It's from the weekend, but there was a lot of great info in the New York Times's special kitchen issue. Here's a rundown of what you may have missed.
- Using Craigslist, second-hand items and even discarded Dumpster finds, a woman finds a cheap and green way to renovate her kitchen.
- The new trend in kitchen counters eschews granite in favor of other materials like wood, copper, soapstone and recycled materials.
- Designer Christopher Peacock's name is synonymous with luxurious kitchens with a six-figure price tag that have transformed him into a full-fledged brand.
- No need to revamp your kitchen to make it new and improved, however: check out this slideshow of sleek, subtle enhancements like a new sink or faucet: instant kitchen facelift.