Link Love: Adding personality to your kitchen, making your office more homely and space planning
By John Kirchner
April 18, 2012
11 Tips for Adding Personality and Style to Your Kitchen
Make your kitchen quintessentially you without swinging a single sledgehammer. CasaSugar shows how you can revitalize the kitchen through deliberate use of artwork, accessories and personal artifacts. Besides, what can a stainless steel refrigerator really say about you?
Home Offices That Earn Their Keep
Whether you run a business out of your home or you’re in the business of bring work home, a home office should be just that — equal parts home and office. Here’s a look at functional home offices that also reflect the personality and style of their owners. Bottom line: There’s no harm in adding some creature comforts to your workspace.
Space Planning 101
Home Renovation Guide
For most homeowners, spacing is a matter of feel. But feel doesn’t work so well for architects and interior designers. Here, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and Design Works, Inc. have formalize the art of spacing with a very helpful tipsheet.