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Design Notebook | In the kitchen, concrete mixes well with marble

 

Design Notebook | In the kitchen, concrete mixes well with marble

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Design Notebook | In the kitchen, concrete mixes well with marble
News from Kansas City Star:

By SARA NOBLE

Designer Sara Noble’s kitchen makeover included new concrete countertops with an undermount sink. Carrera marble tile went beyond a backsplash and around the windows and cabinets. If you missed Noble’s column about painting her kitchen cabinets, go to Kansas City.com/home.

I recently completed a budget remodel of my kitchen. I updated finishes and gave my kitchen a fresh look that is more in line with my personal style.

In my previous column, I talked about how great my white cabinets are in serving the look and function of my kitchen. Now I’ll continue with my countertops. I have been drooling over concrete for years. I love the organic look of it. I appreciate how it looks sturdy and strong, and how it mixes with the more refined details like the marble backsplash.

Not all concrete is installed the same way……………. continues on Kansas City Star
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Asheville nurse offers dos and don’ts for your prescriptions
News from Asheville Citizen-Times:

As I searched my kitchen cabinets for a particular spice the other day, I happened upon several outdated vitamins and a few prescription drugs stored in a back corner.

As I looked at the bottles, I noticed some expired in 2006. Why were these in the cabinets still? I couldn’t tell you. But as I began to gather them up and trash them, I remembered some tips about the proper way to get rid of medications.

Don’t: Flush medications or pour them down the drain, as it could affect the water supply.

Do: If they are in solid form (pills), crush them, place in water, then mix with flour, coffee grounds or kitty litter and place in a bag or old container before tossing them in the trash. If the medication is liquid, mix with flour or kitty litter then discard it.

Do: Ask if you don’t know what to do. There are some prescription medications that can be flushed, but check with your local pharmacy. Directions for disp…………… continues on Asheville Citizen-Times
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