Central Alberta design solutions for stay-at-home living

Home entertainment system, home office or home kitchen… let these locals take care of your upgrade!

We’ve been hunkered down for most of a year now — are you getting tired of staring at the same four walls? Right now renovations aren’t just about refreshing your aesthetic; it’s about making your home support your new needs.

Turn the spare bedroom into a custom home office with a real desk and chair, so you can stop squeezing your work life onto a corner of the dining room table. Has quarantine cut your restaurant habit, and turned you into a master home chef? The time is right for a functional kitchen: extra cupboards for the air fryer, instant pot and other pandemic impulse buys, and plenty of counter space for your sourdough starter.

Blackwood Interiors can help bring your vision to life. Their experienced team takes interior home renovations from conception to completion.

Blackwood Interiors can help bring your vision to life. Their experienced team takes interior home renovations from conception to completion.

Blackwood Interiors has built a strong reputation with Central Alberta home builders, taking care of cabinets, countertops and flooring for new constructions. But did you know they can help with all your other home renovations?

Combined, their design team has over five decades of experience, and can help problem-solve your current design dilemma:

Blackwood Interiors takes care of everything — custom cabinetry, countertops, flooring, plumbing, permits… call today to start designing your new bathroom.

Blackwood Interiors takes care of everything — custom cabinetry, countertops, flooring, plumbing, permits… call today to start designing your new bathroom.

From conception to completion

Blackwood Interiors does more than just turn your dreams into plans — they take home renovations from conception to completion. Your project manager will be with you every step of the way, handling permits, plumbing, electrical and installation.

When you’re ready to renovate your home, Blackwood Interiors will provide a free quote, measure your space, and discuss your vision. After drawing up your plans they’ll provide visuals to help you fully picture your new space. You bring the problem: a mud room that refuses to stay organized, or a living room that doesn’t plug in properly for family movie night. Blackwood Interiors has the creativity and experience to offer solutions. They’ll manage your project from start to finish, and work hard to get you into your new space stress-free and on schedule.

Blackwood Interiors added a sliding barn door for extra personality in this Central Alberta home.

Blackwood Interiors added a sliding barn door for extra personality in this Central Alberta home.

The pandemic has changed the way Blackwood Interiors operates, but the team is still busy bringing homeowners’ dreams to life! Make an appointment to visit the showroom in Sylvan Lake, or call to arrange a safe, in-home consultation. Find out more at blackwoodinteriors.com or call 403-598-3377 or 403-864-6060. For design inspiration and lots of gorgeous photos, follow them on Facebook or Instagram.

Talk to the designers at Blackwood Interiors about your kitchen sink options: classic stainless steel, matte black, or this gorgeous hammered copper!

Talk to the designers at Blackwood Interiors about your kitchen sink options: classic stainless steel, matte black, or this gorgeous hammered copper!

Blackwood Interiors updated this kitchen with a matte black sink and brass fixtures. Call today to discuss your kitchen reno!

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