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8 Bonus Room Ideas

Categories: Home Design Trends, New Homes | Posted: August 13, 2015

Bonus room ideas for transforming extra space in your home

How many ways can you use a bonus room? Here are 8 great ideas…

Who can’t use a little extra space in their home? The bonus room has become a desirable feature for new homebuyers. With one room that’s not designated for a particular purpose, you can create the functional space that best suits your lifestyle.

How many ways can you use a bonus room?

Family/game room. If you’re tired of having toys, books, DVDs, and video game system controllers kicking around your living room, you might be ready for a family room or game room, where you can centralize the more active entertainment. Accent the space with storage spaces, like cabinetry and cubbies, to store the games and toys.

Home theater. A home theater allows you, your family, and your guests to kick back and enjoy a movie in the comfort of your home—without the high cost of tickets and concessions. Convert the bonus room by adding a large tv screen, a home theater system to deliver the audio quality, comfortable seating, and the right lighting (with dimmers, of course).

Craft space. Any crafter knows that the supplies somehow pile up and clutter makes it hard to be creative and productive. A craft room, art studio, or other creative space will have all the equipment, tools, and supplies where you can readily access and use them. Hang racks and build storage for paper, ribbons, fabrics, and yarn, or whatever your passion requires.

Man cave. The two words that can send a man into a euphoric daydreaming state. The man cave provides a private haven, where the man of the house can hide from the “Honey Do” list, enjoy a book or magazine without interruption, play poker, have the remote control all to himself, and just revel in his thoughts. A great use for a bonus room, the man cave might feature comfortable furniture (e.g., reclining sofa with cup holders), a poker or pool table, gaming system, music system, small fridge, and bar.

Home office. More people are working from home, either occasionally or full-time. A bonus room enables you to designate a home office space where you can either close yourself away to get work done, or close that work off from your personal life. The dividing line between work and living is essential to thriving in both. Make sure you can readily access the Internet from this room. And don’t forget the home office deduction on your income tax return!

Exercise room. When you have an exercise room or fitness center—as opposed to a treadmill tucked in a corner where it doubles as a clothes dryer—you’re more likely to utilize the value of the equipment. Install a television screen so you can entertain yourself or watch workout videos. Include a small fridge or a water dispenser to keep hydrated. Choose flooring that is both durable and easy to clean. Foam and rubber tiles provide the cushioning you need and are easily replaced when damaged.

Homework station. Avoid “The dog ate my homework” excuse when your students can organize their books and assignments in a homework station. In addition to a desk, computer, Internet access (with parental controls) and bookshelves, include bulletin boards for posting calendars, notes, and reminders. You can also use dry erase, chalkboard, or magnetic primer right on the walls to turn them into functional space. With dry erase and magnetic primer, you apply one coat and then cover with your choice of wall paint.

Guest room. A bonus room generally doesn’t include a closet, but for a guest room, you don’t need one. Just furnish the space with an armoire to allow them to hang up and store clothing. You can also use a day bed with underbed storage or a trundle bed to accommodate an extra guest.

How will you use your bonus room?

Sammamish: A Wonderful City to Raise a Family

Categories: Sammamish Washington | Posted: August 7, 2015

The City of Sammamish, located approximately 20 miles East of Seattle, is one of the most desirable cities in Washington to live in. With it’s highly reputable schools, friendly residents, and its prime location near many large companies, there’s no doubt why homes there are selling fast. The school districts in Sammamish were rated as some of the best in the state.  It’s no wonder that this year, Sammamish was voted as the Best Suburb to Raise a Family in Washington State.

Recreation
The City of Sammamish offers plenty of water recreation, not only on Lake Sammamish, but also Beaver Lake and Pine Lake. There are several city parks including: Beaver Lake Park, Pine Lake Park, Sammamish Park, and Ebright Creek Park. Sammamish also has two private golf courses – Sahalee Country Club and the Plateau Club. It is located a very easy commute to Snoqualmie Pass to the East, where residents can enjoy snow skiing and hiking. Other recreational facilities include the Columbia Athletic Club and the Sammamish Family YMCA.

Sammamish has a massive list of city wide events going on all year round, including Concerts in the Park, weekly KidsFirst themed entertainment at the library, and art classes. Discover the current Sammamish list of events by checking their event calendar here.

Schools

Sammamish is served by both the Lake Washington School District and Issaquah School District. These are two of the most highly acclaimed school districts in Washington State. Included in the Issaquah District is Skyline High School which boasts a superior football program with seven state titles, Many of Skyline’s alumni have gone on to pay Division 1 college football.  Sammamish is also home to Eastside Catholic School, a faith-based private school for grades 6-12.

Grocery Stores

Sammamish has a great variety of shopping options from large grocery chains such as Costco, Quality Food Center, Whole Foods, and Trader Joes to small ethnic markets like Apna Bazar and the Sammamish Farmer’s Market. In the summer another shopping option that is very popular is the Farmer’s Market that are held on Wednesdays at the Sammamish Commons Plaza at City Hall.

With so many things to do in the city, it’s no wonder that Sammamish was Voted as America’s Friendliest Town in 2012 by Forbes Magazine.

American Classic Homes has built several lovely communities in Sammamish, Washington. Currently available in the area we have Tarrington Place, The Commons, Westmont, and Heritage Estates, in addition to those there are several Spot Lot Homes that are under construction in some fantastic established neighborhoods as well.

Mudroom Design Ideas: Clean Up Your Messiest Space

Categories: Interior Design | Posted: August 2, 2015

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The very name “mudroom” conjures up unpleasant images: piles of discarded coats, shoes, boots, socks, and scarves; a trail of dirt; backpacks that certainly hold something that should be seen, read, signed, or discussed. Your mudroom is the threshold to your family’s living space, that back door entrance that brings the outdoors in, but not all the way.

If you’re ready to take off those blinders and make sense of this area, let’s talk about cleaning up in the mudroom. To get you started, here are some design ideas for your messiest space.

First, take into consideration that the purpose of the mudroom is to provide a place where people can leave or grab things, like keys, coats, and backpacks—items that should be left near a doorway so they’re easy to find as needed. What you need is organization for that clutter, and to create a system that others can stick with.

Then, break it down into storage spaces, according to items. Hooks are great for coats, scarves, backpacks, and leashes. Place them at the appropriate height for each person and label with the name, to make it even faster to grab and go.

Cubbies are the ideal solution for a mudroom. You can choose an open cubby cabinet, and if you don’t like to see what’s shoved into each space, place a box or basket in there. Label each one with the items that should go there, like “Gloves, Hats & Mittens” and “Schoolwork”.

Doors are great on cabinets in your mudroom. You can paint them (inside or out) with chalkboard, magnetic, or whiteboard paint to create message boards. Adhere corkboard to post papers, notes, coupons, schedules, and other items you need to keep handy.

A locker room design may work well in your mudroom. Even if you don’t use a metal locker for each person, you can have a long cubby, with a small one above it. The long cabinet can store sports equipment, umbrellas, and other large items.

Place a hamper for wet, muddy, and soiled clothes, so that they aren’t shoved in a corner, dropped on the floor, or (sigh) left in a backpack.

Make a place in your mudroom to stash your keys—just don’t make it obvious, where anyone might be able to grab them. Attach hooks inside a cabinet door or place a basket out of reach of small hands.

Finally, don’t forget that your mudroom is still part of your home. Add color and décor that reflects your style. Wall sconces are a great way to add style as well as task lighting to a mudroom.

The best part about redecorating a small space is that it’s a fairly quick fix, but the results of your mudroom makeover can really brighten your home!

Demand Report: Millennials prefer single-family homes

Categories: Lifestyle, New Home Selections, New Homes, Real Estate News | Posted: July 20, 2015

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While Baby Boomers showed a preference in their early years for apartment living, their grown children are leaning toward the single-family home as their housing preference—whether renting or owning. A Fannie Mae report released July 1, 2015 showed that a rising number of people between the ages of 25 and 34 are occupying single-family homes.

In 2000, 50.9 percent of renters and 84.5 percent of homeowners in this age group lived in a single-family home. In 2013, those numbers increased to 52.4 and 88.9 percent, respectively. Not a huge leap, but the trend continues, according to the report, “Rent or Own, Young Adults Still Prefer Single-Family Homes”.

Patrick Simmons, director of strategic planning for Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Group, said the upward climb is important for builders and developers. “Given the massive size of the Millennial generation, this life-cycle progression should support continued recovery in housing construction, and bodes well for a stronger rebound in the single-family sector in the second half of the decade.”

Previously, Millennials had posted smaller homeownership numbers than their preceding generations, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Silent Generation (Traditionalists). But the shift toward the desire for living in a single-family home—as opposed to apartment, condominium, townhome, or multi-family residence—is expected to grow as the Millennials reach their 30s, “prime years for first-time homeownership”, according to Simmons. The improved job market, low interest rates on mortgages, and lower down payment requirements are providing significant incentives to convert Millennials into homeowners.

A National Association of Homebuilders survey of the 25- to 35-year-olds showed that 75 percent want a single-family home, and almost 25 percent are looking to live in a rural area, away from the city. They also like their extras, and are willing to pay for options, like energy-efficiency, larger garages, pantries, linen closets, and walk-out basements. They’ll also find the money in their budget to pay for granite or quartz countertops and premium light fixtures.

Millennials are poised to make a major impact on the housing market in the not too distant future.

8 Reasons Why New Homes Beat Used Homes Every Time

Categories: Custom Home Building, Home Warranty, Interior Design, NAHB, New Home Selections, New Homes, Real Estate News | Posted: July 7, 2015

New homes offer more choices and better quality than "used" or older homes.

With great pricing and availability today in new home communities, why would you ever buy a used home? While a used home may sound like a great deal, there are so many more reasons to buy new.

Here are 8 great reasons to consider new verses used as you dive into the current housing market.

1) Quality Construction: Have you ever visited an older home and noticed exterior paint pealing, floors creaking, and a slight breeze through windows or doors even when they’re closed? Each year construction methods improve. With more durable, low maintenance materials and improved building codes, a new home is more airtight and needs less overall care than their older cousins.

2) Pick Your Options: When you walk into a used home you see cabinets that aren’t your first choice, floor coverings that don’t match your tastes and more. When you purchase new, you get to sit down with an array of colors, materials, and styles to choose from in order to make a house reflect your own personal taste.

3) Cleanliness: How do you feel about old toenail clippings or what a black light might uncover as you walk across 5 year-old carpets in that “bargain” foreclosure? Not to mention the things that find their way into crevices of kitchens and bathrooms…in a new home you have the unmistakable pleasure of being the first person to live in the home. It’s truly a clean slate.

4) No Surprises: Used homes may seem like a great deal until you move in and 3 months later the hot water heater blows, the roof leaks, or the dishwasher needs to be replaced. New homes come with new appliances and guarantees.

5) Warranties: A good home builder will provide security against those surprises that happen with a used home. When you buy new you receive builders’ warranties, structural warranties, and the manufacturers warranties that come with new appliances and other materials used to construct your home.

6) Community Lifestyle: New home communities are designed with community in mind. Many have the benefits of walking trails, parks, playgrounds, swimming pools and other amenities that bring the community together. Since everyone in the neighborhood is new you get to take advantage of making new friends and shaping the neighborhood and your lifestyle at the same time.

7) Energy Efficiency: With current industry standards pushing toward greater energy efficiency and smaller environmental footprints, homes are being built with everything from Low-E windows to low flow toilets to reduce consumption and keep bills down. Older homes do not have the benefit of these technologies.

8) No Updating Nightmares: Older homes often look like a good deal if you could just move that wall, put in better lighting, and gut the hot pink bathroom. What you don’t realize is a small project can get out of hand quickly when you peal back the surface. With a new home you can get involved in the process, choose your options and layouts upfront and get what you want the first time through.

These are just 8 of many reasons why new beats out used every time. Have we missed any? Let us know!

Unique container garden ideas

Categories: Lifestyle | Posted: July 2, 2015

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A container garden provides a wonderful way to add color and plants in any space, no matter how small. You can use planters, of course, but if you’re a gardener who likes to think outside the flower box, here are some unique container garden ideas.

Cut a hole in the seat an old chair (wood or metal), or remove it all together. Insert a pot that fits tightly in that space or staple chicken wire to the opening to provide drainage. Make sure you shape the chicken wire to form a bowl under the seat, rather than straight across. Paint the chair in colors that accent the plants in this container garden, add a hook for a watering can, and use the back of the chair to drape your vines.

Other pieces of furniture, like a dresser or just the drawers can be upcycled into a stunning container garden. Refinish the exterior, punch holes in the drawers, and line them with plastic trash bags before adding soil and plants.

Search flea markets and yard sales to find reusable and vintage pieces that spark your creativity, like metal baskets, bath tubs, sinks, and washtubs. Kitchen items like teapots, colanders, soup tureens, and stock pots can be repurposed into planters for container gardens. Succulents (e.g., cacti) do well in shallow containers, so look for pretty serving bowls and birdbaths.

An old bicycle can get more mileage with a makeover. Paint the bike (including the tires), attach baskets to the handlebars and saddle (or wherever you please). While we’re talking wheels here, think about upcycling an old wheelbarrow or a child’s wagon. Car tires also make great container garden planters. Paint them in vibrant colors and stack them for an eye-catching container garden.

The key to finding unique container garden ideas is keeping your mind and eyes open to anything that could hold soil and provide drainage. It could be plastic, wood, metal, ceramic, stone, or any combination of these materials. A plastic mop bucket, wicker laundry basket, or a wooden toy chest can do the trick. Check your basement, attic, garage, and yard. Visit flea markets and garage sales. Browse the clearance areas of department stores. Most importantly – have fun with it!

Discover 5 Ways to Meet New People in Your Community

Categories: Washington | Posted: June 24, 2015

Group Getting CoffeeNow that you’ve moved in to your new home, you may be wondering how you go about making new friends in your area. Luckily Seattle has many wonderful things to do to that will help in your mission to meet new people with your same interests in your community. We live in an age where there is a vast amount of possibilities to meet new people, including the old fashioned introducing yourself to your neighbors with a freshly baked pie, to the more tech savvy app options that are specially designed to help you find people with common interests. There are endless possibilities of meeting new people in your area regardless of which American Classic Homes Community or Spot Lot purchased, but here are our top five recommendations.

 

1. Join a Social Group

Meetup.com is our #1 recommendation to help you find people who have the same interests as you in your neighborhood. You can find people who like to do anything from Kayak at sunset, you can schedule museum play dates with other families, or even just meet up with people for an after work happy hour at a local restaurant. One nice feature about Meetup is that you can set up an event search radius anywhere from 5 to 100+ miles from your home, so if your interests include hiking Mt. Rainer, the range helps so that you will never miss out on any opportunities.

Meetup is the world’s largest network to find local groups of people who have your interests, and if you can’t find what you’re interested in on the site, you can start your own specific Meetup group for free! Learn more about this site to help you make new friends in your area by clicking here.

2. Volunteer in Your Community

Volunteering is a great way not only to make a difference in your community but meet people who have a similar passion. Seattle’s most well known organizations have volunteering opportunities that range from working with helping local elderly residents to scuba diving at the Seattle Aquarium to wave at the visiting children. Click here to learn more about volunteering in your neighborhood.

3. Join a Sports League

You don’t just have to be athletic or into competitive sport to enjoy Underdog Sports in Seattle, just willing to try new things. Underdog sports has a wide variety of competitive sports to chose from including soccer, dodgeball, kickball, bocce ball, flag football, and more. Their leagues can accommodate any level of skill, as well as with their sizable amount of members across the state, scheduling is very accommodating no matter what time you get off of work.

Another plus is that their locations are not solely located in downtown Seattle, there are activities spread all over including near many of American Classic Homes communities in Bellevue, Newcastle, and Kirkland. To learn more about joining a local league click here.

4. Go to a Local Festival

Seattle is known for its music, food, and film festivals, including the Seattle International Film Festival which was named one of the five best festivals in the U.S.A by Rolling Stone magazine. What better way to meet new people than discussing your favorite bands or movies over a beer at one of these amazing events. Discover a festival near your community that interests you by clicking here.

5. Explore Your Community

Make an effort to talk with the locals at restaurants to discover the best hidden gems in your neighborhood. ­­You can also visit your local library and pick up a list of events going on in your town. In communities like Porter’s Run, locals like to visit Pine Lake Park where the community hosts many events including “Summer Nights at the Park”, a series of music concerts, plays, and outdoor movies.

 

 

Creative entertaining ideas for a July 4th party

Categories: Events | Posted: June 18, 2015

4th of July Party Ideas

It’s just around the corner. The 4th of July is a banner holiday for Americans. We celebrate our freedom and the people who have dedicated their lives to preserving it for us. While it is traditional to have a July 4th cookout, why not try a different twist on this year’s Independence Day celebration?

Family Friendly FunFest

If you’re going to have kids (of all ages) at your gathering, release your inner child. Plan some outdoor games, like cornhole with one set of striped bags and one set of starry bags. And there’s game as American as baseball, so get a whiffle ball and bat, and set out the bases before your guests arrive for a Red versus Blue battle. Check out Surfnetkids for more 4th of July games.

The family friendly menu can be just as fun. Add some healthy flavor to your red, white, and blue theme by making skewers of strawberries, blueberries, and marshmallows. Or hollow out a watermelon and use a star-shaped cookie cutter to make your melon pieces more festive.

Set up a lemonade stand with a variety of flavored lemonades, like strawberry, raspberry, and peach. Can’t find them already mixed? Just puree the fruit in a blender and stir it in.

Place coloring stations with poster board and crayons, where the children can draw pictures of what freedom means to them.

Hang a red, white, and blue piñata and have a red or blue bandanna ready to blindfold the players.

And what’s more kid-friendly than bubbles? Set out trays of the liquid (away from the food) with wands that have stars-and-stripes ribbons attached.

Stars & Stripes

There’s nothing more festive than the red, white, and blue of our stars and stripes. Encourage guests to dress in the theme, and offer a prize for the best costume.

For decorations, string white lights around the party area and hang red and blue stars from them. Decorate your great outdoors with streamers, ribbons, star covered balloons, and flags.

Lay out the food in striped patterns. Set out bottled drinks in the shape of star. Layer a parfait with strawberries, blueberries, and marshmallows at the center of your buffet—or just used colored glass pebbles. Use small flag food picks to label everything on your serving table.

Patriotic and Simply Chic

If your tastes trend a bit more upscale, you can take a simply chic approach to your July 4th party. Put star-shaped white lights in large, clear glass vases. Wrap red and blue balloons in white tulle and tie with shimmery white star garlands.

Set your table with a red and white floral arrangement, accented with sheer blue ribbon, sparklers, or a softly draping flag. For your bar, blue glassware and red linens. Accent with empty wine bottles filled with white lights. Use all white place settings for a classic style. For an eclectic chic look, blend mismatched white dishes (spend a little time treasure hunting at thrift shops first).

If your party is outdoors, place oversized pinwheels around the area, with solar lights to brighten them up as the sun goes down. Set up a croquet set for some garden party activity. Plan a patriotic trivia game with questions about American history, U.S. Presidents, and the fifty states.

 

No matter what theme you choose, be sure you plan ahead and create a music playlist. Here are some song suggestions:

“4th of July” (Shooter Jennings)

“All American Girl” (Carrie Underwood)

“America” (Neil Diamond)

“America” (Simon and Garfunkel)

“America the Beautiful” (Ray Charles and Alicia Keyes)

“American Girl” (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)

“American Pie” (Don McLean)

“American Soldier” (Toby Keith)

“Born in the USA” (Bruce Springsteen)

“Coming to America” (Neil Diamond)

“Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue” (Toby Keith)

“God Bless America”

“God Bless the USA” (Lee Greenwood)

“Independence Day” (Bruce Springsteen)

“I’ve Been Everywhere” (Johnny Cash)

“Living in America” (James Brown)

“Living in the USA” (Linda Ronstadt)

“My Country ‘Tis of Thee” (Aretha Franklin)

“Philadelphia Freedom” (Elton John)

“Proud to Be an American” (Lee Greenwood)

“R.O.C.K. in the USA” (John Mellencamp)

“Star Spangled Banner” (Whitney Houston does a wonderful version)

“Surfin’ USA” (The Beach Boys)

“This Land is Your Land” (Woody Guthrie)

“Yankee Doodle Dandy”

The Cambridge – A Modern Design

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: June 4, 2015

 

The Cambridge Floor Plan has a Fresh Modern Design.

The Cambridge Floor Plan has a Fresh Modern Design.

American Classic Homes’ Cambridge floor plan is a modern design that was created to reflect the ways that families live today. It is both spacious and elegant with areas for gathering and spaces that afford privacy.

The Elegant & Inviting Entry of the Cambridge Floor Plan

The Elegant & Inviting Entry of the Cambridge Floor Plan

The Entry is elegant and inviting with a covered porch and welcoming double doors with glass inserts. Off the Foyer, you will find a large Den with a closet. This would be ideal as a Home Office or Study. The entire main level has soaring ten foot ceilings and eight foot tall doors throughout. For formal entertaining the Dining Room offers a stunning bay window. You will really appreciate the timeless details like the coffered ceiling and extensive crown molding.

The Kitchen is a stunning family gathering spot featuring an enormous slab granite center island. The Kitchen opens to the spacious Eating Nook and fireplaced Family Room beyond. There is a sliding glass doors to the covered Patio which is the highlight of the backyard featuring tongue and groove ceiling with recessed lights.

The Enormous Slab Granite Kitchen Island is a Great Gathering Spot.

The Enormous Slab Granite Kitchen Island is a Great Gathering Spot.

The main level also offers a terrific Guest Suite with a large Bedroom and adjacent Bath. The Bath has a fully tiled walk-in shower. This is idea; for long-term guests or it is wonderful for a mother-in-law situation.

The Second Level Master Bath is Luxurious.

The Second Level Master Bath is Luxurious.

The Master Suite is located on the Upper Level and has dramatic vaulted ceilings and plenty of room for a cozy sitting area. It adjoins a sumptuous Master Bath with a tasteful corner soaking tub and a fully tiled walk-in shower. There is an enormous walk-in closet as well as a second closet.

The upper level also has three additional Bedrooms, a Hall Bath and a spacious Bonus Room with a closet that could be used as a sixth Bedroom. The Laundry Room is also conveniently located nearby. An open and airy loft area could be used as a quiet space for reading and relaxing.

 

Heritage Estates is Located in the Renton Highlands near Liberty High School.

Heritage Estates is Located in the Renton Highlands near Liberty High School.

The Cambridge is 3,603 square feet and is currently available in the community of Heritage Estates in the Renton Highlands.

5 Tips to design a chef’s kitchen you’ll love

Categories: Custom Home Building, Home Design Trends, Interior Design, New Home Selections, Renton Homes, Sammamish Homes | Posted: May 28, 2015

Tips for designing the ultimate chefs kitchen for almost any home

When cooking is your passion, the kitchen is the most important space in your home. Today’s foodies are investing in designing the ultimate chef’s kitchen. You don’t need massive space—just smart planning. A true chef’s kitchen is designed with functionality in mind.

Here are some helpful tips to design a chef’s kitchen.

  1. Efficient layout. Follow the triangle pattern that connects you to the sink, refrigerator, and range, without excess steps. A U- or L-shaped kitchen layout or center island provides the best flow from these three key places.
  2. Easy care, durable surfaces. Certainly, you want an attractive kitchen, but you need to consider that the workspace is going to need to withstand a lot of spills, chopping, hot pans and dishes, and splatters. Look for surfaces that are easy to clean, resist stains, and can hide the inevitable scratches. Stainless steel is ideal for appliances and sinks. A quartz countertop is easier to maintain than granite, while still providing an elegant appearance.
  3. Non-skid flooring. With spills and splatters prevalent in your kitchen, you’ll need a non-skid floor. Travertine tile is beautiful, but not easy to keep clean. Cork flooring is becoming more popular in kitchens because it’s eco-friendly, durable, and provides a bit of cushioning for your feet. Vinyl flooring or ceramic tile with a non-skid coating offer a wide range of colors and designs.
  4. Smart storage. Make every space count in your chef’s kitchen. Take advantage of the many cabinetry options available, like deep drawers where you can stash your pots and pans, with the lids so you don’t have to go searching. Install pullout cabinets for your pantry, spice rack, canned goods, and vertical items, like trays, racks, and cookie sheets. Use drawer organizers to separate your cooking utensils. If you like a rustic look, use a pot rack so your pans are at arm’s reach.
  5. Put luxury in your appliances and tools. Quality tools that allow for great results with ease are essential for a chef’s kitchen. A double wall oven, four or six-burner gas stove, oversized refrigerator, professional stand mixer, and warming drawer (many stoves now come with one built in the bottom as well) are some of the finishing touches that contribute to the kitchen of your dreams. Top it off with task lighting in key areas, and you’re cooking now!
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