"Maureen McGeehan of DuPont, introduces the new "spicy" U.S. colors for DuPont™ Corian® and Zodiaq®, which were unveiled at the 2011 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) held in Las Vegas, Nev. (U.S.)". Via: http://bit.ly/mPETsO
Moms! Dads! Kids! Our extensively renewed Children’s Museum — featuring a dozen new galleries — officially re-opens its doors to the public Saturday. The ribbon-cutting is 10 a.m. Crazy fun day. Or, take in their “Exclusive Sneak Peak Event” Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for a pre-public viewing. Very VIP admission is $10, and worth every penny" Laurie Mustard - Winnipeg Sun
Swapping your under extended sink is becoming far more common than a double sink. Making the switch can perform triple duty by adding more space, bring nostalgia to your room, and it also gives your home a modern touch. The change does however come with the the risk of having to modify your countertop but it can easily be achieved. Here are some inspiration pictures for you to grab some ideas from. Now is your time to dream big and never have to worry about filling up your sink with only a few small dishes.
Is this cute or creepy? Wall decals are becoming popular and are a great way to express yourself. These vinyl stickers are removable and easy to apply. Check out the link to see more great ideas on adding some creativity to your home.
Cambria's new Waterstone Collection is really starting to buzz. Lifestyle Expert, Brianne Bauer, shares the latest trends in home décor, including Cambria's new Waterstone Collection on Kare 11 news in Minneapolis! The Showcase is part of the annual Midwest Home Luxury tour that takes place throughout Minnesota homes on the weekends of June 10-12, 24-26, 2011.
Tim Thaler needed more space for his kitchen but couldn't sacrifice the space for an island so he came up with this! Here is his explanation on his fantastic invention. "This is my kitchen island, below is an unfinished utility/storage room. A hydraulic scissor lift is at bolted to the cement, and then a small frame is built on top of the scissor lift table. On top of that is a subfloor, flooring, and then the island. The cabinet doors are on the other side, and have safety push button switches that kill the electricity from the Smart Home Insteon switches, and prevent it from moving when the doors are not fully closed. This lift can easily lift over 1,500lbs, so it was an important safety feature! Please comment if you are interested in seeing the inner workings of this. Believe it or not. I used IKEA boxes