Published at Wednesday, December 06th 2017, 23:34:42 PM by Amy Irani. Appliances. These materials will last longer as well as boost the value of your home. In recent years, ceramic tile that mimics the look of hardwood has become popular, as well as travertine and slate.
Published at Monday, December 04th 2017, 17:06:33 PM. Appliances By Amy Irani. Assess your current storage options: If your shelves do not hold enough items, consider getting new shelving installed that is deeper or wider to accommodate more. Instead of only using one type of shelving, vary the storage throughout the pantry. Spices and condiments may be able to be stored on an organization shelf on the back of the doors to free up shelf space. Pullout drawers for and varying height shelves can give flexibility for housing small kitchen appliances and varying sized boxed goods.
Published at Thursday, November 30th 2017, 18:23:34 PM. Appliances By Amy Irani. Remove the doors: For many kitchens, especially in older homes, a swinging door to a pantry can be the culprit of unusable space. Especially doors that are inward swinging, getting behind the door with full hands may be a hassle and storage becomes cumbersome. Consider removing the doors, or if pocket doors or accordion doors are an option, install these. If you are a person who keeps a tidy pantry, a well organized pantry, can be beautiful décor in a kitchen!
Published at Tuesday, November 28th 2017, 18:23:34 PM. Kitchen By Brenda Eda. The iron beams continue down the hallway, where your eye is first drawn to the dramatic lighting fixtures that line the ceiling. But, the real surprise in this apartment is the impressive amount of space. While the master bedroom is big enough to accommodate a double bed and seating area with room to spare, the hidden surprise is a private dressing room.
Published at Sunday, November 26th 2017, 18:23:35 PM. Appliances By Paula Rahayu. The compartmentalized and boxed-in feeling of outdated kitchens built generations ago is very common. If you’re looking to open up your kitchen and share the view with an adjacent dining room or living room – consider knocking down some partitions! This method works well for non load-bearing walls that don’t carry any structural value. Your kitchen can grow in size or it can just get opened up to other areas of your home.
Published at Saturday, November 25th 2017, 18:23:36 PM. Appliances By Mary Hardianti. Consider replacing plumbing fixtures as well, as low-flow kitchen faucets save a lot of water. Updating your kitchen shouldn’t only be for aesthetics; it should also help save you money and the Earth’s resources.
Published at Thursday, November 23rd 2017, 18:23:36 PM. Appliances By Lisa Gracia. FURNACE: Global warming is caused by the harmful greenhouse gases that emits from your home furnace. The furnace contributes to the largest portion of your energy bill. Before you replace your current furnace look at the rest of your home’s sources for leaking air sources and fix them first. Make sure the windows in your home are tightly sealed and doors don’t have air leaks around the perimeter. The insulation in your home should also be reviewed.
Published at Tuesday, November 21st 2017, 18:23:37 PM. Appliances By Dorothy Shabrina. Your countertops also get a large portion of real estate in your kitchen. While outdated kitchens may have the inconvenient tile-and-grout or cheap vinyl for workspace, the variety of countertop surfaces options out there today are endless. Foom solid surfacing varieties that consist of resin and polymers to natural stone varieties such as marble and granite, there’s an option for everyone’s style and budget.