Sleek modern kitchens were all the rage a couple of years ago. But now, homeowners are re-creating the Happy Days right at home. Retro styles from the 50s and 60s are making a comeback in the kitchen. Just make sure you combine the old with the new. Using too many vintage touches can make your kitchen go from looking trendy to outdated.
There’s perhaps no better indicator that we are living in the technology age than Smart gadgets infiltrating the kitchen. Whether they are little conveniences or big-ticket items, the chef in every home can benefit from the devices that help improve cooking, storage and food preparation. These are some of the next generation kitchen items that are making life a little easier and homes a tad more valuable.
Along with bathrooms, kitchens are the most bacteria-heavy rooms in a home. Here’s how to keep yours clean.
Do you clean your refrigerator regularly, or only after you’ve run out of space? If your answer is the latter, your refrigerator may be harboring dangerous bacteria.
To protect the granite in your home, be sure to seal your countertops at least once annually.
The organic way to clean your microwave oven.
Germ studies show that a kitchen cutting board carries up to 200 times more bacteria than a toilet seat. Here’s how to clean your cutting board.