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31 New Kitchen and Bath Products: 2020

Thinking about remodeling your kitchen or bath this year? We’ve rounded up 31 of our favorite products from the 2020 KBIS show. Top Kitchen & Bath Trends and Products 1. Timeless profile A handsome marriage of form and function, this top-of-the-line gooseneck faucet has deft details, a high-shine finish, a pull-down spray, plus a motion sensor for hands- free operation. Perrin & Rowe Georgian Era Touchless Pull-down Faucet in chrome, $1,358; House of Rohl 2. Clean slate Counters made from quartz and resin look good for years with minimal fuss. This gold-flecked slab’s on-trend blue, gray, and charcoal veining is…


5 Favorites: Modern Wood Paneled Baths

5 Favorites: Modern Wood Paneled Baths - RemodelistaIcon - Arrow LeftIcon - Arrow RightIcon - External LinkIcon - MessageIcon - Down ChevronIcon - CloseIcon - Dropdown ArrowIcon - Location PinIcon - Zoom OutIcon - Zoom InIcon - SearchIcon - EmailIcon - FacebookflipboardIcon - InstagramIcon - PinterestIcon - TwitterIcon - Check Mark An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action. An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action. An icon we use to indicate a button link is external. The icon we use to represent an email action. Used to indicate a dropdown. Used to indicate a close action.…


Steal This Look: Utilitarian Kitchen in Melbourne, Australia

A while back we featured a house on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne, Australia, from architects O’Connor and Houle. The house was designed for the architects themselves and revolves around a central kitchen-living area. The kitchen, custom built of local tallowwood, is a winning combination of Scandi design and Japanese utility. Here, we’ve re-created the look with some of the kitchen’s key elements and a list of quirky, colorful accessories. Above: Photograph of the kitchen via Dwell Magazine. Above: Open shelving displays an eclectic mix of tableware. Photograph by Earl Carter for O’Connor and Houle. See the entire house in our…


Rehab Diary: Architect Ben Daly and Family at Home in a Converted Sheep Shed

“I like to get very hands-on with my projects because I believe as an architect we have to engage more,” says Ben Daly. “Currently, it’s just me that does 95 percent of absolutely everything.” By everything he’s referring to not only his design but construction work. Ben came to his profession as someone “interested in understanding how things work.” After earning his architecture degree at Auckland University in his native New Zealand, he worked for firms in London and Sydney designing community buildings, art galleries, and competition entries. Back in New Zealand and wanting “a new challenge that allowed me…


Building a Fire Pit from a Kit

Project details Skill 3 out of 5 Moderate Estimated Time 2-3 hours Steps for building a fire pit from a kit: Determine a good location for a fire pit. Be sure there are no trees overhead or any other structures that could catch fire from floating embers. Use the center ring of the kit and the first course of blocks to determine how wide the hole needs to be. Cut a circle a few inches around the outside of the course of blocks with the shovel. Using the shovel, pull up the top layer of grass and set it aside…


S18 E25: Quartz Countertops, Firepit Kit

Previous episode: S18 E24 | Next episode: Posting on May 31, 8pm ET In this episode: Kevin O’Connor learns how quartz countertops are manufactured and then helps install one in a homeowner’s kitchen; Nathan Gilbert explains the proper way to hang and display a U.S. flag; Tom Silva and Jenn Nawada split firewood using a variety of techniques; Mark McCullough installs a fire pit that comes in a kit. Kevin O’Connor learns how quartz countertops are manufactured and then helps install one in a homeowner’s kitchen. Where to find it? Kevin toured the manufacturing facility for Cambria Stone. The slab…

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