Month: April 2020

Ed Racicot Art Sinks | Small Bathroom Sinks | Hand Painted Sinks | Old Fashioned Bathroom Sinks | Handmade Vessel Sinks | Tiny House Sinks | Custom Bathroom Sinks



At E.C. Racicot Art Sinks, we create beautiful, functional art for your bath. We create handmade stoneware pottery bowl sinks as well as drop in sinks (self rimming sinks) and under-mount basins. These one of a kind pottery art sinks are created using time-honored methods of craftsmanship: see our About Us section for a more in-depth description of our craft. 

Artist, E. C. Racicot’s sink styles range from Old World – Rustic, Craftsman style basins, to Italian influenced modern bowl sinks, with several styles to choose from. Depending on your need, these pottery sinks can range from very small sinks (perfect for the tiny house) to quite large and dramatic bowl sinks. We also make our custom made stoneware pottery sinks, right here in the USA. More specifically in Asheville, NC, the greater Western North Carolina area in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Think Kitchen Bathroom & Bedroom

Everyone can plan a room, but it is our passion for kitchen, bathroom and bedroom design that makes all the difference.

Think Kitchen and Bathroom Ltd is a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom design company based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire supplying beautiful fitted bedrooms, fitted bathrooms and fitted kitchens in Thirsk, Richmond, Bedale, Stokesley and the surrounding areas of Durham and Teesside.

The purchase of your dream bedroom, luxurious bathroom or stylish kitchen is one of the biggest purchases you shall ever make. You want professional help with the design and a colour scheme that you just love. You want the process to be convenient and above all for it to be as stress free as possible. Our designers and the design studio are here to fulfil those requirements.

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The Think Kitchen and Bathroom Ltd Design Studio offers clients unrivalled design facilities. It is not only the convenience of The Design

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Design your dream kitchen without leaving the

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WestpointeEdmonton Beautiful matching elements without being ‘matchy’! Great inspiration for any home.
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Magnet Kitchens Create your dream home, from home🏠❤️
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Tina – Modern Homes Leamington If you’re currently self-isolating, social distancing, or simply have no desire to take

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Olga’s Kitchen celebrating International Women’s Day with free Snackers

Olga’s Kitchen celebrating International Women’s Day with free Snackers

Posted at 6:19 AM, Mar 07, 2020

and last updated 2020-03-07 11:46:41-05

SOUTHFIELD, MICH (WXYZ) — Olga’s Kitchen is celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8 with free Olga’s Snackers for women throughout the day.

Across its 25 locations throughout the state, women will be offered a free side of Olga’s Snackers with any purchase. This day is particularly special for the brand as Olga’s Kitchen is most notably known for its founder’s innovative restaurant concept, which offers three generations of guests signature menu items, including Olga Bread and The Original Olga.

In her journey to starting Olga’s Kitchen, Loizon became the first woman to receive a business loan from her local bank, as well as was among one of the first female in metro Detroit

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Virtual garden tours: Top ten

We’ve rounded up our top 10 virtual garden tours that you can take part in right now. You don’t have to worry about how you’ll journey to each garden – instead, have a nose around stunning plots from Scotland to Kent from the comfort of your own sofa.

Virtual garden tours around UK gardens

1. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RGBE)

Spring looks good on Edinburgh Botanic, as can be seen in two spring 2020 videos shot here by horticultarlist Kirsty Wilson. Take in beautiful carpets of crocus and daffodils as well as the bright blooms of forsythia, cherry blossom and magnolia up above. To watch more videos of RGBE’s four Scottish gardens, visit vimeo.com.

2. Arundel Castle

This is only a ‘teaser’ video from the team at Arundel Castle to show us the glorious grounds during its biggest annual tulip festival to date. If this is a teaser, we

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DIY Home Improvement Projects To Try While You’re Stuck At Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant all of us are spending more time at home. Even when social distancing restrictions lift, it’s clearly going to be a different summer than most of us were probably anticipating at the beginning of the year. So why not take this opportunity to improve your surroundings with some DIY projects? Even if you’ve never attempted a DIY home improvement project before, know it doesn’t need to take advanced skills or lots experience to make a major design impact. It’s also something the whole family can help with. Here are the best DIY projects for every level.

Swap Out Hardware

Anyone who can use a screwdriver can makeover a room simply by changing the pulls and knobs on drawers and cabinets. This is one of the few projects that requires zero skills. A true

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There’s a Ghost in Jennifer Coolidge’s Bathroom

Jennifer Coolidge

Jennifer Coolidge
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“This is my impression of that actress from Legally Blonde,” a random TikToker essentially shouted at me a few days ago through my phone screen before diving into an impression that did Paulette Bonafonté absolutely no justice whatsoever. I am slightly ashamed, but not too proud to admit, that I have spent some time scrolling through TikTok in recent weeks, however, this was the thing that finally forced me to close the app and turn off my phone. Lackluster impression aside, the true crime here was referring to Jennifer Coolidge as “that actress from Legally Blonde.” Let’s get one thing straight, Jennifer Coolidge is a gift to us all, and I don’t care what generation you happen to be a part of, you will put some respect on her name!

I could spend some time here writing out a retrospective of Coolidge’s many

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Bathroom Breaks & Decreased Productivity #HoldItIn2WinAPrize

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Employers have fairly wide discretion in terms of developing work rules designed to increase productivity and decrease time spent “slacking off.” But, if you believe the reports, one Chicago-based company may have gone too far.

Apparently, WaterSaver Faucet Company has been experiencing a decrease in employee productivity. The perceived root of the problem? Excessive bathroom breaks. So, what did the company do about the problem? It reportedly implemented a policy declaring excessive 60 minutes or more of bathroom time over 10 working days. Essentially, a 6 minutes per day rule.

To track bathroom usage, the company reportedly installed a tracking system that requires employees to swipe ID cards to access the bathroom.

It probably wouldn’t surprise you to learn that WaterSaver Faucet Company is unionized. Company employees have filed a charge with the NLRB concerning the company’s bathroom usage policy, alleging that union employees

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How to Master Some Home Improvement Skills During Quarantine Time

Most of us are spending a lot more time at home these days—most of our time, in fact. Maybe we’re watching way too many home improvement shows (no judgment here!). But inevitably, we’re looking around our homes and thinking things could use a bit of sprucing up.

“People don’t have to do it; they want to do it,” says Dennis Gehman, owner of Gehman Design Remodeling in Harleysville, PA, and national treasurer of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. “They’ve become tired of their bathroom or kitchen or whatever room. Most of the time, things aren’t broken; they just want a new look.”

And between the need to keep a distance from others and the general economic uncertainty, it makes sense to save some dough by tackling these projects on our own. But beware—everyone needs some professional guidance.

Fortunately, as with work meetings, fitness classes, and even

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