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Old 04-03-2008, 05:15 PM   #31
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All of them! I just moved, I'm still unpacking, and I haven't decided where to put anything yet.
Congrats on the move, Caine. What's your new kitchen like? Will you have room for all your appliances and kitchen goods?
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Old 04-04-2008, 01:35 PM   #32
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My prized Hobart Kitchen Aid Mixer, Cuisinart Food Processor and our Microwave. Every other appliance is tucked away as I don't use them as often.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:40 PM   #33
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Congrats on the move, Caine. What's your new kitchen like? Will you have room for all your appliances and kitchen goods?
I'll find room for everything, some day. I'll have plenty of room elsewhere for things that don't get every day use, such as the George Foreman and the electric griddle, because both my pantry and my linen closet are much larger than the ones in my condo were. My biggest problem is my pots & pans wall rack. It's 54 inches across, and I don't have any bare wall section in the kitchen that's more than 45 inches wide. I think it's going to have to go around a corner somewhere. But, not to worry, because kitchen remodeling is near the top of my "to do" list. Maybe as soon as next spring. First on my list though is new living room furniture (my current furniture is over 20 years old), my serenity garden in the front yard, and painting the outside of the house. Right now it is white, with a medium blue trim, and I don't like it at all. I'm thinking stucco tan with dark brown wood trim. I already had the entire insdie painted. It was all done in this really light blue, and it reminded me of being in a hospital. Now, every room is a different color.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:46 PM   #34
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hmmmm KA mixer, Cuisinart, juicer, coffeemaker and grinder.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:53 PM   #35
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I'll find room for everything, some day. I'll have plenty of room elsewhere for things that don't get every day use, such as the George Foreman and the electric griddle, because both my pantry and my linen closet are much larger than the ones in my condo were. My biggest problem is my pots & pans wall rack. It's 54 inches across, and I don't have any bare wall section in the kitchen that's more than 45 inches wide. I think it's going to have to go around a corner somewhere. But, not to worry, because kitchen remodeling is near the top of my "to do" list. Maybe as soon as next spring. First on my list though is new living room furniture (my current furniture is over 20 years old), my serenity garden in the front yard, and painting the outside of the house. Right now it is white, with a medium blue trim, and I don't like it at all. I'm thinking stucco tan with dark brown wood trim. I already had the entire insdie painted. It was all done in this really light blue, and it reminded me of being in a hospital. Now, every room is a different color.
Wow, it sounds great, Caine. Maybe you could post some pics (hint, hint). Particularly if you're going to do a kitchen remodel. You have to have "before" pics so you can remind yourself why the heck you started this in the first place! A serenity garden sounds lovely. Will you have a water feature? Anyway, good luck and keep us posted on your projects in the new house!
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Old 04-04-2008, 09:20 PM   #36
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I keep the most used ones out on the counter: Food processor, KitchenAid stand mixer, 2 Coffee makers, coffee grinder, Blender, Electric food grinder and electric can opener.
We have 2 coffee makers because hubby and I don't drink the same coffee. He has his Chock full o nuts preground and I like my whole bean Gevalia.
Goodness, and my wife complains because I have a coffe grinder, toaster oven and microwave on the counter.
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Old 04-04-2008, 09:50 PM   #37
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We only have a microwave, coffee maker and toaster oven on the counters.
The rest of the small appliances and cookware are stored on a 5 shelf chrome wire rack in the corner of our kitchen/dining room. Works really well.
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Old 04-08-2008, 03:52 PM   #38
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Wow, it sounds great, Caine. Maybe you could post some pics (hint, hint). Particularly if you're going to do a kitchen remodel. You have to have "before" pics so you can remind yourself why the heck you started this in the first place! A serenity garden sounds lovely. Will you have a water feature? Anyway, good luck and keep us posted on your projects in the new house!
Great! I have discovered that most of the appliances I use the most don't fit on the shelves under the counter, but the ones I hardly ever see any more do.

It's too late for true "before" pictures. I already had the entire inside painted because the idiot that owned the house before me painted every room, including the ceilings and cupboards, light blue. When I find my camera, I'll take a pic of the finished kitchen as it is now, then some afters when I remodel the whole thing.

Yes, my serenty garden will have a roundabout pathway which will take you from the front door through the entire garden and back to the front door, a water feature, a semisecluded contemplation area, a sand and rock garden, lots of flowering trees and shrubs, ground cover, and NO GRASS! The area is already surrounded by a wrought iron and brick fence with hibiscus crawling all over it.
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