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Tips for Having a Spacious Kitchen

Every day, nutritious meals are prepared in the kitchen to nourish the body. In order for a cook to prepare a meal, it would be ideal to have a space that is not crammed or congested with utensils. A small and crowded kitchen has fewer space for storage and movement. Unfortunately, not everyone has the luxury of designing a big and luxurious kitchen. However, you can follow a few simple steps to make your kitchen appear smaller and less crowded. Here Are Some Easy Steps to Make Your Kitchen Area Feel More Spacious Let the sun in – Sunlight happens to be the primary source of energy, which is utilised by plants to produce food. It is also required for productivity and energy flow in the ecosystem. One should throw open the windows in order for the outside world to feel like an extension of the kitchen. It further makes the kitchen look more open and airier. Bigger windows and reflective lights also make your kitchen look glossier and bigger. Paint the walls with lighter tones and colours - Colour, lighting, and contents determine how spacious a room appears. For most people, doing away with appliances and utensils is not an option, so they need a simple fix to improve the crowded appearance. Therefore, one effective way to make the kitchen appear larger is to add lighter tones and colours. Set up LED lights - Currently, most modular kitchens are ditching big bulbs in favour of LED lights. The LED bulbs are more efficient and emit less heat. They can fit into any kitchen space and with their lighting, make any kitchen look more attractive. Second Homes and Kitchens
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How Goa's Holiday Homes Have Survived the Pandemic

Having a second home means different things to different people, perhaps even more so in Goa. For many, the sunshine state with its endless beaches, resorts, and beachside shacks is perfect place to relax and unwind. It is known for its endless parties and majestic music festivals. It is also known as the place where one goes to find themselves. Goa has always been a sacred haven for people not just from India but all across the world. It is where people like to escapes when the city life gets too overwhelming. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, various sectors of the global economy experienced a shift. As in other countries, Indian macro indicators, that were once deemed the fastest, also succumbed to the deluge of aftermath caused by the pandemic. Not even the most vibrant sector, real estate, was spared. However, there is one segment within the real estate sector, 'holiday homes,' that remains defiant despite these ruthless attacks. After the COVID-19 crisis, the market is buzzing with activity as people adjust to the new normal. Always a well-favoured tourist destination, Goa, has been a sweet spot for the holiday homes or second homes for working individuals looking for better rental yields since time immemorial. These second homes can also provide for luxury living for the tourists which is usually craved by high net-worth individuals. Moreover, according to industry experts, with 'work from home' gaining popularity, many people are seriously considering moving away from crowded cities to the arms of the nature and finding their comfort spot in the luxurious holiday homes.
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