All New Kitchen Idea Book

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Taunton Press, 2009 - House & Home - 218 pages
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The latest budget-wise strategies for kitchen design. What's new? What works? What's affordable? These topics are top of mind these days - and making smart choices is what author Joanne Kellar Bouknight focuses on in Kitchen Idea Book, a completely revised and updated edition of her previous bestseller.

Solutions that work in real life! Beautiful and engaging, this Idea Book features upgrades, remodels, and renovations for kitchens of all sizes. There are hundreds of expert design ideas and fresh solutions for just about any scenario you can imagine:

  • finding more space within the existing footprint of your kitchen
  • simple upgrades that are budget-friendly, beautiful, and make a difference
  • full-scale remodels that include cabinets, countertops, and appliances
  • custom construction designed for a new home or complete renovation

Inspiring ideas, practical plans. A treat to browse through, this highly visual source book inspires creative planning with 325 gorgeous photographs and design options for all areas of the kitchen: cabinets, countertops, sinks, appliances, flooring, lighting, finishing details, and more. Let your imagination explore the possibilities and then incorporate the best, most practical solutions into your own kitchen plan.

Plan ahead. Know what's trending. Make smart choices. With before-and-after case studies, in-depth information on green materials and energy-friendly applianc

 

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Contents

Chapt1
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Chapt2
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Chapt3
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Chapt4
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Chapt5
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Chapt6
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Chapt7
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Chapt8
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Chapt9
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BOB
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Joanne Bouknight is the author of the all of the previous editions of "Kitchen Idea Book, "as well as the author of "Taunton's Home Storage Idea Book" and Taunton's "All New Built-ins Idea Book." Joanne is also a contributor to "Fine Homebuilding" magazine. She is an architect emerita who lives in Connecticut.

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