Subtle Glass


This appeals to me because I love the idea of displaying shapes rather than items in my kitchen cabinets. The problem is I don’t like the dirt and dust showing. This smoked glass gives me the time to watch a nice violent hockey game and NOT have to dust very often. I can keep it clean, sort of, and still have it look good.


  • Author: Fred
  • Filed under: Stuff
  • Date: May 15, 2013


This is the result of opening the doors of the above cabinet. EVERYTHING you could store in your kitchen as long as it fits their design. How often does that happen? You be the judge.

Closed but Cool

  • Author: Fred
  • Filed under: Stuff
  • Date: May 15, 2013


This is an idea that I first noticed when done by Bulthaup. I am not sure which company did it first.

What Are They Looking At?


Ok hipsters check out the women in the corner. Do you see them? They have cornered the designer of this kitchen and are kicking him. I couldn’t believe it because I kind of liked the suspended storage units along the back wall. This kitchen also had a suspended refrigerator on the left side. Very cool considerinig the weight of a refrigerator. I like the shelving too, but it is a little clumsy in the application. As I have said before you can always take a little tiny kernel of gold from each kitchen….

ESPN Highlights


This is a perfect example of not every kitchen can be shown on ESPN Highlights…Someone hit this with the UGLY Stick!!! I am pretty sure the woman shown in this photo was taken to the hospital for heavy sedation after this viewing. You can see the body of the woman who viewed this kitchen first. She passed out. See her in the right hand corner this post. Her legs are sticking out? Sad.


This is the space that handles all your storage needs in about 72″ or 182 cm. There is a refrigerator, oven, dishwasher and pantry. I didnt even bother to shoot the upper units which also house major storage options. So if you have a small loft or galley kitchen this is the answer you have been looking for!!!




For those of you who want to maximize storage this is one way to get EVERYTHING in one small space and have it look like nothing is there.

Broccoli Farming


This is a novel yet innovative idea. A hydroponic broccoli farm in your kitchen. Yep they have done it!!! For around $1,500 you can have your very own hydroponic broccoli farm. It comes with grow lights, tunnel baths for water and energy efficient pump motors to keep the growing medium (nutrient water) recirculated into the system. The bad news is that you can only grow 4 plants at a time. As it takes 90 days for a plant to fully mature, you can have broccoli only once a month.

Mama Mia

  • Author: Fred
  • Filed under: Events
  • Date: May 15, 2013


This kitchen has one of the worlds largest pasta bowls. It may even be one of the 10 largest found in the ruins of Meganapolis when the volcano exploded. Meganapolis was a German town that exploded last year. A huge volcano was found in the basement of a Spa. German engineers were called in to put a regulator valve on the volcano. Instead they pierced the volcano’s thin skin and the whole town blew up. This black pasta bowl, and 10 smaller bowls, was all that was left.

The Ladder

Call me crazy, but I like ladders in libraries and kitchens. I would probably never use one of them, but they do look cool.


Especially if they have those little wheels that you can roll around the room on.

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