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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Buyer's Guide: 4 Things You Should Know About Exhaust Fans15 June 2019

KitchenThe exhaust fan is installed in kitchens to remove heat and other kitchen fumes that are produced while cooking.Steam is produced while cooking, which creates a humid indoor environment. The exhaust fan replaces the humid air with fresh air, which prevents the growth of mould and mildew that otherwise might also cause various allergies, asthma or serious respiratory infections.Note: The kitchen exhaust fan should be close to the ceiling because hot air rises and gathers near the ceiling. The exhaust pulls the hot air and expels it.

Preeti Singh added this to Best of Houzz Awards 2018: And the Winners Are...19 January 2018

Aum ArchitectsThis U-shaped kitchen in light tones is bright with clean-lined cabinets and countertops. The upper part is kept free of shelves or storage, maximising the volume of the galley kitchen.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Kitchen Gas-Stove: Freestanding Cooktop vs Built-in Hob9 October 2017

Pro: Less expensiveThese cooktops are reasonably priced and in case of damage, the spare parts are easily available. Most cooktops are made in stainless steel and are available in designs with one to five burners.Con: Looks bulkySince the cooktop is raised at least 4 inches above the counter and the gas pipeline is also visible, it may look bulky, especially in small kitchens.

Shristi Nangalia added this to Fresh Design Ideas From 20 Urban Indian Kitchens8 September 2017

5. Planning for less clutterAum Architects has tactfully planned this kitchen to be a decluttered space. Light tones, high tiling, storage cabinets at the bottom, as opposed to being on the top, combine to give this space a breezy appeal. The wall tiles themselves serve as a backsplash and the floating open shelf allows minimal storage above.

Preeti Singh added this to Clever Ways to Make Your Home Look More Spacious1 January 2017

Tile upPlay with a pale palette to maximise the space in your home. Use lighter, softer colours for tiling tight spaces. Try tiling the walls in your kitchen/ bathrooms up to the ceiling for the added impression of height and space. This idea works very well as extended tiled splashbacks in your kitchen area as well. “Light colours give a feeling of freshness and openness to a space,” says interior designer Minnie Bhatt.

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Indumathi Manohar added this to Jayamahal Kitchen22 February 2020

Clutterfree simple easy to clean kitchen

Jigna Sheth added this to Kitchen & Dining21 February 2020

loooove french style vibe..warm color palette.. may need tall unit / pantry and extra cabinets to be usable

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