often preferred in the pet lovers’ home.

As trends change over time, we are seeing one thing in particular: homeowners are being met with more options to make their kitchens efficient and attractive at the same time. We look forward to seeing the kitchen designs of 2016.

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