Sushi Class at Coast Design

We hosted our first cooking class with Chef Allie in the Coast Design showroom on Saturday and it was a huge success! We will be holding classes monthly (or possibly more often) so please contact us if you're interested in attending a future cooking class. Classes are open to anyone and will be held on Friday or Saturday nights at our showroom in Mobile, Alabama. 

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1. Daniel wrote:
I'd say this order:First, paint colors. The walls are going to be the larsegt surface areas and, therefore, the most "controlling" factor when choosing your other things.Second, floors as they are the second larsegt surface areas.Third, window treatments.Unfortunately, they are all inter-related and it'll be hard to pick things in such an orderly fashion. My wife and I remodelled our entire downstairs three years ago and I can't tell you how many paint samples we tried before we settled on the ones we chose.You may find it helpful to choose "themes". For instance in the kitchen, choose a few different combinations of wall, floor and countertop colors. Get samples, bring them home and try to visualize what the room would look like.Its not easy, we fought, agonized and any other emotion you can think of when we did this. But when all was said and done, we couldn't have been happier. Take your time, remain calm and try not to get too overwhelmed.Good Luck!

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 11:44 AM

2. Alen wrote:
i strongly diesarge with many of the answers here you should choose your flooring and other "unchangeables" first. who knows what your preferences may be in a few years! you should "build" your house first. this way, you give yourself room to make changes over the years you live in this house.my folks have a beautiful home and my mom is a real do-it-yourself-er. she changes wall colors every three-five years, and window treatments and whatnot every seven to ten!start with a finished *house" that you are happy with floors, sinks, counters, etc, and THEN decorate as a rule, the biggest projects to the smallest.good luck!

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 2:30 PM

3. Ierfan wrote:
That's a very good question. Where does it end?In anhoter home we are about to list, it started with the light fixtures and continued to the countertops. There is always more, but at some point you have to stop.In the home I described in my post, we haven't made the change yet, but they have had an offer. The sellers have started to think, If this offer doesn't work out, maybe we should do the counters '.Jennifer

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 5:58 PM

4. Maria wrote:
heart palpitations! i LOVE all of it! oh that sink amizang. i don't know when you started this exactly, but it seems to be going together super fast! i am going to have to see if Jason would ever come to Arlington Heights to do a kitchen i may need him soon can't wait to see more! so happy for you and your new kitchen!

Tue, August 14, 2012 @ 3:22 AM

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