Keep Your Kitchen On-Trend in 2015


We here at Rampart Supply look forward to when some of the country's most popular designers begin announcing their hottest kitchen design trends for the upcoming year. The ultra modern kitchens of 2014 are now being revamped back into what a kitchen was always meant to be: warm, cozy and welcoming. Traditional Kitchen via Houzz These tips can easily incorporate … [Read more...]

Turn Your Beautiful Claw Foot Tub Into a Convenient Shower


Perhaps you just found the house of your dreams except the master suite has one of those old fashioned claw foot tubs. While you love the look, you haven't taken a bath since the first grade. Today thanks to modern technology you can easily turn that gorgeous traditional tub into the perfect standalone shower without losing any of its original charm and beauty. Traditional … [Read more...]

Two Colorado Cities Made the Top Ten List for Most Toilets in America


Colorado takes its toilets seriously! Recently Redfin, a real estate website using the latest census and housing data, created a list of the top ten cities with the most residential toilets per person and Colorado made the list, not once, but twice! Contemporary Powder Room via Houzz In fact, Colorado not only claimed two spots on the list, Boulder and Denver, … [Read more...]

Embrace the Open Shelf in Your Kitchen Remodel


One of the hottest new kitchen design trends these days is replacing traditional cabinetry with an open shelving system. Both custom built and stock cabinets can be expensive and then you still have to decide (and pay for) hardware including hinges, pulls and knobs. Still not sold? Keep reading. Open shelves are only as boring as your imagination. They come … [Read more...]

Successfully Manage Mixed Patterns in Your Bathroom or Kitchen


Remember as a little kid wanting to wear striped pants and a checked shirt and your Mom quickly saying no? My how times and trends have changed! Now mixing and matching patterns can easily bring a fresh exciting new look to a bath, kitchen or your latest outfit. When adding contrasting patterns it's important to think balance first. Too much and the room … [Read more...]