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3D Printed Coffee Cup Sleeve, Black
 
image 3D Printed Coffee Cup Sleeve, Black
Price : $52.52
Features :
  1. Height: 2.33 IN, Length: 3.4 IN, Depth: IN, Width: 3.4 IN (Volume: 1.36 IN^3)
  2. Honeycomb design for ultimate grip.
  3. Additional Support on the inside.
  4. Made to fit most paper coffee cups.Clean and simple frame.
  5. Creates a barrier between your hand and the hot contents.

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You would never imagine that people would envy your coffee sleeve, but the intricate designs of this coffee sleeve will continuously catch the eyes of people you know and function as a great conversation starter for those you don't. This product is provided to you by 3DLT. When you buy a product from us you are not buying one of thousands, you are buying a unique product that has been specifically produced just for you. All of our products are crafted with groundbreaking 3D printing technology. The age of 3D printing is just beginning and you can experience it first hand! Products are printed in a special type of hard plastic (SLS Nylon Polyamide). It's not the type of plastic that you are likely accustomed to. It's a special type of plastic that is hard and has a matte finish. When you buy a product from 3DLT you are also supporting the designers that have worked hard to bring you quality 3D printable products!

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image 3D Printed Maze Coasters, Black
Price : $62.40
Features :
  1. Height: 0.2 IN, Length: 4.62 IN, Depth: IN, Width: 4 IN (Volume: 1.71 IN^3)
  2. Coaster designed with a fun maze.
  3. Fun for kids of all ages.
  4. Made to play using the water droplets from the glass.Protects furniture from water rings that ruin furniture.
  5. Fits most size cups and glasses.

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This decorative coaster offers a fun game to play with your cup's water droplets. It fits the size of most cups and will protect your furniture from water rings. This product is provided to you by 3DLT. When you buy a product from us you are not buying one of thousands, you are buying a unique product that has been specifically produced just for you. All of our products are crafted with groundbreaking 3D printing technology. The age of 3D printing is just beginning and you can experience it first hand! Products are printed in a special type of hard plastic (SLS Nylon Polyamide). It's not the type of plastic that you are likely accustomed to. It's a special type of plastic that is hard and has a matte finish. When you buy a product from 3DLT you are also supporting the designers that have worked hard to bring you quality 3D printable products!

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image Sparkle Paper Towels, 24 Giant Rolls, Pick-A-Size, White
Price : $23.91 $23.91
Features :
  1. 24 Giant Rolls = 36 Regular Rolls
  2. 50% more sheets per roll than a regular roll
  3. 107 Pick-A-Size sheets per roll
  4. Packaged in an easy-to-open box
  5. White, 2-ply

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Sparkle Pick-A-Size Paper Towel
Sparkle Print Paper Towel
About Sparkle

Let’s face it, cleaning isn’t our favorite thing to do. But, we like having a home that is clean enough to be healthy and messy enough to be happy. After all, we want a home that shines, but we want to do what makes us shine, too. I mean, am I right? Or, am I right? Sparkle won’t tell you there’s a right or wrong way to clean. It will simply deliver your kind of clean. Sparkle has just what you need — without any unnecessary bells and whistles. The unique balance of performance, value, and style makes Sparkle paper towels just right for wiping up your everyday little messes without wiping out your piggy bank. And, they’re extra good at wiping surfaces to a streak-free shine*. Sparkle paper towels help you get your kind of cleaning done, so you can move on to what makes you shine. That’s how we shine!

*When our White Pick-A-Size product is used with a streak-free cleaner.

Sparkle White Pick-a-Size Paper Towel

Size matters! Handle your messes your way with our White Pick-A-Size. Pick the size of sheet you need to get the job done, without sacrificing durability, versatility, yada, yada, yada.

Sparkle Print Paper Towel

Clean house with style and make your home shine, with these 24 prints that are so striking, you’ll want to create your own gallery. Get abstract with crazy, beautiful ripples of color that will brighten your home. Or, keep it simple, subtle, and versatile with our more understated pops of color. No matter how you look at it, we have the right print to compliment any kitchen countertop. We look good. Really good!

Sparkle Print Designs

Sparkle Assorted Prints
  • Dandelions: The powers of the dandelion bring luck and fortune. Not to mention, they make your kitchen shine!
  • Floral Swirl: Display more of your playful side with this swirling floral pattern. It's like a roller coaster of flowers in your home!
  • Home Sweet Home: There's no place like it, and there's no towel like it either. It's the perfect choice for any home.
  • Palazzo: Bring this smooth operator in your own palazzo now. The well-placed pops of pink will lighten up any counter space.
  • Potted Blossoms: Find modern and retro chic all in the same paper towel. It's everything you need for a pop of color, while keep things a little neutral.

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image Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels, White, 2 Huge Rolls, Pack of 6 (12 Rolls) (Packaging May Vary)
Price : $38.43 $32.82
Features :
  1. 2X more absorbent so you can use less (When wet vs. the leading ordinary 11" x 8.8" brand)
  2. With unique Trap & Lock Technology
  3. Also available in prints
  4. If you love Bounty paper towels, try Bounty Quilted Napkins
  5. Bounty paper towels, the No-Quit Picker-Upper

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Messes don't quit - neither should your paper towel! Bounty paper towels are 2X more absorbent* so you can use less. They're also America's most absorbent paper towel, featuring unique Trap & Lock Technology that quickly absorbs messes so you can clean up and move on without wasting time or towels. Plus it comes in a variety of sizes and prints, so you can choose the Bounty roll that's just right for you and your family. Choose the only paper towel with no quit in it: Bounty, the No-Quit Picker-Upper.

*When wet vs. leading 11" x 8.8" bargain brand.

At A Glance:
  • 2X more absorbent so you can use less*
  • America's most absorbent paper towel
  • Available in many sizes and prints
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Pick the right size of Bounty roll for your family.

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2X more absorbent
So you can use less (when wet vs. the leading ordinary 11" x 8.8" brand).


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Fun prints
Bounty comes in a range of decorative prints.

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Also try Bounty Quilted Napkins - Just one napkin keeps you covered, so you can let it all spill out.

Product Comparison

BountyBounty DuraTowelBounty BasicBounty Napkins
2X more absorbent so you can use less (when wet vs. the leading ordinary 11" x 8.8" brand)Clinically proven to be 3X cleaner than a germy dishcloth50% stronger. Affordably priced. (When wet vs. leading 11" x 8.8" bargain brand.)Stronger than the next leading napkin (when wet)
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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of paper towel designs are available from Bounty?
Our designs include: Fun Collection Prints, Garden Collection Prints, Modern Collection Prints, and Everyday Collection Prints. You are bound to find a paper towel to complement your style. Explore our selection of delightful prints to add a fresh, happy, eclectic twist to your home. Also check out Bounty Quilted Napkins, which are available in everyday and seasonal designs.

What are some uses for your smaller-size-sheet paper towel, Bounty Select-a-Size?
Bounty Select-a-Size is perfect for spills both big and small, so you can always be sure you have the right-size sheet for the job.

Is it true that Bounty makes napkins?
Yes, Bounty does make napkins. Bounty Quilted Napkins have the quilts and strength we've all come to trust. See all of the everyday and seasonal designs.

Is it OK to use Bounty paper towels to clean my plastic eyeglass lenses?
Most opticians do not recommend using paper products to clean plastic lenses. Paper comes from wood. Wood fibers, even though very soft, can damage sensitive plastics. Check with your optician to see what is recommended for cleaning your plastic lenses.

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image All Ware Stainless Steel Pineapple Easy Slicer and De-Corer
Price : $19.99 $1.00
Features :
  1. Peels, cores, and slices an entire pineapple in seconds
  2. Made from durable, stylish stainless steel with a medium-sized blade
  3. Create one slice at a time or cut up the whole fruit at once
  4. Makes perfectly-shaped rings; preserves shell intact to use as a bowl
  5. Ideal for a hostess gift or for tropically themed parties

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Pineapple slicer will peel, core, and slice a fresh pineapple in 30 seconds. Removes perfectly formed rings while leaving the core in the shell

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Questions & Answers
Question : KITCHEN CABINETS:kitchen cabinets door repair?
Our kitchen cabinets are mad of I believe mdf product.The doors that are used the most have problems. The edges are separating or expanding and we have tried sand and doing a touch up paint. The problem looks similar to cardboard getting wet.

Answer:
Hey Casa, MDF is probably what you have, and there's no real way to repair this type of swelling, short of what you're trying to do. The older types of MDF were inferior to what's around today. Any touch up paint can't be latex or water based because it will just swell the fibers again. These sound like older cabinets and it may be time to replace them.Maybe if you want more information,You can refer to this website which show you an article and videos abaout Kitchen cabinets and Kitchen Backspalsh IdeasHow to Paint Kitchen Cabinets http://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/kitchen-cabiners-ideashow-to-paint.htmlKitchen cabinets refacing VIDEOShttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/try.html How to Replace Kitchen Cabinets http://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-kitchen-cabinets-ideashow-to-replace.htmlHow to Select and Install Kitchen Cabinetshttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/installing-kitchen-cabinets.htmlKitchen Cabinets BLOG:http://kitchen-cabinets-ideas.blogspot.comHow to get Kitchen Backsplash Ideas for your Kitchen Article:http://kitchen-backsplash-ideas2.blogspot.com/Great Kitchen Question and Answer Blog:http://kitchen-question-answer.blogspot.comSource(S)Painting Kitchen Cabinets BLOGhttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/kitchen-cabiners-ideashow-to-paint.htmlHope that helps, post back if need be- regards- Richard Man U

 

Question : Contemporary Kitchen:painting the kitchen?
i am purchasing a home that has the standard oak cabinets with bisque appliances. i have an eat in kitchen where i will place my subltle contemporary 2 tone finish kitchen set in. the structure of the chairs are honey-ash, and the seating and back are a dark merlot.the table top and legs are honey-ash with merlot borders around the table. i've thought about using a sage green or possibly a soft peach. i would like to keep the contemporary stylefor my kitchen. my favorite color is an icy gray blue, but that probably wouldn't work. any suggestions for me to achieve my goal?

Answer:
The sage green will work best with the merlot, and will actually accent it. But before you decide to go paint shopping, consider the icy gray blue. If it is a light to medium shade, it will work in the space. If it's too pale (same for the green) the color will be absorbed by the oak cabinets.You also mentioned peach. I would not recommend that because the peach next to the oak will look too "same".You didn't mention what color your counters are. That may help you make the decision between the green and your favorite bluemaybe if you want more information,You can refer to this blog which show you an article about CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN and Kitchen backsplash Ideas: (if those website not change)Contemporary Kitchen BLOG:http://contemporarykitchen-backsplashideas.blogspot.comHow to get Kitchen Backsplash Ideas for your Kitchen Article (enzinearticle):http://kitchen-backsplash-ideas2.blogspot.com/Great Kitchen Question and Answer Blog:http://kitchen-question-answer.blogspot.comSource(S)CONTEMPORARY Kitchen Backsplash Ideas Bloghttp://contemporarykitchen-backsplashideas.blogspot.comHope that helps, post back if need be- regards.

 

Question : Feng Shui Cure for Kitchen?
Hi - I have a water tap / kitchen sink in the South which is the Fire Element. This would neutralize the fire or lessen the benefits of this elements, I guess. What can be done to help this situation? My overall kitchen is in the Fire area of the whole apartment Bagua color / element chart. Please advise.Thanks!

Answer:
Ideally your kitchen should be in the back of the house so that it is not the first thing you see when you enter the home. Since the kitchen is symbolic of prosperity for the family, then a bright, clean and clutter free kitchen is very supportive. The stove is the most important appliance, according to Feng Shui, because the food is cooked on it, providing nutrition for the family. It must be kept clean and in good working order to support prosperity. Also it is best to be in the commanding position -- when working at the stove, the cook can see the entrance to the kitchen and have the widest view of the room.It is important that the oven (fire) and the sink or refrigerator (water) not be next to each other, but have some space between them. If these elements clash, then the chi flow can be disrupted. This is also reflected in a good work triangle in kitchen design.I do not see a problem with the location of your sink in the south (if not next to the oven) -- your whole kitchen is in the fire area. Some schools of Feng Shui prefer the south or east area for the kitchen to promote the fire element. Some schools use the Kua number, based on your birth date, to choose the best location for the kitchen. There is a lot of fire and water elements in a kitchen. It is good to balance the elements. Good colors for a kitchen would be white with accents of red (to enhance the fire).It is also a very yang room so be careful of poison arrows from sharp corners.

 

Question : Ceramic Tile Kitchen Countertops?
I want to use Ceramic Tile in my kitchen please suggest me about that..??

Answer:
Ceramic tiles for kitchen countertops have become a must have in home buyers’ kitchens.Whether you prefer glazed, porcelain, quarry or mosaic, these tiles are versatile and come in an array of designs, colors and shapes. A design savvy look, country flair, artistic interest or upscale appearance can enhance your kitchen countertops surface that’s low maintenance but high in style. Tile countertops are also a great idea for completing your kitchen renovation since tiles are not only durable but are heat resistance.Be creative and always design your kitchen tile layout the way you like it. One interesting way to do it is to tile your backslpash. Be sure to put colorful, unique and single designs tiles in between plain fields tiles. You can do multiples of the same design tiles or each can have a different design or color. To make your kitchen come alive, use beautiful kitchen tile with attractive colors or designs. Your kitchen tile can standout or contrast, but you always want them to blend in with what you’ve got going on the cabinets and the floor. You do not want to get dizzy walking into your kitchen from all the “busyness.”Murals also are a nice addition for your backsplash or you can add picture, marbles or things you collect for added interest. You do not want to get dizzy walking into your kitchen from all the “busyness.”It seems though more and more home buyers are demanding granite kitchen counter tops.Granite provides a beauty and warmth and it is ideal for aesthetic appeal in home design. Granite and its popularity are a little pricey with prices starting at 60.00 a foot installed. Although they are very popular, solid granite countertops may not be for everyone. A homeowner may not be willing to pay the price because of limitations on resale value. In situations like these you can always go to the granite tile countertops as an alternate means. The granite tile countertops are designed from the same desirable stone as the solid granite with all the desirable elements remaining the same. Granite tile countertops can withstand putting hot pots/pans on the counter. They also serve as an excellent surface for handling dough and confectionery. Granite tile countertops have such a natural beauty that compliments almost any style cabinetry. Granite tiles are very versatile and offer a wide range of ideas and options for installations. If you are not wanting to install granite tiles all over your kitchen consider doing just your island top for a focal point and conversation piece. These will make the tiles pop against the design choices you have made in your kitchen.Granite tiles provide a great choice for the homeowners on a budget and can easily be done as a week-end project. The practicality choice of granite tile countertops can be set into any other material including laminated counter tops or solid wood. Clever design plans allow the homeowner to present their own style and taste without great expense.

 

Question : describe your Kitchen?
describe your kitchen in at least 12 sentence be very specifies thx 4 answering

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my kitchen is a galley style kitchen. My house was built in the 50's and has the original cabinets. They are a light colored wood. They has rounded edges which I love. I had never seen cabinets like that and that was one of the reasons I bought my house. They walls are light yellow. The counters are yellow tile as well as the back splash. the counters are also original and I like them but I plan on replacing them with recycled glass counters. The lighting in the kitchen is original to the house. The lights are school house lights and I love them. We did the floors after we moved in (we moved in july 2008). They floors are ceramic tiles. They are in a checker pattern they are tan and light brown. We bought a new french door fridge in white (because I don't like black or stainless appliances) we also bought a new white stove and oven. We have not replaced the black dishwasher. The kitchen has a dining area where we have an antique drop leaf table that goes from seating 2 to seating 3 to seating 6. The table usually only has one leaf up. Above the sink is a self that I keep a jade chicken, jade pitcher and a tea pot with a monkey on it. On the counter to the right of the sink I keep jade salt and pepper shakers, jade sugar shaker, jade nut dish shaped like a nut with a squirrel on top, an antique fan, jade butter dish and a silver elephant shaped ring holder (so I have a place to put my rings while I do the dishes). On the other side of the sink I have a pink canister with kosher salt, a pink canister with sugar a yellow butter bell, olive oil, a salt mill with sea salt, a pepper mill and a pink set of kitchenaid knives. Across from the sink is a butcher block counter with two french presses a pink canister with coffee beans and a pink kitchenaid coffee grinder. next to the butcher block counter I have a pink kitchenaid stand mixer and a wooden bowl filled with garlic and onions. Yes I do like the color pink. I also have a pink toaster, cockpot, hand mixer and blender. I do not have a microwave in my kitchen because I refuse to use a microwave all of my food is made from scratch and I cook it on the stove, oven or grill. The last bit of counter space in the kitchen is next to the pantry and I keep cereal and bananas on that counter there is also an antique cookie jar shaped like a train that my husbands grandparents gave me. That is just about it for my kitchen.

 

Question : Contemporary Kitchen:kitchen paint color?
I live in a contemporary house and have a small kitchen that I have just updated with bright-white semi-gloss panel-front cabinets and Corian countertops that are charcoal/black (with a bit of white spattering).The floor is covered with a white Armstrong no-wax rolled sheeting; the pattern has square "tile" with a subtle almost unnoticeable blue spatter. The room has a cathedral ceiling and a wide window. The amount of sunlight during the day is limited, because the house is nestled in the woods. In fact, the reason we selected white cabinets was to brighten the room. My question concerns the color of the walls and whether they should be painted or covered with wallpaper. I should start out by telling you that 1) my husband and I have tailored taste, and 2) all of the walls in the entire house have always been painted white. On entering the house, one can see the kitchen straight ahead. And inside the kitchen, there is an open doorway that leads into a dining area that is a part of the living room, which is decorated with fall colors (brown, orange, bronze). My thought was to paint the kitchen walls a pale gray to tie into the blackish countertops. I've been advised by some that gray would be appropriate, and by others that it would make the room appear cold and institutional. They suggested either a bright red or a sunny yellow. We're reluctant to introduce a color, because we have no idea which color would be a good choice, and also are afraid of being locked into it.I also had considered using wallpaper, perhaps a narrow black and white stripe, but was told by others said it would be "dizzyfying." We were also thinking a textured wallpaper in a light color - gray or off-white - but were unable to find anything we thought suitable.So, I'm now at a complete standstill and don't know what to do. Should I paint? If so, what color?Or should I wallpaper? If so, what color or pattern?Or should I leave the walls the way they are now, which is "examining-room" white?Can you please help me out and steer me in the right direction?

Answer:
For all the reasons you mentioned above, use a neutral color for your walls; but that does NOT mean white. Every single color has a neutral shade, but if you are in doubt about selecting one, and want me to do that for you, I'd have to select taupe. It's the new white, goes with virtually everything (especially black and white) and is a very sophisticated yet safe color. My favorite is by Glidden, and is called Toasty Grey. Glidden stores are throughout the country; Home Depot also carries the brand. Opt for a satin/eggshell finish for the walls.Wallpaper is fine for some people and in some areas of the home, but it is labor intensive, hard to remove if you change your mind, and there are a zillion patterns and colors to choose from.Paint -- and color specifically -- is the easiest, most economical way to re-do your home. I personally think the taupe I've recommended would be good for every room in your home, and an excellent way to get you out of your sterile environment. (Check out the color!)maybe if you want more information,You can refer to this blog which show you an article about CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN and Kitchen backsplash Ideas: (if those website not change)Contemporary Kitchen BLOG:http://contemporarykitchen-backsplashideas.blogspot.comHow to get Kitchen Backsplash Ideas for your Kitchen Article (enzinearticle):http://kitchen-backsplash-ideas2.blogspot.com/Great Kitchen Question and Answer Blog:http://kitchen-question-answer.blogspot.comSource(S)CONTEMPORARY Kitchen Backsplash Ideas Bloghttp://contemporarykitchen-backsplashideas.blogspot.comHope that helps, post back if need be- regards

 

Question : Kitchen Cabinets:Painting Kitchen Cabinets hardware?
I have 30 year old kitchen cabinets in very good condition that I plan on painting. I would like to reuse the hardware and I thought about painting them rather than replacing them. How can I prepare the hardware for spray painting.My thoughts on this would be to spray with a high gloss enamel or flat enamel followed by clear coat.Do you know if painting hinges/pulls holds up well with use?

Answer:
Hi!.an enamel and a clear coat is the way to go...you just need to clean the hardware, and a scrub with mineral spirits and 0000 steel wool, and a careful drying with a clean rag,should do it. As far as durability, it won't match the durability of plating or a baked on enamel, but it should give you a few years of good use..if the original finish is a plating, you might want to scuff sand the metal for increased grip of the enamel.It's important to use thin coats and paint carefully, you don't want to gum up the hinge mechanisms...Maybe if you want more information,You can refer to this website which show you an article and videos abaout Kitchen cabinets and Kitchen Backspalsh IdeasHow to Paint Kitchen Cabinets http://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/kitchen-cabiners-ideashow-to-paint.htmlKitchen cabinets refacing VIDEOShttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/try.html How to Replace Kitchen Cabinets http://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-kitchen-cabinets-ideashow-to-replace.htmlHow to Select and Install Kitchen Cabinetshttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/installing-kitchen-cabinets.htmlKitchen Cabinets BLOG:http://kitchen-cabinets-ideas.blogspot.comHow to get Kitchen Backsplash Ideas for your Kitchen Article:http://kitchen-backsplash-ideas2.blogspot.com/Great Kitchen Question and Answer Blog:http://kitchen-question-answer.blogspot.comSource(S)Painting Kitchen Cabinets BLOGhttp://home-cabinetsideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/kitchen-cabiners-ideashow-to-paint.htmlHope that helps, post back if need be- regards- Richard Man Ubest of luck

 

Question : What are fusion Kitchen?
Hi All, I recently read about 'fusion kitchen' in the print media. Can any one help me with more info/links/services in Delhi/NCR. Saraswati?

Answer:
"Fusion kitchen" is a marketing and interior design phrase that describes the new trend of American (and European?) kitchens that are open to the living room. At parties and family gatherings, people tend to congregate in the kitchen for conversation, plus people often eat dinner in front of the t.v., and kitchens are becoming larger and more well-designed as a show of wealth and status. To accommodate all these things, kitchens are no longer closed off from the rest of the house like they used to be. The kitchen and the living room areas become "fused" into one big area that combine function and entertaining. The style of the design elements of the kitchen (lighting, cabinetry, countertops, wall color, etc.) are similar to design elements of the living room (lighting, furniture, wall color, etc.) to help bring the rooms together. An "island" usually divides the areas and provides a countertop workspace and storage for the kitchen area, but there is no wall to separate the two rooms. Here are some examples:http://www.showing247.com/1155artfoundry/kitchen.jpghttp://www.bigwhitevacationrentals.net/ SouthPoint%20Website%20-%20Feb%202008/accommodation/southpoint-26/photo%20gallerey/SouthPoint%2026%2 0Kitchen.jpghttp://www.bestbnb.com/CoffeeGrounds/living_kitchen_lg.jpgErnestomeda also uses the phrase to describe a particular line of products in their kitchen design portfolio that emphasizes the concept of merging the kitchen and living areas.http://www.ernestomedachicago.com/viewdoc.asp?co_id=34

 

Question : Modular Kitchen?
What is the minimum and ideal kitchen room size for setting up a modular kitchen?

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MODULAR KITCHENS Ready kitchens have taken the world by storm. Scrupulously designed to fulfil individual needs and adapt to available space, modular kitchens that have become the common way of life. Standardized modules, pre-fabricated in a varied range of materials, colours and finishes graciously fit the bill of fare to suit the modern kitchen. With the convenience and comfort of ready modules, one can avail of modern facilities and maintain a consistency in décor that defines one’s personal statement of style. This has placed the modern housewife and working woman on the threshold of hand convenience where one needs to do is order for one and before you blink your eye the ready kitchen is fitted into your house. The basic modules are characterized by standardized units for the floor and wall, deep units to accommodate electrical appliances and gas trolleys, and a wide choice of accessories in the form of wire baskets, carousels, adjustable shelves and pull-out units. Materials used are just as varied. You could choose from natural or lacquered wood, combinations of wood and laminate, laminate and granite, or even aluminum and marble, or just flow freely with the tide of ingenious material at hand and explore your creative flair for a custom built one. No matter what the size and the shape of the kitchen, the two basic preferences have always been wood and laminate for the cabinets and shutters, along with sturdy material like marbles or granite for the worktops. All other options are generally designed around these. Advantages of a modular kitchen are: They look good. Optimize space. Are made of durable material. Selection of different materials for different uses is a difficult decision to make which is easily solved by a modular kitchen. A modular kitchen takes care of things like exhaust hoods/chimneys which otherwise is ignored. Replacement/repairs are easy. Kitchen work/equipments/utensils get proper definition, role and place to function. Person gets motivated to work in such kitchens. Disadvantages of modular kitchens are: They are expensive. Designs are limited. Normally the materials used do not take care of local needs and hence do not function optimally. They are not adaptable to all cuisines. User can ask for limited changes. Repairs/replacements can be expensive. Most often people have to change their work habits as per the modular kitchen design. Modular kitchens look similar and after some time can appear monotonous. Inorder to change it, one has to go for entire renovation and not simply in parts.

 

Question : What is the kitchen brigade system?
The kitchen brigade was invented by Auguste Escoffier.

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okay... the kitchen bridage system... is the system that gives ranks inside the kitchen...escoffier mdae this, so that the kitchen would be organized... it gave the people inside the kitchen individual tasks but still they maintained their teamwork inside the kitchen...the basic brigade looks like this...Executive ChefSous ChefYour Chef D Parties (Station Chefs)then your commis 1, 2 and 3i have studied this back when i was still studying in school.. i hope that this helps!

 

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