How to Add Style to Your Kitchen with Glass

Posted by James Marshall

Oct 28, 2014 10:00:00 AM

We have all experienced the elegance and aesthetic appeal of glass. In fact, many famous structures and even houses are constructed almost completely with glass from ground to ceiling because of its beauty. Is it possible to capture some of this same glory that glass provides for our humble abodes—namely our kitchens? We certainly think so!


How to Correct Blind Corners In Your Kitchen

Posted by Bertha C.

Oct 14, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Ah, the blind corner cabinet... One of the best and worst storage tools found in any kitchen. On one hand, blind corner cabinets help you get the most usage out of all available corner space. On the other, their dark, out-of-the-way interiors often make them the most frustrating kitchen storage area.


Store Your Favorite Wines Right in the Kitchen

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Oct 11, 2014 10:00:00 AM

The allure of a wine cellar is compelling but, when it comes right down to it, schlepping back and forth from the basement to the dining area with bottles of wine isn't convenient. Not to mention, only the most diligent of collectors owns enough wine bottles to necessitate a full-blown cellar.

For that reason, we recommend storing your favorite wines right in the kitchen. Even those who have a wine cellar will find this to be a convenient option for everyday wine consumption, or to load up the coffers before a dinner party or social gathering.


I Just Got a New Countertop, but Now My Cabinets Look Old!

Posted by James Marshall

Oct 7, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Many of us have been here. We want to save time and money so we just make a few tweaks here and there. Maybe we touch up here and there instead of repainting. We patch a hole instead of rebuilding.  Most of the time this conservative way of thinking makes sense and serves us well.


A Kitchen Design Timeline: 100 Years of Kitchen Evolution

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Oct 4, 2014 10:00:00 AM

In some ways, kitchens haven't changed all that much: walls, floor, ceiling and stove. In other ways, they've changed a whole bunch: walls, floor, ceiling, stove, microwave, refrigerator, built-in coffee station, plumbed sink with hot and cold water as well as various spraying options, etc. While most of us could cook a meal just fine in the former (assuming you know how to stoke a wood or coal fire and can bake without any thermometer or temperature guages) we sure are glad we can deck out our kitchens in the latter style.


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