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By Design Custom Home Concierge
Great article with creative ideas to incorporate into your kitchen whether you are remodeling or building a new home. Congratulations to homeowners/custom home builder Johnny and Gillian Martin and their talented designer Jamie Blake! Just came back from a trip to London in September - loved your city, your country and especially the people. Now back to the project - I especially liked adding a mirror to the back of the glass front cabinets to create depth and the illusion of more glasses - it also add extra "sparkle" and who doesn't love extra sparkle in their kitchen? I'm also a fan of zinc topped tables. They are so practical because you just wipe them clean if anything spills and they also give an added dimension of shine to a room. I think they work fine in both kitchen and dining spaces. We included a zinc topped table in a recent Parade of Homes in Austin, Texas and folks just loved it! Below is a photo of the zinc topped table from the Parade of Homes at Willie Nelson's Ranch. If you want to see more photos of this home, they are on my Houzz Pro Page. Good job Team Martin!
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Mercy Me
Fantastico!
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Becky Harris
I love all the bright color, ingenuity and thoughtfulness that went into this happy house. I started reading to learn more about The Day of the Dead and see the decorations, but there are also so many great approaches to designing for the whole family in this story too.
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karavosk
Wow! That tiny kitchen is incredible. So stylish and thanks to that window, open and airy feeling. Beautiful!
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karavosk
Wow! That kitchen, though tiny, feels open and airy (thanks to that window) and is so stylish and beautiful.
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bsgibbs
Thank you for this article! I have been eyeing this plant for awhile. It has a beautiful shape. Now I'll know more when I finally add it to the garden.
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aliceccone
This is a wonderful discussion as I love to see civilized traditions passed down to each generation. Start teaching children proper table manners early. Using the "good" stuff is an encouragement to do that. Somehow paper plates just don't encourage good table manners.
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roseannechobanuk
If your silverware is silver plate, which is very common, the tinfoil, baking soda & boiling water method of cleaning will remove a tiny layer of the silver plate each time & do damage after repeated cleanings using this method. If true sterling(solid silver), no problem. This works the same with jewellery.
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