Published at Tuesday, October 31st 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Kitchen.
Downsize your Appliances: By scaling down your stove, fridge, and even microwave, you can free up valuable counter and cabinet space. Consider buying a combination cooktop and oven; wall ovens can take up needed counter space. Many newer refrigerator models are available in a slimmer counter-deep style. In a galley kitchen, saving space, even in small ways, leads to a better workflow.
Door Styles. Doors are one of the main features that contribute to the overall style of kitchen cabinets. Popular doors include the Shaker style, which features a flat center panel with a frame surrounding it on all four sides. Shaker doors are simple in nature with clean lines. Flat-panel doors have absolutely no detailing on their fronts, making them ideal for people seeking to add a minimalist flair to a home. Inset doors tend to be one of the most expensive options. This style actually sits inside the frame instead of resting on the outside. Exposed hinges are a hallmark of this type of cupboard. Louvered doors add a distinct beauty to any home, but they usually have a higher price tag.
Perhaps the most important of the new kitchen developments is an interest in renewable energy and resources and an increased focus on sustainability. This means that future kitchens will be focused on being energy efficient and to allow eco-friendly activities such as easy recycling and waste management. Apart from sustainability, space is another issue. As cities become more crowded, space becomes much more expensive. There is a demand for smaller kitchens that are more practical for a single household meaning that a focus on functionality and user-friendliness will be a must.
For homeowners, planning to build or remodel their kitchen area involves several great ways. Traditionally, we make our layouts out of our imagination and sketch them on paper so that other people can get an idea of what we want. It becomes frustrating when we try to express what we want but we cannot fully describe it. With the latest technology, anyone can now find a lot of different tools to help them get ideas and inspirations for kitchen layouts. Instead of using pencil and paper, you can now create your layout using your desktop and browser-based software.
In fact, this need for user-friendliness in appliances is what drives today's movement for smart, interconnected appliances. Fridges that order food for you, cooking appliances that can be controlled over the Internet, and integrated dinner tables that count calories and plan menus are just some of the things to come. Most importantly, new appliances will be more silent, made from recycled materials, and be more energy-efficient than ever before. The focus of future kitchen design will be creating the connected home, a house where the kitchen is connected to everything in the home and to the people through their smart phones and other network devices. This is already happening and many modern kitchens are already fully functional on the Internet.
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