Is the dining room dead?

Is the dining room dead?
Her award-winning kitchen design features an island and round dining alcove. The open concept is seen in new construction and is mainly high end because that's what is going up in our area, explained Strong. It generally involves the kitchen, eating …
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Oldies but Goodies in the Fix & Flip Market
As always, the kitchen presents the greatest opportunity to improve the structure, and also the highest rehab cost. A complete redesign is often unnecessary however, as often resurfacing cabinets and work surfaces, as well as upgrading to modern …
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Lastest Kitchen Cabinet Makeover News

Lastest Kitchen Cabinet Makeover News

What to look for when picking a home renovation company
Jim McCoy, owner of the Kitchen Guild and BathExpress in Northwest Washington and Fairfax, says showroom-based companies such as his carry a select number of cabinet lines and have staff designers who guide clients through the design of remodeled …
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Jobless rate drops in all 120 Kentucky counties
… statewide unemployment rate this past October was 5.3 percent, down from 6.0 percent in September and compared to 7.9 percent in October 2013, according to the employment office, an arm of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet …
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Team selected to redesign convention center

Team selected to redesign convention center

Team selected to redesign convention center
The team chosen by a committee of state officials working with the Kentucky Finance and Administration Cabinet includes two design fims — HOK, using its Chicago office, and EOP of Lexington. Also on the team is architect Don Grinberg … Karen …
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Bullitt Memories | The 1937 Flood
Mom had just put a 24 lb. bag of self-rising flour in the kitchen cabinet flour bin. The water came in, and the flour did what self-rising flour is supposed to do. It rose and rose and rose until it covered half of the kitchen. Beautiful brown foamy …
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Not in the face: A guide to politicians' weird injuries and bandages
Those of us who are truly committed to the culinary arts know it's totally fine to run around your kitchen like a maniac and whack your face on stray cabinet doors. Your pain shows real dedication, so it's cool as long as you don't start crying in the …
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