Before I moved into my house, I lived with tiny kitchens. The kind where you open the oven door and hit the countertops. When I moved into my house, I immediately fell in love with my intensely spacious kitchen.
Whether you’re having a complete top-to-bottom remodel or just making a few changes to alter the atmosphere, there is a lot to consider when it comes to home decor improvement. Luckily, technology is on our side.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day and I’m not in college anymore. When I was a poor college student, drinking a Guinness instead of eating dinner sounded like a great idea. These days I’d rather eat my vegetables and go to bed early, so drinking whiskey and green beer all day sounds more like torture than a good time.
Never before has being environmentally friendly been so trendy. While some people worry that this means it may fall “out of style,” I think it’s a good thing. The more popular this trend grows, the more companies and manufacturers will make an effort to provide eco options for their customers.
It wasn’t until I started cooking regularly that I realized I had been taking my kitchen sink for granted. Previously, my only bonding time with the kitchen sink had been living in an apartment with no dishwasher (never again). Now that I had decided to eat more than instant ramen noodles and anything microwavable, I had discovered the delicate balance between the chef and the kitchen sink. Suddenly I had more than just flatware and cereal bowls to pile into my twin-sided stainless steel tub. Muffin tins, cutting boards, blender tops, crock pots, wine glasses – my dirty dishes are varied and my sink is too small!