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text 2021-04-12 12:27
Is Stock Kitchen Cabinets a Good Choice

It is always a great idea to consider the pros and cons of a cabinetry option before you transform your kitchen. Kitchen remodeling is an important process to many homeowners who take that chance to revamp their kitchens and bring a new taste to their kitchens. With this in mind, you might have an idea of having a stock kitchen. This idea is great as long as you know the drawbacks associated with it.

Let’s discuss the pros and cons and see how you can make a choice regarding stock kitchen cabinets.

The benefits of a stock kitchen

Readily-available

One of the top benefits of stock kitchen cabinets is that they are readily available. This is because they are produced in mass and you can quickly make an order and get them delivered to your doorstep. This is a benefit because you don’t have to wait for long for your design to be manufactured.

Low cost

If you are looking at the cost of purchase and installation as a key factor, then you are advantaged to have a stock kitchen for the cabinets are fairly priced. The type of wood used, plywood, is of great quality and affordable.

Easy to install

It is very easy to install the cabinets and have an appealing stock kitchen. All you have to do is to follow the simple instructions and you will find it very easy to install them.

A variety of options

In as much as you don’t get to have a customized kitchen, you can enjoy the variety of designs and colors presented. You’ll always find something that fits you well.

Drawbacks of stock kitchen cabinets

No personal touch

Whilst there are various options from which you can choose your cabinets, you still don’t have a chance to influence the final style or design. Therefore, you will not get a personal touch with your kitchen.

Not durable

A majority of stick kitchen cabinets do not last for long. Most of the materials used are not of high quality, justifying the reasonable pricing. Therefore, you shouldn’t invest in a stock kitchen if you are looking for a permanent solution.

Difficult to match with your kitchen

You may be unable to find cabinets that could perfectly match the style of your kitchen. This is because you don’t customize the cabinets based on your kitchen but use the already-present options.  

With these pros and cons, you can decide if you will have a stock kitchen or not.

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review 2021-01-23 20:47
Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness
Shadow of Night - Deborah Harkness
Season two of the tv show started and I knew I had to read Shadow of Night before watching it.
This book is better than the first. The first now feels more like an introduction to me. This one was exciting from beginning to end, and it literally picks up where the first story leaves off.
We learn so much more about Diana. We see what a beautiful relationship her and Matthew have, and how tightly woven their bond really is. You also get a glimpse of things you didn't see coming.
I have to admit, I wonder if the conclusion can keep the momentum going? Oh, I am excited to learn!
I'm not much of a historical fan but this is one series that I can't get enough of!
 
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2021/01/shadow-of-night-by-deborah-harkness-3.html
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review 2020-12-10 06:24
The Bright and Breaking Sea (Captain Kit Brightling, #1
The Bright and Breaking Sea - Chloe Neill

I'm wavering between 3.5 and 4 stars.  This first in a new series reads like it could almost be a middle grade story, except for one romantic scene which I know my niece, at least, would wrinkle her nose at.  It's still a great story, just rather more bright and optimistic than is usually offered to us jaded adults.  It also lacks the snark Neill is generally known for, but then again, her Devil's Isle series wasn't snarky either.  

 

Chloe Neill walks a fine line between imagining a world where women are common in historically male roles, and acknowledging the gender bias that exists in this one.  I'm not convinced she pulled it off; I'd have rather she stick to one truth or the other, but it wasn't problematic and didn't affect my enjoyment of the book.

 

Mostly, it's a new concept, and a new series, so I'd imagine there some growing pains and adjustments ahead, but it was a nice escape and I'm interested in seeing where future books take me and the characters.

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