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”?
Let’s see. Where were we? Ah, yes. I was going to tell you about FTK at iSaloni. If you don’t know about my trip to Milan with the Blanco Design Council during Design Week, you’ve got some catching up to do! Anyway, FTK, or Technology for the Kitchen, is a showcase for innovation in the category of domestic appliances.
Where can you go to see the genius of Leonardo da Vinci as well as the brilliance of contemporary couture and cutting edge design? MILAN!!! This year I will be one of the more than two million annual visitors to Milan. I’m excited to be a part of the Blanco team covering the Milan Furniture Fair or more properly referred to as, Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano. Read more
Sometimes my job comes with perks. I cannot lie. This week I had the pleasure of attending the annual Thanksgiving “lunch and learn” hosted by Florida Builder Appliances, the dynamic go-to resource for all types of appliances from GE to the uber high end including Subzero-Wolf, Miele and even La Cornue. This little gathering for us peeps in the business is quickly becoming an annual ritual we look forward to. Read more
Many of our clients begin kitchen remodeling projects in the summer. Kids are out of school and our commitments tend to be less (for some of us) in the summer months. Today’s client query is one that I hear a lot. Naturally we all want to get the most for our money in all our investments but where can you save money in a kitchen remodel and what items are worth the splurge?
The answer to that is largely subjective as we all have differing needs and priorities. That said, there are some principles that should never be compromised and those include efficient use of space, safety and the best quality you can afford.