By Jeanne Loup. Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 03:18:16 AM.
Some homeowners choose to keep their stovetop separate from their oven. Like anything else, one of the first choices you’ll have to make is between gas vs. electric. Gas stoves tend to give home chefs more control over the temperature, so food can cook more precisely. While electric stoves can be cheaper to install and easy to maintain. Be aware that if you’re setting up your stovetop separate from your oven, you’ll need to have the proper gas or electric supply.
Add an area rug – An area rug will define your eating area visually and it will also absorb sound. Kitchens are full of hard-surfaces, which bounce and amplify sound. An area rug will soften sound and make your kitchen and dining area a comfortable and inviting place to spend time.
More homeowners are asking for appliance garages to keep items like their coffee maker or toaster in reach but out of sight. Drawers with vertical slots for silverware organization are becoming more popular as well. It seems like the possibilities for 2018 are endless!
Refrigerator and freezers arguably take up the most space in your kitchen. Thankfully, for those with a smaller kitchen, there are many compact models you can now choose from. There are popular models between 24” and 30” wide that allow you to save space while still storing food. If your goal is to save space, avoid side by side refrigerator and freezer combinations.
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