We looked at finishing touches for holiday decorations and gift wrapping with ideas saved to our Pinterest boards this week. So many interior design and home decor topics await. Pick The Pinterest Boards You Want To Follow HereIt’s like your own private magazine!
Our kitchens get a workout at holiday time. In addition to planning and preparing the special meals and extra baking, we need to feed the masses that are on school holidays and guests who are visiting. This is a time when it is easy to see the short comings of our kitchens and start dreaming about what we’d like to improve. But why, oh why, do kitchen updates cost so much? What if we show you a fantastic updated kitchen that is really budget friendly?
A big thank you to the blog, Minimal-Lol , this week for mentioning that she reads our posts as a brief respite from decluttering as she talks about how a minimalist lives with a maxi-list!
We starting thinking about how to get all the gifts where they need to be, got ready to spread Hanukkah greetings and we are ready to host the party with these ideas saved to our Pinterest boards this week. So many interior design and home decor topics await. Pick The Pinterest Boards You Want To Follow HereIt’s like your own private magazine!
Cookbooks, and online recipes, do one thing very well. They provide us with photos of food that allow us to eat the food first with our eyes. Food blogs have taken the photography of food to a new level. The love affair with good food grows stronger everyday.
This bowl of clam chowder looks like we could dip that spoon right in and pull out the chunks of potatoes, celery and onion. We can almost smell the pepper on the creamy surface. Close your eyes and see if you can envision what the kitchen looks like that got this meal ready for the family table.
Have you got duplicate items, or “double chins” in your home? Hey, life happens. Especially in our kitchens! Cabinets and drawers become over loaded. It can be hard to find what we are looking for. When we work with clients considering a kitchen renovation, we suggest a purge before the project starts. Why keep things in the kitchen that can be disposed of, or stored somewhere else if not needed but a few times a year? Even if you are not renovating….a quick refresher is for everyone!