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Preeti Singh added this to Standard Height for Counters, Tables, Shelves, Lights & More25 November 2019

Kitchen countersKitchen counters are typically set at around 36 inches finished, including the countertop material, although I have set them at 37 or 38 inches for tall clients. The height for a bar or dual-level island is typically 42 to 43 inches.Wondering what colour to choose for your kitchen countertop?

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Are All-White Kitchen Cabinets Really High Maintenance?19 April 2019

What are the disadvantages of having white kitchen cabinetry?White kitchen cabinets may give a cold and clinical look when combined with white walls and flooring. Consider pairing white cabinets with contrasting or warm coloured flooring and walls, as in this example. Smudges, spills or splashes of food are easily visible on white kitchen cabinets, hence they require daily and weekly maintenance. Another minus is that dirt, dust, scratches and worn-out corners of the cabinets are prominent in white cabinetry. White cabinets can discolour over time. The cabinets may develop a yellowish tinge if exposed to a lot of natural sunlight.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How to Have a Smoke-Free Kitchen19 December 2018

How to prevent build up of smoke during cooking?Frying, boiling and cooking at high temperatures generally produces a lot of indoor pollutants. One can reduce the quantity of smoke and steam in the following ways:Make it a point to switch on the kitchen chimney while cooking. It works as the first line of defence that captures maximum pollutants that are created while cooking.Cover all the pans with a lid while cooking so that less steam and smoke is produced and spread in the kitchen.Note: The chimney should be exactly above the cooktop and should be at least six inches wider than the cooktop so that kitchen fumes do not escape and pollute the kitchen.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How to Clean a Kitchen Chimney?3 December 2018

What are the different types of electric chimney filters?Electrical chimney filters can be broadly classified into three types:Cassette or mesh filters are multi-layered filters made of aluminium. These filters comprise small pores that allow grease particles to stick onto them. Hence, these filters should be cleaned regularly within a span of 8–10 days.Baffle filters use cut-and-chop technology to separate smoke from grease. These filters do not clog the chimney or reduce its suction power. Baffle filters should be cleaned every 2–3 weeks.Charcoal filters are used for ductless chimneys. They have charcoal granules which absorb the cooking smoke and odour. These filters cannot be cleaned but need to be replaced periodically within a span of 3–6 months.Note: Since cleaning of chimney baffle filters or a cassette filters can be done regularly, they are best suited for the Indian style of cooking, which produces a lot of grease and smoke.

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GP IYER added this to GP's Ideas17 April 2021

Open Living Spaces with Open Kitchen. But, the question that arise is how to protect the kitchen from other people watching it.

HU-289024942 added this to webuser_289024942's ideas7 November 2020

it's modern, spacious, minimal.

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