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  • Updating Your Kitchen?

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    Which room gets the most in your home? For most families, the kitchen is the ultimate gathering location in any house. Update your kitchen's look with some of these great ideas:

    Sleek Is In

    The changing look of kitchens gives cabinets, sinks and appliances clean, sharp lines, with lots of drawers and compartments so that everything has a place out of sight.

    “Everything will now be hidden,” said Sarah Price, a designer for Founders Kitchen & Bath Inc. in Alpharetta, Georgia.

    “We are even showing countertops with the mixer in them so you pull it up out of the drawer and use it," said Price, who also works in sales for the company. "But the new look is for very little – if anything – on the countertops."

    Dacor is showing appliances with LCD displays and touch controls. Handles of appliances in the Discovery series underscore an effort to achieve a clean, modern look.

    Sinks are also becoming more streamlined. Brizo's "SmartTouch Faucet Technology" eliminates handles and levers for turning water on and off. A touch of the faucet starts the water running; a second touch stops it.

    Read more at eHow Home

    Filed under: Common Household Repairs, Home Mechanic Tips, Painting & Remodeling
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