Saturday, May 8, 2010

10 Easy Kitchen Improvements

1.       Replace your kitchen knobs with something more creative that fits your tastes. If your kitchen is color oriented, then buy knobs that match those colors. Knobs usually run between $8 and $30. http://www.niftynob.com

Frosted glass knob


2.       Add contact paper to your cabinets. It makes it easy to clean them and look nice. Contact paper usually runs around $10 a roll. Get it here.

3.       Get tall colored  or clear glass jars to fill with things such as beans, spaghetti, cookies, crackers, etc. It gives you easy access to dry food, look nice and frees up space in your cabinets. These cost $5 and up. Get them here.

4.       Paint the cabinets if they are old. You can also add flair by using stencils to add flowering patterns or designs. If you are going to use stencils I suggest going with white paint for the background.

5.       Change the lighting to mellower warmer colors which will add to the feel of the kitchen.

6.       Add small potted plants to your kitchen windows sill. Usually the window is near the sink which makes it easy to water them.

7.       Add  lights inside your cabinets. You can pick up small lights that you press the cover to turn on and they stick anywhere. They usually cost around $11. You can find them here.

8.       Replace your dishwasher detergent with phosphorous free versions to help the ground water.

Russian Spoons

9.       Buy Russian Khokhloma spoons to decorate above your stove. They are beautiful and only cost around $11. Buy some spoons here.

10.   Add a pretty mat in front of the sink to collect water and make it easier to sweep your floors. Check out the floor mats here.

Friday, April 23, 2010

A new twist on green products

http://tinyurl.com/27fha85

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Amazing Gypsy Jazz

After a hard day of creating cabinet knobs we like great music! Check this out.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Friday, April 2, 2010

Amber and Green Frosted Knobs

Two of my favorite colors are Amber and Green so I designed knobs in these beautiful colors.




You can see my other knobs and buy these here.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Inspired by a Depression Glass tea cup in an antique store I created a collection combines old world style with contemporary color. http://bit.ly/bshcFV

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Nifty mounting system makes putting up towel bars, hooks, holders and rings as easy as screwing a lid onto a jar. http://tinyurl.com/ybthvvj

Friday, March 12, 2010

Convert>ables Bath Accessories

There are times (historic moments) in every industry when a new twist (innovation) on a familiar product forever changes both the product and the industry. In case you haven’t heard, that time has arrived for towel bars. The industry is now seeking to regain its footing after the ingenious design produced by Nifty Nob. Thanks to Nifty Nob, towel bars have never been easier to install!  With no clips or set screws, the Convert>ables towel bars install in just three incredibly easy steps. First you mark the location on your wall through the pre-drilled holes, then you mount your flange and finally snuggly screw down the plate. That's it!  But that's not all! The innovative Convert>ables design holds your bar in place through heavy wet towel after towel. Once you install it, you will never have to touch your towel bar again. Move on over you straight and narrow, hard to install, easy to un-install just by pulling down on them, run-of-the-mill towel bars! 

Make room for the styling bath accessory line from Nifty Nob . . . the Convert>ables With one turn of a nob, the bath accessory industry has been turned on its head. Never before has such a sensible and economical design been available. Re-doing your bathroom YOUR way has never been easier or more affordable.  Think a towel bar is a towel bar is a towel bar? It’s easy to do if you go to any major outlet store, where a small number of brand names produce slight variations on the same old theme. You can choose between polished chrome, satin nickel, oil rubbed bronze and brass, but customizing the bar to match your color scheme or kid’s favorite animal or hobby? It's not even on the menu. Well, you haven’t been visiting the right bath house. Check out www.niftynob.com and their new line of Convert>ables. The post hardware is designed so that the knobs can be swapped out with any Nifty Nob or standard threaded knob, allowing you endless variations in your bathroom d├ęcor without ever changing the actual towel bar.

With their keen eye for detail, utility and value, Nifty Nob's Convert>ables has made a unique and valuable contribution to the industry and erased many of the issues that have made towel bar installation an unpleasant chore. This patented, superior quality product line is only available online at www.niftynob.com Nifty Nob is a privately owned company that’s been in the business of making nifty knobs, bars, hooks, rings and accessories for over seventeen years. Do yourself and your bathroom a favor, and check them out!