Remodeling Innovations Group Newsletter
March 2015
February Recipe 
Weeknight Roast Chicken



1 Tablespoon Kosher Salt

1/2 Teaspoon Pepper

1 (3- 3 1/2#) Whole  Chicken, giblets removed

1 Teaspoon Greek      Seasoning

1 Tablespoon Olive Oil


Pan Sauce:


1 Shallot, Minced

1 Cup Chicken Broth

2 Teaspoons Dijon Mustard

2 Tablespoons Unsalted  Butter

2 Teaspoons Minced Fresh  Tarragon

2 Teaspoons Lemon Juice



Printable Weeknight Roast Chicken recipe.




Newly installed zero barrier shower to include new wall tile, a match stick border, a decorative stone inlay, a recessed nitch, a corner shelf/foot rest and Kohler shower trim.



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The new kitchen: 5 Top Trends

White and Wood
It's modern, but warm - the best of both worlds. Not something you can do overnight, but this would be a great application for some IKEA butcher block. And don't be scared: butcher block maintenance is easy.


Subway Tile

The popularity of subway tile (and other glazed white ceramic tile) shows no signs of flagging. It's a lovely, traditional look that works equally well in modern kitchens. If you want to try something a little off the beaten path, try a beveled option, or maybe go for dark grout, which gives the tile an extra little bit of depth (and let's face it, is way easier to clean).


Marble Countertops
Marble has a reputation for being a bit high-maintenance, but if you're willing to put forth the effort, it is really breathtaking paired with the white cabinets that are so popular right now. (It's also equally striking with black cabinets.) Because it's a natural material, like wood, marble is wonderful for adding a little bit of visual texture to a modern kitchen.

Open Shelving

Open shelving - highly controversial, freakishly popular. Pros: open shelving can make a small kitchen look much larger, and it's a great way to put all your lovely things on display. Cons: all those plastic stadium cups and souvenir pint glasses are going to have to be stashed in the lower cabinets. Can't decide? You could even try a mix of both!

This particular trend is actually quite accessible - if you'd like to try it out, all you have to do is remove your cabinet doors and see how it looks. Then you can choose to go 'soft' by replacing cabinet doors with glass-front doors, or replacing a single section of cabinetry with open shelves to display the pretty things - or you can go whole hog and tear out all your cabinets and replace them with shelving. (Hanging shelving won't be particularly hard, but you may have to re-think your backsplash.)


Two-Tone Cabinets

Painting upper cabinets and lower cabinets a different color keeps things interesting - and it's an easy makeover you can do by yourself (potentially by painting only half your cabinets!).

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Remodeling Innovations Group
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11801 W. Silver Spring Dr.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53225