One of the things I love about my job is that I get to shop. Let’s face it, I live vicariously through my clients. A question that has been popping up a lot lately on my shopping excursions is, “what is the difference between a quartz vs. quartzite for countertops”?
Real paper newspapers and magazines are ALMOST a thing of the past. Obviously digital formats have their advantages but Pinterest, indispensable as it is, is just not the same as a good old fashioned tear sheet. I’m dating myself here, no?
According to our friends at Google the definition of a tear sheet is:
They say that what’s inside is what counts. That couldn’t be more true when it comes to some of the newest technology for your kitchen. The counter top is one of the most integral parts of your kitchen. Besides being a major visual element running right through the center, it is also a functional element. Did I say function? How about a counter top that is also a cooktop?
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.
Ok where were we? Ah yes, I believe I promised you something to do with rhino poop and a surprise inside the shower. In Part III, the final installment of my Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS2017) recap, I’m going to deliver just that as I share with you two really cool surface manufacturers that are game changers in the world of design. The first is from the tradition of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!