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Houzer Offers Stainless Steel and Granite Sinks for Bathrooms and Kitchens

Situated in New Jersey, HOUZER is a reputable company known for its high-end provisions in the sink industry. Seeking to meet the diverse needs of their clientele, the company offers a broad range of items which include top mount kitchen sinks.

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Hamilton, NJ — (SBWIRE) — 11/12/2018 — Hamilton, NJ – November 10, 2018 – Situated in New Jersey, HOUZER is a reputable company known for its high-end provisions in the sink industry. Seeking to meet the diverse needs of their clientele, the company offers a broad range of items which include top mount kitchen sinks, lavatory bowl, porcelain enamel, apron front farmhouse sinks, zero radius stainless steel, undermount stainless, custom sink accessories and much more. All their items have been realized through the use of high-quality materials which has resulted in high performance and great value for money. Additionally, the firm carries three decades of industry experience making them the right company for clients looking to have all their sink needs met under one roof.

Talking about the modern needs of consumers, the Product Manager said, “The sink industry has undergone a major evolution from the traditional type of sinks to more artistic, contemporary and stylish-type of sinks. These advancements had to happen as a result of the ever-changing needs of consumers who are after luxury and elegance in their homes, particularly in kitchens and bathrooms. At HOUZER, we understand the importance of having a unique kitchen/bathroom, and that’s why we follow an unchartered path when it comes to providing you with sinks. We’ve stocked a huge inventory of sinks that will see you achieve the elegance you’ve always wanted in your space. Whether it’s a mix of classic and contemporary or simply modern sinks, we’ve got you covered in the best way possible.”

HOUZER has over the years of its operations proved to be a trusted partner for clients looking to purchase bathroom sinks. The company has been able to earn this status as a result of their extensive collection of bathroom sinks that describe what a modern bathroom is all about. Their bathroom sinks have been designed from a variety of materials and come featuring unique styles that will bring out brilliance in any bathroom. They work alongside clients to provide customized solutions for their bathroom requirements and can be relied upon to offer excellent deals.

Speaking further about their sinks, the Product Manager said, “The provision of drop in stainless steel sinks has always been one of our specializations and an area that we’ve been able to make great achievements in. To date, we provide a variety of sinks in this category that offer great durability, high performance, and easy maintenance features. Furthermore, sinks in this class offer aesthetic features that will live any kitchen looking its best. Other accessories available include cutting boards, soap and lotion dispenser, and bottom grid BG-3600 among others. Coupled with excellent customer care services, you can be sure to have a great shopping experience when you seek our solutions.”

Clients can also buy granite sink when they choose HOUZER as their sink supplier. Their on-trend classic granite sinks feature sustainability improved properties as well as unmatched workmanship and material properties. Among the items found in this category include top mount single bowl G-100, undermount 50/50 double bowl M-200u, top mount 60/40 double bowl M-175, bar/prep sink E-100 and so on. Clients can browse their website for more details on the same.

About HOUZER
HOUZER is helping individuals in New Jersey and beyond achieve unique kitchen and bathroom spaces through their range of sink solutions. They offer excellent customer service and guarantee unmatched deals on their products.

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Save up to 75% on furniture and decor at Wayfair — and more of today’s best deals from around the web

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.

Since you don’t have all day to scour the web for noteworthy sales and discounts, we rounded up the best bargains for you to shop in one convenient place.


Wayfair

1. Wayfair’s Clearance items are up to 75% off

Wayfair is a treasure trove of affordable and unique home decor. Right now, you can save up to 70% on thousands of items by shopping its outlet sale. You can save on everything from furniture to bedding, to lighting, so chances are you’ll definitely find a way to save on the home upgrade you’ve been thinking about. If you’ve never shopped at the store before, don’t worry, we have some suggestions to help you get started.


Shop Wayfair’s outlet sale here.

Williams Sonoma

2. Save 20% on cooking goods at Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma carries all the tools a home chef needs to create a professional kitchen in their house. From now until November 14, the store is having a “friends and family sale,” which offers a 20% discount nearly site-wide. You also get free expedited shipping. Just use the promo code “FRIENDS” at checkout. While you can save on just about anything, we recommend Silpat’s muffin pan, which is a Williams Sonoma exclusive. We tried the pan recently and were blown away by how easy it was to make perfect muffins every time.

Shop Williams Sonoma’s friends and family sale here.

Bonobos

3. Save up to 30% on final sale items at Bonobos

Bonobos makes some of our favorite dress pants, and right now you can save up to 30% on everything in its final sale section by using the offer code “SUPERSALE” at checkout. The section is full of everything from full suits to swim trunks, but we’re highlighting the company’s “weekend warrior” pants, which made our list of the best dress pants you can get under $150. Originally $98, you can get a pair for under $48 right now.

Check out Bonobos’ final sale section to save here.

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4. Save 15% when you buy two or more pairs at MeUndies

MeUndies is responsible for some of the most comfortable underwear we’ve ever tried, and right now you can save 15% when you buy two or more pairs and use the offer code “UNDIES15” at checkout. The startup has multiple styles of underwear for both men and women, and over a dozen prints to choose from, so you’re set whether you want something classic or adventurous. An important thing to note is that this deal isn’t available to MeUndies subscribers, who get a 15% discount on all of their orders already. This offer ends today.


Shop all of MeUndies styles here.

Macy’s

5. Save up to 70% on over 54,000 items at Macy’s Thanksgiving sale

Macy’s carries everything from clothes to kitchen accessories, and you can save on over 54,000 items until November 14 thanks to its Thanksgiving sale. No promo code is required to take advantage of the deal. While there are tens of thousands of great deals to enjoy, this $190 discount on Tag’s four-piece luggage set is one of the best. For $79.99, you get a checked bag, carry on, travel tote, and dopp kit, which is everything you’ll need to travel during the holiday season.

Shop Macy’s Thanksgiving sale here.

Facebook

6. Save 20% on Staub’s cast iron cookware at Bed, Bath, and Beyond

Staub’s French-made cast iron cookware is legendary for its iconic look, longevity, and even heat distribution. Right now, you can save 20% on all of Staub’s cookware at Bed, Bath, and Beyond until November 13. No promo code is required. The festive coquette above is shaped like a pumpkin and oven-safe up to 500 degrees. It’s just the thing to bring a little bit of fall to your table this Thanksgiving.

Shop Bed, Bath, and Beyond’s Staub sale here.

Amazon

7. You can save 30% off Anker’s car chargers at Amazon

Anker makes the best charging accessories I’ve ever tested, and many of its best car chargers are 30% off thanks to an Amazon deal of the day. This sale covers everything from chargers to cables, but the standout deal is a $28 discount on the Roav Viva, a car charger with two USB ports and Amazon’s Alexa built inside. I tested the Viva for myself a few months ago, and it hasn’t left my car since.

Shop Anker’s car accessories sale.

Sapira

8. Sapira’s mattresses are $225 off and come with a free pillow

Several mattress startups have popped up recently, but after testing a lot of them, our reviewer decided that Sapira’s was the best of the bunch. It starts at $995 for a twin, which is more than most of its competition, because it uses a combination of memory foam and inner springs to provide the perfect level of support. Right now, you can save $225 on any Sapira mattress and get a free Leesa pillow (regularly $75) thanks to a pre-Black Friday sale. But don’t delay, the sale ends tonight.

Shop Sapira’s Mattresses here.

West Elm

9. Save up to 40% on couches and sectionals at West Elm

West Elm has impressed us with its well-made furniture and bedding, and right now, you can save up to 40% on its sofas, sectionals, and chairs. The sale includes in-stock and made-to-order selections, and most items come with free “white glove service,” which includes bringing the furniture into your home and assembling it for you. This deal ends tonight, so if you’ve been looking to upgrade from the couch you’ve used since college, now’s your chance.

Shop West Elm’s sale here.

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This 13-piece stainless steel cookware set is 75% off at Macy’s, dropping it to under $30

The kitchen is easily one of the most expensive rooms to stock: With appliances, plus dinnerware, plus cookware, and then, you know, actual groceries on top of that, you might find yourself resorting to sticky hand-me-down pots and pans from yard sales with questionable crust dried on them. 

Wannabe foodies, get psyched: Macy’s has slashed the price of this well-reviewed 13-piece set by 75% — taking it from $119.99 to an unbelievable $29.99. Dude.

This set by Tools of the Trade includes 13 of the most-used pots, pans, lids, and utensils, all in stunning stainless steel: A 1.5-qt. saucepan with lid, a 2.5-qt. saucepan with lid, a 5-qt. stockpot with lid, a 9.5-inch sauté pan with lid, an 8-inch fry pan, a flower steamer, a large spoon, a slotted spatula, and a pasta server. 

Is it the set that’s going to be used in the fanciest five-star restaurants? Probably not — but it’s essentially ensuring that you’re never screwed in the middle of a recipe, and for a starter set, $30 has never stretched so far. Considering that the set has a slightly-higher-than four out of five star rating with nearly 1,000 reviews, it’s safe to assume that it’s more than good enough.

And with the holidays creeping up eerily fast, here’s an idea: Balling on a budget doesn’t have to mean that your gifts have to suck. If you’re gifting to any new couples, someone who just moved, or anyone who has complained about their current cooking situation, this $30 set could give their kitchen a priceless upgrade.

Regularly $119.99, you can save $90 and get the set for just $29.99, plus free shipping. The deal ends on Nov. 14, so be quick.


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Get a Handle On Your Pots and Pans – The New York Times

First, it came for eyeglasses. And then it came for makeup. It came for mattresses, and razors and erectile dysfunction pills. And now, finally, the Great Disruption has come for your cookware.

Up until a few years ago, consumers faced a dizzying array of pots and pans on trips to department stores or online: cast iron skillets in a multitude of sizes, nonstick fry pans with lids and without, triply sauté pans with different metallic exteriors, and stainless steel pots of varying volumes.

But with the emergence of several direct-to-consumer kitchenware companies, buyers can now eschew choice for curated, pared-down sets — just the essentials.

Great Jones, for example, which was started by Sierra Tishgart, 28, a former writer for New York magazine, and Maddy Moelis, 28, offers only five pieces: an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, a ceramic nonstick pan, a stockpot, a frying pan and a sauce pot. The Dutch oven, which they refer to as The Dutchess, costs $145 and comes in five millennial-matte colors (Blueberry, Broccoli, Earl Grey, Mustard and Macaron). The full set is $395.

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Paradise Grills Teams Up With Edgewood Children’s Ranch to Raise Money and Awareness With Major Round-Up …

Paradise Grills Direct Edgewood Ranch

Paradise Grills Direct is a proud supporter of a number of organizations dedicated to helping and improving the community in which we live.

Paradise Grills is pleased to announce their support of Edgewood Children’s Ranch of Orlando at their annual charity auction. Paradise Grills will be donating one of their signature premier grilling systems which will be auctioned off at this year’s County Round-Up Dinner and Auction event to raise money in support of this great organization.

Edgewood Ranch’s 36th Annual Country Round-Up Dinner and Auction will be held at The Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida on November 14th at 6:00 PM in the Osceola Ballroom. There will be a reception, silent auction, and dinner, followed by a live auction. Western attire is encouraged (and fun to wear). There will be many exciting items up for auction and waiting for your winning bid, including a new GX4 grilling system from Paradise Grills.

The GX4 is just one of the many top-of-the-line outdoor kitchens and grills that Paradise Grills offers. All of Paradise Grills outdoor kitchens are fabricated and manufactured by Paradise Grilling Systems in Orlando, Florida. Paradise Grilling Systems is presently America’s largest outdoor kitchen manufacturer with a state-of-the-art 110,000 square-foot factory. A leader in the manufacture of grills, fire pits, fireplaces, tiki huts and outdoor kitchens nationwide, Paradise Grills has become the place to turn when you’re looking for the ultimate outdoor entertaining setup. Rugged welded steel frames, LED lighting kits, a unique plug-n-play electrical system, and a fun and sturdy tiki hut option have made Paradise America’s choice for outdoor entertaining. Known for their quality craftsmanship, Paradise Grills specializes in creating a fun outdoor living space for entertaining friends and family.

Whether you’re looking for a quality standalone grill or an entire outdoor kitchen set-up with a sink, fridge, sound system, grill, or bar system, Paradise has the styles that will make your backyard the coolest on the block. Paradise Grills also has many accessories to further customize your outdoor kitchen including side burners, rotisseries, infrared sear stations, and wood-chip/charcoal smoker boxes for the most delicious meals your guests will ever have.

Paradise Grills stands behind every unit, offering the best warranties in the industry. They manufacture thousands of grills and kitchens every year for customers all over the country, giving them the ability to provide the highest quality outdoor kitchen and grilling systems at the fairest price possible.

Paradise Grills feels a deep sense of gratitude and wants to help such an inspirational cause. Edgewood Children’s Ranch was created in 1966 as a way to help boys who were having problems in life due to a difficult home life to get their lives on track. The facility eventually invited girls to participate and now provides a safe home and learning environment for up to 71 boys and girls ages 7-17 at any given time. It is a residential program that not only helps children improve their lives but it also asks that the families of the children participate in a program that helps them grow as parents and understand how to help their children thrive.

Edgewood is a faith-based program that uses love and prayer to lift children up to a better outlook on life. It is not a lock-up program; children attend the program voluntarily and quickly become part of the Edgewood family.

The wonderful work done at Edgewood Children’s Ranch is made possible by the generosity of others. Applicants to the program are accepted on the basis of need, not the ability to pay. Families pay what they are able and the rest is made up of donations and fundraisers like the yearly auction.

Paradise Grills encourages you to support the Edgewood Children’s Ranch by getting involved. Reserve a table or a seat or simply donate and help Edgewood continue the inspirational work it does making a positive difference in the lives of children who need their help. Call (407)578-0506, email events(at)edgewoodranch(dot)com or go to http://www.edgewoodranch.com to find out how you can also be a part of the success of this organization.

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White dinnerware preferred

It’s entertaining season, and maybe you’re hosting Thanksgiving for the first time. Or maybe you’re getting married and merging households. Whether planning a dinner or planning for the future, you’re going to need dinnerware. And experts agree: Choose white.

Interior designers, cookbook authors, food stylists and home design bloggers choose white dishes because of their timelessness and versatility. “White is the perfect option because it always looks fresh, and it’s so easy to add to or update, or keep it fancy or make it everyday, because you can go every direction and it’s never off-putting to anyone,” says Michel Smith Boyd, an interior designer in Atlanta and one of this year’s style spotters for High Point Market, a home furnishings and design event. “You can add personality with bread plates, glasses, a charger. If you have a basic set of white, it will take you so far.”

Just as there are many shades of white, there are also many different types of white dinnerware, so we asked tastemakers for their advice and recommendations.

“I’m obsessed,” says Boyd about Crate Barrel’s stackable porcelain Loganbowls ($44.95 for eight, crateandbarrel.com). “What I look for more than anything for daily use is something sturdy that will mix with what I already own. These bowls stack, with an almost-three-inch rim… They’re kind of contemporary.”

Pieces of the Logan collection are sold individually or in sets of eight (eight dinner plates, for example), and eight four-piece place settings would run $179.80. To set a trendy table this season, Boyd says to think about white dinnerware mixed with two other elements: Muted neutral pottery and wooden serving spoons or, if you lean modern, black cloth napkins and accent dishes in a primary color.

Nik Sharma, food blogger, food columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and author of the cookbook Season: Big Flavors, Beautiful Food, loves color in his food, not in his dinnerware. “I like color, especially in vegetables and salads. Sometimes ingredients like balsamic vinegar are so dark, and then when you put them on a dark plate, you can’t see them. I like to see them,” he says. He likes a warmer white for entertaining, and uses the stoneware textured dinnerware set from West Elm often ($129 for four place settings of dinner plates, salad plates, bowls and mugs, westelm.com). Each type of dish from the set is also sold in sets of four; dip bowls are also available.

To Myquillyn Smith, advocate for “cozy minimalism,” white is the obvious choice for dishware. It can be dressed down for everyday use and dressed up for dinner parties, just like a great pair of jeans. “I want a simplified collection of dishes that stack easily, look great together and take a beating from our family,” she says, recommending the Avesta stoneware from Project 62 ($19.99 for four three-piece place settings of dinner plates, salad plates and bowls, target.com). As the North Carolina blogger writes in her new book, “Cozy Minimalist Home: More Style, Less Stuff,” “the home exists to serve the people and not the other way around.”

Apilco’s Tuileries dishes will “last a lifetime,” says Katie Jacobs, an entertaining expert from Nashville, Tenn., and author of So Much to Celebrate: Entertaining the Ones You Love the Whole Year. “They’ll never scratch. They’re restaurant-grade.” ($383.80 for four place settings of dinner plates, salad plates, soup plates, cups and saucers, williams-sonoma.com). For holidays, she’d pair them with a paper tablecloth, a big bowl of Christmas ornaments and a handmade place card, “an additional touch that makes your guest feel special.” Some pieces are also sold individually and in sets of four.

Newlyweds Elyse Maguire and her husband had a shortlist when they registered for china: It must be dishwasher-safe, slightly edgy and fancy enough for dinner parties. Together, they agreed on Spin Ceramics’ reinforced white bone china in the Free Loop pattern ($135 for one dinner plate, one salad plate, one soup bowl, one cup and one saucer). “They are very simple but have an organic, asymmetrical design,” says the Parsons School of Design graduate and textile designer who founded a knitwear company on Cape Cod. “They make an elegant place setting for dinner parties but they’re still practical enough to use every day.”

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Get a Handle On Your Pots and Pans

First, it came for eyeglasses. And then it came for makeup. It came for mattresses, and razors and erectile dysfunction pills. And now, finally, the Great Disruption has come for your cookware.

Up until a few years ago, consumers faced a dizzying array of pots and pans on trips to department stores or online: cast iron skillets in a multitude of sizes, nonstick fry pans with lids and without, triply sauté pans with different metallic exteriors, and stainless steel pots of varying volumes.

But with the emergence of several direct-to-consumer kitchenware companies, buyers can now eschew choice for curated, pared-down sets — just the essentials.

Great Jones, for example, which was started by Sierra Tishgart, 28, a former writer for New York magazine, and Maddy Moelis, 28, offers only five pieces: an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, a ceramic nonstick pan, a stockpot, a frying pan and a sauce pot. The Dutch oven, which they refer to as The Dutchess, costs $145 and comes in five millennial-matte colors (Blueberry, Broccoli, Earl Grey, Mustard and Macaron). The full set is $395.

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