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I read a post in the Multi-Housing News Blog, November 3rd, by Kevin M. Henry titled, “The Essential Kitchen”. I enjoyed his writing style. He walks his readers through the evolution of the kitchen in a story book fashion. I could envision a soft summer day, with little Billy and his sister playing in their wading pool whilst their ever smiling mom, in her red and white checkered apron, looked on admiringly through the always present kitchen window above her wash basin. Mr. Henry artfully moves the reader through the development of the kitchen to what it is today, “the social center of the home”, “the Modern Kitchen”.
By the end of his piece Mr. Henry has certainly brought the walls down around kitchen design. The kitchen has a literal place at the center of a home’s function. (more…)
New technologies are certainly taken in stride these days, in fact they are expected, and who better knows how to make them work than our kids, so it is easy to unwittingly put them in harm’s way by allowing them to use appliances that they can operate, but may not fully understand.
As parents, we probably have gotten a call at work from one of our kids when they got home from school, asking us what they can eat. We may be parents who have no choice but to leave the kids at home to fend for themselves for a couple of hours from time to time. It’s a reality for many, no need to apologize; it however can create a very dangerous situation. Establishing some simple best practices for using a microwave will go a long ways to preventing potential cooking injuries. (more…)
Our homes are much more than a reflection of ourselves. They bring us comfort when we encounter a trying time, warmth when we are feeling cold, joy when we have reason to celebrate. One usually doesn’t have to look back too far to find a pleasant memory surrounding our kitchen table. Cascade Crest Cabinets brings this feeling alive with its’ Old West Peg door style. It is available in several wood species and many stain colors, so you are sure to find the perfect match to your home’s interior design. With solid wood construction, including solid wood center panels, one of the favorite wood selections is Pacific Red Alder. You may choose to have your cabinets made out of either clear or knotty alder. Add distressing and you have the perfect combination for that timeless appearance.