Published at Sunday, December 17th 2017, 01:04:48 AM by Armina Neumann. Appliances. 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 Sunday, December 17th 2017, 01:04:45 AM by Serhilda Krause. Appliances. Choosing kitchen appliances for your home should be a rewarding experience but also fulfill your lifestyle and aesthetics of your kitchen. Use this helpful buying guide before you venture out to choose appliances. Also measure out the clear opening width and height of your space for the new appliances. There is nothing worse than investing on new appliances, for them not to fit in your kitchen!
Published at Sunday, December 17th 2017, 01:04:47 AM by Waldhurga Lange. Appliances. 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, August 10th 2017, 07:43:00 AM. Kitchen By Malene Peters. Like the Scandinavians do best: Simple, classy and sleek. The trend has been around for some time, but this basic, stream lined look is here to stay in 2014. To avoid a cold uninviting kitchen experience, add some natural wood accessories, which will do wonders to the aura of the room. Tiled splashbacks aren’t welcome here: Just solid slabs of marble, strips of glass or other solid wall coverings. This will continue to be a winner in 2014.
Published at Tuesday, August 08th 2017, 07:42:49 AM. Kitchen By Malene Peters. Anybody who read my last article on interior design trends in 2014, you would have noticed a continuing trend within it: Loads and loads of blues. Blue is the color for 2014 and is without a doubt a winner for kitchens also.
Published at Friday, August 04th 2017, 07:39:10 AM. Kitchen By Leopoldina Schwarz. Designer Samuel Codegoni envisioned Paero, an unconventional hood for elegant kitchens. Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package.
Published at Wednesday, August 02nd 2017, 07:39:03 AM. Kitchen By Leopoldina Schwarz. designed the Stealth Cabin, a private wooden retreat encompassed by lush green vegetation in Ontario, Canada. The wooden cottage represents an escape into the wilderness, a place where the owners can enjoy a fine moment of tranquility without missing the comfort of their city home. A fine blend of traditional and modern, the peaceful haven is both, rich and cozy.
Published at Monday, July 31st 2017, 07:36:16 AM. Kitchen By Armina Neumann. They slide into each other, closing or opening the telescope, like a cloth folded and refolded on each occasion to create the most appropriate garment – or silk-wrapped package. Designed in cooperation between Codegoni and Faber’s R&D division, the unusual kitchen hood is currently available for purchase, at € 2300. Have a look at the video to see how it works!
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 07:36:05 AM. Kitchen By Armina Neumann. Like the Scandinavians do best: Simple, classy and sleek. The trend has been around for some time, but this basic, stream lined look is here to stay in 2014. To avoid a cold uninviting kitchen experience, add some natural wood accessories, which will do wonders to the aura of the room. Tiled splashbacks aren’t welcome here: Just solid slabs of marble, strips of glass or other solid wall coverings. This will continue to be a winner in 2014.
Published at Monday, July 17th 2017, 06:29:07 AM. Kitchen Cabinets By Solvig Fuchs. In addition to creating more counter space, an island is also a way to add more storage and avoid kitchen clutter by using drawers, cupboards and shelves. This is beneficial especially if appliances take up a lot of cabinet room, or if you’re looking for a unique way to showcase certain items by using open shelving. Store dishes and pots within reach or keep less frequently used appliances out of the way. Another option is to use open shelving to display cookbooks or other items.