FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. Available for Full Kitchen Renovations This Spring Season | Feb 2, 2021

Langhorne, PA — (SBWIRE) — 02/02/2021 — FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. is currently scheduling appointments for full kitchen renovation projects this spring. As homeowners begin to think about what elements they would like to incorporate into their home, it’s worth taking the time to think of how vital storage might be. For families who require a lot of storage, it’s always best to consider remodeling their kitchens in a way that updates the cabinet space, opens up the kitchen to other areas of the house, and incorporates other storage elements like a kitchen island where possible.

Many individuals think about kitchen storage solely in terms of kitchen cabinets, and that makes it a perfect place to begin planning. Cabinets come in all shapes and sizes, making them an excellent option for expanding a kitchen’s storage capacity without requiring other significant renovations to the room. However, if a homeowner assumes that cabinetry is the only option, they limit themselves significantly when it comes to kitchen design.

Another way to expand storage in a home’s kitchen besides expanding cabinet space is to open the space up to other areas of the house. By creating a more free-flowing floor plan, a

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Interior designers share 7 trends that are in, and 5 that are out this season

a kitchen that has a sign on a window: Subway tiling is out, but teal is in.

Subway tiling is out, but teal is in.

In the world of interior design, trends come and go, and what was hot last season may be passé now.

Insider spoke with four professional interior designers to learn which home fads are going out of style and which ones are going to be everywhere.

Read on to see which trends are in and out this winter.

The era of “millennial pink” is over.

a person sitting on a bed: The light shade was the 'it' colour for a long time.

The light shade was the ‘it’ colour for a long time.

Interior designer David Guth, head of design at Studio DLG, told Insider that the popularity of “millennial pink” is officially on the decline.

“It’s sad to see this fun colour go, but it’s definitely on its way out,” he said. “Millennial pink has been well-loved, but we’re ready for some new colours.”

The pale, rosy hue may be replaced by cooler tones like teal or deep green.

Open kitchen shelving could be replaced by more traditional storage designs.

a person sitting at a table: Open shelving can look a little cluttery.

Open shelving can look a little cluttery.

Though open shelving makes it easy to access kitchen essentials, this trendy storage solution also comes with drawbacks.

“Open shelving allows your dishes and glasses to become covered in cooking

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DIY Tips and Tricks: Must try these home decor, cleaning ideas for Christmas, New Year and holiday season

With Christmas and New Year celebrations just round the corner, Home décor for this holiday season becomes a key activity at home. But with the ongoing Corona Pandemic, Keeping Your Home clean has also become a necessity. With winter setting in, the dust and pollution will be increasing making the task of home cleaning even more important.

Below are some tips and guide for home decor and home cleaning for this holiday season by Siddhesh Varde Borkar, Country Business Leader managing the Consumer Business in 3M India:-

Home Décor

In the current times, it has become important to create a positive and calming atmosphere at home. people are spending most of their daily life indoors which can make them feel overwhelmed and distraught. Home décor needs to be redesigned to make your home feel like your personal sanctuary, your comfort zone. Also with the Christmas and New year holiday season just round the corner, Home décor becomes even more important. Make Your Home a Vibrant & Happy Place with positive Vibes with the help of below DIY décoration projects.

You can Start Christmas Decoration with the entrance Door. Hang a beautiful and Vibrant Christmas wreath on your entrance door. You

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Project GREEN’s winter gardening forums are a highlight of the season

In the Midwest, unless you count houseplants and seed catalogs, January is not a good gardening month. It is cold and stormy, gray seems to be its favorite color and I could swear it has extra days that don’t show up on the calendar.

However, Project GREEN is here to rescue us and stir the gardening juices with their Sunday Winter Gardening Forums. The first one is Sunday, Jan. 10. It will look a little different from other years in that it will be virtual and the cookies and coffee will be missing.

The first forum is about Brucemore, the National Trust and Historic site in Cedar Rapids. It took quite a hit from the derecho on Aug. 10. Winds toppled tree after tree, damaged several other historic buildings, and tumbled statuary.

The picture below shows some of the devastation. Melissa Porter, the museum’s program manager, is the forum’s speaker and will tell us about the damage and the plans for restoring the landscape.

Brucemore is over 100 years old but had only four owners before 1981, when it was turned over to the National Trust. It sits on 26 acres now and each owner put their mark on the

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