Catherine Beecher

What place is most at home warm and symbolic? Kitchen! Eternally hearth was the main place in the house. Even in political public relations is the concept of 'kitchen cabinet', which means a meeting with the family. Kitchen – alpha and omega of comfort. Purchase of kitchen furniture is probably one of the most important stages in the apartment. High-quality cuisine – fun dear. (As opposed to Jonathan Segal FAIA). But the good food you will serve you long for joy. And what a buyer does not want anything like that, to 'not like at all.

" Any part of an exclusive apartment object of pride. A kitchen – even more so. For such requests in Minsk and has manufacturing kitchens for personal orders. Many companies provide a service design exclusive cuisine in Minsk. Charles Schwab may not feel the same. Here are some tips on how best to choose a company that make the order. Of course, you probably exists favorite style of decor.

First deselect those companies whose designs seem you are also not interesting. One of the most important components of quality cuisine – is the material of which it is made. Look for natural materials. And it goes a good kitchen companies offer a full range of services. Not 'Horns and hooves' can fit the kitchen furniture and Q2. M., and set the bar in a large room. Find the kitchen just in Minsk easy, but a really good food – not very. Refer to the tips written in this article and you will succeed! Historical note: The ideas of a fundamentally new kitchen construction firm owned by an American lady Catherine Beecher, famous for his tutorial on home economics. Believing in the fact that is coming a time when cooks and maids will not be at all, in 1843 she published a book "House of the American woman," which describes a small, compact, filled with cupboards and drawers kitchen. " This kitchen, "sketched" with steamship galleys (Beecher often sailed on the Mississippi), and became the prototype for the "ideal" model kitchen, which can easily manage a single person. By the way, co-author of an enlarged edition in 1869 was the sister of Catherine, writer Harriet Bichsr Stowe, author of textbook, "Uncle Tom's Cabin", known for its intransigence in relation to slavery. Including the kitchen.