One of today’s most exciting technologies for the kitchen can be found in electro magnetics. I feel like the dad in The Graduate when he sagely whispers into Benjamin’s ear “plastics”! Ok I’m dating myself but truthfully it was an old movie when I saw it for the first time. Back to the kitchen, the electro magnetics I’m talking about is induction cooking. Whenever I bring this up to my clients they invariably say, “isn’t that the thing where you need special pots”?
For years my husband and I have thought about the day when we’d be able to live small in a big way. That means less stuff and more meaningful moments, experiences and adventures.
Designing a kitchen is a bit like solving a puzzle, eventually all the pieces come together and it all makes sense from both a visual as well as a functional perspective. This new kitchen design in Wellington Florida is a great example of that. Today I’d like to share with you an inside peek at the process and how we got from drab to amazing in ten million easy steps.
In the classic bar song Closing Time by the Semisonics, it says “every new beginning is another beginning’s end”. It’s that time of year again and for me it’s always a bittersweet mix of what could have been and hope for what could be. It was a banner year for us here at Brendan Donovan Furniture & Cabinet Co. We have broken every record in the amount of business we were blessed with. Thank you to our amazing clients and all our partners in the business who help us get it all done. Personally I want to take this opportunity to thank you for reading my blog. I know there are thousands, probably millions of blogs and I am honored. Thank you also to Blanco, Bosch and Brizo who give me a rare opportunity to learn about their products in depth and the chance to interact with some of the most talented individuals in the industry. Which brings me to a big thank you to all my fellow bloggers. I learn from your excellence everyday. We survived the end of the world. Now we look forward to a fresh new year sure to be filled with new challenges, changes and chances. I’m looking forward to sharing with you some changes you will see at Kitchens for Living in the new year. More later!