By Eric Richard. Kitchen. Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 02:21:10 AM.
An island can be home to an induction cooktop, though, as they run off of electricity. If you choose this route, you can have an in-cabinet oven, which looks great! You also won’t need an exhaust line over the kitchen island. So, you’ll be able to have clear sightlines while you’re cooking. Sounds like a win-win to us.
From earthy tones to aged wood details, French country kitchens are full of charm. See these welcoming kitchens with a French country aesthetic and consider experimenting with this rustic decorating style in your next project.
Experts recommend that the fridge, sink, and stove form a triangle. Using this layout will make your life easier, as you won’t be tripping over yourself to use your kitchen. Consider putting your fridge at the edge of your kitchen, too. That way, people who need a quick snack or drink won’t have to go past the oven while you’re trying to cook.
Kitchen sinks are big and getting bigger for good reason! The abundance of sink accessories allow quick and efficient meal preparation, an important component in a kitchen centered around wellness. Two faucets installed at a large sink, 45”+, means more than one person can use the sink at once and surrounding countertops can remain cleaner – an ideal situation for smaller kitchens. This trend deserves to have staying power. Stainless steel sinks are most prevalent, but the faucet finish to coordinate with the sink is up for grabs.
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