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Camber Construction
Kitchen refrigerator
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Is that one of those new refrigerators that makes you disappear?
Kitchen AppliancesGone are the days when consumers scratched their heads at energy labels on appliances — today's homeowners are savvy and want the most bang for their buck in the long and short term. Choosing ecofriendly appliances — particularly in the kitchen — can help, which is why so many Houzz readers
Ecofriendly AppliancesSo many kitchen appliances today come with some sort of ecofriendly or sustainability guarantee slapped to the front of the box. But what actually makes a difference to the environment and your energy bill? Paying close attention to the size and energy output before buying a new appliance
guarantees the appliance has met government standards. However, all Energy Star appliances are not created equal — energy consumption still varies significantly from model to model. The Energy Star website can help you compare models to find to the most efficient refrigerator.Size matters. If you buy a refrigerator
“Microwave” — judykrueger
Keep Smiling Home
Chalkboard Fridge and Vintage Stove
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The Old Appliance Club http://www.antiquestoves.com/toac/thermostats.htm. Everything else was in working order when we got it!
We had the thermostat rebuilt by The Old Appliance Club (http://www.antiquestoves.com/toac/thermostats.htm). We corresponded with them almost daily in the weeks leading up
vintage appliances, hanging pots and pans
brand-new appliances, cabinets or countertops. We applied a fresh coat of paint and hardware and did a little dish organizing. Right now, the kitchen is perfect for us," Katherine says.
purchase new appliances, they scored a cool vintage stove for $45 and painted their old fridge with chalkboard paint.See the rest of this house
“Painted the fridge with chalkboard paint!!!!” — Mysi Finlay
Amy A. Alper
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Amy A. Alper, Architect
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electrical and new vent hood it was best to take it all down. Bead board was not only the more economical choice for replacement but something we felt would give the room more character.
redesign on new appliance placement, making sure that there was plenty of room between the primary kitchen work area and the entrance to the rest of the house.
up with new windows- but with butcher block counters
redesign on new appliance placement, making sure that there was plenty of room between the primary kitchen work area and the entrance to the rest of the house. Countertop: honed black granite; sink: Domsjo, Ikea; faucet: Blanco; drawer pulls: Aubrey, Restoration Hardware
“Chairs” — Laurie Hall
Loudon County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
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Josephine Design LLC
Josephine Design
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Touch up appliances. Years of use can create all sorts of stains and scratches on the once-pristine finish of your washer and dryer.
Touch up appliances. Years of use can create all sorts of stains and scratches on the once-pristine finish of your washer and dryer. If new appliances are not in the cards, consider painting yours with a product designed for the task, like the Appliance Enamel paint from Rust-Oleum. You can also use appliance
take the appliances with you when you leave, or sell them. If there are no hookups, and you have your heart set on a washer and dryer, consider offering to split the costs with your landlord to have the hookups put in. There really isn't an in-between option here, so if you have your heart set on laundry
“Paper towel storage” — kels577
janicemarie
Canadian Cottage
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White appliances have always been a natural fit for country and cottage style. What do you think of today's white appliances? What color or finish are your dream appliances? Let us know in the Comments section. More:24 Great White Kitchens2012 Trends: New Appliances for Every Living SpaceReaders' Choice:
“size” — pbreinha
Niche Interiors
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Marin Remodel
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Upgrade appliances. When you next go shopping for new appliances, choose a fridge, freezer, and dishwasher rated by Energy Star and you could save hundreds of gallons of water each year.2. Use the garbage disposal less. Drop that food in a compost pile instead! Not only will you save water by not turning
“like the walnut cabinets and stools” — pmack60
Beau-Port Kitchens
In Frame Shaker Kitchen in Green Blue & Wimborne White
Ideabooks7,640
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That appliance in the cabinets appears to be a microwave. Or am I completely mistaken?
quality appliances. They have great after customer service as well should anything go wrong. HTH
gorgeous new appliances or floors may come with a good warranty, but it’s only valid if you activate it — so be sure to send in those cards right away.4. Update your homeowner’s insurance policy. Anytime you make a major purchase for your home, you should also contact your insurance agent to update your
“lavadora” — abrancor
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
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it with new appliances and cabinets, and says “I felt that Carrera marble reflected modern times...but the original cooktop was so cool that we had to keep it.” Cabinets stretch all the way to the ceiling to maximize storage. The iconic Starburst clock by George Nelson is another piece featured in MoMA’s
in this New York City apartment that is filled with midcentury icons culled from MoMA's archives.
“Clean, White, A little swanky.” — Celeste Horrocks
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