A small kitchen – technical drawing. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
In a home or apartment renovation kitchen designs can be challenging, especially in Paris where the space you have to work with can sometimes be so limiting.
In this video they have a few things we found interesting.
The wall mounted wine racks get a thumbs up. This is a stylish option when contemplating storage solutions in a small kitchen design.
The rolling cart and moving the appliances of the counter tops are also great tips.
And they also touch on something that is rarely addressed.
Different people have different cooking styles. For instance men sometimes approach the kitchen like a construction site and spread out all over the place.
If a couple enjoys cooking together but their styles clash, giving each their own area is also a very good idea!
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Français : Dans le magasin IKEA de Roques (Haute-Garonne). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
In America, IKEA furniture is almost somewhat of a novelty. But after one spends enough time in Paris, it is clear how precious every square centimeter of your living space is.
As a result, there are very few companies that can inspire more renovation ideas than IKEA. The ingenious use of space as illustrated here in the above sightly risque video is the core competency of IKEA.
It use to be rare when furniture informs the choices you make as you choose what and how to renovate your home or apartment.
But the solutions provided as far as style, ease of use and price point in terms of total renovation costs makes IKEA really hard to beat.
Not to mention this video is pretty hilarious.
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Woodie with his thick Irish accent does a great job giving a general overview on how to installing a bathroom shower door.
A shower door may seem like a big task for the amateur craftsmen but if you go slow and follow the directions it can be a valuable investment that will save renovation costs on possible water penetration of the floor and ceiling in the apartment below over time.
He is absolutely correct for the proper drill bit for the job. If you have just a regular masonry bit you risk cracking the tile.
Tip: Measure twice, go to the shower door store once. If you make double sure you are reading your tape correctly (like it’s 90 cm not an upside 60cm lol…), and make extra sure your measurements are correct, you can be relatively sure that you can pick up the correct size shower door for the job.
Here is an PDF file print out for the video;
Have Fun! 😀
Let’s tile for a while!
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This is a good short into into the world of tile.
There are many variables that one runs into when taking on a tile project.
But if the floor is level, and if there are not a lot of pipes or odd shapes to cut, tiling a floor can be relatively straight forward.
In this video the presenter offers some good tips to get you on your way.
Bon Courage! 😀