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New Sink Designs Offer Almost Unlimited Choice

The Kitchen Master | July 27, 2016

“Everything old becomes new again.” “There is nothing new under the sun.” You’ve no doubt heard those two phrases more times than you care to remember. What’s interesting today, at least in terms of new kitchen sink designs, is that what’s new is really interesting and may never have been seen before. Take, for instance, […]

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Country Kitchen Decor Is Homey, but Never Old Fashioned

The Kitchen Master | June 20, 2016

Country kitchens have a feeling of home and comfort that is always appealing. Sometimes termed farmhouse style or cottage kitchens, the warmth stems from a feeling rather than a temperature, and they recall pleasant family gatherings, holiday dinners, the great scents of a simmering stew or a freshly baked pie, laughter and congeniality. Country Kitchen […]

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Rustic Kitchen Designs Gain Favor in Modern Settings

The Kitchen Master | June 13, 2016

There is something immensely satisfying about a rustic setting that looks as if it has evolved over time into a timeless statement of perfection. It’s the look of a Tuscany farmhouse, a Greek Island “taverna” or an Irish keeping room on a windswept bluff. Rustic, in terms of kitchen design can also be spiced with […]

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Transitional Kitchen Design Bridges Past, Present and Future

The Kitchen Master | June 6, 2016

Transitional design, rather than being a nondescript look, can be an exciting blend of historical elements with futuristic convenience, melding the best of past, present and future into one harmonious whole. In terms of kitchen design, the warmth of a traditional keeping room may be the backdrop for trendy colors, thoroughly modern appliances, and features […]

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Kitchen Appliance Color Trends: New Takes on Old Favorites

The Kitchen Master | May 30, 2016

You may not remember the days of coppertone, harvest gold and avocado kitchen appliances, and you might think that those turquoise, hot pink and candy apple red refrigerators are a brand new trend, but saying that everything old is new again is at least partially true today. Retro looks in appliances are some of the […]

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Creating a Smart Kitchen: Design Ideas

The Kitchen Master | May 23, 2016

Not only has smart technology revolutionized business and communications, but it is now marching into the home, changing forever the way we will live our lives. Wireless security systems and remote monitoring functions are commonplace, but new realities can still surprise and startle. Appliances that “think” and “talk to one other” and kitchen functions that can be programmed […]

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How Small Bathroom Upgrades Can Make a Big Impact

The Kitchen Master | May 16, 2016

If your bathroom isn’t keeping pace with the demands you place on it, or if its “face” needs a lift to brighten your spirits, consider some upgrades that can make a big impression. Improving the look and function of a bathroom doesn’t have to mean a major redo or cost a fortune; you can accomplish custom […]

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Creative Ways to Remodel a Bathroom for a Busy Family

The Kitchen Master | May 9, 2016

If you have a family bathroom that is shared by children of different ages or genders, or perhaps shared by children as well as adults, think about making the space more functional for everyone while making it easy to clean and maintain. Even if your space is relatively modest, try to be creative to assure that […]

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A Full Kitchen Design or Partial Renovation? How to Decide

The Kitchen Master | May 4, 2016

Kitchen remodels are among the most popular home projects in the country. They are also some of the most expensive. But, what if you just want a new look and some fresh appeal? How do you decide when enough is enough in terms of planning a kitchen renovation. Here are some things to consider, and […]

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Different Layouts for Your Dream Kitchen Renovation

The Kitchen Master | April 25, 2016

The kitchen work triangle, with clearly defined requirements, was for decades the standard used for kitchen design. Style was considered secondary as long as the number of steps between major appliances fell within certain guidelines. The goal was efficiency; function was measured by convenient access and movement between the refrigerator, the range, and the sink. […]

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