Kitchen Published by Heriberto chucho, Sunday, March 05th 2017, 05:02:17 AM.
Built-In Accessories A number of accessories can be integrated into cabinetry to customize it. Designs tend to change based on technical trends. For instance, homeowners today often design built-in charging stations that will keep electronics off of the counter. Appliances such as heavy mixers or coffee pots can be placed on lift-up shelving that is hidden behind doors. Other popular trends include pullout trash cans, doors that open with a touch, and integrated LED lighting.
Our homes are a place of comfort, creation and family and should reflect our personalities - much like the clothes we wear. Of course, they also need to be functional; this can prove most challenging when it comes to the kitchen, which is often the epicentre of the house.
Framed vs. Frameless Standard cabinets are usually framed, meaning that the door and drawers are attached to a front frame. However, European, or frameless cabinetry, has been rising in popularity in recent years. In this option, the door and drawers are fastened directly to the box. The lack of a front face can lead to reduced strength of the structure, so experts recommend avoiding cheap materials such as particle board and instead using more substantial wood.
Easy to Clean One of the common complaints about stainless steel is it is so difficult to clean. You won’t have that problem with copper kitchen range hoods. They are simple to clean and they are anti-microbial so even if you don’t clean them often, you don’t have to worry about it being a breeding ground for harmful germs.
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