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What’s in a hood? A stimulus package valued at $4,400.00

If you were in the market to redo your kitchen but afraid you would have to curb your budget due to the economic uncertainty, well here is your chance to get the beautiful custom hood you wanted at an amazing savings, plus free design services to put the look all together. Act now or you may miss your chance to win a $3200 gift certificate from Metallo Arts and 10 hours of design time from Paul Anater.

$3200 gift certificate from Metallo Arts Contact: Paul Anater

plus 10 hours of design time from Paul 727-204-8928

Anater equals a real stimulus package.


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Kitchen and Residential Design, St. Petersburg, FL-based kitchen designer Paul Anater’s daily design blog; and Metallo Arts, the York, PA-based manufacturer of exquisite custom range hoods and metal counters, have teamed up to do a little market stimulating of their own.

Beginning on Friday, March 13th 2009 kitchen design fans are encouraged to direct their browsers to the landing page of Paul Anater’s daily design blog, Kitchen and Residential Design. Once there, they can enter for a chance to win a $3200 gift certificate from Metallo Arts and 10 hours of design time from Paul Anater.

Entrants must submit via e-mail their names, contact information and a short essay in which they’ll describe their fantasy kitchen. “I want people to imagine what’s possible and $3200 from Metallo Arts and $1200 worth of my time is a great place to start,” says Paul. The winning entry will be selected on April 3rd at 5pm EST and the winner will be contacted immediately.

Metallo Arts is the collaboration of entrepreneur Sheldon Gruber and fine artist Christopher Plummer. Successful businessmen in their own rights, they combine years of business experience with an artistic approach to range hood design to offer a product unlike any other. Metallo Arts is unique in the field that they are truly a company of artists, bringing diverse artistic backgrounds to bear on every project they take on.

Metallo Arts’ driving philosophy has been to take a functional necessity—range hoods—and create works of art that complement homeowners’ kitchens like never before. Clients who are provided a voice in the design process receive a finished piece that represents their individuality and style. As a highly specialized company, Metallo Arts approaches each project as a work of art using only the best materials and never compromising quality or service.

Paul Anater’s daily design blog, Kitchen and Residential Design, is seen by more than 2,000 people each week. Every day, Paul addresses an aspect of design

with an emphasis on kitchens. Readers turn to his blog for advice on everything from appliances to counter materials, from cabinetry to lighting, from wall colors to flooring. Through his blog, he seeks to dispel the myths and misinformation that surround the design process and to share a few laughs about life along the way.

As you prepare your spring home stories, please consider an interview with either Christopher Plummer, the artistic driving force behind Metallo Arts; or Paul Anater, the kitchen designer whose blog has people talking.

Best regards,

Paul Anater

Kitchen and Residential Design




Laurie Burke, connected to the design and construction industry since 1996. A seasoned residential kitchen and bath design specialist , Laurie has designed thousands of kitchens & baths as well as other cabinetry projects requiring technical precision in design drafting utilizing state of the art 2020 software for creating accurate plans and elevations. Through on- going product knowledge training and a desire to always stay current with an evolving marketplace, Laurie Burke maintains a strong command of knowing the appropriate Fit & Finish materials required for a residential remodel to meet the budget, the timeline of a project and a client's need for a finished product that meets their satisfaction. Kitchen Designer by trade, foodie, techie, weekend traveler for fun. For more information contact me at

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