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Re: frig color/ kitchen


Afraid so...

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Mar 1, 2006, at 9:26 PM, Theresa wrote:

> EEEEEWWw-  yuck, you are right. Carpet in the kitchen???
>
> Theresa
>
> Cathy Carpenter wrote:
>
>> Anything would be better than the carpeting my mother in law had  
>> in  her kitchen. Impossible to keep clean ... and it smelled!
>>
>> Cathy, west central IL, z5b
>>
>>
>> On Mar 1, 2006, at 12:29 PM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> I think it is a matter of taste and style.  Stainless looks great  
>>> in a
>>> modern, clean look.  My kitchen decor and style just would not  
>>> look  good  with a
>>> modern element.
>>>
>>> On the discussion of kitchen floors.  I grew up with tile in the
>>> kitchen....hated it.  Matter of taste again.  Too many broken   
>>> things,  then broken tile,
>>> etc.  Plus it was cold.  I do like the tile look  though.  I have  
>>> a  bad habit
>>> (or perhaps hobby) of changing the interior and  exterior a  
>>> lot.   I've changed
>>> the kitchen floor 3 or 4 times in the past 15  years.  The first   
>>> time I used
>>> lenolium (sp?) sheet.  Was okay to put  down, but hard to fix if   
>>> needed, and
>>> just not versatile enough.  Went to  the peel and stick tile.  I   
>>> loved it.  Was
>>> easy to put down, easy to  fix if needed.  The quality was  
>>> better  than the
>>> sheets, and  improving.   So about a year ago, I pulled up the  
>>> old  stuff and put
>>>  down a new type that looks exactly like ceramic tile but it is   
>>> peel and
>>> stick.  Easy to keep clean, easy to fix if needed, warm, soft  
>>> (so  things  don't
>>> break as easily).  So far everyone that comes to the house  
>>> thinks   they are
>>> ceramic.   Just another choice......
>>>
>>> Noreen
>>> zone 9
>>> Texas Gulf Coast
>>>
>>> In a message dated 3/1/2006 10:14:17 AM Central Standard Time,
>>> gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
>>>
>>> I like  my stainless steel fridge and dishwasher. It's true they  
>>> show
>>> fingerprints  though, I am always giving them a little swipe with  
>>> a  towel. To
>>> me it  looks, ummm what's the word I want, professional maybe.
>>> The odd thing is  that I knew when I bought the fridge that it   
>>> would not hold
>>> a magnet, and I  was really sorry to lose that. We always had  
>>> notes  and
>>> clippings stuck to  the fridge. And now I love it that I'm not  
>>> able to
>>> clutter up the fridge  with all that stuff. I am extremely good  
>>> at  cluttering
>>> everything else but  here's this one place that always looks neat.
>>> Wish I could get a new stove  too but what I want will not fit  
>>> in  the space,
>>> and I don't feel like  renovating the rest of the kitchen just  
>>> for  a new
>>> stove.
>>>
>>> Cyndi
>>>
>>>
>>> I am not a stainless steel fan  either.
>>>
>>> Appears cold & commercial looking but it is certainly  popular   
>>> currently.
>>> Ceres
>>>
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