Trends Ideas- Bathroom TV

To view the online video go to:  Trends Ideas- Bathroom TV Trends editorial director, Paul Taylor looks at Matthew Quinn and Ric Parrish’s Master Bathroom.

What Designers Know- Part 1: Breaking the Triangle: Matthew Quinn

Birthday Cake

This weekend, in the midst of family activities, I forgot that two of my friends were celebrating their birthdays.  Distracted by taking four children to a Atlanta Braves game, I let it slip my mind that I should also be celebrating my friends.  It is amazing how busy our lives now are, and how easily … Continue reading

Patricia Danzig on Radio Sandy Springs

Lee Anne Culpepper of Design Tips with Lee Anne” on Radio Sandy Springs and Martine Resnick of Martine Louise Design co-interviewed our own Patricia Danzig.  To listen to Patricia give tips on kitchen design and speak about kitchen design trends click here.

Why design matters


Great Grilling

In preparation for the 4th of July holiday weekend I decided to go to the internet to look for original ideas for outdoor grilling.  I turned to our friends at Sub-Zero and Wolf to see what they might recommend.  To my enjoyment, I discovered the “Grilling Confidential” series on the Sub-Zero and Wolf website. Sub-Zero … Continue reading

Beautiful Kitchens & Baths – Summer 2011


Outdoor Living

Memorial Day weekend approaches and friends and family begin their summer activities.  We think of picnics, pools, and patios.  The outdoors quickly becomes our living space for the next few months of hot days and warm nights. The popularity of the outdoor kitchen and living space is rising as quickly as the summer temperatures.  As … Continue reading

Peter Block Caseworks Launch

Kitchens play hide and sleek- The Wall Street Journal

Kitchens play hide and sleek High-end appliances go behind closed doors, making room for art and Web surfing. By Anjali Athavaley of The Wall Street Journal After Lisa Gilmore, 50, and her husband, Merle, became empty-nesters, the North Barrington, Ill., couple decided to renovate their kitchen and tailor it for two. Working with Chicago kitchen designer Mick de … Continue reading