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From prepping your veggies to finally cooking your favorite chicken fajitas for dinner, you will spend a lot of time in your kitchen. If you love cooking, it’s time to alter your kitchen’s serenity and unruffle.
You need more than just having smart appliances that make life easy to upgrade completely.
Upgrading the kitchen can also involve swapping out your lighting, painting new colors, and adding new cabinets. If money is the problem, don’t worry because these upgrades are pocket friendly. It’s time to rethink and consider upgrading.
Marble Kitchen Island
Kitchen islands are pretty much the talk, and everyone is renovating their kitchen to have more space for a kitchen island. Installing an island in your kitchen has many benefits. It can act as an informal dining area where you can sip on some wine with your friends and it provides additional storage space for kitchen items.
There’s a variety of material to choose from for your island, but if you are looking for a luxurious, classy look, consider a marble countertop. Two of the best marble slabs are Carrara from Italy and Crema Marfil from Spain.
Open Kitchen Layout
Open kitchens are standard in condominiums as they don’t use a lot of space in a house. But this doesn’t mean you can’t have an open kitchen in your residential home. Consider upgrading to an open plan kitchen to exit the old traditional setting where each room has a barrier.
An open kitchen is not only easy to access, but it can make your house look larger than it is. Another plus point is you can keep an eye on your toddler when preparing dinner. What are you waiting for? Contact a kitchen designer and have them redo your kitchen.
Everyone is looking for more comfort and efficiency to make meals, which calls for a smart kitchen.
Technology keeps on getting smarter, and as a result, working in the kitchen has advanced. An intelligent kitchen involves installing smart gadgets and sensors and buying energy-efficient appliances.
Some appliances to buy include a smart WI-FI air fryer to pair with Alexa for easy control and a smart coffee maker such as Nespresso for a Starbucks coffee. You can also have a smart kitchen thermometer to sense your cooking. Additionally, consider a robot vacuum that moves around cleaning after you, as you prepare different meals.
Electric cookers are here to stay, so it’s time to get rid of your gas cooker. Having an electric cooker in your kitchen has a lot of benefits. First, they are much safer than gas ovens, which have a danger of leaking and can easily cause a fire. If you love making cakes but often end up burning them, an electric oven can save your baking. They have an even steady distribution of heat, which bakes cakes with the right heat.
Additionally, you can cook multiple foods at different temperatures at the same time. They also have a flat hob, which makes it easy to clean. One disadvantage of having one is that they have high running costs which result in increased bills. But you can learn simple energy-saving tips to avoid painful bills.
Upgrading your kitchen with these simple ways will not only save you time, but it can make your kitchen look more attractive.