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Trending Luxury Kitchen Ideas - J.P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.

While often treated as an afterthought in the past, kitchens are emerging as one of the principal rooms of the well-appointed home of 2021. Our real estate agents are excited to show you some of the most exciting new trends in Wichita homes for sale. Here are just a few things you're going to see: 

  • Generous Storage Space 
    With clutter being the enemy of comfort, ample storage is important to house all of the latest gadgets and small appliances. Modern cooks have come to appreciate their air fryers, mixers, food processors, and more. But they don't want them filling up their counter space. Further, they want supplies readily available. Pantries, larders, and extensive cabinetry allow for a well-stocked kitchen without sacrificing work surfaces.

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Unique Museums Around Wichita - J.P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.

Looking for a way to learn, have fun, and experience local culture all at the same time? Museums can make for perfect dates or just simply provide an opportunity to unplug and immerse yourself in a new experience. Visiting a museum can make you feel educated and more inspired.  Museums also serve an important social pillar and activity center in every community.

Our real estate agents love spending the day at a local museum, and we love that Wichita has so many good ones. If you're looking to plan a trip to the museum, consider these options.

  • Museum of World Treasures - 835 E. 1st St. N, Wichita, KS 67202
    The Museum of World Treasures is often considered to be one of the best natural history museums in the country. Here, you can see dinosaur specimens, American president signatures, and even a section of the Berlin Wall. The museum is three floors and also features a number of rotating exhibits. It's open Tuesday through Sunday until 5 pm.

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Landscaping Trends for 2021 - J.P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.

As Americans are spending more time at home, they're focusing on the outside of their houses as well as indoors. Traditional landscaping is stepping aside for more creative ideas ranging from bold geometric displays to quiet, personal spaces. Wichita homes for sale offer plenty of opportunities to create your own fabulous exterior. Here a just a few options to consider.

  • Choose Local
    There are several reasons homeowners are electing to embrace local fauna rather than imported plants. Native plants are far more likely to thrive in our Kansas climate than non-native species. You'll find that they require less fertilizer and pesticides as well. Plants previously thought to be safe in some areas are proving to be invasive over time. Sensible gardeners are coming to recognize the positive impact pollinating insects and local birds can have. While ordering almost anything has become a fact of life for most of us, we need to exercise caution when ordering plants, consulting with local experts first. Buying from local garden centers (many of whom also deliver) can help avoid such issues.

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Pizza Shops Around Wichita - J.P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.

Any day is a good day for pizza, and we're fortunate to have such a wide variety of pizza shops around the Wichita area. Who doesn't love a cheesy slice piled high with toppings? Our real estate agents certainly do and suggest visiting the following restaurants to order the perfect pizza around Wichita:

  • Picasso's Pizzeria – 621 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS 67213 
    Craving delicious New York-style pizza? You know, the kind with a thin yet crispy crust that you can fold in half to eat? Picasso's Pizzeria was founded by Kurt Schmidt because he couldn't find a restaurant that served New York-style pizza that met his standards. Buy pizza by the slice if you're on your own or a "ginormous" 26-inch size if you're with a group. Try tasty options like The Kansas, which comes topped with sunflower seeds, spinach, bleu cheese, and red onion, or customize your own slice or pie.

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