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greater miami valley |august 2012 | Vol. 13, no. 3 | housetrends.com | $4.95

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welcome

Greater Miami Valley Publisher Evelyn Yaus Editor Christina Kleiner Contributing Writers Hilary Daninhirsch, Julie Thompson

a letter from the publisher

‘‘

Cookery is not chemistry. It is an art. It requires instinct and taste rather than exact measurements.

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—Marcel Boulestin

There are some recipes that you just know by heart. When my family visits they have two requests—my famous taco salad and scrumptious homemade pizza. I’ve been making both for years and haven’t followed the original recipes since the first few times I tried making them. While the main ingredients are the same, adding an unexpected twist here and there is all part of the joy of cooking. Housetrends follows its own unwritten recipe—showcasing some of the best homes and gardens the Greater Miami Valley has to offer. Kitchens and bathrooms are our bread and butter and this issue does not disappoint! In addition to the ten kitchens featured in this year’s Eco-Rehabarama, we’re highlighting some of the latest and greatest kitchen appliances available today. We’re also looking back at some of our favorite master bath retreats and taking you inside an impressive Springboro abode that proves the kitchen really is the heart of the home. We’re hard at work on our upcoming Makeover Issue, which will include a striking outdoor living space in Eaton and an amazing kitchen remodel in Trotwood. In the meantime, we’d love to hear from you! If you have a favorite family recipe that you would like to share, drop us a line at eyaus@housetrends.com.

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contents

greater miami valley | vol. 13, issue 3

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features

trends

departments

19 HEAVEN IN HUBER Highlights from the 2012 Eco-Rehabarama in Huber Heights

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BATHROOM TRENDS Indulgent Escapes Housetrends editors share their favorite master bathrooms

10 FRESH FINDS The latest finds in furniture and flooring

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KITCHEN TRENDS Cook and Clean A closer look at a handful of this year’s great kitchen appliances

44 LIVE AND LEARN Springboro home uses technology to its advantage 69 GADGETS AND GIZMOS Power up your home with these tech-savvy products

73 AD INDEX 74 HOUSETRENDS.COM Tips, recipes, resources and inspiration

on the cover 19

These kitchen cabinets are made from ash flooring salvaged from an old home on Dayton’s east side. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp/ Visual Edge Imaging

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Doug & Andrea Pund believe in a strong and trusting partnership with their clients. Unique designs and meticulous attention to detail is evident throughout the construction process, from innovative design to creative selections. Novum Custom Homes understands the importance of selecting the right builder for your new home - a homebuilder who listens and shares your vision; a homebuilder who is totally committed to the delivery of your new dream home. Our Real Estate Development Team assists you in finding the right property and works with you to create floor plans that will exceed your wildest expectations. We will help you build a luxury home that will not only make a statement but also reflect your lifestyle. We understand that the home-building process is a very personal choice, and that you require first-class service that ranges from architecture to interior design. Novum Custom Homes has been featured in magazines including the Luxury Homes edition several times. Novum Custom Homes is always the first to bring fresh ideas to the Greater Miami Valley market. When buying a home from Novum Custom Homes you can relax in the knowledge that Doug & Andrea Pund, owners and inspiration behind Novum Custom Homes, are personally overseeing every aspect of your new home construction. With an eye for detail, Doug’s high standards and demand for quality in any budget make every Novum home unique. Doug & Andrea build every home as if they were moving in themselves. Your home is a place of refuge and comfort, where memories are made, relationships nurtured, life’s inevitable challenges overcome and dreams realized. At Novum Custom Homes, we understand each home is a story and we’d be honored to help you tell yours.

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Heaven in Huber Local contractors continue local builder’s vision By Christina Kleiner | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp/Visual Edge Imaging Charles Huber had big plans for the Greater Miami Valley. More than five decades ago, he constructed the first of nearly 11,000 single-family homes in what used to be known as Wayne Township. Huber’s signature brick ranches and Ohioans embodied the typical family-friendly American neighborhood. Today, Huber Heights is home to more than 40,000 residents.

This past spring seven

local remodelers and builders, along with CountyCorp, the Home Builders Association of Dayton and dozens of additional participants and sponsors, teamed up for Eco-Rehabarama. For this year’s home show, CountyCorp purchased ten foreclosed or bank-owned properties in the community and set out to transform them into energy efficient modern homes, while keeping the characteristics of Huber Heights alive and well. ● New kitchens played a big role in the renovation process. If you were unable to tour the homes, we’re offering a closer look at all ten kitchens, showcasing what makes them trendsetters and why they’re kind to Mother Nature. continued >

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k itchen GREEN IT UP!

Energy Star recessed lights are designed to operate efficiently in warm environments, such as kitchens, and provide an energy savings of 75% or more.

DINE-IN STYLE

Make your island pull double duty. This oversized center island serves as a prep area and a table, eliminating the need for a separate dining room.

HOT TREND: DARK FINISHES Darker stains, like the Java cabinets in this home, are increasing in popularity and add a dramatic touch to any kitchen.

Contractor: TesCon, Inc.

Cabinets:

Quality Cabinets, supplied by Sawdust Construction

Countertops:

High Definition Formica, supplied by Miami Valley Countertops

Lighting: BEFORE

Energy Star recessed, supplied by Lyons

Furniture and accessories: Debra Gysel, Debra’s Designs

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k itchen OPTICAL ILLUSION

The glass and stone backsplash was installed vertically for visual interest and to detract eyes from noticing the lower than 8-foot ceiling height.

HOT TREND: TAKE YOUR MINERALS Quartz, such as these countertops by Cambria, is a great alternative to natural stone, offering low maintenance, high durability and a wide range of colors and designs.

GREEN IT UP!

The kitchen features solid bamboo cabinets. Bamboo, a member of the grass family, is known for its durability and is considered the fastest growing plant on the planet, making it a wonderful renewable resource. BEFORE

Contractor: Hurst Total Home

Furniture and accessories: Katie Hurst; Centerville Design Associates

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GREEN IT UP!

The under-cabinet lights are LEDs, which don’t create heat and have a long lifespan.

HOT TREND: COLOR COORDINATED Two-tone cabinetry continues its reign. This kitchen features maple cabinets with an oatmeal stain and a darker merlot stain on the island and range hood.

STARTING POINT

This kitchen was designed around the Cambria quartz countertops (Shirebrook color). Selecting a favorite element, such as a cabinet color or a wall color, can help the design process come together.

BEFORE

Contractor: Hurst Total Home

Furniture and accessories: Katie Hurst; Centerville Design Associates

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A mixture of glass and stone tile in a warm cappuccino tone creates a visually interesting backsplash.

BEFORE

STYLISH DOORS

This kitchen features full overlay cabinets. The larger doors and drawer fronts help to hide the face frame, creating more of a frameless-cabinet look.

GREEN IT UP!

Volatile Organic Compounds, or VOCs, are carbon-containing compounds that can pollute the air and lead to a variety of health problems. Use low or no-VOC paint to help improve indoor air quality.

Contractor:

Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling

Interior designer:

Jennifer Luckoski, Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling

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HOT TREND: ROCK SOLID

BEFORE

Adding concrete countertops gives homeowners the flexibility to choose any color, size or shape they desire. Concrete is also an exceptionally durable and eco-friendly option.

Contractor:

Custom Concepts Construction Company, LLC

Cabinetry:

UltraCraft, The Requarth Co./ Supply One

Concrete countertops: Counter Evolution

Furniture and accessories:

POWER OF REPURPOSING

Beams removed during the renovation were repurposed to create the wood bar top and window sills throughout the house.

GREEN IT UP!

Cate Interiors

These black bamboo plank floors make a dramatic statement without putting a strain on the environment.

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BEFORE

HOT TREND: STORAGE SAVVY

Pull-out drawers for pots and pans and other cookware make the kitchen more convenient than ever before.

UNIVERSAL DESIGN

The kitchen is wheelchair accessible thanks to the lowered table-height island. The sink front can also be removed if needed.

Contractor:

Dancraft Construction

GREEN IT UP!

Selecting energy efficient lighting doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. The island chandelier, by Nuvo Lighting, features an Energy Star label and perfectly complements the bronze bar stools.

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Contractor:

Kent Development Group, LLC.

Concrete countertops: Counter Evolution

Backsplash:

GREEN IT UP!

Gobi Corinth slate tile, The Tile Shop

The cabinets are made from reclaimed ash flooring that was salvaged from an old home on Dayton’s east side.

Interior designers: Tracy Kraft and Judy Duwel, Nest Designs, LLC/ Redesigned Interiors

HOT TREND: POP OF COLOR Colorful pendant lights, such as these Orange Globe Pendants by Riga, add the perfect touch of eye candy.

BRANCHING OUT

To accommodate a larger living space, the kitchen was relocated into the old garage. A subfloor was installed to bring the floor level up to match the rest of the house.

BEFORE

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HOT TREND: WHITE HOT

The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) states that white painted cabinetry continues to be the most popular option in the kitchen.

GREEN IT UP!

Appliances with an Energy Star label, like the GE appliances seen here, generally use 20%-30% less energy than required by U.S. energy standards.

WIDE OPEN SPACES

BEFORE

Open floor plans are all the rage. To open up this ranch, a portion of the wall separating the kitchen and living room was removed to make way for a bar-height countertop.

Contractor:

Generations Construction

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HOT TREND: SLEEK AND SMOOTH Transitional kitchens, which blend influences of traditional and contemporary design, are in high demand. Flat panel doors, such as these cabinets from Armstrong, and simple crown molding create a modern look.

GREEN IT UP!

No formaldehyde in the countertops and cabinetry, Marmoleum no-VOC flooring and an Ultimate Air Energy Recovery Unit leads to better indoor air quality.

UP AND AWAY

Taking cabinets to the ceiling not only creates more storage space—it gives the appearance of a larger room. BEFORE

Contractor:

Dancraft Construction continued >

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$UCCE$$ IN NUMBERS

The Home Builders Association of Dayton estimates 2,000 people toured each home. “People enjoyed seeing the creativity and designs that the contractors and designers came up with for these homes,” says Walt Hibner, executive director of the Home Builders Association of Dayton. “In fact, eight out of the ten homes have already sold.”

ISLAND SANCTUARY

Even a small kitchen deserves an island. Additional counter space and a few extra seats can make or break a kitchen renovation.

web bonus

Go to housetrends.com to see additional before and after photos from Eco-Rehabarama. Search: Heaven in Huber

GREEN IT UP!

Don’t block out the sun. Take advantage of the sun and allow natural light to brighten your space. A window over your sink creates the perfect amount of task lighting for cleaning up after a meal.

Anything else is a compromise

Wood Floors Tile Floors Carpeting

Contractor:

Generations Construction BEFORE

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Kay and Ernie Vagedes spent 30 years considering just what to do with their kitchen. They knew it was outdated and too small for their extended family gatherings. They just didn’t know where to begin.

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A look at some of Housetrends’ favorite sanctuaries By Christina Kleiner

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We all know that feeling when we walk out of the spa—relaxed, refreshed and perfectly at ease. Who wouldn’t want to have that experience every day? There isn’t any reason why you shouldn’t pamper yourself in your own home. Whether you desire a giant soaking tub, multiple showerheads or an oversized vanity, here are a few of our favorite master bathroom retreats. continued >

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Dayton Contractor: Remodeling Designs, Inc. Designer: Cheeky Monkey Photo: Daniel Feldkamp/ Visual Edge Imaging

Why we love it: The ceiling mirror is made of mylar, the same material used to make balloons.

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Cincinnati Designer: Shannon Riley, Voltage, Inc. Contractor: Camden Homes, Inc. Tub: BainUltra Cabinetry: Beloni America Sinks: Wetstyle Photo: Robin Victor Goetz/RVGP Inc.

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Designer/contractor: Jim Stephens, Van Gogh Capabilities Flooring: The Tile Shop Sinks, faucets and lighting: Ferguson Enterprises Photo: Robin Victor Goetz/ RVGP Inc.

Why we love it: A mix of dark, earth toned stone and tile creates a dramatic design.

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Why we love it: The Mother of Pearl sinks complement the green and white tones of the multi-colored glass tile on the tub surround.

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Why we love it: The mirror pulls double duty by servicing the two facing vanities.

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Remodeling Designs was founded in 1990, by Erich and Kelly Eggers.

Our reputation for excellence was established quickly after our founding. Today, Remodeling Designs is among the area’s largest, most respected, full service Design/Build firms. Most of our projects require extensive remodeling, especially for entire homes, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and room additions. We are recognized locally and nationally for our professionalism. In fact, we have received our industry’s highest honors for quality and integrity. Given our success, we strive continually to remain among the most competent, most trustworthy remodeling firms anywhere. The Golden Rule guides the way we conduct business and our lives. Everyone associated with our organization desires to exceed your expectations before, during and after the project with open lines of communication, outstanding craftsmanship and honesty. Our Process: When you call into our office, you can expect to be asked many different questions.... and expect us to listen to your answers. We not only ask the basic questions, we want to know what you expect from your remodeling experience. If Remodeling Designs, Inc. is a good fit for you and your project, one of our Project Consultants will schedule a visit.

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�ome�imes you just have to live with something before you know if you really like it. That’s what a Springboro couple learned when they embarked on the amazing journey to build their dream home after spending 25 years in another house. Traditional spaces like a formal living room and conventional two-story designs weren’t part of the planning process for this couple’s new home. They wanted each room to have a practical purpose and use for nearly every day of the week. F “In our first home we wanted a formal living room. It was important to us,” the homeowner says. “But then we realized after 25 years that that is not how we live. We wanted open plans that could be used every day versus just on the holidays.”

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Developing a plan The couple had spent three years considering ideas for the construction of their new home. They gradually tucked away design ideas as they toured area home shows, such as Homearama®, where they were exposed to the open floor plan as well as the builder they would eventually choose. That builder—Dan DeVol, owner of Daniel DeVol Custom Builder Inc.—was brought on after the couple purchased two lots that gave them exactly what they wanted: complete privacy when they walk out the back door, but instant access to community when they drive out the front. “The best part (about building a home) is having the opportunity to be a part of a chain that helps the homeowner pull together the dream for their home. It’s an outstanding feeling,” says DeVol, who was chosen by the homeowners because of his experience as a finish carpenter and his appreciation for detail. “When we build a home, it is a team of people who work in conjunction with the homeowner, exchanging ideas and making it come together.” While some of its elements pull from the Craftsman model, DeVol considers the home a transitional design. The home­owners liked the Craftsman style but didn’t care for the linear lines that it’s known for. So, they added a variety of styles including rounded windows and sidelights made of bubble glass. The exterior uses multiple materials including two different types of siding, stone and brick. The lush landscaping, created by Grandma’s Gardens, includes paths that lead up to the custom-made front door that beckons visitors inside and to the home’s back yard and inviting pool.

LEFT: A fountain, surrounded by boxwoods and perennials, greets guests as they make their way up to the front porch. ABOVE: Strategically placed outdoor lights accentuate the trees and shrubs at night. OPENING SPREAD: The pantry is expertly hidden behind a cabinet door alongside the double ovens.

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TOP: The great room features a fireplace and an elegant coffered ceiling. FAR LEFT: This large dining table adds rustic charm to the breakfast nook. ABOVE AND LEFT: A flat panel television rises out of the custom cabinet in the sunroom. OPPOSITE: Beautifully carved crown molding, corbels and rounded island legs give a furnitureinspired look to the kitchen cabinetry.

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Light and Open The home’s open design, light color and expansive use of windows are the first elements to catch the eye when entering the home. The use of natural light was very important to the homeowners so they made sure they added the largest windows they could find and positioned the home so that the entire back, where they spend most of the their time, would get the best exposure. The ranch home flows in one seamless design from its great room, kitchen, sunroom and outdoor porch. Soft blue, red, cream and yellow hues are used throughout the interior design. Aside from sunlight, color was the next important element for the homeowners. “We like it to feel soft when you walk into a room,” the homeowner says. The materials used throughout the home are displayed in custom-made pieces. Large columns surround the dining room and stretch up to the first floor’s ten foot ceilings while Santos Mahogany hardwood floors run throughout each room adding a richness to the lighter colors. Each room boasts its own custom-built piece of furniture created by Bruce Landes of Farrington Woods. The homeowners felt it was important to create a uniform look, from the bookshelves and bathroom vanities to the kitchen cabinets. “When we chose to use an open floor plan, we wanted to make sure the kitchen didn’t look like a kitchen,” the homeowner says. Every part of the kitchen is integrated into the cabinet design. The room’s SubZero refrigerator and freezer and dishwasher are hidden behind custom panels that look no different than the cabinets. The stainless cooktop, oven and microwave are built into the cabinetry. The countertop in front of the sink was made higher to hide any dirty dishes from guests gathered in the great room. The 8x10-foot pantry also blends into the room thanks to a custom door that is identical to that of the refrigerator.

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H�gh Tech Min�

Nearly everyone has sat down to dinner only to be interrupted by a knock at the front door. Most homeowners will answer the door and let the visitor in if the nature of their call is important enough.

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Now imagine doing all of that not from the comfort of your own kitchen table, but from a restaurant located 10 miles from your home. It may seem like a futuristic capability, but it’s not. More homeowners are becoming empowered to control their home – even seeing who stands at their front door and unlocking their home to let them in – when they’re not even on the premises. Advanced programs, developed and marketed by companies like Control4, have taken

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the technology once reserved for corporate and commercial use and put it in the hands of homeowners. The technology gives homeowners the security of monitoring their homes, the energy savings of controlling things such as lights and the convenience of streamlining entertainment – all from one touch pad or smart phone. “Technology like this used to just be something we would see at Homearama or read in

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magazines,” says Kirby Gaboury, who co-owns Audio, Etc. with his wife Cindy. “But now it is becoming even more affordable.” Homeowners can begin using the technology with the addition of one remote control that consolidates all their entertainment functions. The possibilities grow from there, including control pads throughout the home that determine what time of day the window shades descend to when the coffee maker starts brewing. But perhaps one of the first

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reasons people are attracted to the technology is for entertainment reasons. “People are spending more time at home watching their TVs,” Gaboury says. “Home entertainment is an important factor for most families and they are willing to invest in additional products to get it integrated.” 1: The Control4 program can be accessed via the homeowner’s iPad. 2 and 3: The Control4 panels located throughout the home can operate the lighting, audio/video and security systems. 4: Small video cameras are tucked into corners along the outside of the home.

Convenience and Ease The look and feel of the home weren’t the only important elements for the homeowners. They also were concerned with its function. They wanted it to have ease of use, including being ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compatible, so they could use it into their golden years. To accommodate that, an elevator was installed to go from the main level to the garage and then to the walkout basement. They also installed a Control4 system, which streamlines the control of lighting, security and entertainment into one package. Many features in the home were designed with Control4 in

mind. Two flat-screen televisions were placed into custom-built cabinets in the sunroom and great room. With the touch of a button, the screens appear out of the cabinets and then return inside when not in use. Likewise, shades are drawn to cover the large windows across the back of the home when privacy is wanted more than sunlight. And the back porch features phantom screens, which scroll down and back up according to how the homeowners want to use the outdoor room. The family can monitor who is knocking at their front door from any keypad in the home and mom is able to see

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what her son is watching on television in the basement. “It’s all about convenience,” says Rick Smith, who with Audio, Etc., helped install the system. It’s been three years since the homeowners moved into their new home and already they realize they chose the right rooms for their lifestyle. Each space serves the purpose for which it was created. Whether it’s enjoying dinner in the screened-in porch or watching through the expansive windows as snow falls on their private back yard, this home offers the perfect place to spend the rest of their years.

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Architect: Atelier Design; Builder: Daniel DeVol Custom Builder, Inc.; Hardwood flooring: Santos Mahogany, All About Hardwood; Flooring: Innovative Floors; Booher Carpet & Rugs, Inc.; Cabinetry: Farrington Woods; Countertops: Granite, Kemper Design; Backsplash: Innovative Floors; Sinks and faucets: Centerville Winnelson; Appliances: Asko and Bosch dishwashers; Wolf cooktop and ovens; Sub-Zero refrigerator, supplied by Custom Distributors; Lighting: Premiere Lighting; Audio/Video: Control4, installed by Rick Smith, Audio Etc.; Pool: Kramer Pools; Landscaping and pavers: Grandma’s Gardens; Landscaping lighting: Illumiza; Alarm system: Nightstar Communications; Retractable screens: Phantom Screens, Tri-State Retractable Screens; Blinds: Budget Blinds TOP: The oversized laundry room doubles as an office/homework area. MIDDLE: The large pool is a popular spot during the summer months. BELOW: Dark wood planks add visual interest to the vaulted ceiling covering the outdoor porch.

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HOW IT WORKS Our computer generated design network allows both you and Knapke Cabinets’ design consultant to visualize all elements of the project, from cabinet styles and finishes through interior accessorizing to moldings and trim. Every last detail is considered and subsequently reproduced on high resolution floor plans with optional three dimensional perspectives, reflecting the overall style and balance of the final design. Whatever your vision may be, our designers utilize upscale custom cabinetry and semicustom cabinetry styles to create workable kitchens and bathrooms you’re going to love. A comprehensive installation and remodeling service augments the company’s operations and services that make Knapke Cabinets virtually unique in the region as the “one stop shop” for all kitchen and bathroom projects. We encourage you to contact us to schedule an individual and informal consultation with Bernie Knapke. He will sit down with you to discuss your individual cabinetry needs to turn your vision into a reality using talent, creativity and computer design software.

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The rest of the world has gone high-tech—why not your kitchen? Today’s homeowners have a myriad of new and intuitive options to propel their kitchen appliances into the next generation of technology. Funky design, advanced function and energy efficiency are at the forefront. Whether it’s a dishwasher that is as silent as the night, a refrig-

erator that chills your drink in minutes or a stovetop that practically doubles as a personal chef, you can find it here. Whether your kitchen is your comfort zone or whether you want to minimize the time you spend there, these technologically advanced products from some of the world’s finest appliance manufacturers will make your life easier.

OPPOSITE: Photo courtesy of Thermador TOP: Photo courtesy of Fisher & Paykel MIDDLE: Photo courtesy of Liebherr BOTTOM: Photo courtesy of Bertazzoni

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Dishwashers keep it clean Bosch:

Touting itself as the quietest brand of dishwasher in North America, the Bosch dishwasher sports sleek design and built-in hidden controls for a custom look; some feature recessed handles, others, a bar handle. Bosch received the Energy Star award this year for Sustained Excellence, reflecting its commitment to efficiency and green technology, including its optimum wash sensor and a concealed heating element. With such a large capacity, you can hold a dinner party for 14 and still fit all the dishes into one load.

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Fisher & Paykel: Fisher & Paykelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s revolutionary Double Dish Drawer features a one touch operation, separate drawers, and allows for independent wash loads and multiple cycles. Additional features include a selection of water pressure variants with precise water temperature settings and a flow-through detergent dispenser. ABOVE: Photos courtesy of Fisher & Paykel

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Though they offer a large variety of design and color choices, technology and energy efficiency are staples of a GE dishwasher. Some of GEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dishwasher technologies include: Smart Dispense, which automatically dispenses the correct amount of detergent, the Angled Rack Dry System, which angles glasses at the right degree for easier water run-off, and the Single Rack Wash Selection, which allows you to run just the top rack to save water and energy.

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Refrigerators keep it cool Sub-Zero:

The Pro 48 from this industry darling and pioneer of dual refrigeration helps consumers keep food fresher, longer. Says Michele Bedard, vice president of marketing, “All Sub-Zero PRO 48 models meet rigorous Department of Energy standards for residential use, consuming less energy than a 100-watt light bulb over the course of a year.” Bedard points out other features that make it stand out, such as full extension drawers, interchangeable refrigerator drawer dividers, and a pair of two-gallon stainless steel washable and oven-safe bins that fit under any refrigerator shelf to store smaller items. She added, “The PRO 48 contains two compressors that help maintain proper air conditions and prevent odor transfer between the refrigerator and freezer sections.”

ABOVE AND RIGHT: Photos courtesy of Sub-Zero

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Liebherr: German manufacturer Liebherr produces built-in, freestanding and fully integrated refrigerators. Some features of Liebherr fridges include: separate cooling circuits, reversible doors, LED lighting, a large storage capacity, a touch control system behind the door, BioFresh drawers on telescopic rails and a self-closing mechanism on freezer drawers. ABOVE: Photo courtesy of Liebherr

LG: A refrigerator should have a high IQ, right? For 2012, LG has updated its line of Smart ThinQ appliances. The new LG Smart Refrigerator hooks up to your home network and communicates with your mobile devices and television for a total food management system. For example, LG’s Smart Manager’s Freshness Tracker will advise you as to when the food in your fridge is about to expire. And if the age-old question “what’s for dinner?” keeps you up at night, the LG technology can actually suggest dinner based on the ingredients on hand. Thirsty for a cold soda or beer? With the Blast Chiller feature, you only have to wait a couple of minutes for your drink to reach “ahhhh” proportions. LEFT: Photo courtesy of LG

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Miele:

Cookware keeps it hot Wolf:

Michele Bedard says that Wolf’s brand new sleek, stainless steel convection steam oven is 25% larger than others of its kind in the market. “The external boiler heats water quickly and efficiently and can be refilled without interrupting the cooking process. The oven’s perfected precision technology senses the proper timing and allocation of steam, consistently creating ideal cooking environments for a broad range of foods and recipes.” And busy moms will appreciate the ability to decrease cooking time by up to 25%: “The Wolf Gourmet feature properly adjusts the time and temperature based on the amount and size of the food being prepared.”

Gourmet cooks, and even not-so-gourmet cooks, will salivate over Miele’s innovative convection steam oven, available in a classic or Europa design. With over 140 settings, including some pre-programmed options, this oven will inject just the right amount of steam into your meals using the external steam generator. Rather than depleting the health benefits of your food, the steam will ensure that the nutrients, as well as flavor, are cooked right in. There is a built-in option for this oven.

ABOVE: Photo courtesy of Wolf

Thermador:

Techies, meet Ther­ mador’s Freedom Induction Cooktop, which won accolades for its innovative full-surface induction stove. There are no traditional burners, so the touch-screen interface senses a pot’s shape and position as well as controls timing and intensity. Electromagnets are the technology behind induction cooking, and this cooktop uses 48 heating elements equipped with sensors.

RIGHT: Photo courtesy of Thermador

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kitchen trends Bertazzoni:

TOP RIGHT: Photo courtesy of Bertazzoni

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Whirlpool:

One of the largest capacity ovens on the market, the Aqualift Stove features an odor-free self-cleaning system, a temperature management system, and a timesaver convection cooking system.

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