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Kitchen tour features some hot colors and cool appliances


Kitchen tour features some hot colors and cool appliances

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Kitchen tour features some hot colors and cool appliances
News from The Union Leader:

If cost is no object when designing or redesigning a kitchen, new “must haves” include an induction cooktop whose entire surface is a “burner,” a built-in coffeemaker with its own dedicated plumbing and a steam oven in your gourmet range.

And for the wine connoisseur, there is a wine refrigerator/storage unit with UV protection, microprocessor controlled temperature, alarm system and WiFi key.

But you can create or update a kitchen at many price levels without sacrificing style.

Frank Morris Jr. at Granite State Cabinetry and David Souter at Baron’s Major Appliances offered some guidance on kitchen trends in colors, appliances and flooring.

The two companies — Granite State Cabinetry in Bedford and Baron’s, in Manchester and five other locations — are sponsors of the eighth annual Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour Sunday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The June 3 fundraiser includes self-guided tours of three homes in Bedford and three in Manchester, lunch and a late afternoon appetizer and wine tasting with cooking demonstrations by New Hampshire chefs.

Morris said at least 50 percent of the kitchens now have white painted cabinets versus a stained wood. “It’s a light, clean, refreshing look,” said Morris, with the added benefit of making the room look larger.

Glass-front cabinets are also popular, especially for display. Perhaps surprising…………… continues on The Union Leader

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KraftMaid kitchen well worth the wait
News from yourhome.ca:

Living Style

May 28, 2012 Alex Newman

When Michelle Gravelle said to her partner, “I can win this contest,” it wasn’t a case of wishful thinking.

The postgraduate student thought she had a chance to win the $ 50,000 KraftMaid kitchen makeover because it wasn’t a random draw — first you had to create an entry, write a blurb and then enlist your friends to vote online for you entry.

“So at least there was an appearance of having control over the outcome.”

Friends and family really got into following the weekly voting results online, says Gravelle, but being neck and neck with another entry was a nail biter, until her entry surged ahead at the last minute.

Gravelle and her partner were more than ready to win — their own kitchen was in a desperate state. Had they not won the contest, the kitchen they had in mind would have been half the size, “pieced together from the best deals to fit a modest budget, and completed over a much longer period of time.”

Because they were already looking for a kitchen, Gravelle had researched the project thoroughly……………. continues on yourhome.ca

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