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There’s a temperature check at the door, involving a fancy device that requires looking into a mirror. (Don’t worry, your image isn’t recorded.) Tables are set with hand sanitizer, and utensils aren’t doled out until you’re seated, and then in thick cloth bundles secured with twine and a verse from Jalaluddin Rumi, the 13th-century Persian poet and mystic. “When you lose all sense of self,” read my tag, “the bonds of a thousand chains will vanish.” When Georgia initially lifted restrictions on dining in April, Mesghali was among the 120 Georgia restaurateurs who pledged not to open right away.

Curious thing: More tables are occupied than you might expect, especially for early in the week and in Phase 2 in the District. As is made clear when you scan the dining room, however, most of the figures aren’t breathing. Mannequins — as trendy as drive-ins and pool rentals during the

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Cameron Diaz is notoriously private about her personal life so when she shared a video inside her stunning family home her fans went wild.

The star, 48, filmed a little cooking segment for her Instagram and in the process gave her followers a look at her sleek kitchen.

Cameron – who shares her home in Los Angeles with her baby daughter, Raddix, and her husband, Benji Madden, 41 – was sipping a glass of wine and preparing a cucumber salad in the video. 

MORE: Cameron Diaz opens up about being a mum to baby daughter Raddix

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WATCH: Cameron Diaz gives fans a glimpse inside her kitchen and you won’t believe how tidy it is

Despite

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Way Day 2020 is almost over—but you still have time to save on this top-rated cookware. (Photo: Wayfair / Green_Flame, Getty Images/iStockphoto)

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When a sale as epic as Way Day 2020—a.k.a. Wayfair’s biggest savings event of the year—comes around, it practically begs that you take a step back and reconsider some of your home selections. From outdoor furniture to living room seating and more, the deals here are absolutely bonkers—especially in the kitchen department. 

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Take for instance, this 4.8-star rated Henckels Modernist 13-piece knife block set, which was originally $500 but drops to $149.99 here ($10 less than you’ll find it going for anywhere else) for a whopping $350.01 in savings. While

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This kitchen, designed by Melanie John of Cube Dentro for first-home owners moving into a new house, received the NKBA Kitchen Distinction Award for a kitchen under $25,000.

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This kitchen, designed by Melanie John of Cube Dentro for first-home owners moving into a new house, received the NKBA Kitchen Distinction Award for a kitchen under $25,000.

The owners of this new house in Glenbrook, Auckland lived in a caravan for two years to save enough money for their first home.

And of course there was a tight budget when it came to the kitchen design, says Melanie John of Cube Dentro in Takanini. “Their budget was around $20,000, but the kitchen came in closer to $22,000. But they were very happy with it.”

And John was happy also to see her project win the NKBA Kitchen Distinction Award 2020 for a kitchen under $25,000.

Melanie John says she "future proofed" the house, providing more storage than the first-homeowners' current requirements.

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Melanie John says she “future proofed” the house, providing more storage than the first-homeowners’ current requirements.

“In a simple kitchen, details matter,” the judges said. “This kitchen is the perfect example of

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If you do any baking at all, you’ve probably learned about the importance of carefully measuring your ingredients. A carelessly measured cup of flour that’s packed down or heaped up can sabotage the hours of effort you just expended in the kitchen. Need a refresher on measuring flour? See our test kitchen team’s go-to “scoop and level” (otherwise known as “spoon and sweep”) method.

But there’s one problem with this method: If you’ve ever looked at recipes written by professional pastry chefs—or if you’ve ever tried to bake from a cookbook from just about any country other than the U.S.— you’ve probably noticed that many of them measure their ingredients by weight rather than volume. This is inconvenient for most American home cooks who are used to their trusty measuring cups and likely don’t own a scale. But once you get

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You might not expect a house brimming with woodland-inspired whimsy to be located just outside of the Virginia headquarters of the CIA. You also might not expect such a playful home to be owned by two lawyers. But Atlanta, Georgia-based interior designer Gina Sims created just that with her client’s McLean, Virginia home, which is charmingly dubbed the House of Whimsy.



a dining room table in front of a window: The House of Whimsy is adorned with color, quirky patterns and enchanting furniture.


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The House of Whimsy is adorned with color, quirky patterns and enchanting furniture.

The whimsy—evident in everything from the formal living room’s cockatoo chairs to the crocodile print tile in the kitchen—was an aesthetic specifically requested by Sims’s clients.

“I think everything that they saw there was kind of buttoned up, way more traditional,” says Sims of the hoemowners, who previously lived in a townhouse. “Really simple, very stately, which is beautiful and wonderful. But it just wasn’t them, which is interesting because they’re attorneys, so

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Take Advantage of Fun Technology

Kitchen appliances can prompt a party state of mind just as easily as a cheese board and a favorite playlist. The new Roma Groove Wall by Zephyr is a kitchen ventilation hood with built-in Bluetooth® speakers that streams music from any Bluetooth®-compatible device. It offers functionality such as playing/pausing music, skipping tracks, or changing the volume directly from the hood itself using the built-in Bluetooth® controls. With its quality sound, powerful performance, and striking contemporary design, Roma Groove turns the kitchen into the ultimate listening lounge.

Embrace a Convivial Layout

Opening the kitchen to adjoining spaces and opting for a kitchen island helps spark connection. An island range hood, such as the Lift Downdraft by Zephyr, is a space-efficient solution that rises to the occasion with a touch of a button. It discreetly hides behind the cooktop, range top, or range and once powered

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a kitchen filled with furniture and a large window: Star chef and longtime ELLE Decor contributor Daniel Boulud has renovated his country kitchen in Westchester County, New York. It's now the ultimate work space.


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Star chef and longtime ELLE Decor contributor Daniel Boulud has renovated his country kitchen in Westchester County, New York. It’s now the ultimate work space.

My wife, Katherine, and I fell in love with our Bedford, New York, home in spite of, not because of, the kitchen it came with. It was a galley affair, maybe six feet wide—the sort of space where a cook felt exiled. I don’t like to have walls separating me from my family or my guests when I cook, so I knocked them down and created a new, open space, absorbing what used to be a small dining room, a den, and a covered terrace that still has its curtain of wisteria. Our new kitchen is at least three times the size it was before, airy, and full of light.



a kitchen with a stove top oven: Chef Daniel Boulud preps a meal for his family in a Prada sweater, jeans, and loafers.


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Chef Daniel Boulud preps a meal for his family

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Jordan Rodgers standing in a kitchen: Danielle Sabol


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One Bachelor Nation couple is one step closer to saying “I Do.”

Although the coronavirus pandemic forced Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher to postpone their summer wedding, the famous pair is ready to plan their dream day once again.

This time, however, they are partnering up with The Knot specifically for their wedding registry.

“As soon-to-be newlyweds, we of course want some great products to continue making our house in Dallas a home,” the couple exclusively shared with E! News. “We were able to not only add home and kitchen staples that we found in The Knot Registry Store, but also have our guests contribute cash to experiences we

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