Kitchen and Bath Design Blog

Kitchen Remodeling Contractors in Baton Rouge: Quartz vs. Granite Countertops

Cloth or leather?  Paper or plastic? Digital or vinyl?  We have a lot of options when it comes to the types of materials we use and prefer for different purposes.  Be it the interior of your car, your grocery bag, or how you enjoy your favorite...

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The Next Generation Assumes Ownership at Acadian House

Since 1979, Mike and Kathy Simoneaux have been building a business that serves the Baton Rouge community through thoughtful design and quality work. After 38 years in the business, the husband and wife duo have decided to hang up their hardhats...

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Bathroom Design Trends: AIO Mirrors

It is fun to think about what a house will be able to do in the future. Will the walls change colors with your mood? Will the refrigerator place your grocery order? Will the bed make itself? While those features may not be exactly a reality, we...

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Let’s get real: Rethink your renovation to manage expectations

by CHRISTINA LEO, InRegister

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Rebuilding Baton Rouge: Focus Shifts from Cleanup to Construction (InRegsiter)

For hours, Kristie Overstreet and her family carried what they could upstairs: picture frames, small pieces of furniture, rugs, books, family heirlooms. They emptied under beds, picked up closet floors and stacked chairs on countertops to keep as...

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5 Reasons to Renovate

Our Acadian House Kitchen & Bath designers work with many homeowners  involved in the great debate: “Should we stay in our current home and renovate or list the home and move on?”

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Makeover House #2 - 545 Autumn Oak Drive

Our second makeover house is in Live Oaks Estates and is the home of an  Acadian House designer.

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Makeover Home #1 - 921 Woodstone Drive

Our two home makeovers are in the final stretch.  Here's the skinny on the Woodstone House.

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Announcing the 2016 Color of the Year - Alabaster

Sherwin Williams describes Alabaster as a color for a time of interconnected commotion and overstimulation. This year’s color offers a sense of personal solace and revival to weary minds and our team could not agree more. Alabaster provides a...

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Improving Your Home’s Resale Value: Team Success Story

Recently our very own Angela sold her house. It was the best kind of sale because she sold it for more than the neighborhood asking price and nearly $100,000 over what she paid for it. She sold it on Facebook with back-up buyers.

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