What Lies Beneath…

January 31st, 2018

One of the most important considerations in designing a new or renovated kitchen is what lies beneath everything else.  That’s the flooring – and there are many choices and considerations in choosing what’s right for you.  Houzz.com takes a look at the pros and cons of five popular kitchen flooring materials, including hardwood, tile, travertine, laminate and vinyl Read More...

Countertop Color: What’s Right for You?

November 21st, 2017

Photo by Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling - More kitchen ideas Designing your kitchen is something you just need to get right. After all, cabinets and countertops are not something you can change easily once installed. Material is important, but what’s even more critical to your design aesthetic is the color Read More...

Spotlight On: Century Kitchens

November 8th, 2016

When you purchase a Sal Paone Builder home, you can look forward to a residence crafted by the finest artisans. Nowhere is this more important than in the creation of the kitchen, a space that is truly the heart of home. Our partner in designing and building incredible kitchens is Century Kitchens, a company known for innovative product design, distinctive finishes and superb attention to detail Read More...

Recipe for a Perfect Kitchen

May 27th, 2016

Whether you love to cook this memorial day – or just love to eat what the family cook whips up – the kitchen is where appetites and families come together.   That’s why Sal Paone Builders puts so much time and attention into kitchen design, amenities and appliances in our new home communities Read More...

Put a Holiday Shine on Your Range and Oven

December 16th, 2015

Cooking up a storm for the holidays? Then a holiday clean up is in your future too. If your “self-cleaning” oven means you need to clean it yourself, you’ll appreciate these tips for making fast work of this kitchen chore. Bonnie McCarthy, writing for Houzz, offers ideas for adding a holiday shine to your kitchen and making your own cleansers from household products like baking soda, vinegar and cream of tartar Read More...