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12 Kitchens That Don’t Look Like Kitchens

We love when a kitchen looks decidedly un-kitcheny. We love it so much, we even dedicated a Pinterest board to it. Whether it’s with cabinets and shelves so sleek and stylish you forget they’re the keepers of your pasta bowls, appliances that don’t pronounce their presence, or some unexpected artwork, we dig it when a […]

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How to Buy: Marble Worth Marveling

Marble is and has been one of the most sought-after stones in history. From Greek statues to kitchen and bathroom countertops, marble has consistently delivered the beauty we seek. But what makes some marble better than others? April Graves, director of marketing and operations at Aria Stone Gallery, gave us some tips to keep in mind while shopping for marble slabs.

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5 Plate Sets For Your Home Under $100

Admit it, you love to eat. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, sometimes snacks and almost always desert—I’m right there with you. To me though, food is so much more enjoyable when it’s displayed upon a pretty or interesting plate. From vibrant colors, funky patterns, innovative shapes, choosing dishware can be overwhelming and expensive. I’ve rounded up five different types of dining ware for starters, under $100 to add to your kitchen cabinet.

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5 Questions with MacKenzie-Childs Creative Director Rebecca Proctor

Are you a lover of “Courtly Check?” (Just for the record—the Kardashians are.) Or perhaps “Butterfly Garden” is more your style. If these names ring a bell, you’re probably a fan of MacKenzie-Childs. Rebecca Proctor, the creative director for the brand, will be on hand this weekend at Neiman Marcus NorthPark to talk everything M-C with fans. But before she makes her trip to the Lone Star state, we wanted to find out a little bit more about what makes the brand so special. For the full event details, click here—and while you’re there, might as well treat yourself to that last piece of enamelware to complete your collection.

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Move It, But Don’t Lose It: Tips for Surviving a Kitchen Displacement

While May is official “Moving Month,” summer in general seems to be a very busy time for relocating homes or starting major renovation projects. There’s no getting over the dread of packing up your belongings into unknown boxes, but the one room that can really throw people into a tail spin is tearing apart the heart of the home: the kitchen. (After all, there’s no further indignation to switching spaces than not even being able to locate a corkscrew amongst the chaos to open that much needed bottle of wine!)

Before you just start dumping everything in boxes, here are a few simple ways to save your sanity:

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Freshen Up Fridays: Five Kitchen Organization Tools To Add To Your Weekend Shopping List

Happy Friday, D Home organizers!

One of my favorite places in my home is the kitchen. It’s where I gather with friends, attempt to make Pinterest-inspired recipes, and laugh over a glass of wine. With all the use kitchens undergo every day, they tend to get unintentionally unorganized. Luckily, there are cool tools out there to help keep the disarray at bay, and let’s be real, we’re always up for a shopping trip.

Terri Fuller, “chief encouraging organizer” of Top Drawer Organizing, chatted with her colleagues this week to come up with a list of top five must-buys for kitchen organization. With these handy helpers, your kitchen will go from a mess to easy-to-navigate in just one trip to the Container Store or other home supply retailer.

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