Kitchens That Work

Kitchens That Work

The Practical Guide To Creating A Great Kitchen

Book - 1999
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The kitchen is the social center of the home -- a place for eating, a place for working, and a place to organize everything from spices to household finances. Because kitchens serve so many different needs, creating a new kitchen that not only serves these many needs but works well is a major challenge.

Featuring over 200 color photos, illustrations, and charts, Kitchens That Work uses a lifestyle design model to guide the reader through the complex process of designing and creating a great kitchen -- one that works for everyone living in the house. The book guides the reader through each step of the process, from initial planning through the many material and design choices made along the way. Especially helpful is the unique insider's perspective on finding, evaluating, and managing kitchen contractors.

Publisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton Press ; [Berkeley, Calif.] : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c1999
ISBN: 9781561583195
1561583197
Branch Call Number: 643.3
Characteristics: 209 pages :,illustrations (mostly color) ;,27 cm
Additional Contributors: Edic, Richard

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