Here's How a Magnet Damaged My $2,000 Fridge. Stainless steel appliances sometimes look like big tin cans in your kitchen. Black stainless steel, on the other hand, is an understated alternative to the traditional glaring silver metal, and a big trend in kitchens these days. Before & After
And to me, so are the "Kitchens on Steroids" of the 2000's. Just give me a simple kitchen with room to cook well and a kitchen table for breakfasts with kids, then let's close that kitchen door and go out there and live. Without making the preparation and lure of food the constant center of our homes and lives. We might even lose a little
The kitchen island became a common feature in homes and is still in high demand today. Only one percent of homes across the country in the 90s lacked plumbing facilities. Just 40 years earlier, only 35 percent had this luxury. The 2000s: a new century begins. Well, what goes up must come down.
Individuality was in during the 1990s, and these kitchens were no exception. Take a look back at kitchens of the 1990s. See more of our best kitchens here, then take a look at kitchens from the
With Christopher Kimball, Julia Collin Davison, Bridget Lancaster, Jack Bishop. Hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster and the Test Kitchen cooks prepare America's favorite recipes, passing along valuable tips as they go.
The post-war 1950s were an optimistic time while being largely informed by old-school values. Suburban ranch houses were the norm, featuring the cheerful hues of mint green, turquoise and soft yellow (this image shown here is from an old Sears Home).On the other end of that happy sock-hop look was darker, moodier rustic kitchens (but this is a story about color, so let's move on!).