Day: May 2, 2020

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design, Paris, France 2020

Interior design is the art of defining spaces that surround us, from the inside out. Whether within intimately small spaces or much larger schemes, within residential, commercial or work-related places, the interior designer must demonstrate the ability to adapt and develop, way beyond simple decoration, subtle design proposals both sensitive to context and responsive to complex constraints and specific requirements.The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Interior Design encourages a thorough yet versatile design approach, following systematic and coordinated methodologies. With an emphasis on Retail and Commercial Spaces, the program is intended for undergraduate students aiming to become professional interior designers specialized in retail, commercial, exhibition and event spaces. Inter-disciplinary in nature and structure, the studio and the classroom serve as complementary spaces for design thinking and creative expression as well as technical and professional skills development. The course builds up towards a final individual project which is presented

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GE WiFi Connect – Kitchen Hub

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GUIDED COOKING

Create a cooking experience

Access over 5,000 recipes with step-by-step instructions in our Flavorly™ app powered by SideChef™. Learn new techniques, store favorite family recipes and control your oven with your voice. As you cook, the high-powered, 4-speed, adjustable 600 CFM ventilation system removes smoke and odors, while our patent-pending air curtain around the screen and cameras protect it from heat, steam and grease. It complies with UL standards for vents above ranges and cooktops.


Access over 5,000 recipes with step-by-step instructions in our Flavorly™ app powered by SideChef™. Learn new techniques, store favorite family recipes and control your oven with your voice. As you cook, the high-powered, 4-speed, adjustable 600 CFM ventilation system removes smoke and odors, while our patent-pending air curtain around the screen and cameras protect it from heat,

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True Food Kitchen | Health-driven Seasonal Restaurant & Scratch Bar

Better food means better living.

“Healthy” isn’t just an idea. “Healthy” is science, and we take it seriously. Every delicious dish and drink at True Food Kitchen is crafted to be better for your taste buds and your body.

Every ingredient matters. In everything we make.

From nutrient-dense staples and carefully sourced proteins, to little-known superfoods, we use the most responsible, most creative, freshest in-season ingredients we can find.

Great chefs keep us cooking—and thinking—fresh.

You’ll find creative, passionate, classically trained chefs in every kitchen and behind every bar. Chefs who roast early fall squash a little longer and temper extra-spicy jalapeños in the summertime ponzu, because they know cooking with real food requires real care.

We treat every guest as an individual. Because they are.

Here, you are welcome to feel right at home. To experience our obsessive commitment to hospitality. And to enjoy your food the way you

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How to Sanitize Your Car’s Interior from COVID-19

After you’ve scoured your house from top to bottom with approved disinfectants to kill the coronavirus, now it’s time to tackle your vehicle. Chances are you’ve touched areas in the auto during your masked shopping sprees that need to be sanitized. And if someone you know has been in your car who has symptoms of the disease, or if you’re a taxi driver, you certainly want to sanitize more often.

Luckily, you probably have the proper cleaning products on hand that will get your car squeaky clean without damaging interior surfaces. But remember, a car’s interior is less durable than a kitchen counter or bathroom sink, so you need to proceed with a little caution, according to Consumer Reports. Whatever you do, don’t use bleach or hydrogen peroxide in the inside of your car.

“While they can both kill coronaviruses on surfaces, they will likely damage your car’s upholstery,” advises

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Kitchen Islands & Carts – Walmart.com

Pantries, Carts and Islands

Pantries, carts and islands offer great ways to add storage and functionality to your kitchen. To find the best item for you, consider your needs and available space.

A food pantry has a closet-like design and provides storage space for shelf-stable foods, such as canned goods, rice and other grains, flour, sugar and oil. As you shop for a pantry, pay attention to dimensions and how shelves are arranged to make sure the pantry you choose will make good use of your space.

If you have a large kitchen, a stationary kitchen island is a great asset. Kitchen islands offer ample storage space for dishes, utensils and other kitchenware and can feature wine racks, spice racks or kitchen storage compartments. Many have surfaces that can be used as cutting boards, and some come with bar stools so that they can be used as tables.

For a

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Charts Suggest Home Improvement Stocks Could Head Lower

It is no surprise that market conditions in every sector have changed quickly and dramatically over the past several months. For home builders and specialty home improvement retailers, the sharp decline in share prices along with strong bounces back toward levels of resistance have come on the realization that consumers have been turning their attention to projects around their homes due to the limitations on other sorts of activities.

While a rise in home improvement projects could be a boon to this subsector, the nearby resistance levels showing on the charts discussed below suggest that it may be best for the bulls to proceed with caution. 

SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB)

Active traders who are interested in niche segments of the market often turn to exchange-traded products. One segment that understandably could get a lot of attention over the weeks ahead is home improvement retail because of the current demand

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DIY Home Improvement Projects To Try While You’re Stuck At Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant all of us are spending more time at home. Even when social distancing restrictions lift, it’s clearly going to be a different summer than most of us were probably anticipating at the beginning of the year. So why not take this opportunity to improve your surroundings with some DIY projects? Even if you’ve never attempted a DIY home improvement project before, know it doesn’t need to take advanced skills or lots experience to make a major design impact. It’s also something the whole family can help with. Here are the best DIY projects for every level.

Swap Out Hardware

Anyone who can use a screwdriver can makeover a room simply by changing the pulls and knobs on drawers and cabinets. This is one of the few projects that requires zero skills. A true

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Home Improvement Tips

Do It Yourself Home Improvement Idea # 1.

Set up handmade racks. Instead of acquiring common cookie-cutter racks, think about going to a regional craft reasonable or woodworker for personalized racks. Everything from design, color, design and cutouts can be tailored with handmade products. Racks are perfect for saving tools in the garage or knick-knacks in the household space.

Do It Yourself Home Improvement Idea # 2.

Change vinyl floor covering or set up brand-new tiles. Nowadays, benefit is everything. It’s much easier than ever to change vinyl floor covering or set up tiles with basic self-adhesive support for simple positioning. This will actually offer you a brand-new floor surface area within a couple of hours.

Do It Yourself Home Improvement Idea # 3.

Set up carpeting. Prior to purchasing, make certain to determine the location that you have to carpeting. If you have to cut carpeting, it’s not an

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Home Decor Refresh on a Budget- Using What You Already Have

Due to COVID-19, a lot of us are stuck inside our homes. If you’re anything like me, staying at home just makes you see that you want a home decor refresh. You need just a few changes to just to spruce up the place a bit. Sometimes just little changes can make a space feel completely new and fresh.

The only problem is because we’re stuck at home, a lot of us have had to tighten our budgets. Plus, stores aren’t open.

Despite our circumstances, there are ways you can have a home decor refresh without spending money and without shopping!

Simply use things you already have around your home to spruce things up and give spaces in your home a fresh new look.

Here are 7 different items that you might already have at home that you can incorporate into your home decor to give your home a refreshed

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Commercial Kitchen Cleaning Checklist (PDF Download)

Using a cleaning checklist for your commercial kitchen keeps your facility in top shape and helps employees follow a consistent cleaning schedule. Without this, important tasks are easily missed, which could cost you when your business is visited by a local health inspector.

We’ve put together a comprehensive checklist below, but staff should take care of routine tasks throughout the day, including: wiping down prep areas between tasks; always wiping down the grill between cooking different types of meats; switching cutting boards in between tasks; changing sanitizing water and rags frequently; and emptying trash bins when they’re full.

Here are some other commercial kitchen cleaning tasks to add to your daily, weekly, and monthly checklists.

Download the Checklist (PDF)

Daily Kitchen Cleaning

  • Change foil linings of grill, range, and flattop
  • Disinfect prep surfaces
  • Wipe down and clean your grill, range, flattop, and fryer. Don’t forget to clean behind and underneath
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