Grilling season is upon us, and that means many of us are looking into creating the perfect outdoor kitchen for our next barbecue. Setting up an outdoor kitchen in your backyard or patio takes a lot of planning to find just the right furniture, the right grill, and the right spot to set it all […]

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  Finding storage space in the dining room can be an unending struggle at times, can’t it? Sometimes if you’re trying to reorganize and tidy up your dining room you can find yourself running out of options. Dining room storage furniture is always helpful, but there’s only so much space to go around in the […]

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Despite their name, butcher blocks have actually made themselves right at home in regular people’s houses and kitchens all over the place. Whether as standalone butcher blocks for cutting and preparing food, or as a butcher block countertop inside a shelf or counter, there’s a lot of needs that these can fulfill in kitchens of […]

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We can all agree that the dining room seems to have been made for a pretty singular purpose— to dine—can’t we? And yet it feels like if you’re not careful, you can start to see the mess from other rooms begin to accumulate in the dining room instead. Junk mail, coats, backpacks, even unfolded laundry […]

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The kitchen is an area that always seems to be in need of just a little more room. With some more space you could easily put away those pots, pans, and bottles of cooking wine, but no matter how hard you try you never seem to have that extra inch of elbow room, do you? […]

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  “It always pays to buy in bulk”, or so the saying goes. And while it’s usually cheaper in the long run to buy ten pounds of flour and two thousand rolls of paper towels all at once, what they don’t tell you is where you’re supposed to store it all! The balance between saving […]

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  Spring has very slowly started to spring for most of the country, and for all of you amateur declutter-ers out there, it means one thing: spring cleaning! While the weather slowly returns to something a bit more livable (especially after a winter that included record snowfall and polar vortexes), a lot of us have […]

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