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Today's Technology Lets You See Your Future Kitchen

Not many years ago when you were looking to do a new kitchen, you had to use your imagination and have a lot of faith that you would actually like the result.  312 more words

Open Vs. Closed Floor Plans

For centuries, homes have been filled with closed concept kitchens, in which the kitchen areas are separated from the other areas of the home by walls and/or doors.  508 more words

Creating Zones in Your Kitchen

For many decades, kitchen remodel plans have focused around the idea that your time in the kitchen will be most efficient if your stove, your fridge and your sink all stand within a certain distance of each other, since that’s where the majority of the action happens.  431 more words

The Little Things Make a Big Difference

If your budget allows, your kitchen renovation can be so much more than new materials and finishes. With proper planning it can become a space that is designed specifically for your needs. 117 more words

Getting Creative with Tiny Kitchens

When it comes to space in the kitchen, some people have more than they need and others, well, they aren’t so lucky.  No matter what your kitchen space consists of, there are ways to make it work for you.  136 more words

Creating a Semi-Open Kitchen Design Concept

Many years ago, you would have been hard-pressed to find a kitchen that wasn’t closed off from the rest of the home.  Typically, back then, there was one cook in the kitchen at a time, and the kitchen was a workspace for that person.  456 more words

Casual Seating for Your Kitchen

A common trend in kitchens these days is to make the space feel like a casual area where family and friends can come to relax, without the host feeling like they need to set a perfect table every time. 410 more words