Housewares manufacturers are listening to consumer preferences, expectations and focus groups. Savvy buyers do Internet research and want sophisticated housewares products, like toasters, that are also green. Watch this Expert Real EstateReal Estate is land and anything permanently attached to it, such as buildings and improvements. Tips segment for more information on how buyers influence what is hot and new in housewares products for 2008.
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms of a home, and kitchen design helps make your kitchen appealing and affective. Kitchen design revolves around functionality. Learn about kitchen design from architect Sarah Susanka.
Learn about kitchen design from architect Sarah Susanka. Kitchens are becoming the hearth of the home. When you design your kitchen you want to consider cooking and your family’s proportions. Your kitchen design should fit your family.
A couple buys a home with a poor kitchen renovation. They want to know if they can hold the seller accountable for the kitchen renovation. They regret buying their home with the bad kitchen renovation.
If you want to sell your home faster and for more money, staging can help. Kitchens present lots of staging opportunities for home sellers. Clean, organized, and pleasant-smelling kitchens are the most attractive to home buyers.
New and innovating products designed to make your life easier at home were somewhat limited this year at the Housewares Show. Here are a few products from the Housewares Show you might enjoy.
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Original Air Date: August 2, 2006
Many new gadgets for the kitchen and home made their debut at the 2006 International Housewares Show in Chicago. Some of the kitchen gadgets featured retro colors and innovative design. In addition, the housewares show featured new lighting and cleaning tools for the kitchen and the rest of the house.
Finding a product that can make someone’s life easier is the genesis for many of the inventors at the 2006 Housewares Show, held recently in Chicago. Housewares Show products often come from something the inventor did to solve his or her own problems.
At the 2005 International Housewares Show in Chicago, Kitchen Aid displayed mixers in every color of the rainbow. Other products you could find at the show included cleaners that would not streak and a book to help you with redecorating or home design. Learn about the 2005 International Housewares Show here.