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Tony Bryant

Hiding Kitchen Appliances

Seeking Creative Ways to Hide Your Kitchen Appliances?

Who wants all of these things cluttering up their kitchen? Not everyone wants ovens, microwaves, toasters, blenders, stove tops, and refrigerators as decorative pieces.

Some really nice appliances can be decorative, but it most cases you can get that modern beautiful kitchen look by hiding them completely. When deciding to design your kitchen, consider hiding your appliances behind complimentary cabinet overlay where the appliances find a fully functional, yet hidden home.

If you are like me, you will appreciate the lack of clutter, the extra counter space, extra space for decor and just he overall look of a kitchen without appliances is awesome.

Instead of a giant hunk of stainless steel  you now have a  gorgeous wood paneling or a fresh pop of color.

The easiest and most aesthetically appeasing approach  is with cabinet overlays. Build appliance cabinets with built in electrical sockets, where appliances can be easily accessed using swinging doors tor even better; drawers that swing up or lift up.

If for some reason this method is not practical you can also consider having a single pantry  dedicated to  organized  storage space.

 

 

How to make a solar water heater at home

Do you know in what are our three sips more energy from Sun than the world use in one year a very very less amount of solar energy is converted to a renewal energy one of the best use of solar energy is water heating this kind of water heater you can see on the rooftop of many cities and in some countries this is mandatory let’s make our own solar heater collect a cold drinks bottle it is a two-liter Cola drink but to make a hole on top of the cap now 50% of the butter wrap with an aluminium foil this is a kitchen aluminium foil so fold it like this put glue and just wrap the paper the aluminum foil hop-up the bottle this will be useful to reflect back the heat into the water now fill this bottle with water and we’ll do an experiment to know how the solar energy can be used to heat this water let’s see the temperature inside home normal temperature is around 32 degrees centigrade and now.

I’m going to use a piece of pipe or a plastic or some hood to make a stand for the bottom to set it like this with an angle now let’s keep it on the roof like that I kept the weather is clear sky is clear it’s a sunny weather around twelve o’clock noon now let’s come back after one our this measures the temperature around 41 degree centigrade now inside house normal water is around 28 degree centigrade take some water from that bottle and temperature is 39 degree centigrade so quite hot now you can connect the array of bottles one side and cold water come in other side you will get hot water to your bathroom at your kitchen thus you can save lot of electricity please use the sun’s green energy instead of electricity or other conventional fluence.