Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 22:37:12 PM by Renata Vecoli. Kitchen Appliances. Induction Cooktops. An induction cooker uses electricity to heat cooking vessels that are ferrous (made of iron or iron-based), as opposed to generating heat in the burner itself. The result is a process that is fast, precise and energy efficient, Trivisonno says. But because many homeowners are not yet fully comfortable with the technology, she notes, they are opting to experiment with smaller built-in models or countertop versions.
Published at Sunday, August 04th 2019, 06:00:05 AM by Abelone Christiansen. Kitchen. Furniture that looks like it´s been dipped in paint is a popular home design trend, and this technique works well with kitchen chairs. To try it, paint just the legs of your chairs or the backs of them. Or reverse this effect and paint the entire chair except for the bottom half of the legs. This is a great way to introduce a hint of color without completely covering your chairs. Chalkboard paint can also work wonders with kitchen chairs. Use it to create mini chalkboards on the back of each chair so family members and guests can claim their spots when mealtime rolls around.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 08:03:20 AM by Renata Vecoli. Kitchen Appliances. Once the logistics are set, your best bet is a sturdy stainless-steel sink and an outdoor-approved faucet with a high-arcing neck, so you can fit large pots or basins underneath it easily.
Published at Monday, May 13th 2019, 17:49:27 PM. Kitchen By Didrika Gunther. After you‵ve finished sanding, make sure to prime your chairs. Many people choose to skip this step, but you shouldn‵t. Priming will ensure your chairs have a beautiful, clean finish. Once the primer is completely dry, you can begin painting your chairs. Remember to go with the grain of the wood and use consistent strokes with your paintbrush or roller. Let the paint dry in-between coats, and make sure to seal the chair with a layer of polyurethane. This final step will protect your chairs from inevitable kitchen spills and general wear and tear, and it will also give them a glossy, even finish.
Published at Saturday, May 11th 2019, 07:52:47 AM. Kitchen By Hansine Pedersen. Whichever color or decorative technique you choose, you´ll be amazed at how different your chairs will look with just a few coats of paint.
Published at Thursday, May 09th 2019, 19:55:29 PM. Kitchen By Pedra Navarro. If you'd like to paint your kitchen backsplash, you′ll need to figure out the colors you′d like to use. It‵s important to consider the other colors you have in the room before settling on the perfect shade.
Published at Wednesday, May 08th 2019, 16:13:24 PM. Kitchen By Aubrianne Fournier. Yellow, red, blue, white, green and gray are all popular paint colors for kitchen walls. Yellow is a cheerful shade that can create a welcoming space while red can feel intense; both are believed to stimulate the appetite. Blue, white, green and gray are more low-key, calming shades.
Published at Monday, May 06th 2019, 17:49:07 PM. Kitchen By Rosalba Tuscany. A semi-gloss finish is even glossier than a satin one, but it reflects a lot of light without being too over the top. Another tough finish that′s easy to scrub, it′s a smart choice for the kitchen and especially your backsplash. Glossier finishes tend to highlight imperfections in the wall, so this isn‵t the best option if your walls have a few dents and dings.
Published at Saturday, May 04th 2019, 08:10:43 AM. Kitchen By Hansine Pedersen. A painted kitchen ceiling can also help draw the eye upward or bring high ceilings down. It`s a nice way to completely envelop a room in color if you choose to paint your ceiling and walls the same color. But choosing the right color for a kitchen ceiling can be tricky.
Published at Friday, May 03rd 2019, 19:13:43 PM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. Once you´re ready to start painting, you´ll want to prime the ceiling. Once the primer is dry, paint a 2- to 3-inch cut-in line on the ceiling using a paintbrush. Make sure to start painting the ceiling with your roller while the cut-in line is still wet to avoid having a visible line. Then, make a zigzag pattern with your roller and go over that with straight strokes to even out the paint. Let the first coat dry and then start the same process over again for a second coat.