Built-ins: Love them or hate them? They can either be the first item on the demo list, or the ideal storage and space-saving solution.
Space is a challenge for many homeowners, and built-ins can be the ideal solution. Additionally, those who aren’t fans of off-the-shelf solutions may desire built-ins because of the customization and design freedom they can allow both homeowners and designers.
Closets are a popular location for built-ins, especially drawers and shelves. Built-ins allow for storage that will not infringe on what is often a limited space. Wall-to-wall closets allow for the most amount of design capability and flexibility. Look to place your built-ins along perimeter walls, and consider a mix of shelves and drawers.
Living spaces that may or may not include other social areas such
School. It’s started. And how! Zoom school, home school, schoology, e-learning, virtual school, in-person school. Whew!
Those days are well in the past for lots of us but we have grandtots who are in the scholarly stratosphere from pre-K to grad school and we feel the emotions of the roller coaster that students, parents and teachers are now on regarding school.
I looked for recipes today that I thought would be appealing and easy to make — not on a busy weekday morning, but sometime where there is breathing room to be in the kitchen for a few minutes.
The standard for monkey bread is to layer several stacks of biscuit dough into a tube pan, covered with a syrupy sauce. I was never certain any of the inner pieces were baking through.
Baking in a single layer somewhat eliminates that pull-and-peek motion you have to employ for the bundt