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Integrate accessories for added luxury

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(BPT) – Accessories bring a sense of purpose into a space and, with thoughtful selection, can transform a room into an elevated experience. When used creatively and in unexpected ways, they add the perfect finishing touch to a space and can transform the overall aesthetic and design. From hardware to purposefully placed decor, integrate accessories artfully and functionally to achieve beauty and balance for an even more luxurious space.

A balanced perspective

Assess the space and identify underutilized areas of the room – opportunities to bring a design to life. Choose accessories featuring a variance of shapes, sizes, colors and textures to establish visual and spatial equilibrium. Boldly patterned pillows add dimension among solid tones, while lush flower arrangements effortlessly fill negative space, striking an unexpected balance of comfort and intrigue.

Sophisticated hardware

Complete a luxurious design with sophisticated fixtures that serve as anchoring details, thoughtfully integrated for aesthetics and utility. These necessary pieces add opulence to a room while providing unexpected functionality. Reimagine the use of hardware by adding robe hooks to a walk-in closet for belts or scarves, or to hang clothes. Incorporate an element of surprise by adorning a kitchen space with a towel bar from the Litze Bath Collection by Brizo, which features textured knurling detail that highlights innovative engineering and artistry.

Harmonizing accents

Find the perfect blend of tones and textures by sourcing contrasting, but complementary accessories to finalize a design. Contrast an industrial coffee table with an acacia wooden bowl, or furnish a sleek, modern shelf with coarsely textured relics. As inspiration strikes, pursue the unexpected. Fill the space, maintaining a balance of polished and personal, soft and avant-garde, and strong yet fluid elements, adding just the right level of contradiction to create the perfect harmony.

An elevated update

Once a design is complete, statement pieces can have surprising transformative power when updating a space. Select high-end pieces for major impact, such as a bold area rug or an oversized piece of original art to instantly augment a design. Update an existing piece with new drawer knobs for a fresh look, integrating smaller elements that reflect the personality of the space in new ways. From a one-of-a-kind sculpture to a tasteful timepiece, always keep in mind that small-scale updates have the unexpected potential to make a large-scale impression.

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PROPERTY: Kitchen designers reveal 2019’s key trends

NATURAL grains, stone and bolder colour choices will all star in kitchens next year, writes Gabrielle Fagan.

THE kitchen is the heart of any home, especially now many of us congregate there to eat, catch up and socialise.

Choosing the right style is so important, and designers have been revealing what’s on the menu for kitchen trends in 2019.

“Industrial style is very much in vogue and still will be next year,” said Rachael Burgess, creative director at Contour Kitchens, based in Cheltenham.

“One of our most popular finishes is concrete, as it offers a cool, grey colour palette along with a textured finish.

“The contrast of light and dark is still a classic combination in interior design. A new colour for 2019 is olive grey, a mixed green and grey hue, which combines well with Robinia, a North American hardwood.

“Veined worktops – quartz, composite and Corian, which is non-porous and stain-resistant – are leading the field in popularity.

“There’s also a real trend for concealment, where a run of fitted cupboards can mask machines and utility areas and allow the area to be an uncluttered zone, perfect for entertaining.”

Here are three more trends for kitchens in 2019.

l Make it bold, open and interesting

“Greys and darker blue shades are still a very popular choice when planning the colour scheme for a more modern-looking kitchen and work brilliantly, especially when combined with a clean, contemporary work surface,” says Melissa Klink, head of design at Harvey Jones.

“That being said, we’ve also seen a rise in homeowners who want a bolder focal point in their design.

“Choosing to apply a more vibrant colour to their kitchen, whether a brightly coloured island, accessories such as stools or appliances, or painted cabinetry, is a fantastic way to make a statement.

“Interesting textures are a growing trend and this can be achieved with work surfaces in sandblasted timber, polished concrete, or even with an unpolished natural stone slab,” she added.

“Open-plan is still by far the most popular choice for layout, as people want to blend or extend the kitchen into the main living space, so it’s a social area during everyday family use and an entertaining zone when needed.”

DECOR TIP: Kitchens are the perfect area for experimenting with colour. When deciding on a shade for cabinetry, consider your space first.

Bolder, darker colours work particularly well in large, well-lit areas, while vibrant shades for accessories, such as lighting and kitchen gadgets, can be sufficient to lift a more enclosed space.

l Max out on materials

“Maximilism no longer excludes the kitchen when redecorating the home, and increasingly people are looking for a kitchen that has impact,” said Nick Bell, sales and design director at Mark Wilkinson Furniture.

“Contrasting materials and bold shades have a strong presence in contemporary kitchen design. A kitchen island is the perfect place to be brave with a colour or finish and to embellish with luxury materials.

“We’ll see a trend in kitchens gravitating towards more natural colours, textures and materials, such as bronze, burnt brass and timber.

“Next year, colours will begin to warm and soften,” he added, “and contrasting patterns and textures will be more prevalent, reflecting a contemporary twist on classic design.”

DECOR TIP: Shimmer and sheen are all that’s needed for a luxe look. Metal finishes, such as bronze, steel and copper, are making their mark on everything from furniture and tiles to accessories, and can also soften the look of an edgier industrial style space.

l Shine a light

“A lighter colour palette works well in most kitchens because a variety of surfaces and textures reflect light and brighten it, giving the illusion of more space,” said Fred Horlock, design manager at Neptune.

“A blend of two, three at most, complementary light shades creates a calm and sophisticated space. Our colours, pale green Sage, subtle Old Rose and taupe Driftwood work well individually or combined.

“Generally, islands are an essential ingredient in a kitchen because they act as a sociable hub and provide a perfect place for preparation.

“We can configure ours in a variety of ways, so they can include a sink, hob, an integrated fridge or chopping board cabinet, or be used purely for storage.

“Seating’s always desirable and, where possible, we’ll also include a wine rack, so it’s the ideal spot to unwind and relax with friends.”

DECOR TIP: While whitewashed woods are in tune with the enduringly fashionable Scandi style, there’s a growing trend for showcasing the grain of different woods, which brings drama and character to a scheme.

Exposed timber can add warmth to a pale scheme, contrast well with smooth surfaces, and is a natural balance for painted cabinetry.

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Months of anxiety for manufacturers amid trade war

MEQUON, Wis. – The trade war between the United States and China has made for a nerve-wracking summer of uncertainty in Wisconsin, where manufacturing has long been in decline yet remains a vital part of the state’s economy.

At Johnson Level and Tool in suburban Milwaukee, the Trump administration’s thrust-and-parry trade moves with China and other countries have left the company bracing for up to $3.7 million in extra costs annually because of higher tariffs on imports, including some of its levels that are made in China.

The company has a range of options to try to blunt its higher costs – from raising prices on the levels it sells to big box stores to potentially moving some of its manufacturing now done in China to another country to avoid tariffs.

But as companies across America struggle to adapt to the higher prices from import taxes, the options that officials at Johnson Level and Tool face underscore there are no easy answers – and no surefire way to avoid paying more for indispensable imports. As Trump’s tariffs on countless U.S. imports take root, some of the largest U.S. corporations have warned that higher prices are coming.

For many such companies, a key internal question is whether to absorb the higher costs themselves, at least temporarily, to avoid losing customers – or raise prices immediately. Johnson Level has chosen to raise its prices for the stores that buy its products by 8 percent to 10 percent to match its higher costs imposed by the tariffs.

Basic tools: Levels are a basic tool essential for things like getting doorways square and hanging pictures straight. Though Johnson manufactures some of its levels in Mequon, it imports others that are cheaper to make in China because their tooling machines cost just one-tenth what they do in the U.S., said Paul Buzzell, the company’s chief financial officer. About half of the levels the company sells are imported from China.

The uncertainty over how long the tariffs will remain in place has made it harder to find a solution, Buzzell said. He said he always assumed that if the U.S. increased tariffs, it would give businesses a year or two to prepare by making adjustments with their suppliers.

That was the assumption, he said, when the company “started investing in our suppliers and relationships in China.”

“We have this uncertainty, and almost overnight our business really has changed and so the competitive landscape is different,” Buzzell said.

The first tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum in June didn’t affect Johnson Level; the company doesn’t import those raw materials. But in July, a second round of tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese imports covering hundreds of items, including all the levels and laser levels the company imports, meaning they were now paying 25 percent more for those.

Broader effects: Despite its decline over the years, manufacturing still plays a central role in Wisconsin’s economy, making the survival of companies like Johnson Level essential to the state.

About 16 percent of Wisconsin’s workforce is in manufacturing – second only to Indiana, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. And global trade – whether involving manufacturing, farming or other industries – supports about 800,000 jobs in the state, according to the advocacy group U.S. Chamber of Commerce. That’s roughly a quarter of the state’s total workforce.

In business since 1947, Johnson Level and Tool sells levels and measuring tools to stores nationwide, including Home Depot, Menards, Lowe’s and Ace Hardware.

Buzzell said some of his customers, whom he declined to name, have already balked at suggested price increases. One business customer that he said accounted for about $2 million in Johnson’s annual sales found another supplier shortly after Johnson raised its prices, Buzzell said.

Margaret Smith, a spokeswoman for Home Depot, said the company works “with suppliers to mitigate impact on customers.” She said she couldn’t elaborate.

Uncertainty: Buzzell said the company, which employs about 100 people, has no plans to reduce staff. He wouldn’t disclose Johnson Level’s annual revenue, saying only that it’s under $50 million. Buzzell said one option likeliest to succeed – but also the costliest – would be for the company to find another country not subject to tariffs that can manufacture what it needs. Johnson Level has discussed that possibility, including making in the U.S. what it now imports from China, but it would entail a complex and time-consuming process.

“This is a classic example of uncertainty,” Buzzell said. “We’re questioning, should we treat these tariffs as a long-term thing that’s never going away.”

On the other hand, he said, the company must make pivotal decisions even knowing that the Trump administration could rescind its tariff increases at any time.

“You don’t really know what to do,” Buzzell said.

Other companies: The uncertainty over how long the tariffs will stay is making decisions difficult for other companies that import products from China as well.

“The big question is, nobody knows how long they’ll be in place, so it’s hard making changes,” Austin Ramirez, the CEO of Husco International, said in an interview.

The Wisconsin-based Husco makes hydraulic and electro-mechanical components for cars and uses machines and metal from China.

“This is costing us a fortune,” Ramirez told U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson at a meeting with business leaders in July. Ramirez said the company was incurring about a million dollars a month more in expenses because of the Trump tariffs. Husco International makes roughly a half-billion in total revenue, Ramirez said.

Husco International does about half its business overseas, with plants in Asia and Europe. The company also has about 100 manufacturing jobs in the U.S. for exports to other countries, but retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports means those jobs could move elsewhere, Ramirez said.

“Those jobs are at risk because I can move them to overseas plants that aren’t subject to these tariffs,” Ramirez told Johnson.

At Regal Ware, a company that makes pots, frying pans and cast aluminum cookware, $2 million in profits could vanish if tariffs remain in place this year, said Doug Reigl, a vice president at the Wisconsin-based company.

Reigl said the company will consider moving production overseas “or look for ways to take costs out of operations here in the U.S.” if the tariffs stay.

While layoffs may not be imminent at manufacturing companies, hiring could face a slowdown, said Dr. Joseph Daniels, chairman of the economics department at Marquette University.

“I would say what’s at risk is actually job creation,” Daniels said.

That’s a concern Buzzell shares.

“It’s not going to shut us down,” he said of the tariffs. “But what it does, it theoretically takes away money to invest in long-term projects.”

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Global Stainless Steel Cookware Market 2018 – SEB, ZWILLING, Fissler, WMF, Newell, Cuisinart

In-dept analyzes and forecasts for Stainless Steel Cookware market at the global and regional level. The study includes the forecast based on value (US$ Mn) and volume from 2018 to 2025 and the impact of these drivers and restraints on the demand for Stainless Steel Cookware during the forecast period. This report highlights the global level opportunities in the Stainless Steel Cookware market.

To have a comprehensive view of the global market for Stainless Steel Cookware, this report also includes Value Chain Analysis and The Porter’s Five Forces model. Market size, growth rate, and general attractiveness where the major benchmark which were used as a tool for market attractiveness analysis.

The study provides a decisive view of the global Stainless Steel Cookware by segmenting it in terms of application and end-use industry. These segments have been analyzed based on present and future trends. This report also includes the current and projected demand for Stainless Steel Cookware for building and construction in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East Africa on the basis of Regional segmentation.

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The report provides the estimated market size of Stainless Steel Cookware for 2018 and forecast for the next eight years. The size of the global Stainless Steel Cookware has been provided in terms of revenue and volume. To provide Market numbers, market size and forecastin global and regional market have been estimated based on application and end-uses of the industry.

In order to compile the research report, we conducted in-depth interviews and discussions with a number of key industry participants and opinion leaders. Primary research represents the bulk of research efforts, supplemented by extensive secondary research. We also have included the key players operating in various end-use industries, annual reports, press releases, and relevant documents for competitive analysis and market understanding whereas the secondary research includes a search of recent trade, technical writing, internet sources, and statistical data from government websites, trade associations, and agencies. To understand the business opportunities, this method is considered as the most reliable, effective, and successful approach for obtaining precise market data and capture the insight of the participants’.

This report of Stainless Steel Cookware Market comprise of 15 Chapters, which are as follows:

Chapter 1: An overview and Introduction of the Stainless Steel Cookware Market: Product Scope, Market Overview, Market Opportunities, Market Risk and Market Driving Force.
Chapter 2:The top manufacturers of Stainless Steel Cookware: Its sales and revenue, Price of Stainless Steel Cookware in 2018 and 2023.
Chapter 3: To display the competitive situation: Among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2018;
Chapter 4: To show the world market by regions: Sales and revenue, and market share of Stainless Steel Cookware, for each region, from 2012 to 2023;
Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9: The Analysis of the key regions: with sales and revenue, and market share by key countries in these regions;
Chapter 10 and 11, Shows the market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2018 to 2023;
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Cookware to make a chef jealous

Buying cookware branded by a celebrity won’t make you a better chef or a TV star. But it might be an improvement overcooking on old, warped, and worn out pots and pans. Consumer Reports just tested cookware sets from celebrity names like Rachael Ray and from popular brands like All-Clad, Cuisinart, Le Creuset, and more.

Browning pancakes to check for cooking evenness, simmering sauces, and sautéing potatoes are just a few of the ways Consumer Reports tests to see how well cookware performs.

Consumer Reports looked at several sets from celebrities. They come in a variety of materials, including anodized aluminum, coated cast iron, and stainless.

Testers also looked at nonstick coated pans. The egg-release test checks to see how “nonstick” a pan really is. The eggs should slide off easily without leaving anything behind. In addition, the coated pans are scrubbed with steel wool 2,000 times to see how durable the nonstick coating is.

So which sets did best in Consumer Reports’ tests? Nonstick cookware tends to do really well because it releases food easily and is easy to clean.

Cuisinart’s Green Gourmet Hard Anodized set for $250 seared the nonstick competition and earned top ratings.

But you need more than nonstick pans for a well-rounded cookware collection. There are definitely times you want uncoated cookware like stainless steel or cast iron, especially if you’re searing food. You can’t really get nonstick cookware hot, but you can sear in cast iron and stainless steel.

Cookware sets can be costly. Take, for example, the top-rated uncoated All-Clad cookware set that costs $600. Consumer Reports also tested some fry pans separately and suggests buying pots and pans individually.

Top scores for individual fry pans went to the $115 All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Fry Pan. And for nonstick fry pans, consider Red Copper Nonstick, which is a Best Buy for $20.

Consumer Reports says it’s also important to choose the right cookware for the type of range you have. For smooth top ranges, look for cookware with a disc base—a dead-flat surface fused to the bottom. For gas ranges, skip the disc bases and opt for solid metal with the same thickness throughout.

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Best play kitchens for kids

A creative way to get your children away from the screens, play kitchens create countless hours of fun for your little one. 

Ah the humble play kitchen has come a long way from the two-toned plastic set up of decades past. From designer options with an artful aesthetic, to bright and boisterous versions with dozens of pint sized accessories – it’s never been so fun to play house. But it’s not all just fun and games in the (miniature) kitchen, this type of playtime will also encourage your young ones to use their imagination and creativity by inventing their own roles and stories. This kind of interactive play also helps to build narrative development and social skills as well as with counting and sharing. 

Combining the best of playtime and learning, we’ve gathered the most, chic, educational and silly options any kid would love to whip up their own imaginary meal in.

With features like mini fridges with shelving, facets to turn and little pots and pans to hang, it’s time to get the whole family cooking. Kitchens aside, there is also a whole world of fabricated food to go along with your child’s play kitchen so if you’d rather not have your coasters assigned as pizzas it’s certainly worth the add-on. 

See our favourites.

Terrace Red Apple Wooden Play Kitchen

Bravo for this play kitchen that combines top-notch quality and kid friendly design, that won’t leave you with feelings of desperately wanting to stuff it in a spare room every time someone comes over. You can snap up this beauty on Amazon for a fraction of the retail cost at the moment and we think it would make a fantastic Christmas gift for any tiny chef. Featuring clicking dials, turning taps, sink and microwave there is even a clock with movable hands to help teach your children about time.

The chalkboard can be used for imaginary or real shopping lists – although we’re thinking your kid’s list would be much more amusing when displayed in the home. There is also loads of storage space for cooking accessories, toys and objects probably not meant to be in there at all. Better yet just chick the lot the fridge before guests come over and they will never be the wiser. 

Made from quality timber you can feel this difference in this one immediately – this play kitchen is built to last. Bonus: the kitchen also includes a wooden saucepan, frying pan and four utensils but we think the addition of some play food would make for the ideal playtime. 

£78 | Amazon |  Buy it now

37 Piece Fruit Vegetable Food Cutting Set

The play kitchen’s BFF, no playset is complete without a couple dozen faux food objects for you to trip over in the middle of the night for the next few years. Helping out in the kitchen is always appreciated but when your four year old wants to chop alongside the grownups this 37 piece set will satisfy the urge to touch things they’re not normally meant to. 

£18.99 | Amazon | Buy it now

John Lewis Partners Country Play Wooden Kitchen

Dimensions: H92 x W77 x D36cm

Let your little one cook up an imaginary storm with this play kitchen from John Lewis. Composed of premium materials, the playset has innovative features like the realistic-looking hob and sink as well as a roomy oven and cupboards. Stock the kitchen with the retailer’s range of play foods to further enhance the play experience.

£125 | John Lewis | Buy it now

Peppa Pig Kitchen

Dimensions: H95 x W74 x D33cm

Brace yourself folks, this one plays the theme tune. This play kitchen could possibly be an actual child’s dream come to life. Not only does it play the Peppa Pig theme tune but this play kitchen was actually designed to replicate the one from the show. The kitchen is fitted with a fridge, a flappable hob that can become a toaster, pull out recycle bins and adorable cooking and food accessories. 

£100 | Argos | Buy it now

KidKraft Deluxe Corner Wooden Play Kitchen

Dimensions: H93 x W82 x D82cm

The wooden construction of this KidKraft play kitchen loans a realistic feel and we can’t help but think the vintage colour scheme is wholly sweet.  Let your little chef feel like they are cooking their own meals with this play kitchen that features an oven, hob, sink and fridge with functional doors and oven knobs and taps that click and turn. There is even a pretend cordless phone so they can call you when dinner is ready. 

£199.99 | Argos | Buy it now

Retro Diner Kitchen

Dimensions: H97 x W103 x D36cm

Taking inspiration from a retro American diner, this play kitchen will add a pop of colour to your little one’s play room. Kids love red, we don’t know why but they gravitate towards it like sweets before bed. This kitchen features all the classics including a hob with rings and dials as well as a chalkboard for grocery lists and space for all the cooking essentials. 

£160 | Early Learning Centre | Buy it now

Step2 Grand Luxe Kitchen

Dimensions: H127 x W167 x D35.6cm

Warning: This super luxe kitchen will probably make you want to redesign your own. The faux tiled back splash is a clever and realistic touch but the see-through fridge with a real working light gives this play kitchen an upscale edge. 

The modern design has space for both a chef and sous chef as well as lights and sounds to add that extra bit of realism. This one will no doubt provide countless hours of playtime to the point you might actually have to drag them away to the real kitchen come supper time. 

£350.99 | Argos | Buy it now

deAO Toddler Kitchen Playset

Dimensions: 52cm x72cm x 26cm

Lets be honest, the play kitchen accessories are actually the best part. Where would you be if your fake refrigerator didn’t have a fake fried egg sitting on the shelf as it normally would? Plastic veg aside, this kitted out kitchen set is great value for money. Alongside the playset featuring a hob and dishwasher, the set includes kitchen utensils, plates, pots and pans as well as a range of canned goods.

£32.99 | Amazon | Buy it now

Culinary Play Kitchen – Espresso

Dimensions: H103 x W44 x L106cm

We think this one looks like it was meant for a toddler role playing the bachelor life of Chandler Bing buy hey, some kids like that. This fully interactive designer kitchen is finished in a modern silver and black that feels rather refined compared to the fire engine red of a lot models.

 The set features a refrigerator, freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher with working doors as well as a chalkboard and a cordless phone. The sink is also removable, a worthwhile detail for real world situations where your actual eggs (and car keys) might end up.  

£194.47 | Fun Time | Buy it now

Little Tikes Shop n Learn Smart Checkout

Dimensions: H77.47 x W55.88 x D45.72cm

If you have even been grocery shopping with a three year old you know the beep-beep of a bag of oranges being scanned can be all it takes for the eyes to light up and the hands reaching. Breaking from the traditional kitchen sets in this list, this option recreates a supermarket with an interactive, electronic conveyor belt, cash register, scanner and aisle light. There are also more than 35 unique scannable food and accessories that work with or without the app for endless hours of shoppable fun where you will never have to say no, please put that back ever again. 

£169.97 | George at ASDA | Buy it now

Large Pastel Kitchen

Dimensions: H109.22 x W107.44 x D44.7cm

We are loving this brightly coloured pastel kitchen with blue, yellow and pink features. The set plays host to an opening fridge, freezer, an oven with turning knobs, a see-through microwave and cabinet storage space. The soft but playful colours are a nice meeting point between something a child would adore and a parent wouldn’t mind having on display. 

£155.99 | Wayfair | Buy it now

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