Different websites will recommend the “best” kitchen layout for you, whether it’s the L-shaped, the U-shaped, or galley style kitchen. Yes, it’s important to keep the basic kitchen triangle in mind, but more modern kitchens have additional appliances, larger square footage and need multiple workstations for more than one cook, […]
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The glossies have such beautiful spreads that sometimes it’s hard to imagine how your own home could come close to looking like the magnificent rooms shown in the magazines. If you’d like to see the home environments of everyday people from around the world you can now visit NormalRoom.com and […]
We love tap water! Want to save money and the environment? Make your own bottles of water which is the same stuff that Dasani (Coca-Cola) and Aquafina (Pepsi) are selling you. First start with installing an under sink water filter. If you are wary of your local tap water and […]
This ingenious ceramic food & drink warmer makes use of your radiator heat and may save just a bit on your electric bill.
Courtesy of the Manhattan Users Guide, we’ve got a new bookmark that I’m sure many non-New Yorkers may find interesting. The City Cook is focused on urbanites who are otherwise too busy or counter space impaired to cook a meal at home. We understand this plight and realize that as […]
About.com lists their top picks for kitchen countertop materials. Granite seems de rigeur for every new kitchen we see but that’s for good reason. Why not try an alternative material like stainless steel or concrete? But if you’ve got granite or any other pourous stone top you know they are […]
A tip for our British audience as well as you anglophiles – The UK version of House and Garden has compiled an online resource of kitchen and bath suppliers, manufacturers, appliances, and anything else you may need to remodel your kitchen or bath. Many of these companies also import to […]
Now that we’ve got the technology we should use it. The Brizo Pascal is a hand’s free faucet system that works well in the bathroom or kitchen. It debuted at the Builder’s show this year so expect in stores in fall 2006 at a price of $700-$1100. Brizo Hands Free […]
Coolhunting brings us kitchen gadgets that take the term “stacking” to a whole new level. In the place of one bowl you could fit five. And measuring cups will no longer take up extra space in your utensils drawer. Collapsing Kitchen Gadgets [Coolhunting]
Built-in cabinets and bookshelves save floorspace which is vital in small homes. Here are some links to installing your own and what you should consider before designing and purchasing your cabinets. About.com (how-to install kitchen cabinets) Hammerzone (installing kitchen cabinets) On The House (choosing cabinets)