If the kitchen is the epicenter of the home, then countertops are the epicenter of the kitchen. It’s where almost every kitchen activity begins and ends. Because countertops are one of the first things you see when you enter a kitchen, they naturally serve as a focal point.
Located at 170 Hoss Hill Road in Lovell, Maine, this massive log home with local hand sewn logs has been sanded to a smooth finish along with pickled interior logs.
COVID-19 has transformed the role and functionality of modern kitchens. While the kitchen has long been considered the heart of the home, it now serves multiple roles that include classroom, office, hobby center, restaurant, study, game room and conference room, among others.
This three-bedroom, two-bath Colonial-style home with an office and a den is located at the end of a long driveway at 1378 Main Road in the small town of Chatham.
When I bought my land over in Lincoln, I did so with a good friend of mine. Since I was working in real estate and had my "eye on the ball," I found the property, did my homework, and then proposed the project to him.
I would be duly impressed if anyone reading knows the artist for today's article title's source "Here Comes the Hotstepper." It's Ini Kamoze. I know. Me neither. I love that song and it will now be bouncing around in my head for the rest of the day.
My title this week makes this sound like a wicked smart academic paper, eh? OK, maybe not. Regardless, I finally succumbed to the pressure (from myself, nobody else) and watched Brené Brown's "The Call to Courage" on Netflix. She offers a Cliffs Notes version of her book "Daring Greatly." Wh…