Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Most Expensive Kitchen Range In The World (and the range hood that ventilates it)

The title of “Most Expensive Kitchen Range In The World” was long held by the Grand Palais 180 from La Cornue’s top-of-the-line Chateau series, tagged at $ 48,000. What do you get for this price? Build quality from one of the oldest ironworks in Europe, a completely unique look, plenty of customization options, and the sheer satisfaction of cooking on the “Ferrari of ranges”. Check out the Grand Palais 180 product page for all the mouth-watering details.   All good things

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New Models: 48″ Europe Island & 84″ Europe Station Island

Sleek and distinctive, the “Europe” series range hoods have been a mainstay of Futuro Futuro’s product portfolio since their inception.  With simple and clean lines, the “Europe” range hood fits into a variety of kitchen environments – from the traditional granite-and-wood-cabinetry designs, to the glossiest and minimalist-est Allmilmo and Snaidero kitchens. It’s not all about looks, however. The “Europe” is outfitted with a 4-speed, 940-CFM blower motor (inside a patented sound-absorbing chamber), and the innovative Perimeter Suction Filter system, which

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Cool Kitchen Hacks: transform a vase into a knife holder

via Ikea Hackers, this simple yet cool idea for transforming a glass vase into a knife holder caught our attention. 1 Ikea REKTANGEL glass vase + several packs of bamboo skewers or chopsticks = instant knife organization! Of course, any other heavy-bottomed vase or similar container can be used. Just make sure it’s tall enough to accommodate the blade length of your longest knife.  

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New Model: 38″ Skylight – Ceiling/Soffit Mount Range Hood

The innovative “Skylight” range hoods from Futuro Futuro are designed to provide kitchen ventilation for the entire room without obstructing the view. The “Skylight” can be flush-mounted into the ceiling, or installed inside a decorative soffit or custom enclosure. This unique model’s modular design (separate hood body + modular blower/s) allows it to be installed in a variety of ways – flush-mounted into the ceiling, installed inside a soffit box or custom enclosure, with the blowers either on top of the

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