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Kutchina launches exclusive outlet in Bangalore – Outlook India

New Delhi [India], May 15 (-NewsVoir): Kutchina, India’s first holistic kitchen solutions brand on Monday launched their first exclusive outlet in bangalore. Namit Bajoria, Director, Kutchina, addressed the media on the occasion and shared the brand’s achievements, growth and expansion plans for the city and region. The occasion was graced by the presence of renowned actress of the Kannada film industry Sharmeila Mandre.

The sprawling store is strategically located in BM Arcade, Kadugodi and is spread across an area of 1400 sq ft. The store will showcase a wide range of modular kitchens of International standard apart from a range of auto clean chimneys and other kitchen appliances like hobs, water purifiers and dish washers.

“Our aim is to transform the cooking scenario in Indian kitchens and make it a lifestyle experience. We have witnessed changing preferences and increasing demand for our products everywhere and with this we aim at an aggressive expansion in South India. We are continuously striving to offer better products and make contemporary Indian cooking a lifestyle experience,” said Bajoria.

A market leader in the kitchen appliances segment, Kutchina has always introduced its consumers with appliances with the most advanced technology packed with thoughtful features.

Today Kutchina is a trusted name which pioneers in introducing products which are superior in technology and offer unique features incorporated after in-depth market research and assessing the needs of the end consumer to make Kutchina products user friendly and the most preferred brand.

Kutchina offers widest bouquet of kitchen appliances making it the undisputed market leader in providing holistic kitchen solutions under one roof. Kutchina offers chimney, hobs, modular kitchens, water purifiers, dish washers etc. which has set it apart from the other brands in the segment.

The modular kitchens have been designed to meet modern Indian needs. The technology and the style used in the kitchens are in keeping with the contemporary International standard. The focus is on making Indian cooking an effortless experience. Hence, special emphasis is laid on the ergonomics while designing the kitchens for maintaining the correct posture of the cook and ease of cooking.

Space is used intelligently, utilising each nook and corner for storage. Built-in chimneys ensure a smoke free kitchen. The accessories used are from Hettich, using superior technology to ensure smooth functioning of the utilitarian baskets and noiseless operation.

The auto clean technology with filter-free oil collection system is a dynamic concept conforming to industrial standards with a combination of modern technology and innovation. The latest in this regard is the third generation Dry auto – clean chimney which is the evolution from soap water fed auto clean technology to dry auto clean technology, wherein, a single push of a switch is good enough to clean the chimney automatically and deposit the dirt in the oil collectors.

The most sought after model in the third generation category is the ultramodern and elegantly designed chimney which now comes with a LCD monitor. This audio visual communication device can play all your movies; music videos and can also connect to your satellite box to view television giving a new experience of smokeless, noiseless, hygienic and entertaining ambience in the kitchen which is much more enjoyable and fun.

While the kitchen chimneys eliminate the hassle of cleaning the filter manually, the range of hobs comes with timer control. Not only will it save time but will also give your kitchen an ultra modern and sophisticated look. With designer knobs and brass construction in burners to avoid melting, these hobs work on both LPG and NG gas.

Continuing to introduce the country with technological marvels in kitchen appliances, Kutchina also boasts of a wide range of water purifiers with unique features – Auto Clean, Back wash and Antioxidant candles.

After years of research and development, Kutchina introduced yet another marvel from its stable – water purifiers with antioxidant technology. Drinking water should be free of arsenic, iron, mercury, lead, fluoride, nitrate and pesticides but at the same time, water which is best for our body must be hydrating, anti-oxidizing and detoxifying. The antioxidant technology in Kutchina RO water purifiers ensure all this.

Kutchina also boasts of a wide range of small appliances including cooktops, toasters, sandwich makers, OTG, mixer grinder, juicer, electric kettle, Inductions and hand blenders. (-NewsVoir)


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How to design your apartment with high standards on a low budget


Holley Simmons uses one room as a dressing room She has bold wall paper as an accent wall and made the racks to hold her vintage clothing.

By Holley Simmons, special to The Washington Post

Friends of mine would probably describe me as “crafty” and “creative.” But that’s just because they’re too polite to tell you the truth: I’m cheap.

My stinginess has led me down dark alleys in search of scrap wood to build a coffee table for a fraction of the price of the Restoration Hardware version I adore. And it means I’ll often wake up to pictures from my roommate of dilapidated, discarded furniture on the street with the message, “This made me think of you.”

As a result, my apartment is filled with inexpensive pieces that have been gathered in unconventional ways or made by yours truly. In fact, the other day while I was tidying up, I realized that every item — with the exception of my mattress — cost less than $300.

I’ve been very deliberate in my selections, and it’s taken me years to build an arsenal of couches, tables, rugs and art that I’m happy with. At times it was difficult not to rush to Ikea and settle for a set of just-okay dining chairs to avoid another night of standing around the dinner table eating supper.

I realize not everybody has as much patience to devote to decorating and furnishing their home. And I’m not proposing you spend your weekends scrounging around in Dumpsters for unique home accents. (Please, that would mean fewer treasures for me.)

But there are a few tricks and shortcuts I’ve learned along the way that make it easy to save a buck or $200. And not a single one requires a tetanus shot.


Bold print furniture can bring a bland space to life. Instructions for the tassel wall hanging came from a wedding website. Holley Simmons’s home is shown April 17, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Katherine Frey, The Washington Post)

Know what to buy vs. DIY

Anytime I see an item described as “industrial” or being made with “reclaimed” materials, my DIY senses tingle. Additionally, the plumbing section at your local hardware store is brimming with potential storage solutions. I built the clothing racks in my dressing room using copper piping and concrete, and I’ve made a simple, versatile blanket ladder using dowels and copper fittings. And if you find an affordable dresser but hate the knobs, you’re just a few twists away from a sleek piece when you update the hardware.

Buy textiles when you travel

The fastest way to add color and richness to a room is by adding textiles. It also happens to be one of the most expensive. Throw blankets, table linens and rugs often demand a high price because they’ve been imported and are grossly marked up. But when traveling through foreign countries, you can find the same items at markets for a fraction of the price. Take the massive white rug in my living room that I snagged in Mexico City for $30. Or the hand-embroidered blanket draped across my bed that I picked up in Burma for $40. Not only were they affordable and rare, but they also tell a story.

Host a tchotchke swap

One woman’s trash is another woman’s new wall adornment or pop of color. Similar to a clothing swap or a book swap, a tchotchke swap is a way for you to exchange items you no longer need for something fresh. It’s how I picked up a crystal chandelier (really!) for nothing.

Think big

If you have a large, blank wall to fill, don’t immediately think gallery wall, which is a strategically arranged collection of art pieces that can cost a fortune to frame. Instead opt for a large anchor piece, such as a giant map or a handmade installation. For my living room, I searched “DIY backdrop” for inspiration and found instructions on how to make a huge tassel hanging on a wedding website.

Paint often and paint everything

A can of paint is the single most inexpensive way to change the look of your home. Don’t be afraid to go big here. I wasn’t, and I’m thrilled with my bright blue living room (inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s house in Mexico City) and coral dining room (inspired by a Santorini sunset). And consider painting your cabinets and doors. I couldn’t resist coating the door in my foyer with millennial pink, and the results are whimsical.

Go to estate sales

This is the best way to shop for furniture for a number of reasons: The prices are unbeatable. In fact, many of the secondhand shops you love get their stock this way (and then charge you three times what they paid.) Secondly, if you like someone’s taste in dining room chairs, chances are you’ll like their taste in dining room tables and bed frames and dressers and … you get the idea. Plus, you can haggle for a discount if you’re buying multiple items. Lastly, estate sales give someone’s belonging a second chance at being loved, which is how I got over the initial ickiness of rummaging through a stranger’s things.


The author bought her dining room table and credenza at an estate sale and used plants to fill space. (Katherine Frey, The Washington Post)

Make your existing belongings do the work

Books, clothing and dinnerware are common items in every apartment. They can also look beautiful when displayed in the open vs. stored in a cabinet or closet. Be sure to choose your items wisely: Think floor-length floral frocks hung on a clothing rack instead of a row of white tees.

Add some plants

Don’t let a fear of killing greenery stop you from adding life to your home. There are a number of foolproof houseplants that cost next to nothing and will last a long time, including ZZ plants, snake plants and pothos. Fiddle-leaf figs and succulents might be in vogue, but both are fickle and require specific conditions to thrive.

Don’t be afraid of prints

If you want to make an otherwise bland room come to life, just add prints. The bright green floral couch in my living room (which I affectionately call “grandma chic”) serves as the anchor for the space, and the wallpaper in my dressing room turns a drab wall into a happy garden. Plus, the pattern is so bold that I needed to cover only one wall, thus saving money. Just be sure to go easy on other patterns so as not to overwhelm the eye.

This story was first published on DenverPost.com

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Top 6 Vendors in the Global Residential Electric Fryers Market from 2017-2021: Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio
has announced the top six leading vendors in their recent global
residential electric fryers market
report until 2021.
This research report also lists five other prominent vendors that are
expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

The research study by Technavio on the global
residential electric fryers market
for 2017-2021 provides a
detailed industry analysis based on the product type (deep fat fryers
and air fryers), distribution channel (specialty stores, hypermarkets,
supermarkets, and convenience stores), and geography (the Americas,
Europe, APAC, and MEA).

The global residential electric fryers market is projected to
grow to nearly USD 2,789 million by 2021, at a CAGR of more than 9% over
the forecast period. The growing awareness about wellness, obesity, and
health consciousness among consumers is one of the key drivers of the
market
,” says Poonam Saini, a lead analyst at Technavio for retail
goods and services
research.

Competitive vendor landscape

The global residential electric fryer market is characterized by a
highly competitive vendor landscape with the presence of a few major
players and many small- and mid-size vendors. The major players include
Cuisinart, Havells, Kenstar, Koninklijke Philips, Tefal, and Waring.
These players are very competitive in terms of their product offerings.
These vendors present an eclectic mix of both international and regional
players who have managed to dominate their domains successfully.
Koninklijke Philips is currently the global market leader for air fryers.

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Top six vendors in the global residential electric fryers market

Cuisinart

Cuisinart manufactures and markets cookware, culinary appliances, and
kitchen accessories. It operates as a subsidiary of Conair. It also
offers products under different categories, including baby line, ice
cream/yogurt makers, kitchen accessories, kitchen tools and gadgets, can
openers, and cookware.

Havells

Havells manufactures, markets, and sells electrical and power
distribution equipment in India. The company offers products under
cables, switchgear, electrical consumer durables, and lighting and
fixtures segments.

Kenstar

Kenstar is a brand under Kitchen Appliances India. It is a premium brand
for electronic appliances. The company designs, develops, and sells
kitchen appliances. It has a strong network of over 3,500 trade
partners, 63 sales and service offices, and 425 service franchisees.

Koninklijke Philips

Koninklijke Philips engages in the healthcare, consumer lifestyle, and
lighting businesses worldwide. The company’s business segments include
personal health, lighting, diagnosis and treatment, connected care and
informatics, and health tech.

Tefal

Tefal, a part of Groupe SEB, designs, develops, manufactures, and sells
cookware and small appliances. The company specializes in the non-stick
cookware category. It focuses on expanding its cooking appliances
business by providing products that meet customer needs. The company
offers a range of deep fryers with patented oil filtration systems to
provide healthier meals for consumers.

Waring

Waring designs, manufactures, and markets kitchen electric appliances.
The company’s innovations and modern product designs are as per the
taste of customers. For instance, its newest additions are products such
as waffle makers and deep fryers.

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Designer to the Kardashians shares 10 looks from his new WeHo showroom

Interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard is one busy guy. In addition to designing homes for Cher, Kris Jenner, Tommy Hilfiger and Elton John, to name a few, he has 11 licenses spanning Ann Sacks tile to porcelain place settings for Haviland. You might recognize him from Bravo’s “Million Dollar Decorators” or the time he graciously shopped at Marshalls at our invitation. Bullard recently opened his first showroom on Melrose Avenue.

“It’s a high-glam explosion,” Bullard said with a grin on a recent tour.

He’s not kidding.

The showroom is the epitome of over-the-top glamour with its crystal chandeliers, gold-lined ceilings and luxurious furnishings. You can purchase inexpensive gift items too — pillows, books and candles — as well as borrow textiles on memo. It will be staffed by a design team and Bullard says he hopes to redecorate every few months. “It’s filled with all the different things that I love,” he added.

Here is a preview of 10 things we loved, with commentary from Bullard himself:


Martyn Lawrence Bullard opens his first showroom on May 8. (Lu Tapp)

1. Handblown Italian glass chandeliers

“The chandeliers are made exclusively for me on the island of Murano, Italy, and are handblown Italian glass. The pieces are available off the floor as well as can be custom-ordered and sized to a client’s own requirements and color palette.” Starting at $2,025.


The “Cher” sofa. (Courtesy of Martyn Lawrence Bullard )

2. The ‘Cher’ sofa

“The ‘Cher’ sofa was originally designed for Cher’s Malibu home and we loved it so much I added it to my line. The piece has a distinctly Indian vibe, yet can be finished in a variety of colors that can take it from exotic to modern. The upholstery fabrics can be the client’s own choice and we even can make this as an outdoor piece in teak.” Starting at $7,500.


Bullard originally designed this black-and-white console for Kris Jenner. (Lu Tapp )

3. Kris Jenner console

“The black-and-white lacquer console is a piece that I designed to use in Kris Jenner’s entry. The classic waterfall shape is updated with the fun lacquer stripes and has a very elegant form.” Starting at $5,900.


Bullard’s porcelain collection for Haviland Limoges. (Lu Tapp )

4. Porcelain collection

“My porcelain collection for Haviland Limoges called ‘Hollywood’ is inspired by a cross between 1960s David Hicks geometrical vibes and the tribal designs of Morocco. This glamorous pattern is edged in platinum and comes as a complete service incorporating all serving pieces as well as dinnerware.” Starting at $59.


The Lisbon bed in white lacquer. (Lu Tapp )

5. Lisbon bed

“The ‘Lisbon’ bed was inspired by an 18th century one I found at auction a decade ago. To keep it fresh, it is now offered in a variety of lacquer shades. Shown here the crisp white lacquer makes the piece fun whilst retaining an exotic appearance.” Queen starts at $14,700.


A green ultra suede swivel chair in the new showroom. (Lu Tapp )

6. Green suede swivel chairs

“The green ultra-suede swivel chairs are designed for pure comfort. The memory foam and down-filled chairs are the ultimate curl-up experience and perfect for TV viewing. The design is inspired by the rounded forms of Serge Roche and the ’70s morphic shapes of Pierre Cardin’s South of France home of the Palais des Boules.” Starting at $3,800.


Terrace sofas. (Lu Tapp)

7. Terrace sofas

“The terrace sofas have become a design classic and are multifunctional. The pieces can be purchased separately or as a suite and can be reconfigured in many different forms. From a sculptural central design as I display it, to single chaises, they can be placed back to back, opposite or side by side for a plethora of looks and feelings.” Starting at $6,400.


Bullard installed gold foil paper on the ceiling of his new showroom. (Lu Tapp )

8. Gold ceilings

“One of my favorite decorating tricks is to wallpaper the ceilings in silver or gold foil paper as I have on the ceiling in the showroom. Not only does this add instant glamour and drama, it also fools the eye and raises the look of ceiling heights. In a low space this works wonders as the ceiling heights become almost infinite.” $95 per 5 yard roll.

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9. Textiles

“Tropicana is one of the newest fabric additions to my line and captures the spirit of tropical ’40s that is so fashionable currently. The fabric was hand-painted and is a totally original interpretation, including beautiful toucans and birds of paradise frolicking in a wild, jungle-like setting.” $170 per yard.


Photos on display in the showroom. (Lu Tapp)

10. Photography

“I love photography and use it extensively in my work. The store has a curated collection of pieces from some of my favorite artists including Ruven Afanador, Miles Aldridge and Ellen von Unwerth. I have exclusive representation of Cheyenne Randall’s wonderful photography where he takes iconic images like James Dean or Elizabeth Taylor and adds tattoos to the imagery, instantly updating these icons and giving an unexpected edge to the pieces. They are so cool and really add a brilliant edge to the store.” Starting at $800 for 18-by-24-inch print.

Martyn Lawrence Bullard showroom

Where: 8550 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood

When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Contact: (323) 655-5080; martynlawrencebullard.com

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This KitchenAid Cookware Set Is On Sale In A One-Day-Only Deal

KitchenAid is a trusted name in cookware. It was founded nearly a century ago, and it has been making quality kitchenware ever since.

Today, you can save on some of that kitchenware – one of Amazon’s deals of the day is on a 12-piece cookware set.

 

Normally $155, this cookware set is 29 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

KitchenAid KC2AS12ER Aluminum Nonstick 12 Piece Cookware Set, Empire Red on sale for $109.99

This nonstick aluminum cookware set includes: an 8-inch skillet, a 10-inch skillet with lid, a 1.5-quart saucepan with lid, a 2.5-quart saucepan with lid, a 3-quart sauté pan with lid, a 6-quart low casserole pan with lid and a steamer insert.

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From the food editor: Zucchini provides the base for a light summer meal

Where do you find inspiration in the kitchen? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself lately, in an effort to become more creative with my meals in the weeks ahead.

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We’re heading into one of the most ho-hum times of the year for cooking. From about September to December, we’re in holiday cooking mode. Even though we don’t get seasonally appropriate temperatures in Florida, things feel cozier, more festive. January and February bring challenges of trying to eat healthier and cook meals that can help counteract the gluttony of the previous months. March and April offer a bit of spring.

But May through August generally feel like one thick, muggy cloud of meh. It’s hard for me to want to do anything in 95-degree heat, and turning on my oven or spending an hour in the kitchen is right up near the top of that sweat-induced list.

I think it’s also a time of year when we generally don’t want to eat heavy foods, what with the inevitable parties at which bathing suits are part of the dress code.

So, something light. Something that doesn’t require a ton of cook time. Something delicious. I think I found a new go-to.

The inspiration for it came from one of my relatively new kitchen appliances (wedding shower gift, this is why you register): a spiralizer attachment for my KitchenAid mixer that turns all manner of vegetables into gorgeous fettuccinelike strands and other shapes.

I know, I know. Not everyone has (or wants) an admittedly intense contraption. One of those handheld spiralizers works just as well, and in a pinch I am a big fan of using a vegetable peeler to get thick peels.

The real goal here is to turn a whole zucchini, a light vegetable just bland enough to work with whatever it is paired with, into a smaller cut that makes it more exciting to eat. You could even julienne it, cutting it into small matchsticks.

I used my spiralizer to turn the zucchini into thick noodles, spiralizing about three times more than I needed for this recipe so that I could more easily make it again. The veggie noodles kept perfectly in my fridge for about five days, during which I made this recipe four more times, the mark of a solid creation.

After I had a base, I went all in on the experimenting, turning to my favorite kitchen staples (onions, garlic and lemon) to create a refreshingly simple dish that delivers on flavor. The onion proved to be a little too oniony, so I switched to shallot instead. And, after making the recipe twice, I decided it was missing what most recipes are: two kinds of cheese.

Dinner inspiration accomplished.

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Kutchina launches exclusive outlet in Bangalore

New Delhi [India], May 15 (-NewsVoir): Kutchina, India’s first holistic kitchen solutions brand on Monday launched their first exclusive outlet in bangalore. Namit Bajoria, Director, Kutchina, addressed the media on the occasion and shared the brand’s achievements, growth and expansion plans for the city and region. The occasion was graced by the presence of renowned actress of the Kannada film industry Sharmeila Mandre.

The sprawling store is strategically located in BM Arcade, Kadugodi and is spread across an area of 1400 sq ft. The store will showcase a wide range of modular kitchens of International standard apart from a range of auto clean chimneys and other kitchen appliances like hobs, water purifiers and dish washers.

“Our aim is to transform the cooking scenario in Indian kitchens and make it a lifestyle experience. We have witnessed changing preferences and increasing demand for our products everywhere and with this we aim at an aggressive expansion in South India. We are continuously striving to offer better products and make contemporary Indian cooking a lifestyle experience,” said Bajoria.

A market leader in the kitchen appliances segment, Kutchina has always introduced its consumers with appliances with the most advanced technology packed with thoughtful features.

Today Kutchina is a trusted name which pioneers in introducing products which are superior in technology and offer unique features incorporated after in-depth market research and assessing the needs of the end consumer to make Kutchina products user friendly and the most preferred brand.

Kutchina offers widest bouquet of kitchen appliances making it the undisputed market leader in providing holistic kitchen solutions under one roof. Kutchina offers chimney, hobs, modular kitchens, water purifiers, dish washers etc. which has set it apart from the other brands in the segment.

The modular kitchens have been designed to meet modern Indian needs. The technology and the style used in the kitchens are in keeping with the contemporary International standard. The focus is on making Indian cooking an effortless experience. Hence, special emphasis is laid on the ergonomics while designing the kitchens for maintaining the correct posture of the cook and ease of cooking.

Space is used intelligently, utilising each nook and corner for storage. Built-in chimneys ensure a smoke free kitchen. The accessories used are from Hettich, using superior technology to ensure smooth functioning of the utilitarian baskets and noiseless operation.

The auto clean technology with filter-free oil collection system is a dynamic concept conforming to industrial standards with a combination of modern technology and innovation. The latest in this regard is the third generation Dry auto – clean chimney which is the evolution from soap water fed auto clean technology to dry auto clean technology, wherein, a single push of a switch is good enough to clean the chimney automatically and deposit the dirt in the oil collectors.

The most sought after model in the third generation category is the ultramodern and elegantly designed chimney which now comes with a LCD monitor. This audio visual communication device can play all your movies; music videos and can also connect to your satellite box to view television giving a new experience of smokeless, noiseless, hygienic and entertaining ambience in the kitchen which is much more enjoyable and fun.

While the kitchen chimneys eliminate the hassle of cleaning the filter manually, the range of hobs comes with timer control. Not only will it save time but will also give your kitchen an ultra modern and sophisticated look. With designer knobs and brass construction in burners to avoid melting, these hobs work on both LPG and NG gas.

Continuing to introduce the country with technological marvels in kitchen appliances, Kutchina also boasts of a wide range of water purifiers with unique features – Auto Clean, Back wash and Antioxidant candles.

After years of research and development, Kutchina introduced yet another marvel from its stable – water purifiers with antioxidant technology. Drinking water should be free of arsenic, iron, mercury, lead, fluoride, nitrate and pesticides but at the same time, water which is best for our body must be hydrating, anti-oxidizing and detoxifying. The antioxidant technology in Kutchina RO water purifiers ensure all this.

Kutchina also boasts of a wide range of small appliances including cooktops, toasters, sandwich makers, OTG, mixer grinder, juicer, electric kettle, Inductions and hand blenders. (-NewsVoir)


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