One cheap tip we can take away from this is to get rid of those curtains in your kitchen if it’s in an area that get a lot of sunlight. Why waste money on electricity when you can get natural light that’s brighter, more peaceful, and makes spending time in the kitchen a delight?
Another one of Donald Trump’s many kitchens – this one from his Maison l’Amitie house – shares many of the same design features as his kitchen in Rancho Palos Verdes, like expansive countertops and a sleek design that combines traditional and modern styles.
Barack Obama counts as a celebrity, right? He’s no Snooki of Jersey Shore fame, but he is the Commander-in-Chief, which means he dines in one of the most famous kitchens of all time, the White House kitchen.
The White House kitchen is staffed with five full-time chefs who can serve as many as 140 dinner guests and use fruits and vegetables from the new White House garden promoted by Michelle Obama as a way to inspire people to eat local and organic. In this case, our favorite thing about the kitchen is the ingredients – any chef will tell you the secret to creating first-rate cuisine is high-quality fresh ingredients. Every Tuesday and Thursday, the White House invites grade school and high school students for tours of the White House garden on a first come first serve basis. The garden includes kale, savoy cabbage, spinach, blueberries, raspberries, and much more.
But the White House kitchen wasn’t always the clean and well-maintained kitchen it is today. In the 19th century, the White House suffered from rat infestations, plumbing problems, worn-out furniture, and mold, and even burned down in 1812 at the hands of British forces.